Sheryl McClung McConney started her business as an academic summer camp to help her own daughters. Now her nonprofit is reaching thousands of kids.
A program at Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority is helping residents earn enough that they no longer need public housing.
Two students whose parents sued over their expulsions have made a rap video to improve the culture toward all students.
Al Gerhardstein is a critical part of the legal team that will argue for marriage equality before the U.S. Supreme Court on April 28.
Barb Rayford-Smith started Journey Steel, Inc. in 2009, and her industry experience is paying off.
Childhood poverty is spreading across Greater Cincinnati into some of the region's most affluent areas.
Poverty simulation shows just how difficult and stressful it can be for poor families to survive.
Sarah Spite had never heard of placenta accreta until she was diagnosed with it. Now she's trying to raise awareness and help other moms…
Dominic Duren struggled to turn his life around after 12 years in prison. Now he's helping other men and women do the same.
Debbie Bowman grew up with all the odds stacked against her and built a successful life despite it. Now she works to help other disadvantaged…
United Way leaders say their three-pronged strategy will help poor kids and adults, but it won't be cheap.
Turning around city's dismal record on awarding city work to women- and minority-owned businesses is the focus of new recommendations.
Lucy spent more than 16 years as a reporter in Cincinnati for the Cincinnati Business Courier and Cincinnati Enquirer. Her nearly 24 years of…