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‘Council Majority’ calls counsel in settling mayor/city manager rift

Herald Staff In a letter to Mayor John Cranley, City Manager Harry Black, the media and the public, a group…

Rev. Sharpton returns to Cincinnati for National Action Network chapter event

By Sean Rugless Herald Contributor On March 22, the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of National Action Network (GCCNAN) will host a…

CPS dedicates Donald and Marian Spencer Center

Cincinnati Public Schools hosted a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Spencer Center for Gifted and Exceptional Students at…

The 2018 Nefertiti Awards Nomination Form

Click this link to download the nomination form the Nefertiti Awards

Omarosa Returns to Reality TV, But Can She Regain Her Standing in the Black Community?

By Hazel Trice Edney (TriceEdneyWire.com) – As Omarosa Manigault Newman abruptly departed the Trump White House in early December, she…

The BRIGHT Awards 2018 Nomination Form

Click to Download The BRIGHT Awards 2018 Nomination form

The Daddy-Daughter Dinner Dance sold out at 1,200

The Cincinnati Herald’s annual Daddy-Daughter Dinner Dance, held Saturday, January 27, at Duke Energy Convention Center was sold out with…

Frigid King Day march draws more than 2,000

More than 2,000 people braved the bitter cold weather to participate in the Martin Luther King Jr. Coalition commemorative march…

Contractors secure $93 million for multibuilding school program

Skanska, with its joint venture partner Megen Construction, has signed a contract for $93 million with the Winton Woods City…

NAACP condemns racist remarks by TV anchor

BALTIMORE, MD – The NAACP issued the following statement regarding KRON-TV anchor Henry Wofford’s use of racist stereotypes to insult…