Thursday, December 4, 2003

You have questions? We'll get answers

Are you curious about a neighborhood or community issue where you live? Wondering about a construction project that suddenly popped up? A traffic issue that you feel needs to be resolved? Or a gripe that you think local officials should address?

The Enquirer will get answers for you. Please send questions (with your name, address and phone number for verification) to Ask a Question, c/o Dave Hofmeister, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069. You may also send an e-mail to or a fax to 513-755-4150.

A selection of the best questions will be answered in a weekly column in the Metro (Local News) section each Saturday.

Don't worry about whether the question sounds silly or unimportant. We want to help you get answers. Just ask.

Coroner says struggle caused heart failure
City Council members livid over release of information
City leads the news
Crowd's questions exceed answers
Family says Jones was never violent
PCP abuse rare here, but catching on

You have questions? We'll get answers
Baseball boosters going on road trip
I-270 drivers alert for hidden shooter
'Arsenic' has weathered the decades well
Train ride highlights Christmas Cleves fest
Benefit raises thousands for Marine's widow
Easier radiation cleanup fought
Head Start's holiday brighter
Indian Hill seeks land to connect subdivision
Loveland delays church purchase
Mason school board starts steps for 1.8-mill bond issue
City looks at ways to reduce spending
Woman reports Monroe mayor to police
News briefs
Ex-officer enters guilty plea
Ohio moments
Ski slope's song: Let it snow
Giant food for thought
Public safety briefs
Classroom briefs
Springboro seeks to build two new elementary schools
Saving the Tower
Around the Tristate
Grant to help teachers advance

Good Things Happening
Crowley: Around Northern Kentucky
Bronson: Sensational, biased news stories stink

Couple's romance got rolling on a bus

Suit can proceed in 1994 fatality
Hebron fire chief resigns; cites health, stress
Disabled students move from wings into spotlight
Housing plan called inclusive