Tuesday, May 01, 2001

Enquirer's Tri-County news bureau relocates

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        WEST CHESTER TOWNSHIP — The Enquirer's Tri-County office has moved to a new location off Cox Road, emphasizing the newspaper's commitment to readers in Cincinnati's fast-growing suburban communities.

        The new office is in Beacon Point, a commercial project adjacent to Interstate 75 near the Tylersville Road exit. The location gives staffers quick access to Butler and Warren communities, as well as to Hamilton County and Clermont suburbs.

        “This is further proof of the newspaper's commitment to delivering more news from where our suburban readers live,” said Richard Green, assistant managing editor of local news and business. “This new office will be the center of our suburban operations, giving us greater opportunity to mingle with our readers and the newsmakers in Southwest Ohio.”

        The Enquirer's Circulation Department also will open a distribution center May 7 in the same building.

        The bureau address is 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069. The phone number is 755-4140; fax is 755-4150.

        The suburban news staff:

        • Randy Dunham, 755-4142, bureau chief

        • David Hofmeister, 755-4145, assistant local news editor

        • Cindi Andrews, 755-4157, covers Warren County government and Lebanon.

        • Michael D. Clark, 755-4146, covers Green, Delhi and Sycamore townships.

        • Allen Howard, 768-8362, covers Norwood, Mariemont and Cincinnati city neighborhoods.

        • Steve Kemme, 755-4151, covers Butler County government and Hamilton.

        • Sheila McLaughlin, 755-4154, covers Warren County police and courts.

        • Randy McNutt 755-4158, covers Warren, Butler and Dearborn county communities.

        • Lew Moores, 755-4156, covers Clermont County government, Milford, and Pierce, Union, Miami and Anderson townships.

        • Janice Morse, 755-4152, covers Butler County police and courts.

        • Jennifer Mrozowski, 755-4144, covers Warren County education.

        • Walt Schaefer, 755-4159, covers West Chester, Liberty and Fairfield townships, and Fairfield, Sharonville and Blue Ash.

        • Earnest Winston, 755-4155, covers Deerfield, Hamilton and Symmes townships and Mason, Montgomery and Loveland.

        • Janinne Thompson, 755-4143, Congrats, community agendas for East and Tristate.

        • Elaine Trumpey, 755-4141, Community agenda for North and West.


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