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A Loveland woman suspected of crashing a stolen car into an Ohio Highway Patrol cruiser and leading police on a high-speed chase this morning faces multiple charges, police said.
An Ohio Highway Patrol trooper suffered minor injuries and two cruisers were damaged during a crash that ended a high-speed pursuit involving a stolen vehicle from Dayton, according to reports.
Lacing up the athletic shoes and running 3.1 miles will help two Lebanon High School students attend college.
A Warren County woman has been arrested for allegedly trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband.
A federal grand jury has charged six people, including four Middletown residents, with conspiring to distribute more than one kilogram of heroin.
A former Warren County Career Center clerk on Wednesday was placed on house arrest for 120 days and ordered to pay restitution of $4,753 she embezzled from the school.
The Clearcreek Twp. Fire District has cut a crew, potentially reducing response times from one of three stations.
Centerville Police cited 15 people ages 18 to 20 with underage consumption of alcohol after responding to a noise complaint early Friday in the 100 block of Zengel Drive.
When it comes to giving advice, solicited or not, no one does it better than mom. It doesn’t matter the topic (marriage, parenting, housekeeping, cooking) mom always seems to have the answers and often times, we take these golden nuggets of advice, and carry them with us throughout our lives, sometimes passing them along to our own children.
Thursday morning started out with an unusual conversation with my daughter NiNi. “Thanks for adopting me and giving me a good home,” NiNi said.
Dayton H.S. baseball Vandalia 2, Tippecanoe 1: Jake Larger pitched a complete game to improve to 2-0 and Logan Mann singled in both runs for Vandalia (3-0).
Exiting the bus at the Stebbins Softball Complex in Greenville it’s one of the first things opponents see: the huge green scoreboard 28 feet wide and 13 feet tall towering in left field.
As the team’s No. 3 hitter and an all-league selection at designated hitter, Lebanon High School senior Casie Hutchinson isn’t one to hesitate or hold back with her powerful swing.
If there’s a program first-year Monroe coach Harry Phillips would pattern his team after, it’s the Bellbrook Golden Eagles.
After dropping their first two games by double digits and seeing their slim lead disappear Friday, the Lebanon Warriors decided they’d had enough.
Luke Morgan of Lebanon High School had a 12-yard touchdown run in overtime, but couldn’t score on the two-point attempt to take the lead as the Warriors fell 27-26 to Miamisburg on Friday night.
The showdown Monday night for the Greater Western Ohio Conference South Division title between Lebanon and Springboro came down to one big play.
Battling more than the usual bumps and bruises this early in the high school football season, the beat-up Centerville Elks delivered some punishment of their own Friday night.
By John Cummings Contributing Writer With the Centerville boys soccer team sitting atop the first area coaches poll in Division I, it didn’t take the Elks long to get a ringing endorsement.
Until last week, it was easier for Austin Wolf to separate from a five-star cornerback recruit than define what grayshirting meant.