Madisonville's Historic Black Cemetery Finds Support And More Top Stories
The United American Cemetery, established in Madisonville in the 19th century, is the oldest in Ohio designated for Black people. But it is in need of repairs and care.
After recent coverage of its condition, thousands of dollars poured in to help.
We talk about it with Enquirer columnist Byron McCauley and CityBeat contributor Michael D. Morgan.
Fed up parents in the Talawanda school district rallied outside the board of education to voice their frustration about remote learning.
WKRC-TV reporter Angenette Levy has that story for us.
Six floors and 200,000-square feet of office space in a downtown Cincinnati office tower will be vacated by the end of the year by Fifth Third Bank as the company reduces its office real estate by 20%.
And the Bengals opened their new season, and the Joe Burrow era, with a loss on Sunday and another on Thursday. Cynical fans have grown accustomed to disappointment from the home team, and now the latest economic valuation of NFL franchises places Cincinnati dead last.
Cincinnati Business Courier reporter Steve Watkins talks about those stories and more with us.
This year, we said goodbye to Polly Campbell, the Enquirer's longtime food writer, who retired. Now a new name will appear in the paper: Keith Pandolfi. He joins us to discuss his long and prolific career in writing about cuisine here and elsewhere.
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