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Community leaders open phase of Ohio River Trail West

City officials and community members were present for the opening of a section of Ohio River Trail West. From left,…

Mayor announces citywide curfew tonight and Monday

Mayor John Cranley held a press conference on Sunday, May 31, 2020 to discuss the weekend’s protests over the Minneapolis…

It’s here! Stay home!

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, a podium, City Manager Patrick Duhaney and Cincinnati Health Commissioner Melba Moore provide one of their…

Sittenfeld proposal would offer alternatives to steep security deposits

By Christopher Dalton  Herald Contributor  Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld introduced renter’s choice legislation that would make Cincinnati the first city in the nation to…

Cincinnati to construct nation’s largest city-led solar project

By Holly Stutz Smith  Herald Contributor  The City of Cincinnati will construct the largest municipal solar array in the country…

Search for man buried in collapse at construction site

By Herald Staff  Update: The man was found dead on Tuesday night.   On Tuesday, emergency services personnel were still…

Brown introduces legislation for national network of African American cemeteries

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown was joined by local officials at Union Baptist Cemetery Tuesday, as he introduced his non-partisan bill…

UC Health announces $221M investment in Clifton campus

A rendering shows the planned transformation of UC Health’s Clifton campus over the next five years. Provided by UC Health…

Avondale Town Center is new again

The new commercial area at the Avondale Town Center. Herald photo By Dan Yount  The Cincinnati Herald  City leaders join…

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…