Sunday, January 4, 2004

TO OUR READERS: What do you think of our changes?



A month ago, The Cincinnati Enquirer made some significant changes to its coverage of local news. We added more space and introduced new features and columnists. We also broadened our coverage of area neighborhoods and such important topics as education. What do you think of the changes?

Please, feel free to contact us and share your thoughts. We're always seeking ways to be even more relevant in the daily lives of readers.

Or, if you have a news tip that we should pursue, please call or e-mail.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Richard Green, Local News editor, rgreen@enquirer.com or (513) 768-8477




GOOD THINGS HAPPENING
Local Red Cross gets some relief

TOP LOCAL HEADLINES
Memories get razed as 'McMansions' rise
Scientist to help build the case against Saddam
Many eager to testify to Saddam's evil
Freeze to follow balmy weekend
At 30, library in its prime
E-check set for speedier testing
Twitty counsels: 'Wait and see'
Groom needs good excuse to miss today's bridal show
1 dead, dozen hurt in collision
Police handing out locks for guns
Ex-con questioned in I-270 shootings
Minstrels mingle with sprites at cathedral
Rumpke workers fear for safety
First homicide victim of 2004 identified
TO OUR READERS: What do you think of our changes?

EDUCATION HEADLINES
Head Start expansion proposal criticized

NEIGHBORS HEADLINES
Mayor ends 20-year tenure
Family of five adds four more for holidays
Parks director says Miami bike path traces history
Fairfield-based troops bid families adieu

LIVES REMEMBERED
James Nolan, 75, dedicated life to peace
David Nordyke, 51, leader of charter school