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News: Former Bengal Under Indictment Owes Support for Three Kids, Not One, Prosecutors Say

0 Comments · Thursday, August 5, 1999
Hamilton County prosecutors overlooked a few things when they recently discussed with reporters the indictment of former Bengals running back James Brooks. While prosecutors said Brooks was wanted  

News: North Avondale Residents Leary of Xavier Park Plan

0 Comments · Thursday, August 5, 1999
Cincinnati's planning commissioners have recommended approval for plans by Xavier University to develop a park along Victory Parkway despite protests from the North Avondale Neighborhood Associa  

Targeting Health Care Disparities

0 Comments · Thursday, August 5, 1999
Some Cincinnati City Council members are teaming up with the African-American Health Network in an effort to reduce what they called in a news release disparities in health care that are hurting  

News: Local Church Says, 'Love Thy Neighbor' -- Straight or Gay

0 Comments · Thursday, July 29, 1999
A decision by the Vatican several weeks ago to prohibit a Maryland priest and nun from ministering to gays and lesbians has struck a local nerve. Local church leaders and organizations represent  

News: Firefighters Called Parking Space Hogs

0 Comments · Thursday, July 29, 1999
Campanello's Italian Restaurant is weary from what its owner says has been a battle with the Cincinnati Fire Division over firefighters taking up parking spaces with their personal vehicles. Th  

News: 'Insulted by the Thought'

Cincinnati Police Supervisors say job performance, not bisexuality, led to officer's demotion

0 Comments · Thursday, July 22, 1999
For co-workers and fellow police officers, the alternative lifestyle of Cincinnati Police Officer Phillip Barnes was no secret and no big deal, those who worked with him say. District 5 Capt. Ph  

News: Hamilton County Joins Statewide Effort to Renew 'First Suburbs'

0 Comments · Thursday, July 22, 1999
They're not mad. Members of the Southwest Ohio First Suburbs Consortium say they're just getting even. The First Suburbs Consortium -- a statewide project -- is making headway locally in organizing  

News: Bigger Crowds Expected at Ujima and Coors Light Festivals

0 Comments · Thursday, July 15, 1999
Most of the wrinkles have been ironed out in time for this year's Ujima Cinci-Bration, the African-American festival that will run downtown during the Coors Light Festival at Cinergy Field. The pl  

News: Western Hamilton County Development Opponents Say Door Is Open for Out-of-Control Growth

0 Comments · Thursday, July 15, 1999
They thought it all along, but now it has become painfully clear. Residents are getting a raw deal out of the "advisory only" development plan for western Hamilton County, the Sierra Club and Conce  

News: Sewers and Smoke Screens

Environmentalists and residents claim sprawl now is destined under an 'advisory only' growth plan that will bring infrastructure and congestion

0 Comments · Thursday, July 8, 1999
Sewers have become the enemy to residents who are fighting Hamilton County's proposed plan for western Hamilton County development. And on July 1, a Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission