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Hunter fears for safety, health; talks about need for reform

State Sen. Cecil Thomas in front, and members of the Coalition for a Just Community who support former Hamilton County…

Commissioner Todd Portune not seeking re-election in 2020

Daughter Elyse and son Ethan sit with their dad as Commissioner Todd Portune makes announcement, surrounded by supporters (left to…

2018 saw fewest infant deaths ever

By Cradle Cincinnati Ninety-two babies died before their first birthday in Hamilton County in 2018, five fewer than in 2017…

Hamilton County Democratic Party opposes election plan

Officials with the Hamilton County Democratic Party have issued the following statement about the Fair Cincy proposal to change the…

Locals begin work on Charter amendment for March ballot

Fair Cincy PAC committee members working on a Cincinnnati Charter amendment that would change the way Cincinnatians elect council members…

Court rejects city’s attempt to split sewer district

By Bridget Doherty Herald Contributor The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the city of Cincinnati’s attempt to unilaterally…

State, federal attacks force closure of two local Planned Parenthood centers

By Danielle Craig Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio announced on Monday the closure of its…

Hamilton County Judge Fanon Rucker stepping down

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Hamilton County Municipal Judge Fanon Rucker announced last Friday that he is stepping down from…

Cincinnati NAACP says, ‘You Are the Movement’

NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner is Saturday, Sept.28 By Andria Carter Herald Contributor The theme for the Cincinnati National Association for…

Tracie Hunter’s conviction is unlawful

By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Correspondent Former Judge Tracie Hunter, who became Hamilton County Ohio’s first Black juvenile court…