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Neighborhoods group hands city council plan to reduce gun violence

By Max Bruns Herald Contributor  Brian Garry, founder and chair of Neighborhoods United Cincinnati, presents the organization’s plan to reduce…

Thomas addresses surge in gun violence in Ohio

By Cindy Peters Ohio Statehouse State Senator Cecil Thomas (D-Avondale) issued the following statement in response to the recent incidents…

Community leaders speak to men who lost sons at gathering to stop violence

Torrence Jones, with the Community Police Partnering Center, speaks at the event. Photo by Andria Carter By Andria Carter The…

Community leaders to hold stop the violence rallies in Avondale and OTR

Cincinnati Herald Staff Report CINCINNATI – The City of Cincinnati is reeling from the weekend of violence that left four…

‘Moms Demand Action’ to stop gun violence

Local Moms Demand Action members, from left, are Martha Walker, Survivor and Quilt Lead; Michele Mueller, Jill Bowman, Kristine Woodworth…

Gun violence, mass shootings linked to adverse childhood experiences (ACE)

By The Rev. Charles Winburn, M.Ed.  Former Cincinnati City Councilman   Executive Pastor of Renew Community Church  During my 36 years of…

Cranley announces efforts to curb gun violence

Mayor John Cranley, surrounded by local officials involved in the efforts to reduce gun violence in the city, announces the…

Multiple attacks on crime paying off, city safe, says Assistant Chief Neudigate

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald On June 4, Diamond Green, 21, was fatally shot in a shootout between her…