Tuesday, October 29, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 298

City will go batty
Baseball bats will follow pigs and flower pots as next year's public art project to commemorate the opening of the Reds' ballpark.
Campaign promotes local arts

Property tax cut may shrink
Cincinnati homeowners shouldn't spend their 2003 property tax cut just yet.

SCPA's new look
Drawings for the Cincinnati School for Creative and Performing Arts reveal a five-story building with art studios surrounded by glass.


Investors eye P&G's earnings
Troubles by competitor Kimberly-Clark Corp. will have investors watching Procter & Gamble Co.'s earnings this morning.


Sink or swim
Jon Kitna played his best game of the season Sunday, but if the Bengals keep losing, the quarterback says, he'll be on the bench no matter what he does.
Texans don't like Bengals' guarantee

Mercy Fairfield to expand
Mercy Hospital Fairfield plans to double its size and become more of a regional center for Cincinnati's northwest suburbs.

Costumes super or sweet
Think gleeful instead of ghoulish. It's shaping up to be a kinder, gentler Halloween.
Boomer selling costumes for cause

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Issue 1 would cost Ohioans, analysis says
Cissell offers county $2.1M
Tennis organizer still finalizing center deal
Fairfield votes resounding `no' to sludge pit
Fox extension hearing Nov. 7

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Elder, St. X choose Nippert
Pandas advance to state semis
XU stiffens non-conference tests
Miami: Horace counted on heavily
Lakers open without Shaq, Fox

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

OTR property auction nets $2.3M
Home sales drop in N.Ky., rise in Ind.
Technology tracks customers tastes
Omnicare's case advances
What's the Buzz

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Barbers' wit sharp as razors
`Death' observes life of Halloween
Wyman `Rolling' again
Tristate Best Sellers List
Get to It

    • More tempo news...

U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Updated AP report
Iraq Delivers Arms Declaration to U.N.
Endeavour Lands After Three-Day Delay
Economy, Politics Spark Cabinet Shake-Up
Blasts Kill 15, Injure 200 in Bangladesh
Louisiana to Decide Final Senate Race
2 Van Goghs Stolen From Amsterdam Museum
Miss Turkey Wins Miss World Competition
No. 1 Miami Tops Virginia Tech 56-45

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