Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley Cincinnati Joins Columbus In Suing State Over Local Gun Control Measures By Jim Letizia • Jun 8, 2019 gcftz.com Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley says his city is joining Columbus in taking the state to court over a recently-passed gun law. Cincinnati City Manager Resigns, Ending Feud With Mayor By Associated Press • Apr 22, 2018 cincinnati.com Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black quit on Saturday, rather than face termination by the City Council. Treasurer Backs Sanctuary City Ban; Mayors Fire Back By Ohio Public Radio & Alison Holm • Feb 6, 2017 Cincinnati and Columbus are the latest to adopt policies that stray away from enforcing immigration laws, essentially making them so-called sanctuary cities for immigrants and refugees. Cincinnati Mayor's Sanctuary City Declaration Drawing Opposition By Jim Letizia • Feb 1, 2017 cincinnati-oh.gov Three Ohio Republicans are challenging Democratic Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley's designation of the queen city as a "sanctuary city." Cincinnati Becomes "Sanctuary City"; Columbus Contemplates Following Suit By Jim Letizia, Alison Holm & Ohio Public Radio • Jan 31, 2017 WCBE Files Columbus City officials yesterday responded to executive orders from President Trump banning refugees and immigrants from some countries with a majority Muslim population. Threats Against Cranley Prompt New City Hall Security Measures By Jim Letizia • Jan 30, 2015 Hamilton County Sheriff's Office New security measures will be in place next week at Cincinnati City Hall. Cranley Pledges Funds To Maintain Two Historic Cincinnati Buildings By Jim Letizia • Jul 31, 2014 City of Cincinnati Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley says his government will take on a larger share of the cost of maintaining the historic Union Terminal and Music Hall. Cincinnati To Shut River Water Intake As West Virginia Spill Rolls By By Associated Press & Alison Holm • Jan 13, 2014 Cincinnati plans to shut down intake valves along the Ohio River to protect the city's drinking water from a chemical spill in West Virginia.