Sunday, July 25, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 207
crash Training camp
preview section

The Bengals report Friday to Georgetown College with legitimate postseason hopes under second-year coach Marvin Lewis for the first time since the mid-90s.

Too fast, too young
Justin Lewis drove his Toyota Corolla the way he lived: fast and furious, despite his parents' efforts to hold him back.
Kids have a legal outlet to race
teen mom

genes Lung cancer gene region identified
University of Cincinnati scientists have located a region of genes that can increase a person's risk of developing lung cancer.
Detective work tracked genes

Epling home goes up for sale
Though the house is empty, Billie Epling's touches are everywhere. Now they belong to the city of Florence.

A colorful life,
steeped in art

For Linda Shearer, the new director of the Contemporary Arts Center, a colorful, path led her to Cincinnati.
Season will mix art, activism

Cassidy gets tough to give Bell new bounce
Cincinnati Bell Inc. has put its failed $4 billion investment in a national broadband network behind it, Jack Cassidy says.

home Ponds on parade
Home Style: Across Greater Cincinnati, water garden owners are throwing down the welcome mat this weekend. The public is invited to visit 26 water gardens during the second annual Parade of Ponds.

Saab, Subaru join forces on compact
When word broke that Saab would sell a revised version of the all-wheel-drive Subaru Impreza wagon, Saab loyalists despaired.

Complete local news report

Swing-state status lifts Ohio prestige
Group to help save species
Pay-to-play program lags
White's Senate position onerous
Fair evolution: Shorter, diverse

    • More local news ...

Complete sports report

Reds are searching for answers
Off-court woes won't hinder recruiting
Even tennis qualifier contains elite
Armstrong virtually wraps up Tour title
Senior Olympian makes most of shot

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Parties must try to field full slates
Lack of dollars at root of problem
Letters: Unopposed candidates
Parents hold the key to literacy
More letters: The 9-11 commission report

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Look Who's Talking: Diana Davis
Farmers get an early start
Tristate business notes
Electronics puts furniture on diet
MBA? It's passe. PSM? It's in

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Opera season falls short of expectation
Seinfeld still king of funny nothings
More stars are giving albums a spin
A soup 'n' salad picnic
Alley to star in 'Fat Actress'

    • More tempo news..

keyword search
Search our site by keyword:  
Search also: News | Jobs | Homes | Cars | Classifieds | Obits
Events | Dining | Movies | Hotels | Golf | Maps/Directions

Search Local Yellow Pages with


Realtor listings
Rental communities

Search classifieds:

Optional keyword/s:

Search for rentals


Search used cars

Find a local dealer:


Search classifieds
Place an ad now!

Eckberg: Former owner of a business can haunt you
Demaline: 'Ragtime' veteran returns to stage as love interest in 'Side Show'
Crowley: Deja vu once again as Clooney shuns his fellow Democrats
Bronson: Center woes: What to do? Oh, nothing
Good Things Happening
Good Things Happening in Kentucky

More Enquirer columnists...

Election 2004



stock quotes
Index Last Change
Dow 10846.29 -166.89
Nasdaq 2054.11 -36.13
S&P 500 1242.29 -16.31
Enter company name/symbol: 

Jim Borgman
Today's Cartoon


Subscribe to one of our FREE E-mail newsletters

Freetime E-Mail
What's going on around town?

Reds E-Mail
The latest news and moves.

Bengals E-Mail
Weekly Bengals news updates.

ap headlinesf

Massive Recall of Acetaminophen Underway

AP: Startling Findings in Tillman Probe

Deadly Storm Wipes Out Road at Mt. Hood

1 Dead in Calif. Train Derailment

Houston Landscaper Accused of Bigotry

Army Officer to Be Court-Martialed

Four Plead Guilty in Ore. Ecoterror Case

Army Charges Ex-Sergeant in 3 Killings

Ex-Black Panther's Conviction Questioned

El Nino Expected to Continue Into 2007

special sections

Great Neighborhoods
Great Neighborhoods
The places we call home
Your Health, Your Money
An Enquirer special report:
Your Health, Your Money
How-to Guide
How-To Guide
Helpful hints from experts
College Connection
Guide to higher education:
College Connection