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Landsman pushes to protect workers, Black-owned businesses, most vulnerable

By Umeirra Savan Herald Contributor Recent legislation supported by Cincinnati City Councilman Greg Landsman passed City Council and will protect…

Dennard resigns from Cincinnati City Council

In January 2018, newly elected Council member Tamaya Dennard takes the oath of office holding a red folding chair, signifying her…

African American Chamber celebrates new headquarters

Mayor John Cranley cut the ribbon on Sept. 18 at the African American Chamber of Commerce’s new headquarters, down the…

Judge tells ‘Gang of Five’ they lost the public trust

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald A Hamilton County judge told five members of the Cincinnati City Council in an…

Cranley announces measures to address racial, implicit bias

Surrounded by city officials and faith leaders, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, with City Manager Patrick Duhaney at his left, and…

Mann, Dennard to lead council probe into city manager’s alleged misconduct

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Two Cincinnati City Council members – Tamaya Dennard and David Mann – will lead…

Mayor, city manager dispute in Council’s hands

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald A majority on the Cincinnati City Council appeared ready on Wednesday afternoon to reject…

‘Council Majority’ calls counsel in settling mayor/city manager rift

Herald Staff In a letter to Mayor John Cranley, City Manager Harry Black, the media and the public, a group…

23 candidates make November Council race

Cincinnati voters will select from 23 candidates for their new City Council in the November election. Three seats will be…