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The Hamilton Police Department and Animal Friends Humane Society are offering a reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person... [Read More]
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Some residents who rely on the area's Meals on Wheels program were greeted by an additional visitor Monday when they received their meal delivery. [Read More]
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Kettering expects to land 150 or more new jobs with an e-retailer company planning to go in the Kettering Business Park. [Read More]
Washington Township's annual State of the Township Report highlighted a period of growth and strong economic development in 2018. [Read More]
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Washington Township's annual State of the Township Report highlighted a period of growth and strong economic development in 2018. [Read More]
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Oakwood school officials have named Julia Belden as the district's new chief financial officer/treasurer. [Read More]
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Centerville school officials said they would not tolerate racism after a photo with racist words surfaced. [Read More]
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The Centerville-Washington Park District received grant funding to demolish the former Hithergreen Center in Washington Twp. and make it a park. [Read More]
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Centerville school officials said they would not tolerate racism after a photo with racist words surfaced. [Read More]
Kettering is one of a handful of cities that is looking a contract with the ARC for cat control. City officials are working on finding... [Read More]
Oakwood Board of Education members have taken the final step to place a two-part request seeking new money on the May 7 ballot. [Read More]
Kettering school board members have taken the first steps needed to place a levy renewal on the fall ballot. [Read More]
The U.S. Senate this week passed the Caring Recovery for Infants and Babies (CRIB) Act which will help Brigid's Path. [Read More]
The Dayton-area's lone abortion provider has appealed a judge's decision in late August to uphold a state ruling that would force it to close. [Read More]
The Ohio Liquor Control Commission revoked the liquor permit of Sharkey's bar, an adult entert... [Read More]
The Ohio Liquor Control Commission said it found food stamps were used for lap dances and drugs at Sharkey's bar. [Read More]
The Ohio Liquor Control Commission said it found food stamps were used for lap dances and drugs at Sharkey's bar. [Read More]
When two of her closest friends were battling cancer eight years ago, Washington Township resident, Sue Forrest, decided to provide comfort to them. [Read More]
Six Butler County projects aimed at reducing infant mortality will receive more than $2 million from the Ohio Department of Medicaid. [Read More]
Yankee Station in Washington Township is be developed to add 12 to 13 tenants. [Read More]
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