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The Protests Continue

A woman pours out her heart at a protest event at Hamilton County Courthouse as other protestors take a knee…

Health Gap’s Mahaffey Harris joins state’s Minority Health Strike Force

By JoVonne Walker The Center for Closing  the Health Gap Renee Mahaffey Harris, president and CEO of the Center for…

Schools to stay closed

By Frances Russ Cincinnati Public Schools Governor Mike DeWine announced the closure of school buildings through the end of the…

Brian Lamb to join JP Morgan Chase

Contributed Brian Lamb, Executive Vice President, Head of Retail Banking and Retail Brokerage with Fifth Third Bancorp, will join JP…

Herald TV’s Nailah Edwards lands FOX19 internship

Contributed Nailah Edwards, a junior at the University of Cincinnati, majoring in communications, was offered an internship with FOX19 News.…

Extra income for 2020

By Carol Hector-Harris U.S. Department of Commrce COLUMBUS — The Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of individuals to fill full-time…

Dunn selected for prestigious Stanford Law School program

Mya Dunn, daughter of Jason and Tiffany Dunn, has been chosen to represent her school, St. Ursula Academy, at Stanford…

Street to be named after Marjorie Parham on February 12

Marjorie Parham, the longtime former publisher of The Cincinnati Herald will have a street (Lincoln Avenue) named by the City…

Transit authority to ask for 0.8% county sales tax to help fund bus system

By Brandy Jones  SORTA   The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) Board voted last week to approve ballot language for the placement of a…

The slave who won reparations

Editor’s note: The Cincinnati Herald has received reprint rights from Smithsonian magazine for the following introduction to a fascinating story about a slave woman who lived in Cincinnati and received reparations. Readers…