On Friday, January 13th, 2017 Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley updated his efforts to save the former King Records Studio site from demolition and ask that you too join in this cause. Also, he referred three ordinances to Budget and Finance committee which was introduced by Council members Simpson and Young to honor legendary musicians Otis Williams, Philip Paul and Bootsy Collins by renaming various streets in the Evanston neighborhood.Continue reading “Cranley Update Efforts To Save Former King Records Studio”
According to statement from the Smitherman Campaign Hamilton County Board of Elections has officially notified the Smitherman Campaign that they have enough signatures to be on November 7, 2017 ballot.
Written By: Ishton W. Morton – December 28th, 2016
To put things into perspective on March 31st, 2010, Serial Killer Anthony Kirkland was given two death sentences, one for 13 years-old Esme Kenney, and the other for 14 years-old Casonya “Sharee” Crawford. Additionally two other sentences of 70 years to life for the murders of 45 years-old Mary Jo Newton and 25 years-old Kimya Rolison. After his arrest on March 7th, 2009, Kirkland admitted he choked each woman to death and then burned their bodies. Cite as State v. Kirkland, 140 Ohio St.3d 73, 2014-Ohio-1966.. State v. Kirkland – Supreme Court
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In January of 2014, a long-time volunteer for the Cincinnati, Ohio and national NAACP convened his first meeting as President of the Cincinnati branch of that organization, Ishton Morton. To celebrate that occasion, Mr. Morton purchased dinner for the Board, and thus after the meeting adjourned, Board members assembled in a social gathering to congratulate their new President. Continue reading “THE CRIMINAL DEFENSE OF NAACP PRESIDENT ISHTON MORTON”