Sunday, April 18, 2004

News briefs



Holocaust victims honored at service

KENWOOD - As part of International Holocaust Remembrance Day today, the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education will hold a 2 p.m. memorial service with a lecture and children's choir performances at Yavneh Day School, 8401 Montgomery Road.

Festival celebrates Appalachia culture

OXFORD - A celebration of blues and Appalachian music, crafts, storytelling and food is 11 a.m.-11 p.m. today, High and Main streets. Free.

Take a walk on the wildflower side

COLLEGE HILL - A staff naturalist will guide the public on a spring wildflower walk, 2-3:30 p.m. today, LaBoiteaux Woods, 5400 Lanius Lane. Free.

Presbyterians present concert

HYDE PARK - Earl Rivers will conduct a 3 p.m. performance today by the Knox Presbyterian Choir and Orchestra at the church, 3400 Michigan Ave. Free.

TRAFFIC WATCH

• Watch for lane closures on the I-71 "Big Mac" Daniel Carter Beard Bridge today. A northbound lane will close beginning at 9 a.m.and a southbound lane will close 7 a.m.-3 p.m. daily until further notice.

• The right lane of northbound I-275, from Ohio 32 to mile marker 32, is closed to complete noise wall construction. This is expected to last through May.

• At 9 a.m. Monday, 10th Street/Memorial Parkway in Newport will be closed between Monroe Street and the Interstate 471 ramp for six months. Follow posted detours.




CPS ENROLLMENT
Falling enrollment threatens $1B plan
More parents turn to charters
$1B school construction project under way

IRAQ HOSTAGE
Support, optimism pour forth for hostage
Yellow ribbons, flags fly off shelves in support of soldier

TOP STORIES
Police reach for the skies in tech wave
Stores could clean up area
Museum's impact analyzed

IN THE TRISTATE
Don't tip canoe on Mill Creek cleanup
Township battles growth
Columbia Twp. commits to a plan for the future
Colleges plan graduations
County program keeps eye on kids
News briefs
Neighbors briefs
Papal artifacts exhibit ends today
17-year-old injured as car flips on I-74

ENQUIRER COLUMNISTS
Bronson: Media, Dems running amok like Woody
Event to honor donor families

LIVES REMEMBERED
Jackie Cox, 69, was 'Mom' to customers
Lou Eves, Mason's longest-serving mayor
Margaret Kling, 82, interested in politics

KENTUCKY STORIES
Lakota to host regional kid 'Idol'
Family saying goodbye to farmland, way of life
Teen gives homework help
Fund open to help Ludlow schools
Murphy gunning for Clooney
Schools enduring delayed budgeting
Family, friends eulogize fallen soldier
Kentucky briefs