We just had an earthquake in Cincinnati. It was centered on the New Madrid faultline along the Ohio River near Evansville, Ind., according to the real-time United States Geological Survey Web site.
CityBeat has the scoop. Some firefighters are pretty upset with their command staff over having them clean up a new firehouse before they can start using it. I’d say that would not be in their job description, but, hey, that’s just me.
I missed Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory‘s first press briefing of the year Tuesday, but heard a story on WVXU-FM and then read on the Enquirer’s political blog that the mayor “expects recommendations from the GoCincinnati study.” Well, that reminded me that, uh, yeah, I wrote about that already. In The Post. But it appeared in […]
The New Year got off to a perilous start at University Hospital in Avondale, a Cincinnati neighborhood. A medevac helicopter from Kentucky – attempting to take off around 6 a.m. New Year’s Day – abruptly slammed into the top-floor helipad atop University Hospital, just floors above the emergency department, said Liz Matern, a nursing supervisor […]
UPDATE II: The photos have been posted to Flickr for awhile now. But if you have not seen the photos I took of the president’s visit, click on the one above – of President Bush deboarding Air Force One at Lunken Aiport – to be taken to the rest of the shots from that day. […]
UPDATE: Cincinnati Police clarified that Zachariah Hassell surrendered himself to the Criminal Investigations Section on Broadway, downtown, and was not apprehended, per se. Just a few minutes ago I received an e-mail from Cincinnati Police Department public information officer Fran Cihon. And few times have I been happier. Why? They caught Zachariah Hassell, the barely […]
The following is my Cincinnati Post column from Oct. 6, 2007. It did not appear on the Post’s Web site and a few of those who read it online have asked to have it posted. Thank you for asking for it, and here you go… Budgets are not popular political issues. Maybe that is why […]
The following is my Cincinnati Post column from Sept. 29, 2007. It did not appear on the Post’s Web site and a few of those who read it online have asked to have it posted. Thank you for asking for it, and here you go… This week, supporters of a sales tax increase to fund […]
Kentucky Gov. Ernie Fletcher boogies to Elvis impersonator Steve Chuke’s groovy singing at the Kenton County senior citizens picnic at the fairgrounds Thursday morning. Fletcher said he feels very comfortable in Northern Kentucky, which may have lead to him agreeing to dance with the woman in this photo, who requested the governor’s dance on the […]
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