Saturday, March 1, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 60
English Woods home to tenants
Tenants of English Woods say problems exist in every building in the World War II-era public housing complex, but that's not enough to justify uprooting people's lives.

Driver guilty of homicide
A paraplegic driving a car without handicap controls was convicted Friday of running a red light and killing a teenager who was crossing Second Street to attend a Bengals game.

[img] Get yer tickets
This is it, the day the Cincinnati Reds have been awaiting for nearly eight years - the day tickets go on sale to the general public for the first season in the new $280 million Great American Ball Park.

Investors weary of losses
More than a sluggish economy, more than a potential war with Iraq - investors are just plain tired of losing money in stocks for the third year in a row.
Stock picks from the Portfolio Panel

On the Same Page returns
Jonathan Kozol's Savage Inequalities: Children in America's Schools is the latest On the Same Page community reading project.
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Neal's gone, Spikes could be
The Bengals said goodbye Friday to Lorenzo Neal, one of the two major players they had hoped to keep in free agency.

Art first at Final Fridays
Final Fridays are an opportunity for gallery owners to see what's going on, for art students and neophyte artists to hang their work and for the rest of us to have a big-city art experience.

LOCAL NEWS
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Kids' breakfasts go begging
Boycott panel answers questions
2nd chance for Loveland vote
Stewart decision could be soon
Students celebrate history

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SPORTS
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Reds Sox 12, Reds 7
Muskies come home, face struggling G.W.
Beating UC next step for Calipari's Tigers
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Elder shocks No. 1 Tigers
High school sports page

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Mister Rogers: An icon remembered
Thumbs up: Sports legends
Thumbs down: OTR proposal
Readers: Goodbye Mister Rogers
Readers: Memories of Music Hall live forever
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Week of trade talks concludes
'Lean' firms saving money
Economic growth better than thought
Springboro students' portfolios in the lead
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Eclectic Escovedo tries 'chamber music' concept
Lady's mantle makes a delightful border
Old baskets awaiting discovery
When shopping, think where, how carpet will be used
Get to it!

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