Saturday, April 6, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 94
Police vote is last hurdle
With City Council's passage of a groundbreaking package of police reforms, the fate of Cincinnati's effort next rests with the Fraternal Order of Police.

CAN gathering ebullient
With a historic agreement to reform the city's police department looming, a crowd on Fountain Square Friday expressed optimism about Cincinnati's future.

[img] Whoops!
The Reds were so bad early in Friday night's game with Montreal that a six-run ninth inning rally wasn't enough and they fell to the Expos 8-7 at chilly Cinergy Field.
Letterman a Nux fan

Links often missing on Web
The Tristate's largest communities spend more than $125,000 a year to operate Web sites, but the sites often fail at one basic mission: Giving citizens a direct line to officials.
What's not on the Web sites

Cardinals top No. 6 Firebirds
After Friday's games, five of the top six teams in the Enquirer's Division I area baseball coaches poll had suffered at least one defeat.

Pets can have medical scan
Convinced that pet owners want good health-care for their pets, two Cincinnati companies have opened a new dog and cat imaging center in suburban Washington, D.C.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

City manager gets off to rough start
GE team spruces up school
Local all-star series this weekend
Rally to support Israel
River now a local lesson

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Graves likes going long
Robinson on 1-year mission
Clones near elimination
Mighty Ducks snap 5-game winless skid
High school sports section

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Workers protest Federated
Jobs increase during March
Newport Levee adds 'Bar Louie' outlet
Alabama put forth more than $234M to snag Hyundai plant
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Fabulous-Furs ventures further
'Madame Hardy' rose one of best bloomers
Mulchbusters do gardening dirty work
Middletown devoted to beautification
Get to it

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Community Book Club
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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