Kerry making Ohio stop
COLUMBUS - Democratic front-runner John Kerry will campaign in Dayton and Columbus Wednesday during his first visit to Ohio in a year, campaign officials said Saturday. Details on the events are not yet complete, spokeswoman Kathy Roeder said. The Massachusetts senator who hopes to be president is gearing up for Ohio's March 2 primary. Kerry's campaign also opened an office in Columbus and announced its Ohio director Saturday: Antoinette Wilson, co-founder of Triumph Communications and Ohio political director for the Clinton-Gore campaign in 1996.
The northbound curb lanes of Mason-Montgomery Road will be closed to traffic between "New" Irwin Simpson Road and Socialville Fosters Road between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. through March 23 for installation of a water line.
President's Day Closings
Postal Service: No delivery*
Cincinnati: One-day delay
Rumpke: Regular schedule
CSI: Regular schedule
Metro: Regular schedule
Parking meters: Coins required
City and county: Closed
Stock markets: Closed
Ohio E-check: Closed
*The Business Mail Entry Unit of the U.S. Postal Service on Dalton Avenue will be accepting bulk mailings from those who hold permits.
** Fifth Third Bank Marts in Kroger stores and the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport will be open.
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