Wednesday, April 05, 2000

Explaining the plans

        • Today: 6:30 p.m. or 8 p.m., Bishop Fenwick High School library, for parents of students attending Fenwick or John XXIII Consolidated Elementary School.

        • Monday: 7 p.m., Fenwick library, for those who attend Holy Family in Middletown, Holy Name in Trenton, Our Lady of Sorrows in Monroe or Incarnation in Centerville.

        • Tuesday: 7 p.m., Fenwick library, for those attending St. Francis deSales in Lebanon, St. Henry in Springboro, Our Lady of Good Hope in Miamisburg or St. Mary's in Franklin.

        • April 12: 7 p.m., Old St. John Church in West Chester for those attending St. John, St. Maximilian Kolbe in Liberty Township or St. Susanna in Mason.


Area wins big in capital plan
Markets rebound from rout
Valuable violin goes to auction
DNA helps find African roots
Many Ohioans find e-returns less taxing
Faux fax fails to free Ohio strangler
Her dying words accuses husband
Court upholds ruling in Culberson case
Getting Son of Beast ready to roll
Stories, razzing and affection are a lunchtime ritual for father and sons
Video guru gets jump on HDTV with 'Water's Edge'
A Journey of faith
CFT sues charter schools
Child support system changing
Cook earns respect of all
DeLuca file
Driver jailed and fired
Ex-board member: Charter school regulations lax
- Explaining the plans
Four schools sued by teachers union
Guardsmen come home today
Health issues event focuses on minorities
Lawyer's ouster sought in transracial-adoption case
Loveland group pushing to save park
Math course moves along step by step
Miami groups build dreams
Miami University job fair popular among employers
Middletown board debate boils over
Pete Rose's mother dies
Plan to move Fenwick forums' focus
Planning office expected to return
Rogers won't appeal testing requirement
Tenant charged in death of woman
Tristate News Summary
Warren schools lose administrator
Queen City's moments to shine reflected in book