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A Franklin company is the latest target of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration in its quest to reduce injuries, deaths and safety violations in the metals industry.
On Monday, many area communities will honor those who died serving this country with memorial services.
The holder of a $1 million-winning Powerball ticket purchased March 23 at a Speedway station in New Carlisle has not cashed it in.
Montgomery County has seen Ohio’s biggest increase in traffic fatalities in 2013 as similar deaths across the state decline.
The majority of Ohio public high school seniors still graduate from traditional schools but a growing number of them are graduating from non-traditional high schools, including brick-and-mortar charter schools, e-schools and the newest entry, STEM schools.
There are 541 bridges across southwest Ohio that are rated functionally obsolete by the government, state records show (See the full list and more details on each bridge here).
Area health officials saw a dramatic increase last year in cases involving a dangerous form of bacteria that can be transmitted through water, and as pools open for the season this weekend staffs are preparing to combat recreational water illnesses.
Margarette Shegog knows she won’t be “making the big bucks” as a primary care doctor working in an under-served minority community, but that’s exactly what she plans to do after graduating from Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine on Friday.
About 100 people gathered downtown as part of a Dayton Tea Party rally against the controversial actions by the Internal Revenue Service.
Salem Avenue was reopened shortly before 11 p.m. tonight after the Dayton Bomb Squad removed three suspected explosive devices.
Fairmont High School’s twin towers, Makayla Waterman and Kathryn Westbeld, have been known commodities for some time.
BaseballSECTIONAL TOURNAMENTDIVISION ISt. Xavier 3, Talawanda 2Lakota East 5, Glen Este 4Centerville 5, Fairmont 1SoftballSECTIONAL TOURNAMENTDIVISION IIFranklin 21, Alter 0, 5 inn.
BaseballNoah McGillivary hit a walk-off two-run single in the bottom of the seventh to help Waynesville (22-2) knock off Dixie in Division III sectional baseball.
BaseballSECTIONAL TOURNAMENTWednesday’s ResultsDIVISION IIIBadin 11, East Clinton 0, 5 inn.Carlisle 10, Dayton Christian 1Fenwick 5, Madison 3Miami East 10, Northwestern 0, 5 inn.
Erik Sondergelt has never been tabbed MVP of the Wayne High School football program. But he should be.
Poll Southeastern Conference fans and the majority would scoff at an SEC school rebuilding its football program by recruiting Ohio.
BASEBALLBATTING (min. 50 at-bats)Player H/AB AVG.R. Kensinger, Xenia Chr. 38/57 .667C. Nealeigh, Greenville 48/76 .
BaseballWest Carrollton 1, Miamisburg 0: Mikel Merker got his first win for West Carrollton and took a no-hitter into the seventh, where it was broke up by the first batter of the inning.
BOYS TENNISSWBL BUCKEYE DIVISION TOURNAMENTTEAM RESULTS: 1. Milton-Union 56, 2. Carlisle 41, 3. Dixie 39, 4.
Centerville (22-1) won its 18th straight game with a 2-1 victory over Northmont, and remained spotless at 10-0 in the Greater Western Ohio Conference Central in Wednesday baseball action.