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Renfro Funeral Services Celebrates 100 Years of Service

Renfro Funeral Services is the oldest Black-owned funeral home and business in Cincinnati; the second oldest in The State of…

Cincinnati Children’s celebrates new Critical Care Building

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is celebrating the completion of a new Critical Care Building

Duke Energy Foundation grant will help power Avondale

The Duke Energy Foundation is providing a $25,000 grant to the Avondale Development Corporation to kick-start the creation of the…

The Cincinnati Herald Podcast Episode 22

This is the 22nd episode of The Cincinnati Herald Podcast. We discuss news that you can’t get anywhere else. On…

New grocery store set to open in Avondale in early 2022

The Country Meat Company Marketplace, will open in early 2022 or sooner. It finally means Avondale will no longer be…

Loads of Love empowers women while washing laundry

Erica Page, at left, and Kathy Wade, at right, engage with a Loads of Love program participant in a session…

‘Positive Force’ works to create new energy in inner city

Pastor Ennis Tait meets for lunch with members of the community to present his Positive Force plan for community involvement.…

Kearney starts Avondale Safety Group

Kourtney Porter, Chief of Staff for Cincinnati Councilmember Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney, works with neighborhood children to make decorations for the…

Answers and Solutions Sought as Gun Violence Impacts the City of Cincinnati

Kristen Swilley walking with Jennifer Foster and Andria Y. Carter (WCPO Photo) The Cincinnati Herald and WCPO-Channel 9 News partnered…

Helping Kids Find Another Way

Jared Ward. WCPO photo By Andria Y. Carter and Kristen Swilley CINCINNATI – On a cloudy day in October a…