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City officials plan to name street after former Herald Publisher

Herald Staff  Two members of the Cincinnati City Council members are working on plans to pay tribute to a pioneering African American woman.  Councilmember P.G.…

Judge tells ‘Gang of Five’ they lost the public trust

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald A Hamilton County judge told five members of the Cincinnati City Council in an…

Cincinnati Black leaders make call to fight for end of institutional racism

The Black Agenda Cincinnati and other Black leaders held a community meeting on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the House of…

Jesse Jackson calls for Kroger boycott, supports Black, West End residents

Civil Rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson met with community members and local media Tuesday in the parking lot of the…

Mann, Dennard to lead council probe into city manager’s alleged misconduct

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Two Cincinnati City Council members – Tamaya Dennard and David Mann – will lead…

Councilman Young filing bribery charge against mayor

By Herald Staff City Councilmember Wendell Young said Tuesday he is accusing Mayor John Cranley of bribery after receiving a…

Mayor, city manager dispute in Council’s hands

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald A majority on the Cincinnati City Council appeared ready on Wednesday afternoon to reject…

African American leaders back embattled City Manager Black

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Mayor John Cranley wants him to resign. City Manager Harry Black says he is…

‘Council Majority’ calls counsel in settling mayor/city manager rift

Herald Staff In a letter to Mayor John Cranley, City Manager Harry Black, the media and the public, a group…

Simpson chairs final Human Services, Youth & Arts Committee

Council Member Yvette Simpson chairs her last Human Services, Youth & Arts Committee held at the Seven Hills Neighborhood House…