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UPDATE @ 5:10 p.m. (June 29): Moraine police have released a composite sketch of the man they say is responsible for a fatal road rage incident on Interstate 75 North on Memorial Day weekend.
Ohio has added more manufacturing jobs in the past year than any other state in the U.S. thanks in part to its booming aerospace and automotive industries, industry executives said.
CENTERVILLECity to host 42nd Americana FestivalThe city’s 42nd Annual Americana Festival will celebrate July 4th with a tribute to youth.
UPDATE @ 12:30 a.m. (June 27, 2015): Tommy Cooley has begun his jail sentence in the 2014 fatal shooting of his Telhurst Court neighbor, Gary Trudo.
HUBER HEIGHTSCity offering free concerts tickets to residentsThe city of Huber Heights has announced Huber Heights Appreciation Week for the Rose Music Center at The Heights.
The city is on the verge of giving its firefighters union a 2 percent pay increase, the first raise for Moraine employees since 2008.
Whether you’ve worked out with your significant other for years or are just thinking about getting fit as a duo, it’s important to stick with some ground rules.
UPDATE @ 12 a.m.:Police are working to clean up a crash that occurred in a construction zone on northbound I-75 in Moraine.
UPDATE @ 5:35 p.m.: Traffic at Dryden Road and Northlawn Avenue will resume after the accident that knocked down a pole and brought down power lines.
MIAMISBURGGreat Float scheduled for ThursdayMiamisburg is hosting the 2015 Great Float on Thursday.The event, presented by the Ohio Great Corridor Association, is set to begin at 5:30 p.
UPDATE 6/24 10:20 a.m.Grief counselors will be in Kettering Fairmont High School’s library today for anyone who needs help dealing with the news of a senior wrestler’s critical injuries.
A Dayton native has been named as the new boys basketball coach of the Monroe Hornets.Kenny Molz was hired as the team’s new coach and as a junior high language arts teacher Monday by the Monroe Board of Education.
Falling behind batters early was something Fairmont pitcher Chaney Morgan wanted to shake off. He scored a small victory at least for Monday’s regular-season high school baseball finale at Butler.
The following area high school seniors have signed, intend to sign national letters of intent or are verbally committed to play college athletics in 2015-16.
Kei’Vante Tanner of Fairmont High School (Division I), Franklin’s Luke Kennard (D-II), Kyle Ahrens of Versailles (D-III) and Tri-Village’s Colton Linkous (D-IV) are the 2015 All-Area boys high school basketball players of the year.
When Notre Dame women’s basketball coach Muffet McGraw summons bench help, Fairmont High School graduate Kathryn Westbeld answers the call.
Fairmont High School won its seventh straight girls basketball district championship Saturday, but Greater Western Ohio Conference champion Centerville couldn’t keep its own streak going.
Fairmont coach Lacy Romine probably raised a few opposing eyebrows when she lumped the Firebirds with top-seeded Springboro in the sectional tournament.
With time dwindling and a couple of called plays breaking down, Kei’Vante Tanner found himself hoping to improvise in the closing seconds of a tight game Tuesday night against Alter.
SOUTHWEST DISTRICTBOYS BASKETBALLTOURNAMENT DRAWDIVISION ICINCINNATI 1 SECTIONALAt Lakota West High SchoolSaturday, Feb.