Sunday, June 3, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 154
A cry for justice
About 2,000-3,000 marched for justice Saturday, following a route from Fountain Square to Laurel Park in the West End.

  Strong schools, cities
More than 20,000 people left Hamilton County in the urban exodus of the '90s - yet plenty of families found reason to stay.

Streets starting to shape up
Cincinnati's street repair program, plagued by financial mismanagement and a staggering backlog during the 1990s, is slowly but surely catching up to 2001.

Cold to continue
Where are summer's sunny skies and warm temperatures? And, when are they coming to the Tristate from Colorado?

  Summerfair guide
Coney Island's fine arts and crafts festival offers something for everyone in every price range.
Rain doesn't stop crowd

Complete local news report

Tillery presses activism at polls
Cell phone ban musters little support
'Clean Air' means lower Metro bus fares
Covington chooses proposals
Diabetic man bikes 100 miles
Health director refuses to leave job
Kings test scores are top-notch
Landlord forced into rental unit
Taylor Mill neighbors fight plan for road
Third meningitis case confirmed

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Cardinals 8, Reds 5
Harnisch may return in a week
Big bonuses up ante in draft
Milford grad at head of draft class
Bowden uses media to his disadvantage
Q&A with Dick LeBeau
Darkness halts Memorial
Best and worst of week in sports
Pitcher becomes pastor
U.S. bobsledders focus of benefit
Auto Racing Insider
CCD wins state baseball title
Hamilton throws away softball title
Ohio boys track highlights
Ohio girls track highlights
Kentucky boys track highlights
Kentucky girls track highlights
Tristate golf guide
Kentucky Speedway guide

    • More sports news...

Complete business report

Summertime, and the spending is easy
The checks (will be) in the mail
Bringing big and small together
Tristate Business Notes
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

'Producers' primed for Tony Awards
Designer ready for Tony loss
'Full Monty' sheds film's innocence
Over-the-top 'Producers' true marvel
'Proof' masters equation for excellence
'Seussical' will take charms on road
Win by 'Jane Eyre' star could save beautiful show
ABC spells trouble for Channel 9 news
Tour aims to unify communities
Diner's Journal
Festival founded on revival of the washboard
Jerky makers find TV beefs up orders
A guide to help make your day

    • More tempo news...

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