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3467 Harvey Ave

0 Comments · Thursday, May 2, 2002
Address: 3467 Harvey Ave., Avondale Owner: Melvin Posey Current Property Value: $85,000 in 2001 Year Built: 1885 Comments: The building at 3467 Harvey Ave. has been condemned, accord  

News: The Cost of Clarity

Tax provides mental health services to people in need

0 Comments · Thursday, April 25, 2002
Last year more than 23,000 people received treatment through Hamilton County's community mental health care system. Voters will decide May 7 on a property tax levy to help provide care for those  

476 Dayton St.

0 Comments · Thursday, April 18, 2002
Address: 476 Dayton St., West End Owner: Priscilla White and others Current Property Value: $6,500 in 2001 Year Built: 1881 Comments: According to the Cincinnati Buildings and Inspections Depa  

Cover Story: Death of Innocence

Out of the darkroom, into the limelight: Thomas Condon breaks his silence

0 Comments · Thursday, April 18, 2002
The same haunting face stares out from most of the pieces of art in Thomas Condon's studio in Walnut Hills. It's the face of a baby inspired by a photo he took 10 years ago. A teddy bear cover  

News: Out of the Storm

An unhappy anniversary brings new resolve

0 Comments · Thursday, April 4, 2002
The death of Angela Leisure's son also marked the birth of an activist. A year after Timothy Thomas, 19, fell dead of a police gunshot in Over-the-Rhine, his mother is leaving behind the role of  

1914 Vine St.

0 Comments · Thursday, April 4, 2002
Address: 1914 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine Owner: Navneet Sachdev Purchase date: 1984 Current property value: $2,900 -- down from $4,900 in 1998 Year built: 1860 Gross area: 1,060 square feet   

News: Ticket to Die

Did a fatally flawed system cost Timothy Thomas his life?

0 Comments · Thursday, March 28, 2002
Cincinnati Police Officer Stephen Roach did not act alone when he killed Timothy Thomas. Most of the fury over Thomas' death has focused on Roach shooting an unarmed man in a dark alley and the  

News: He's No Hard-Ass

But Luken likes to talk about change

0 Comments · Thursday, March 14, 2002
Mayor Charlie Luken says he wouldn't mind being black. He also thinks the police chief is doing a good job and people outside Cincinnati don't much care about the city's discrimination against   

Cover Story: Salamanders in the City

It's your ecology, so go fix it

0 Comments · Thursday, March 14, 2002
When George Hardebeck thinks about his community, he doesn't include only the humans living nearby. For him, community involves all creatures, even a plant or a salamander in a stream. Part of   

News: Dumbing Down

Money isn't the only inequality in public schools

0 Comments · Thursday, March 7, 2002
One day last year a sniper was reported behind Vine Elementary School. In April 2001 the neighborhood broke out in a riot. Inside the school, kids were still trying to learn. In some Cincinnati