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The effect of the coronavirus on Black worship

By Tai Sims The Cincinnati Herald The 1st Amendment of The United States’ Constitution reads, “Congress shall make no law…

‘Do not believe it can’t hit you’

These COVID-19 survivors struggle in recovery By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Stephanie Dunlap and Monica Badgett were feeling great…

Coronavirus robbed me, my family and others of our graduation moments

The Bronson Family of Cincinnati has longtime associations with Hampton University. First row, from left, are Whitney Bronson, Barbara Dobbins…

Family, friends hold ‘parade’ to welcome home ‘Bud’ Johnson

William “Bud” Johnson enjoys the parade to welcome him home. Photo provided By Bernadette Watson Herald Contributor FOREST PARK —…

UC public health expert: African American health disparities to remain post COVID

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Edward Wallace, PhD, on faculty at the University of Cincinnati and a public health…

Gyms, public pools, and childcare facilities reopening dates are announced

Mike DeWine. Photo by Tony Dejak/AP Ohio child care facilities will be permitted to reopen starting May 31, Gov. Mike…

Cincinnati Medical Association: TEST for COVID-19 to restore our economy

By Clyde Henderson, MD The impact to the US economy from COVID-19 can be summarized by the loss of 30+…

Major League Baseball to start Fourth of July weekend

Photo by WCPO SKY9 NEW YORK — Major League Baseball owners have come up with a plan for a roughly…

DeWine announces reopening dates for bars, restaurants and salons

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Testing is up, but not at the levels state health officials would like. Over 1,000 Ohioans have…

Councilmember Kearney announces #CincyBuyBlackThursdays

By Anthony B. Johnson Policy Director Office of Councilwoman  Jan-Michele Kearney Councilmember Jan-Michele Kearney announced #CincyBuyBlackThursdays, a public campaign calling…