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The Cincinnati Herald’s publisher emerita, Marjorie Parham, was a ‘fighter for justice’

Marjorie Parham with photographer Gordon Parks. Photo provided By Herald Staff Mrs. Marjorie Parham, publisher emerita of The Cincinnati Herald…

Rapper DMX passes away at age 50

FILE – In this Sept. 23, 2009, file photo, DMX arrives at the 2009 VH1 Hip Hop Honors at the…

Herbert R. Brown was influential Cincinnati business and community leader

Held top positions at Western & Southern Contributed by Western & Southern Herbert R. Brown, an influential Cincinnati businessman, longtime…

IN MEMORIAM: Boxing Great ‘Marvelous’ Marvin Hagler Dies at 66

A member of the boxing hall of fame, Hagler had a career record of 63-2 with 52 knockouts – many…

Looking for Black history stories at Union Baptist Cemetery

Union Baptist Cemetery at 4933 Cleves Warsaw Pike, in the Price Hill neighborhood, is a registered historic district in Cincinnati,…

William Benjamin Brown Sr. held management positions at Procter & Gamble Co., his church and community

Contributed by the Family William Benjamin Brown Sr., who held management positions at Procter & Gamble Co., the Presbyterian Church…

IN MEMORIAM: Civil Rights Icon Vernon Jordan Dies at 85

Vernon Jordan, the former National Urban League president and civil rights leader. Photo provided By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire…

Rev. Mark Bomar Sr. led Cincinnati Baptist Ministers Association

Provided by Preston Charles Funeral Home The Rev. Mark Vincent Bomar Sr., who served as president of the Baptist Ministers…

IN MEMORIAM: Baseball Icon Henry ‘Hank’ Aaron Dies at 86

Baseball legend Hank Aaron joined us as the Tom Johnson Lecture Series speaker at the LBJ Presidential Library on January…

Former CPS teacher and entrepreneur, Louise Williams dies at 103

Contributed Photos provided by the family Louise (Lanier) Williams was born to Frances and Pope Lanier, on February 4, 1917…