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U.S. Congressman Greg Landsman takes oath of office in Cincinnati ceremony

Cincinnati’s newest Congressman Greg Landsman was recently sworn into office as U.S. Representative for Ohio Congressional District 1, following his…

Richard A. Weiland was a prominent philanthropist, lobbyist and advisor

Richard A. (Dick) Weiland, who was an advocate for Cincinnati’s Black community and others, a prominent philanthropist, lobbyist and advisor,…

Trustees of New Friendship Baptist Church burn mortgage

“it was kind of like God’s miracle for us to pay off the church mortgage so quickly, and now we…

Local Executive Chef Liz Rogers goes national with her Creamalicious Ice Cream

In 2013, Chef Liz founded Creamalicious Ice Cream. This brand combines Southern cakes and pies, baked from recipes passed down…

African American senior veterans get day of recognition at Cinci event

The African American Senior Veteran's Day program was held Nov. 11 at New Prospect Baptist Church in Roselawn, with a…

Artist Common, who has Cincinnati ties, to make his Cincinnati Pops debut Oct. 25

Common, who wrote his first rap song at the age of 12 in Cincinnati, will make his Cincinnati Pops debut on…

Local election officials engage community to ensure confidence in outcome of our elections

On Tuesday, November 8, more than 3,000 Hamilton County Board of Elections employees, including part-time poll workers who man the…

Congressman Chabot faces City Councilman Landsman for U.S. representative in District 1

Congressman Steve Chabot, a Republican, faces Councilman Greg Landsman, a Democrat and Cincinnati City Council member, for U.S. representative in…

Deputy Richard Jones retires after 32 years with Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office

"Deputy Richard Jones, who has just completed 32 years of service to the Hamilton County Jail Services Division and retired…

New City Manager Sheryl Long sworn in to office

Former Assistant City Manager Sheryl Long officially became Cincinnati 18th City Manager by an unanimous vote of City Council on…