Saturday, June 2, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 153
Marchers to send message
Cincinnati will have the nation's attention today when an expected 2,000-plus marchers participate in one of the largest local protests.
Downtown boosters launch ads

  Another stadium snafu
Ceiling tile valued at $217,000, paid for by taxpayers but never installed at Paul Brown Stadium, sits in a makeshift warehouse in Bond Hill.

A million trees
Developer Paul Hemmer, who has cleared a lot of land in his business, wants to plant a million trees before he dies.

  Tiny school closes
At Swifton Primary School, which is closing due to low enrollment, students stood Friday and recited their school creed for the last time.

Summerfair guide
Coney Island's fine arts and crafts festival offers something for everyone in every price range.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Turnout key to blacks' political clout
Researchers urge police reforms
Hair may be clue to baby's ID
Loss of Hamilton hospital affected many
Rave is moved out of Colerain
Hamilton drops 4th fireworks
Mason quarrel not over yet
Bank teller charged in robbery
Board holds menu of hikes for sales tax
Buddhists celebrate this weekend
Cincinnati, Blue Ash break off airport talks
Covington weighing new school boundaries
Despite daring swan dive, he's a jailbird
Deters: Edmondson broke pledge

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Reds 5, Cards 1
Who's on third? Why, it's Dmitri
Bengals tackle racial healing
Azinger lands atop Memorial
CCD reaches state baseball finals
Hamilton plays for state softball title
Boone Co. wins Ninth Region softball
Tristate golf guide
Kentucky Speedway guide

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Jobless rate dips slightly
Baldwin workers' wages assured
Firstar serves pro stars
GEAE watches Comair strike
Savvy Strategies
The Sophisticated Investor
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Turning the tables
Travel Tristate garden circuit
Local exhibitor turns down Chelsea award
Simple to spread creeping myrtles
To do this week
In the Know
Concert review
A guide to help make your day

    • More tempo news...


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