Sunday, September 21, 2003

Montgomery, Sycamore: The next section's for you



Attention residents of Montgomery and Sycamore Township: Your communities will be the subject of the next Enquirer "Great Neighborhoods" section, to be published Oct. 7.

We'd like to know what people in your community are talking about.

If you have a question or concern, and would like to get some answers from local officials, please send an e-mail to Dave Hofmeister at dhofmeister@enquirer.com. A selection of the best questions will be published in the section.

The Enquirer also will sponsor a "town hall" meeting that evening. A location for the session will be announced soon.




SPECIAL REPORT: COLLISION COURSE
Brent Spence Bridge obsolete, dangerous
Do you drive the bridge? Rate the 'Fear Factor'
Photo gallery
15 deficient bridges: How Brent Spence compares
Accident stats show big rigs get a bad rap
History of the bridge
Who was Brent Spence?

ENQUIRER COLUMNS
PULFER: Dana Siegel gets the glorious gift of a second wind
BRONSON: A soldier returns from WMDs to BMWs
CROWLEY: Broadsides continue over sub
GOOD THINGS: Students help teacher turn 100

TOP STORIES
Oktoberfest today: Chicken dancing
German teens rate Oktoberfest 'like McDonald's'
Man to put gun, debate in open
Tourism officials excited by sub
Poor urged to go to polls

CINCINNATI-HAMILTON COUNTY
Jury award criticized
More to Madeira fest than fun, games
Montgomery, Sycamore: The next section's for you
Post-game rowdiness raises concerns
Regional Report

BUTLER-WARREN-CLERMONT
Speed trailer slammed by speeder
Mason schools to seek bond issue
Fairfield to break ground on community arts center
Survey gives Miami low marks on diversity
Miami lines up big names for lecture series

OBITUARIES
Nancy Neumann promoted peace
John Peter owned Norwood cafeteria

OHIO
Ohio Bicentennial Notebook
Ohio Moments
Policeman accused of church break-in
Man freed from prison in child pornography case

KENTUCKY
Accused Covington teacher identified
Tobacco debate frays nerves
Murder warrants issued in 3 slayings