Cincinnati Councilmembers Charlie Winburn and Wendell Young came by the 1230AM WDBZ studios to join the conversation on The Lincoln Ware Show, yesterday, to discuss their agendas and the final council meeting before summer recess. Both councilmembers gave their official takes on the Washington Park improvements, the closing of the West End Health Clinic, and […]
Today, our own Lincoln Ware will be speaking with Cincinnati’s NAACP president Christopher Smitherman regarding his reflections on the life of our friend Donald Spencer, a teacher, real estate broker and activist who, along with his wife Marian, helped tremendously to break down racial barriers in our community. Spencer passed away yesterday and we would […]
In a vote that supporters and opponents alike called historic, though for markedly different reasons, Cincinnati City Council gave a green light Monday to a proposed streetcar system by endorsing plans to spend $2.6 million on preliminary expenses for the project.
Just yesterday as there was news of Councilwoman Laketa Cole taking a job with the Ohio Public Utilities Commission, there is already an online movement for Bernadette Watson to take her place.
Cincinnati officials battled for hours last month over filling the city's $51 million budget hole, possibly laying off workers and cutting some employees Jeff Berding and Chris Bortz, two of council's fiscal conservatives, gave a total of $8,700 in bonuses in December
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