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Op-Ed: Our region’s transformative projects need to include small and minority businesses

It’s a uniquely exciting time for minority and small businesses in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Cincinnati’s leaders urgently need…

The Executive Business Accelerator is up and running

We are excited to welcome and introduce you to the Executive Business Accelerator (EBA) 2022 business participants.

20,000 attendees expected for 2024 AME Church conference in Cincinnati

The African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church – the largest Black Methodist denomination in America – has selected Cincinnati USA for…

New COVID-19 testing sites opening in Cincinnati

The first of the City of Cincinnati’s new COVID-19 testing sites opened Monday.

2021 Black Business Hall of Fame inductees announced

The Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky African American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) has announced its 2021 Black Business Hall of…

Herald Beauty Summit Success

Herald Beauty celebrated its very first event last month with the help of Palmer’s, lead Beauty sponsor. he event was…

Minority business leaders complete “MBA” program

The Greater Cincinnati Executive Business Accelerator (E.B.A.) is a business-focused program offered by The Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky African…

DeWine Visits African-American Chamber of Commerce touting Ohio’s Vaccination rate

WCPO Online News CINCINNATI — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine visited Cincinnati Friday to give an update on COVID-19 vaccination numbers.…

Black Businesses Hurt by the COVID-19 Pandemic Finds Ways to Survive

by Nailah Edwards and Lucy May Davis Cookie Collection opened its Bond Hill dessert shop in October 2020. (Photo Credit:…

The Cincinnati Herald Podcast Episode 5

This is  fifth episode of The Cincinnati Herald Podcast. We discuss news that you can’t get anywhere else. On today’s…