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News: Northern Kentucky Group Wants Sky Loop

0 Comments · Thursday, April 8, 1999
A Northern Kentucky group has a plan for a Sky Loop system that it argues would complement light-rail plans, too. The Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system known as Sky Loop is being pushed by Forw  

Cover Story: All Aboard? Not

Rail plans and planners clashing over the type of trains to use, where to put them and whether they should be used at all

0 Comments · Thursday, April 8, 1999
It's 2035. Cincinnati has averted a worldwide fuel shortage. With gasoline at $4.50 a gallon, many Tristate residents have curtailed their driving. From the north, commuters have been getting to  

News: CFT Plans Fight Against Budget Cuts That Scale Down Teacher Evaluations

0 Comments · Thursday, April 1, 1999
The Cincinnati Federation of Teachers (CFT) and the school district's administrators are butting heads over a proposal to cut a district program that evaluates and assists teachers who need to im  

News: An Olympic-sized Problem?

Cincinnati's stance on gay rights could mean roadblock for group's quest for Olympic bid

0 Comments · Thursday, April 1, 1999
Gay-rights advocates are pointing to Issue 3 and Cincinnati's attitude toward gays as a hurdle for efforts to bring the Olympics here in 2012. But those trying to get an Olympic bid say they don  

Damned if They Don't?

0 Comments · Thursday, April 1, 1999
The March 19 fatal shooting of Michael Carpenter by Cincinnati police officers has some citizens calling for a Justice Department investigation, while the media is characterizing the shooting as ano  

News: Pink Paradigm Club Plans Billboard Campaign to Change Perceptions of Gays in Greater Cincinnati

0 Comments · Thursday, March 18, 1999
A local gay activist and artist says it's time for Cincinnati-area gays and lesbians to build community among themselves so they will be able to build community with straight people. Toward that  

News: Can Region Be Regained?

'White flight,' lack of upscale housing and economic imbalance pose obstacles in effort to stabilize Hamilton County's declining population

0 Comments · Thursday, March 18, 1999
Spurred by statements of an out-of-town consultant, there have been plenty of news reports about how Hamilton County is losing residents. But the reasons for the decline are not being widely disc  

News: Building Business Works for Some in Over-the-Rhine, Downtown and West End

0 Comments · Thursday, March 11, 1999
Janice Jackson is the owner of Mecca's Calling, a clothing store in Over-the-Rhine. An African-American woman who also is a Muslim, Jackson said she thought there was a market in Over-the-Rhine f  

CPS Wants Charter Action

0 Comments · Thursday, March 11, 1999
Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) officials have decided to get into the charter schools business. At March 8 meeting the High Quality Schools Task Force, a school board committee approved a draft po  

News: Prichard's Judge: Witness 'character, integrity and veracity are of minimal to no value'

0 Comments · Thursday, March 4, 1999
It is harder to recant court testimony than convicted felon Brian Prichard of Springfield Township had hoped. Prichard, found guilty in connection with the 1994 shooting death of Larry Kincer, has