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Cover Story: Jean Therapy

Doctor wants to heal the body politic

0 Comments · Thursday, June 20, 2002
A radioactive spill on a nuclear submarine could kill hundreds of people. And there aren't allowances made for the fact that the doctor on board is still learning the job or for the fact that sh  

234 Renner St., Mohawk

0 Comments · Thursday, June 6, 2002
Address: 234 Renner St., Mohawk Owner: Daniel W. Eynon Current Property Value: $10,900 in 2001 Year built: 1884 Comments: The handyman's special at 234 Renner St. has two stories, two  

News: More Conflict for Reece

Ethics complaint alleges financial conflict of interest

0 Comments · Thursday, May 30, 2002
Cincinnati Vice Mayor Alicia Reece has illegally used her public office for private gain, according to a complaint with the Ohio Ethics Commission. The complaint, filed April 29 by political activi  

Cover Story: Amusing Comeback

Americana reclaims its heritage as LeSourdsville Lake

0 Comments · Thursday, May 30, 2002
Amusement park enthusiasts will have another place to get their thrills this year when the former Americana Amusement Park in Middletown reopens as LeSourdsville Lake: The Great American Amusement  

News: Gutter Fight

Environmentalists say steel company's discharges are hazardous

0 Comments · Thursday, May 23, 2002
Adjacent to AK Steel is a neighborhood Middletown residents call "The Reservation." The nickname comes from streets named for conquered Native American peoples -- Omaha, Navaho, etc. Some reside  

News: One Step at a Time

Program aims to help people 'unlearn' racism

0 Comments · Thursday, May 16, 2002
When Jonathan Williams crossed into the white side of the segregated housing complex where he grew up, he did more than aggravate his Caucasian neighbors. He also sparked a need within himself to   

Is the Union Battle at Xavier Coming to an End?

0 Comments · Thursday, May 16, 2002
Has Xavier University finally come out in favor of Catholic social teaching on labor unions? More than a year and a half after union organizers started speaking to cafeteria workers at Xavier, the   

News: Roach Problem

Evendale gets a taste of Cincinnati controversy

0 Comments · Thursday, May 9, 2002
The Ku Klux Klan wants the people of Evendale to stand up for the "interests and values of the white majority." The Klan's leaflet drops are just one side effect of the hiring of Officer Steph  

Cover Story: To Be Young, Gifted and Black

Aspirations of a leader in progress

0 Comments · Thursday, May 9, 2002
The halls of City Hall are rife with estrogen. Cincinnati's city manager, vice mayor and clerk of council are all women. The presence of the Pumps of Authority isn't lost on Vice Mayor Alicia R  

Cover Story: Lemmie at 'Em

New city manager makes moves

0 Comments · Thursday, May 9, 2002
Valerie Lemmie is among the first generation of African Americans walking through a door opened by civil rights pioneers. "I am who I am, and I've been a woman of color all my life," she says.