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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…

City and County honor local Olympic star Duke Ragan

Community members came together on Fountain Square on August 10 for a socially distanced celebration of Duke Ragan and his…

2 teens fatally shot in Smale Park

The two young men killed in a July 4 shooting at Smale Park likely attacked each other, police Chief Eliot…

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…

Councilmember Wendell Young is victorious

The commission appointed by the Ohio Supreme Court determined that Councilmember Wendell Young may remain on City Council to serve…

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…

Group asks City to invest some ARP funds in human services, housing

Contributed The Human Services Chamber has asked City Council to invest $75 Million of the $291 million it receives in…

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…

Mrs. Marjorie Parham passes away at age 103

Marjorie Parham and her family at her 100th birthday party on Feb.12, 2018. Photo provided By Herald Staff Mrs. Marjorie…

Mayor proposes stimulus funds for King Records historic site

Present for the announcement about proposed funding for revival of the King Records historic site in Evanston were, in front…