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Who’s running for Cincinnati City Council

Contributed At this point, Cincinnati voters will select new council members in November from a field of 43 candidates who…

Dems endorse for Nov. 2 election

On Tuesday, June 1, the Hamilton County Democratic Party made the following endorsements for City Council and Cincinnati Public Schools…

Vote to suspend Wendell Young from Council fails

Wendell Young will remain on Cincinnati City Council after a vote to suspend him failed at the May 26 City…

Understanding the Affordable Housing Trust Fund

By Joshua Botkin Cincinnati City Council committed to $35.5 million investment in affordable housing, only a couple months after they…

Councilman Landsman submits legislation to improve eviction prevention process

Kathryn Luebkeman Herald Contributor Cincinnati City Councilman Greg Landsman has submitted two motions to City Council for referral. Together, they…

Councilmembers condemn the violence at U.S. Capitol

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Councilmembers Jan Michele-Lemon Kearney and Wendell Young called a special session of City Council…

Children’s Hunger Alliance partners with CPS for remote learning meals

Paula Nyika-Makore, Children’s Hunger Alliance board member, and Judy Mobley, CHA president and CEO, distributing meals at Westwood Elementary. Photo…

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…