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John Johnson class of 1976 died April 17, 2018.
Memorial Service May 22, at Mt Echo park.

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Council hears from Aiken High School students about mass incarceration  WLWT Cincinnati

The story of a woman who was locked up for decades for a crime she didn't commit helped inspire a first-of-its-kind meeting.

2 teens hospitalized after College Hill collision  WXIX

Police say the teens were not in the crosswalk when they ran into the street.

Carpe Diem charter school closing this year, displacing 200 students and teachers

The CPS-sponsored charter school will close at the end of the year after the state changed its guidelines.

Aiken High School selected for national college readiness program award  WLWT Cincinnati

Aiken High School, part of Cincinnati Public Schools, has been named a winner of the Closing the Gap award.

'It means so much': Finale at Stargel Stadium comes with mixed emotions  WLWT Cincinnati

The Taft High School Senators played their last game at Stargel Stadium in the West End Friday in their game against rival Aiken High School. “We've had over ...

Cincinnati North College Hill claims gritty victory against Cincinnati Aiken  Ashland Source

The margin for error was so small it only piqued the anxiety.

Aiken HS home of two new campuses beginning Aug. 21  WXIX

The $29 million new Aiken is the last new building to be built under Cincinnati Public Schools' (CPS) decade-long, $1 billion Facilities Master Plan . The school ...

Students in poorly ranked Ohio schools eligible for state-funded vouchers  WLWT Cincinnati

The state has placed more than 250 Ohio public schools on a list of poor performers. The students at the failing schools, including five districts in Southwest Ohio ...

Coaches Recognized with OHSAA Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Awards  Sunbury News

Recipients selected by coaches associations during 2017-18 school year COLUMBUS, Ohio – Throughout the 2017-18 school year, the coaches associations.

Tyra Patterson Reflects On Her First Year Out Of Prison  WOSU

Before her parole and release from prison last Christmas Day, Tyra Patterson had to make a five-year plan. Her goals were to live independently, get a job,

Opinion: Self-serving Rep. Seitz is fighting for corporations, not the West Side

For the past 28 years, State Rep. Bill Seitz has been serving himself and the corporations that funnel money to his campaign, and not West Siders.

Police: Teen taken into custody after threatening to blow up CPS schools  WXIX

Cincinnati police said they took a 15-year-old male into custody early Monday over allegations he made online threats to blow up Cincinnati Public Schools.

'We got spirit, how about you  WCPO

Friday was likely the most testosterone-packed day of Good Morning Tri-State in history.

Opinion: Taking a stand on the West Side

Cincinnati's West Side has been a tough egg for many politicians to crack over recent years.

LINEUP: 2017 Opening Day Parade  WLWT Cincinnati

The 98th Opening Parade will take off from Findlay Market at noon on Monday. Here is the parade lineup in its entirety.

Facebook page influenced teen's attempted suicide, family says  WLWT Cincinnati

A Cincinnati-area family said a teen was influenced by a social media page to attempt suicide. It's a social media page other teens are flocking to. The family ...

A homicide, 2 mothers and 'a fair chance at life'

Suliman Abdul-Mutakallim was shot in the back of his head, as he walked home, carrying food for himself and his wife.

How much money do we send to charters?

The gripe is this: Ohio charter schools are not doing better than traditional public schools. Yet, according to some, they are taking an unfair chunk of state ...

Wish List: Honduran immigrant mother needs wheelchair ramp for son

The Enquirer and United Way of Greater Cincinnati are collaborating for the 31st year to provide assistance to families in need through the Wish List giving ...

Ohio Department of Education program allows students in underperforming schools the opportunity to attend private schools  WXIX

The Educational Choice Scholarship (EdChoice) Program was created to provide students from under performing public schools the opportunity to attend ...

Since Sandy Hook, a gun has been fired on school grounds nearly once a week  Los Angeles Times

There have been more than 180 shootings on school campuses that resulted in an injury or death in the U.S. since Dec. 14, 2012, when 20 children and six ...

Dozens say goodbye to teen gunned down in South Fairmount  WXIX

A 14-year-old boy shot and killed in South Fairmount will be laid to rest on Monday. Dwayne Lamarr Lewis Jr. was a freshman and aspiring boxer at Carpe Diem ...

Miami Valley Teachers Find New Ways To Get Students Into Shakespeare  WYSO

2016 marks the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, and today more than ever, high schools are grappling with how to teach him, since he.

Parolee reflects on her first year out of prison  Washington Times

Before her parole and release from prison last Christmas Day, Tyra Patterson had to make a five-year plan.

The Best Names in Cincinnati Reds History, an Informal Primer (1990's)  Red Reporter

When this series started, Joey Votto was in his third year of arbitration and the Reds hadn't been to the playoffs since 1995. This really ought to end, not because ...

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