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Who Dey! Bengals Flag Flies at Cincinnati City Hall

This morning, City officials raised a Cincinnati Bengals flag up the flagpole at City Hall.

City Council passes emergency ordinance to allow elective abortions in City Health Plan

Cincinnati City Council has unanimously voted to repeal a 2001 ordinance restricting the City’s ability to cover elective abortions in…

Mayor-Elect Pureval and Cincinnati City Council Announce Committee Chairs and Streamlined Committee Structure

Mayor-elect Aftab Pureval and the incoming members of Cincinnati City Council announced five committees for the 2022 term.

Election results for Cincinnati City Council

Ballots have been counted and the results of a packed Cincinnati city council race have been determined.

Dems endorse for Nov. 2 election

On Tuesday, June 1, the Hamilton County Democratic Party made the following endorsements for City Council and Cincinnati Public Schools…

Councilmember Wendell Young is victorious

The commission appointed by the Ohio Supreme Court determined that Councilmember Wendell Young may remain on City Council to serve…

Issue 3 rejected by Cincinnati voters

Down 3-to-1 with 89% precincts reporting By: Lucy May CINCINNATI — It seems the city of Cincinnati will not have to…

City to make multi-million dollar investment in affordable housing

By Kelly Carr Herald Contributor The Cincinnati City Council unanimously passed landmark legislation authorizing the City Administration to establish an…

Simmering racial unrest exploded after Thomas shooting in Over-the-Rhine

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Twenty years ago, the simmering concerns about the shooting of unarmed Black men by…

Martin Luther King Jr. rally being held in Cincinnati

Front of Cincinnati City Hall. Photo by John Alexander Reese By Faith Gingrich-Goetz Political Co-Chair Human Relations Commission Cincinnati faithgingrichgoetz@gmail.com,…