Official details of the funeral arrangements and services for Ross Love have been announced this morning. The family of Ross Love will hold private services today, Monday, August 16th. General public services will include a community celebration of the life of Ross Love on this week – Wednesday, August 18th at Crossroads Community church beginning […]

Today, our sister station 1230AM WDBZ The Buzz mourns the loss of former Buzz station owner Ross Love. We acknowledge his life and career as well send our condolences to his family and all those whom he came in contact with throughout the years. Ross Love was not only an entrepreneur but a servant to […]

This past holiday weekend should’ve been a time of rest and relaxation, but for a local teen shelter in Avondale currently under repair, the Fourth of July weekend proved to be yet another obstacle in the efforts to get the operation up and running. Erin Clarke, a 20-year expert in dealing with troubled teens, recently […]

Lincoln Heights has gathered as a community to take some initiative and authority on keeping its residents moving toward healthier habits and that includes enforcing a tobacco-free policy for the small neighborhood. Officials from Lincoln Heights have voted this week for the area to become the first in Hamilton County to pass and approve the […]

It has been officially announced that one of Cincinnati’s most well-known landmark parks is about to undergo a few changes really soon. Washington Park in Over-the Rhine received approval this week from the Cincinnati Budget and Finance Committee for a complete makeover of the park. This news comes with an $11 million plan of action […]

As gay pride weekend is set to lunch July 2nd-4th, in the city of Cincinnati, it’s hard to imagine that ignorance and lack of tolerance still run rampant throughout some parts of the country. For gay teens Constance McMillen and Ceara Sturgis, high school has ended. However, acceptance of their sexuality in small town Itawamba, […]

Cincinnati’s Hip Hop community is getting hyped up this week as an open call for pastors, clergymen, community leaders, congregations, organizations, members and residents has been announced. Now all we need is you! Neighbors, elders and senior citizens, music fans, family and friends. We need you to get hyped up and get hopeful for your […]