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Better Than Competition

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 15, 2004
It certainly seems corporations have had the upper hand in the city's economic development lately. "Give us this or that or we're out of here. We're moving to -- " (choose one: Blue Ash, Northern K  

Are You Being Served?

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 8, 2004
It took the balcony, two overflow rooms and the hall outside a standing-room-only Cincinnati City Council Chambers to hold all the people who turned out to say what they think of Mayor Charlie Luken  

Tale of the Taser

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Assaults on officers, injuries to prisoners and use of chemical irritant have plummeted since the Cincinnati Police Department issued Tasers to its entire force, police told city council's Law and P  

Social Needs

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 24, 2004
Cincinnati's population is younger, darker and poorer than it was 30 years ago. Those are some of the conclusions of a study released by the University of Cincinnati School of Planning. "The Social   

Open and Closed

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 17, 2004
In all the editorial skirmishing about electronic voting machines and their potential for everything from glitches to deliberate fraud, one alternative seems to have been overlooked: using open-sour  

The League of Pissed Off Voters

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 10, 2004
Still Pissed: The League of Pissed Off Voters is one of many progressive groups that formed around the election and now resolves to stay active. On Nov. 3, the day Sen. John Kerry conceded the pres  

Unintended Consequences

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 3, 2004
UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES: Cincinnati City Councilman Sam Malone's invective against Issue 3 during an Oct. 23 candidates' breakfast at New Hope Baptist Church outraged Barbara Chin. "He was really s  

Help Thy Neighbor

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 27, 2004
One reason the campaign to defeat Issue 3, the repeal of Article 12 of the city charter, might resonate even with African-American voters who don't buy the misleading "Save Civil Rights" argument is  

Library Closes Book on Political Discourse

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 20, 2004
Less was more when it came to kicking out an MTV Rock the Vote event featuring informational booths and music just four days before it was scheduled at the Main Public Library, according to the Pre  

Two new shootings

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Cincinnati City Councilman John Cranley tried making a good show of reacting decisively to two shootings that have alarmed denizens of his native Price Hill. He introduced legislation to prevent co  

McBean and the gunman

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 22, 2004
Lea McBean leafs through a stack of photographs more than a hundred deep. The vast majority of them show her husband, Ira, 28, and a child sleeping somewhere nearby: Ira with their son Elijah, 6, pa  

Mr. Smitherman

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 8, 2004
Still Waiting: Councilman Christopher Smitherman's office says that the executive director of the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA), Donald Troendle, has agreed to add Princess Gill's  

Looking for 6 young souls

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Young and Giving: The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is looking for six young (21-40), energetic civic volunteers. When it finds them, GCF will give them $2,000 each for the nonprofit organizat  

Robot Cops

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 11, 2004
Cincinnati City Council voted Aug. 4 to put the repeal of Article 12 of the city charter on the Nov. 2 ballot. Gary Wright, chair of Citizens to Restore Fairness, was in attendance for the formality  

excessive force

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 4, 2004
Three police officers used excessive force in the Nov. 30, 2003, incident that led to the death of Nathaniel "Skip" Jones, an investigation by the Citizen Complaint Authority has concluded. The Aug