9-11 memorials quiet, dignified
As dusk fell over lower Manhattan, twin towers of light pierced the sky like the ghostly outlines of skyscrapers, capping a solemn day of memorials to the victims of the nation's deadliest act of terrorism. .
Troops start final push in mountainsCheney finds Mideast hard sell
Saturday, March 9, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 68
UC, Xavier reach tourney finals
The Bearcats and the Musketeers play for their conference titles today after winning semifinal games Friday night.
Kentucky ousted by South Carolina

Fiorini case inspires bill
A Tristate legislator who represents a number of people defrauded by George Fiorini's 10 Percent Income Plus Plan has taken the first step to pursue restitution for victims of future investment scams.

Luken candid on racial divide
Mayor Charlie Luken acknowledged Friday that progress on race relations in Cincinnati was only limping along before the April riots.

Crazy week for Monroe cops
Two weeks ago, the police pursuit of an escaped buffalo was the big excitement in the small city of Monroe. This past week was quite different.
Investigation to move slowly

Freedom Center to open in red
Two years before the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will open its doors, it is already projecting losses of between $2 million and $3 million a year.

Summer camp guide
The Enquirer's annual guide to summer camps for kids is a where-to list for sports, arts, academics and more.

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Talking about race
Neighborhood groups are talking openly in hopes of making a difference. Today: Blue Ash.

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Historic church gets a reprieve
Investigators hope sketch leads to killer
Roach hiring may go to court
Citizens campaign to reunite mother dog, puppies
FBI warrant leads to standoff at Fairfield apartment

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Reds' Sullivan wants early durability
Mixon visits Bengals; Wynn on deck
Cottrell leads NKU women to semis
Tennis Masters Series flips finals
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Banks project praised for diversity
Cinergy splits Andersen's accounting business
Comair talks bring media blackout
Judge approves Chiquita's plan
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Knobs pull off mini-makeover
Cutting gardens blossom in beautiful book
Festival of American folk art
Honeybees begin to buzz about
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In an effort to foster a sense of community through reading, area organizations have joined in partnership to establish a book club, On the Same Page Cincinnati.
The book: A Lesson Before Dying

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