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Local employers commit to County Commission on Women and Girls’ first pay equity commitment

Over 40 local employers were at the Hamilton County Commission on Women and Girls’ first-ever Pay Equity Commitment singing day.

Madam President Stephanie Summerow Dumas

Image by David Mark from Pixabay  By Bobby Hilton A historical number of women won political victories across the nation in November 2018. …

Blue Wave Dents Hamilton County Leadership

Hamilton County Board of Elections staff begins counting votes Tuesday, November 3, 2020 after the polls closed. Photo by Andria…

County Commissioners comment on Governor’s order on mask wearing

Gov. Mike DeWine and First Lady Fran DeWine wearing face masks on June 23. Photo provided by the Office of…

Brown introduces legislation for national network of African American cemeteries

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown was joined by local officials at Union Baptist Cemetery Tuesday, as he introduced his non-partisan bill…

Court rejects city’s attempt to split sewer district

By Bridget Doherty Herald Contributor The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the city of Cincinnati’s attempt to unilaterally…

County, City MSD partnership is a win for ratepayers

By Commissioner Todd Portune, Commissioner Denise Driehaus, Mayor John Cranley, and Vice Mayor David Mann Over the course of the…