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The Cincinnati Herald one of eight Black news organizations named to second BloomLab cohort

Local Media Foundation has named The Cincinnati Herald as one of the eight Black-owned local news organizations to participate in…

Trust, Collaboration Keep OBMC Black Media Outlets Relevant

Black owned media outlets have long been vibrant threads in their communities—countering mainstream racism, educating on social injustices and advocating…

Kroger attends White House conference on hunger, nutrition, health

On September 28, the White House hosted the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health. Kroger was the only…

BLACK IS EXCELLENCE HONORS UNSUNG LOCAL HOMETOWN HEROES

In recognition of Juneteenth, the City of Cincinnati’s Office of Human Relations is collaborating with resident and community advocate Kai…

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful leads Avondale clean up

Volunteers from Avondale, Cincinnati, community civic organizations and churches plan to service Avondale through an Early Spring Cleanup Day with…

Herald Beauty Summit Success

Herald Beauty celebrated its very first event last month with the help of Palmer’s, lead Beauty sponsor. he event was…

The Future Is Now!

Through involvement in the Google Ad Transformation Lab, we improved the page views and advertising revenue of the Cincinnati Herald’s…

The Cincinnati Herald Podcast Episode 23

This is the 23rd episode of The Cincinnati Herald Podcast. We discuss news that you can’t get anywhere else. On…

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…