Friday, December 13, 2002

We want to talk to you, Fairfield



The next Cincinnati Enquirer Great Neighborhoods special section features Fairfield and Fairfield Township. The public is invited to a "town meeting'' in conjunction with the Dec. 17 special section.

Editors, reporters, columnists and other Enquirer staffers will be available to answer your questions and listen to your comments and concerns. The meeting will be Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m., at Fairfield High School, 8800 Holden Blvd.

For more information, e-mail dsewell@enquirer.com or jedwards@enquirer.com.




TOP STORIES
Owners circle the wagons to protect their equine friends
Reading scores up slightly
Lawmakers stay course on school fund setup
Finan: Taft may have to cut increases for schools

IN THE TRISTATE
City housing development fund supported
Obituary: Clifford Whigham, gym owner
City's planning director resigning amid breakup
Police narrowly OK 2-year contract
On sale: Chance to blow up stadium
Blue Ash planning documents available for public inspection
English Woods demolition on
Health officials prepare for smallpox vaccinations
Tristate A.M. Report

ENQUIRER COLUMNISTS
BRONSON: Schools case
SMITH-AMOS: From the heart
HOWARD: Some Good News
WELLS: Trent Lott

BUTLER, WARREN, CLERMONT
Cox Road finally loses hated array of barrels
We want to talk to you, Fairfield
Grant deal aids Mercantile repairs

OHIO
Slain priest returns in coffin to church he served
Dayton urged to keep sirens
Passing car badly hurts trooper at crash site

KENTUCKY
NKU, others brace for cutback
Fuel-oil tanker collapses bridge
Henrys expecting 2nd child
Animal case cost Kenton $30K
N.Ky. to hire coordinator in case of biological attack
Community protests adult book stores
Conner's nursing home just about out of money; could close soon
No drugs found in home of man killed in cuffs
Former Lexington bishop moving to new Ky. location