Sunday, October 3, 2004
Local news briefs
Target stores ban bell ringers
The Salvation Army won't be allowed to ring its bells in front of Target stores this Christmas season.
Target Corp. has decided to enforce a "no solicitation" policy that had been waived in past years, said Tracy Hearn, spokeswoman for the Cincinnati area Salvation Army. In past years, the charity's bell-ringers collected about $75,000 a year at Target stores, which comprised nearly 20 percent of local area collections.
Holiday items for sale at center
The "Mistletoe Market'' will be today, 1-5 p.m. at the Fort Thomas Community Center.The holiday crafts show will feature home goods, decor, books, clothing, jewelry and other items. The center is in Tower Park, 950 S. Fort Thomas Ave. Contact Debbie Coulter, (859) 760-6041, for information.
Church offers animal blessing
New Thought Unity Center will hold its annual pet blessing at 2 p.m. today in the front yard of the Youth and Family Building, 2409 Grandview Ave., Walnut Hills. Any type of animal is welcome. Last year, Unity blessed cats, dogs, a hamster and a horse. For information, call (513) 961-2527.
Ray Road in Morgan Township, Butler County, will be closed Monday until the week of Nov. 1 for a bridge replacement. The road will be closed one mile north of Carolina Trace Road and 80 feet south of Schoenling Road.
Watch for lane restrictions on I-75, both north- and southbound, between the Ohio River and I-74, because of overhead sign replacement. Also, watch for work crews changing overhead signs from the Indiana border to Exit 5/I-275 on I-74. The projects are scheduled to be completed by Oct. 30.
Bush mocks 'Kerry Doctrine' on global policy
Fernald waste still needs home
6 boys admit to year of thefts
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Superintendent stops student film
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