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Solving Housing Abuses or Getting Re-elected?

0 Comments · Thursday, July 8, 1999
Cincinnati City Council's sudden and urgent investigation into housing operated by the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) is not what it appears to be, some city leaders are saying. O  

News: East Walnut Hills Residents Complain that Concert Plan Has Backfired

0 Comments · Thursday, July 1, 1999
People having sex openly in the yard of an Eden Park-area resident has some East Walnut Hills residents fed up with Sunday night gatherings of young adults in the park. Residents and city leaders   

Were Reports of Pending Shirey Firing Greatly Exaggerated?

0 Comments · Thursday, July 1, 1999
Despite news reports strongly insinuating that Cincinnati City Manager John Shirey was on his way out, his fate is not sealed. Council members did not have enough votes to fire City Manager John   

News: The Odor of Justice

Neighbors of Colerain composting facility say a judge's decision has taken their breath -- and possibly their safe drinking water -- away

0 Comments · Thursday, June 24, 1999
Would a landfill by any other name smell as bad? Colerain Township residents who live near Rumpke's composting facility on East Miami River Road say the answer is yes. The residents lost a Ham  

News: Spare Change, Cell Phones Lure Thieves

0 Comments · Thursday, June 24, 1999
It's that time of year again, when the cell phones and spare change left inside cars start to disappear. The Cincinnati Police Division is gearing up for another seasonal fight against thefts from   

News: Leading the Heat

FOP President Keith Fangman vows to defend police loudly -- even if it means hot times and more enemies

0 Comments · Thursday, June 17, 1999
Hot. Heated. Flustered. All describe Keith Fangman or the reactions he's been getting in what many see as his fight against injustices, inaccurate perceptions and efforts -- deliberate and incide  

News: Mistaken Identity

Lance Love's arrest puts citizen at ease

0 Comments · Thursday, June 17, 1999
Jeffrey VanSluys never thought he looked like a fugitive. His professional hair stylist even told him that he looked like an average person. Maybe that is why police didn't immediately recognize   

News: Silent on Sex Ed

After last year's controversy over proposed state sex education model, push for new curriculum remains on hold despite favorable national attitudes and rising disease rates among teen-agers

0 Comments · Thursday, June 10, 1999
While the topic always seems to turn into a hot controversy in Cincinnati, a new survey has found that parents nationwide want their children's education to talk openly about sex. Parents would ra  

Back in the Saddle?

0 Comments · Thursday, June 10, 1999
The camel ride that's been offered at the Cincinnati Zoo for 20 years hit a bump on May 29. A woman, who accepted the offer, fell off the camel and was taken in an ambulance to an area hospital.  

News: 'Back to Square One'

Corryville business group drops festival plan; safety director says no new plans afoot for controlling Sunday night crowd

0 Comments · Thursday, June 3, 1999
The University Village Association's plan to hold festivals to control crowds in Corryville could be called a best-laid plan gone awry. Corryville business owners have canceled plans to hold stre