James Weber, Enquirer

James Weber

Enquirer

Fort Mitchell, KY, United States

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Recent articles by James:

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's mask requirements cause concern in the youth baseball community

To mask or not to mask has been a heated question in society in recent weeks. A petition on change.org challenges Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's order. → Read More

Vote: Best hitter? Pitcher? Choose who's among Enquirer's 2020 Spring Senior Superlatives

In an attempt to do something special for senior athletes, their families and fans, the Enquirer compiled a 2020 Spring Sports Superlative ballot. → Read More

Former player sues UC volleyball coach alleging abuse and retaliation

A former University of Cincinnati volleyball player has filed a lawsuit against head coach Molly Alvey, → Read More

Catching Up with Luke Maile: CovCath grad hopes to restart with Pittsburgh Pirates

Covington Catholic graduate Luke Maile is preparing for his sixth season in the Major Leagues with a new team: The Pittsburgh Pirates. → Read More

Cincinnati Bearcats and Louisville Cardinals basketball teams renewing rivalry on Nov. 13?

UC coach John Brannen said on his Twitter account Thursday that the Bearcats would be facing Louisville Friday, Nov. 13 at Fifth Third Arena. The news came in a humorous exchange with Louisville coach Chris Mack. → Read More

Roger Bacon, McNicholas, Purcell Marian, Summit among local schools in new OHSAA divisions

Five Cincinnati-area high school football teams will be in new divisions under the new 2020 alignment from the Ohio High School Athletic Association. → Read More

How Urbana University's closing affects careers of Greater Cincinnati high school stars

At least 35 Greater Cincinnati products will be forced to move to another college and its sports programs after shutdown of Urbana University. → Read More

Coronavirus: Follow the OHSAA press conference about canceling spring high school sports

The Ohio High School Athletic Association informed member schools Monday, April 20, that spring sports are now cancelled. → Read More

Schools light up stadiums, neighborhoods to honor Class of 2020

Communities honor their high school seniors on April 20 → Read More

Hospitals develop new ways to send encouragement to health care workers

If you’re looking for a more personal approach to thanking doctors and nurses during this challenging time, local hospitals are finding ways to do so. → Read More

Heartland: Stories of good things happening in Ohio, Kentucky during coronavirus outbreak

The Enquirer will provide regular stories of kindness and levity displayed as Greater Cincinnatians cope with the new coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Ohio, Kentucky likely to cancel spring sports; announcements expected Tuesday

With governors closing schools for the remainder of the school year, sports seasons expected to follow → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio: Kindness, levity

March 26: The Enquirer's blog for kindness and levity highlights, UPS football, do-it-yourself masks, letters to senior citizens and hospitality. → Read More

Vote: Who is Greater Cincinnati, NKY's best boys, girls basketball team since 2010?

While high school basketball tournaments have been cut short for the time being, The Enquirer is here to give fans some virtual March Madness. → Read More

Spring break partier apologizes after viral 'if I get corona, I get corona' comment

"If I get corona, I get corona. At the end of the day, I'm not gonna let it stop me from partying," the Ohio man said in a recent TV interview. → Read More

Turfway Park suspends racing for final week of meet

The Turfway Park racing season was originally scheduled to run through Saturday, March 28, which means only the final three racing dates were lost. → Read More

Ohio spring break partier apologizes: 'Don't be arrogant and think you're invincible'

Brady Sluder, a Milford High graduate who made national news by partying during the pandemic, has issued an apology from his Instagram account. → Read More

Horizon League indefinitely suspends athletic competitions

The Horizon League decided on Thursday, March 12 to indefinitely suspend all Horizon League-sponsored sport competition effective Friday, March 13. → Read More

St. Henry earns semifinal matchup with CovCath with comeback win in overtime

KHSAA 9th Region quarterfinals in boys basketball, March 7 → Read More

Ryle senior Maddie Scherr adds Gatorade Player of the Year to list of awards

For the second year in a row, Maddie Scherr is the Gatorade Kentucky Girls Basketball Player of the Year. → Read More