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DeWine outlines reopening plan for May

Photo by WCPO 9 The first step to reopening Ohio during the COVID-19 pandemic will involve reopening non-emergency medical facilities.…

The impact COVID-19 could have on Cincinnati Public Schools

By Paige B. Greenwood Neuroscience Doctoral Candidate  Reading and Literacy Discovery Center Albert C. Yates Fellow  University of Cincinnati  As…

Alzheimer’s Association continues to serve families during crisis

By E. Selean Holmes Multicultural Outreach Manager Alzheimer’s Association Community mobilization along with diversity and inclusion are hallmarks of the…

Young voices leading change amid the coronavirus outbreak

By Bridget Doherty Hamilton County Commission Hamilton County Commissioner Victoria Parks is announcing a young adult and youth-led initiative to…

Percy W. Marshall Sr. services set for May 1

Herald Staff Percy W. Marshall, a well-known, former church member of Revelation Baptist Church, Greater New Life Baptist Church and…

Local UDF closes after employee tests positive for coronavirus

CINCINNATI — United Dairy Farmers announced Saturday that the Norwood location at 4344 Smith Road is closed temporarily after an…

Individual Stimulus Checks Begin to Arrive, What Should You Expect?

The IRS does plan to set up a portal on its website where filers can enter direct deposit information if…

COVID-19 deaths: 82 percent in St. Louis are African American

In a major and exclusive interview scheduled to air on Monday, April 13, Wright will discuss the grim breaking news…

Mercy Health establishes local flu clinics

By Nanette Bentley Mercy Health Mercy Health has established designated flu clinics to evaluate and treat members of the community…

New Ways of Life as COVID-19 Has Changed Everything

Bishop T. D. Jakes stands before about 30 people in his Potter’s House sanctuary that seats 8,200 in Dallas. Photo…