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Facing terminal cancer, Col. Rodney Jackson wants to be remembered as ‘an officer with a heart’

By Asia Harris The Cincinnati Herald Colonel Rodney Jackson spent several decades of his life serving as a police officer…

The Melanin Mixer

On Friday, September 22, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., come network and mingle with professionals of color at Blush Event Loft,…

A Night of Jazz with Gregory Porter (7 p.m. Sunday, November 19)

Called “the next great male jazz singer” by NPR, Grammy Award-winning jazz singer, songwriter and actor, Gregory Porter, performs with…

Charles Bradley concert cancelled

Charles Bradley has cancelled all his upcoming tour dates, including his performance at Memorial Hall Charles Bradley as part of…

Learning Through Art announces Cincy Reads! Weekend

Kathy Wade, CEO and co-founder of LTA, helps announce Cincy Reads! Weekend events. Photo provided It’s the ice bucket challenge…

Mercy Health – Cincinnati Sponsors Ninth Annual Black & White Cancer Survivors’ Gala

(CINCINNATI; September 15, 2017) – Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality care with compassion in your neighborhood through its care…

Happy 100th birthday, Charlotte Dula

Charlotte Dula. Photo provided Charlotte Dula, who was born September 14, 1917, observes her 100th birthday Thursday, September 14. She…

Jeffrey E. Jordan Sr. was director/manager of Cincinnati recreation centers, active in church

Jeffrey Jordan Sr., who worked with youth as director/manager of a number of local recreation centers and was active in…

The HealthCare Connection: Celebrating 50 years of providing quality health care to the underserved

Family Medicine Physician Dr. Jessica Enriquez provides a newborn check-up at the Center’s second location in the Community Facilities Building…

West Nile Virus detected in Cincinnati

The Cincinnati Health Department (CHD) is announcing that two batches of mosquitoes from the two different neighborhoods have tested positive for…