Cincinnati Mayor

Cincinnati mayor Mark Mallory delivered his final state of the city speech last night. The mayor dropped in one idea for the future: building a new bridge over the Ohio river from the city’s west side. Mallory summed up accomplishments of downtown revitalization, lower crime rates, and last year’s World Choir Games. Recent Stories: Local […]

The battle of words is underway between Cincinnati’s mayoral candidates. Vice mayor Roxanne Qualls and former city councilman John Cranley sparred yesterday in their first debate. The candidates oppose each other on the streetcar and parking lease, but agreed not to raise the city’s two percent earnings tax. Recent Stories: Triple Shooting at North Fairmount […]

A Cincinnati mayoral candidate is hosting an unusual, and highly illegal, campaign event. Jim Berns says he’ll pass out dozens of marijuana plants today, during a rally at the corner of Martin Luther King Drive and Clifton Avenue. The Libertarian candidate says the stunt will highlight the issue of Marijuana legalization. Click here to read […]

Cincinnati Vice Mayor, Roxanne Qualls, is getting ready for a mayoral campaign. Qualls is scheduled to kick off her run today at a Walnut Hills business, ending speculation about new interest in the office. Qualls joins former city councilman John Cranley in the race to replace term-limited Mark Mallory. Hamilton County commissioner Greg Hartmann is […]