Sep 16

Opiate Settlement Funds Belong at Local Level

Any news consumer knows that Ohio has an addiction problem. Once again, our rates of death from overdose exceed national averages.
Sep 04

Hamilton County Public Health Receives Game-Changing Grant

Hamilton County Public Health (HCPH) will receive some $5.3 million per year for the next three years from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to ramp up its efforts to fight addiction.
Aug 05

Hamilton County Public Health Celebrates 100 Years of Service

Hamilton County Public Health celebrated a century of service to the citizens of Hamilton County with an August 1 event at the Cintas Center. The event featured keynote speaker, Dr. Robert Redfield.
Jul 18

Keep Cool During Extreme Heat

The National Weather Service in Wilmington has issued an Excessive Heat Watch from Friday afternoon through Saturday evening.
Jul 17


Mosquitoes that were recently trapped on Union Cemetery Rd. in Symmes Township have tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV), a viral disease that can be passed from mosquitoes to humans.
Jul 09

Hamilton County Public Health Announces Second Quarter 2019 Clean Kitchen Award Winning Facilities

When heading out to eat, we often look up menus, reviews and recommendations before choosing a place.  Perhaps we should include the establishment’s food safety practices as additional criteria.