The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, Oct. 24, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 298
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OUR OWN 'SILICON ALLEY'
Cincinnati's up-and-coming bar district is now an up-and-coming technology district, home to a growing number of Internet start-ups, designers and programmers.

ROSE ON CENTURY STAGE
All eyes will be on Pete Rose tonight when the 18 living members of baseball's 30-man All-Century Team are honored before Game 2 of the World Series. This will be the first time he has been on a major-league field since his ban in 1989.
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VOLUNTARY DONATIONS QUESTIONED
Butler County Prosecutor John F. Holcomb doesn't face re-election for more than a year, but because most of his emplyees donate 2 percent of their salaries, he has one of the largest campaign funds of any county officeholder in Southwest Ohio.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Steve Sollmann's 6 TD's led St. Xavier over Cleveland St. Ignatius in a battle of Ohio Top 5 powerhouses. Other big winners included Lakota East, Bellevue, Kings, Highlands, Boone County and Oak Hills. Click here for complete coverage.
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MAJOR ROAD CLOSINGS
Fort Washington Way is closed so construction crews can make the final connections to open half of the new expressway Monday. Also, two ramps at the I-75 and I-275 interchange are closed this weekend, and repairs on eastbound Ronald Reagan Highway begin Monday.
Sports
Yankees 4, Braves 1
Tyson fight no contest
Akili has new motivation
Colts have Bengals in corner
St. X 50, Cle. St. Ignatius 33
Southern Miss 28, UC 20
Ohio State 20, Minnesota 17
Georgia 49, Kentucky 34
Healthy Tate wants ring
Muskies court big men
Redhawks dismiss low expectations
Reese can fill OSU void
Falk repeats state tennis title
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Local
Hospitals' deepest cuts still ahead
Dine exhibit opens
McConnell saves soft money
Study: Airport driving growth
Kids museum ranked No. 3
Cold front brings hint of winter
Guide to help make your day

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Business
Comair faced tough decision
Disney marketing model for museum
Lessons from behind lawnmower
Honduras' bananas coming back

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