Friday, October 22, 2004
Local news briefs
Hamilton Co. clinic offers 300 doses
The Hamilton County General Health District has about 300 doses of the flu vaccine that it will distribute at a public clinic Oct. 27. But you must call today between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to make a reservation, and you must fall into one of the high-risk categories. Those include: people 65 years of age and older; people age 9-64 with underlying chronic medical conditions; pregnant women; and children 9-18 who take aspirin daily. The pediatric vaccine is not available at this clinic. The clinic runs between 9 a.m. and noon at 4300 Springdale Road, Colerain Township. Reservations: (513) 347-3273. Information: www.hamiltoncountyhealth.org. Also, Fort Hamilton Hospital has exhausted its flu-vaccine supply and has canceled its vaccination dates. The cancelled clinic dates were both Monday at Fitton YMCA and at the Center for Health and Wellness at the East Butler YMCA.
Crowley delivers city's endorsement
Cincinnati City Councilman David Crowley said Thursday he wanted to spare the city from a lawsuit when he personally delivered to Cincinnati Public Schools a council resolution endorsing the school district's renewal levy. The anti-tax group Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes filed a request Thursday for a temporary restraining order to stop the city. An attorney for the group said Wednesday that the resolution violates the city charter, which prohibits spending city money to campaign for a levy. The argument, Crowley said, was over the 37 cents it would cost to mail the resolution to the district. So, he said, he drove it there himself to prevent the city from having to pay hundreds of dollars in legal fees over the cost of a stamp.
How Seinfeld became 'Seinfeld'
Scenes from Jerry Seinfeld's 1989 Seinfeld pilot will be shown at 7 p.m. Sunday in Miami University's Williams Hall during a discussion about the evolution of the series. Rick Ludwin, NBC senior vice president for late-night and prime-time series - and a 1970 Miami graduate - will explain how the comedy, originally called The Seinfeld Chronicles, became a No. 1 hit show. The program is free and open to the public.
Interstate 275 westbound in Boone County from Mineola Pike to Ky. 212 will have the shoulders closed for roadwork today through Monday.
House Speaker Hastert campaigns for Davis
Bunning, Bush leads solidify
Dean uses his energy for Kerry
Bush, Kerry virtually tied in Ohio polling
Campaign cash reports filed
Commission race costliest
Sycamore levy's battle lines clear
Candidate aims win as write-in
Lakota vs. Lakota fires up the fans
Defiant Blackwell rips judge
The provisional ballot conflict
K-9s might get their day
Will they be paid before they die?
IN THE TRISTATE
Church still pays for abuse
Former coach gets 3 years for sex with 13-year-old
Deerfield levy would hire 4 deputies
Convicted aide still working for Deters
West Side builder fined $45,000
Good Sam starts tower
Pro-repeal has $556K
Jailed, freed, ex-juror missing
Norwood fight continues
Regents upset over number in remedial college classes
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Downs: No margin of error with your bumper sticker
Good Things Happening
Ronald M. Beach put Clermont Co. on air
Civil rights fighter Ernest Waits dies
Ralph Weiskittel, 80, former Enquirer editor
Teens learn as 'drunk' stumbles
Baptist church marks 80 years
Covington studying Madison
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