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Federal Housing Assistance Falls Short of Meeting COVID-19 Needs

By Charlene Crowell (TriceEdneyWire.com) – As the nation’s double dose of health and economic crises continue, many consumers believe that federal…

CPS board waits before returning to classrooms

By Dan Yount At the September 14 Cincinnati Public Schools Board of Education meeting, board members made the decision to…

Rep. Ingram, House Dems announce $310 million in COVID-19 relief

By Amber Epling Ohio Statehouse COLUMBUS – State Rep. Catherine Ingram (D-Cincinnati) announced the state Controlling Board approved another round…

Collective Empowerment Group Relaunch Fund activated

From Left to Right: Publisher Walter White of Cincinnati Herald and Sesh Communications, Congresswoman Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney of Sesh Communications,…

Despite pandemic, UC returns with most students ever

John Bach UC Director Media Relations Though in the midst of one of the most challenging periods in the history…

UC & UC Health administer first dose in COVID vaccine trial

Jarelle Marshall, of Cincinnati, receives the first dose in Cincinnati in a groundbreaking clinical trial that will evaluate the effectiveness…

Cincinnati’s Festival of Faiths to go virtual

Contributed by Festival of Faiths  The third annual Festival of Faiths, the signature program of the interfaith group EquaSion, is going…

Great Parks cancels county levy proposal

By Dan Yount  The Cincinnati Herald Officials with Great Parks of Hamilton County are withdrawing their recent levy proposal for…

Inspirational Baptist food aid project helps feed 800 families per week

Members of Inspirational Baptist Church and other volunteers load cars with boxes of food at the church in Forest Park.…

Groups rally for safe school re-openings

Members of Cincinnati and Ohio Our Revolution, Cincinnati Socialist Alternative, and DSA of Metro Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky and others…