Sunday, October 08, 2000
Tristate A.M. Report
Man, 62, dies after his car strikes wall
A Cheviot man was killed Saturday afternoon when he lost control of his car and struck a concrete wall along Colerain Avenue, Cincinnati police said.
David E. Hemmerle, 62, of Dina Avenue was traveling south on Colerain Avenue at about 3 p.m. when he lost control of his Chevrolet pickup truck, crossed the center line and hit a concrete wall, police said.
Mr. Hemmerle was partially ejected from the vehicle when it turned over and he was trapped underneath, police said.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
4 cardiologists quit UC for Christ Hospital
Four well-known cardiologists have decided to resign faculty posts at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and to move their offices to Christ Hospital.
Effective Jan. 1, Drs. Charles Hattemer, John Schneider, John Runyon and Peter Engel, all members of the Ohio Heart Health Center, will move out of offices attached to University Hospital and cease most, if not all, the procedures they performed there.
The dispute started about a month ago, when college officials moved to terminate faculty contracts with the four doctors more than a year before the contracts were to expire, said Dr. Charles Abbottsmith, a senior partner with Ohio Heart.
Officials with UC College of Medicine and University Hospital had no comment.
Churches to hold community rally
MOUNT HEALTHY - A rally, sponsored by several churches that serve the Mount Healthy area, will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Mount Healthy school board building, 7615 Harrison Ave. In case of inclement weather, the event will move indoors to Mount Healthy Christian Church, 7717 Harrison Ave. The rally is to thank students, school administrators and employees for their work. Information: 521-6029.
Columbus Day closings
Postal service ... No delivery
Library ... Open
Banks ... Closed
(Fifth Third and Provident in-store bank marts will be open.)
Cincinnati: Regular schedule.
Rumpke: Regular schedule.
CFI: Regular schedule.
Metro ... Regular schedule.
Parking meters ... Coins required (Cincinnati)
Courts ... Closed
Federal ... Closed
Cincinnati ... Closed
Hamilton County ... Open
State ... Closed
Stock markets ... Open
An early morning fire at 9240 Ranchhill Drive in Springfield Township caused an estimated $140,000 in damage, firefighters said. No one was injured, but a family dog was killed in the blaze. The cause is under investigation.
Major parties fighting hard for every last vote
Volunteers making the grade
Clouds don't dim astronomy lesson
WILKINSON: Congressional bait and switch?
DeWine's politics not easily defined
SAMPLES: Pin setters keep bowling games going
Stadium site for youth football
Bond set for man held in shooting death of brother
BRONSON: TV Land
Chance meeting at store led to killing, baby theft
CROWLEY: Spin cycle
Farm tour makes a point
Gore's Ky. strategy uncertain
L. Miami schools boss has big plans
Lucas walks a tightrope between sides
Man convicted of murdering his uncle
Many still lack heat
Patient frets over halt in MD testing
Students can make up classes online
Westwood man sought in robbery of bank
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