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Black-owned law firm aims to serve community

Bey & Associates Legal Team. Photo Provided By Camille Williams  The Cincinnati Herald  Bey & Associates, a nationwide, Black-owned personal injury firm whose office opened…

Just Cookin’ finds new home in Bond Hill

By Camille Williams   Displaced West End soul food restaurant owner Monica Williams will reestablish her restaurant in Bond Hill, near the corner of Paddock Road…

Local actor Lance Alexander lands Netflix show

Lance Alexander presents $5,000 check for Innovation Hub with Union Principal Kyle Lichey and his fifth grade teacher, Tony Jones.…

Bringing Black-owned insurance to Cincinnati

By Camille Williams The Cincinnati Herald Christopher Owens is helping a Black-owned, Cleveland-based insurance firm find its home in Cincinnati.…

Survey exposes disparities in community health

By Camille Williams The Cincinnati Herald About 4 in 10 African Americans would say their heath is excellent or very…

Q&A with Aldis Hodge, star of Brian Banks

Actor Aldis Hodge, at left, and the real life Brian Banks on the set of Tom Shadyac’s Brian Banks. Photo…

Terror in Dayton: Chelsea’s story

By Camille Williams The Cincinnati Herald On the evening of August 3, Chelsea Welch, 24, had just returned from dinner…