Sunday, January 12, 2003

Monday's inaugural schedule


The inaugural of Bob Taft/Jennette Bradley

[photo] Read about Jennette Bradley, the country's first female black lieutenant governor.
(Michael E. Jackson photo)
• 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Swearing-In Ceremony: The oath of office will be administered to Gov. Bob Taft and Lt. Gov.-elect Jennette Bradley in the Ohio Theatre. Afterward, Gov. Taft will deliver his inaugural address. Open to the public.

• 1:15-3 p.m. A reception will take place in the Galbreath Pavilion at the Ohio Theatre immediately following the official inaugural ceremony. Open to the public.

• 4-5:30 p.m. Tribute to the Lieutenant Governor. This event is a salute to Ms. Bradley. The ticketed event will take place at the Hyatt on Capitol Square Governor's Ballroom.

• 8 p.m.-midnight. Ohio Leadership Ball. There will be one Inaugural Ball to honor Gov. Taft, Lt. Gov.-elect Bradley and Ohio's statewide elected officials. The ticketed ball will take place at the Hyatt Regency Grand Ballroom.




SPECIAL REPORT: ON THE STREET WITH VIOLENT CRIME SQUADS:
Drug dealers do little time
Photo sequence of a police chase and capture
Police, community effort made Burnet Avenue safer, for now
Police take new tack on drug arrests

TAFT INAUGURAL
A-list pitches in for Taft inaugural
Monday's inaugural schedule
Inaugural Notebook

TOP LOCAL HEADLINES
Heimlich's aim: Treat county like business
Four cousins born in 36 hours
Kids mental health center opens
Senate president admits anti-Semitic remark
Archbishop addresses sex abuse crisis

AROUND THE TRISTATE
Activists urge opposition to war
Tristate A.M. Report
Obituary: Fr. Stanley Tillman, Jesuit educator
Obituary: E. 'Buddy Roger' Rohs, 85, leader of big band
Good News: Writer promoting prayer to stop violence
Congrats

ENQUIRER COLUMNS
PULFER: Whose turn is it to help the poor?
BRONSON: No excuse for Demagoguery 101
SMITH-AMOS: T-shirts show pride in police work
CROWLEY: Dems tired of losing and doing something about it

OHIO
Bicentennial Notebook: Warren touts 200th birthday
Ohio Moments: Mormon leader fled after his bank failed
Mom indicted for disposing of twins' corpses in trash
Guard call-ups affect local police agencies

KENTUCKY
Craven retrial date sought
Beechwood, CovCath to revive rivalry
PTA secretary charged with raping students
Arrest made in '93 killing of Ky. singer
Life remains bleak for some counties in Appalachia
Lexington move to ban smoking drags on