LOCAL NEWS FOR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2003|
Ear pains clear without prescription|
More than two-thirds of parents in a Cincinnati study were happy with over-the-counter painkillers and "standby" prescriptions for antibiotics for their children's ear infections. Results were released today.
Highway project on track for '06|
SPRINGDALE - On Linda Skelton's daily drives up and down heavily traveled Princeton-Glendale Road, she all too often winds up sitting in a traffic backup at the railroad tracks between East Kemper and Crescentville roads.
Pulfer: Billions for cars, cheap cup holder in return|
My sister-in-law has a Mini Cooper. This little automobile is so cute I can't walk past without patting its little bumper.
Korte: Inside City Hall
To be sure, there's a lot more to a council member's job than showing up once a week and voting.
Howard: Good things happening
Eric Henn, a muralist, is busy scraping and removing plastic covering, piece by piece, in preparation for restoring a part of history in Middletown.
Man loses wife, 4 children in flood
A Cincinnati-area family is mourning the deaths of four children swept away with their mother in the family minivan by a flash flood in eastern Kansas.
Rain not letting up after flooding
A steady pounding of rain since mid-afternoon Monday caused minor flooding west of Cincinnati, and more rain is expected today, according to the National Weather Service.
Auction, dinner all for charity
WEST CHESTER TWP. - A deep-sea fishing trip, a diamond pendant, and Bengals and Reds tickets are on the auction block for this year's Key Event, which benefits the Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty.
Authors at St. Ursula
Two nationally renowned authors will speak to students and parents at St. Ursula Academy in the next two weeks.
Church proud of last 100 years
WESTWOOD - In the weeks leading up to St. Catharine of Siena's Sept. 21 Centennial Jubilee, members of this Catholic parish look back on 100 years of rich history.
WEST CHESTER TWP. - A barn near busy Tylersville Road burned down Sunday night. No one was injured, and no other buildings were damaged.
Vet steering healthy aquarium
His job with the Newport Aquarium at one time was paying close attention to the sea creatures: watching them, caring for them and performing surgery on them.
Gambling tricky issue in campaign for governor
COVINGTON - The issue of legalized gambling has touched off a debate between camps of the gubernatorial candidates, Democrat Ben Chandler and Republican Ernie Fletcher.
Couple to renew vows at festival
COVINGTON - The groom wore a bow tie with his T-shirt. The bride slipped a garter over her jeans. As they recited their vows in front of a beer booth, thousands of strangers clucked their way through the chicken dance.
Priests and Sexual Misconduct|
Four priests in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and two priests who formerly served in the Diocese of Covington have been suspended and/or accused of sexual misconduct in a scandal that has swept across the country. Click here for an archive of Enquirer reports.
Erpenbeck Investigation |
Bill Erpenbeck was one of the Tristate's biggest home builders before his company crumbled in a bank fraud scandal that affected lenders, subcontractors and home owners. Click here for links to all Enquirer reports.