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City Council votes ‘no’ on vaccine passport ban

By: Mariel Carbone CINCINNATI — City Council on Tuesday voted down a proposed ban on “vaccine passports,” leaving the door open…

Vote to suspend Wendell Young from Council fails

Wendell Young will remain on Cincinnati City Council after a vote to suspend him failed at the May 26 City…

Legislation proposed to ban (plastic) bags in Cincinnati

Citizens rallied March 4 on the steps of Cincinnati City Hall calling for a ban on single-use plastic shopping bags…

Free legal expungement clinic offered December 5

By Kamara Douglas Herald Contributor Cincinnati City Councilmember Chris Seelbach along with DJ J.Dough will host an expungement clinic in…

Natural Hair Discrimination to be added to Cincinnati’s Non-Discrimination Protections

Cincinnati is on track to be the first city in the country to end a form of discrimination that has existed…

Judge tells ‘Gang of Five’ they lost the public trust

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald A Hamilton County judge told five members of the Cincinnati City Council in an…

City honors Merelyn Bates-Mims during Women’s History Month

As a community activist, Merelyn Bates-Mims, center in red cap, last week joined Civil Rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson at…

Mann, Dennard to lead council probe into city manager’s alleged misconduct

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Two Cincinnati City Council members – Tamaya Dennard and David Mann – will lead…

Mayor, city manager dispute in Council’s hands

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald A majority on the Cincinnati City Council appeared ready on Wednesday afternoon to reject…

‘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…