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Longtime Warren County nurse practitioner Mary Raab has seen the medical profession transformed over her 42-year career.
1. Troy stops permits for medical marijuana An emergency ordinance imposing a moratorium for 180 days on the granting of any permit allowing retail dispensaries was passed by the Troy City Council.
Local wage-earners are about to get the news about a proposed tax hike. Fliers from Lebanon City Council outlining plans to halve the 1.
UPDATE @ 2:50 p.m. (July 8)Clearcreek Twp. police confirm the escaped bull “Dumpster Diver” from Fox Hollow Rodeo was spotted Thursday night and shot and killed by police near the intersection of Bunnell Hill and Lower Springboro roads.
CLEARCREEK TWP.U.S. 42 section to close for a month for culvert workReplacement of two culverts just north of Old State Route 122 and south of Pekin road will being next week.
An attorney has been appointed to represent Mohammed Laghaoui, the man accused of wounding his father and a Warren County sheriff’s deputy during an active shooter incident on June 9.
WAYNESVILLESchool board considers Sauerkraut Festival commitmentsThe Wayne Local Schools Board of Education will consider on July 11 granting permission to the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival committee to use the school district’s forklift, gators, buses, crossing signs, van and other equipment for the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival.
UPDATE @ 12:05 a.m. (July 2): A Waynesville woman will be going to jail after crashing her minivan in Spring Valley, Greene County, to end a police pursuit that began with a traffic stop in Waynesville.
State officials are warning people to follow state laws, especially those related to alcohol, while boating and fishing over this holiday weekend.
Name: LoganGender: MaleColor: White and tigerAge: 10 monthsWeight: 10 poundsWhy he is special: Logan was a stray in Waynesville.
The top returning rushers in the Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division from the 2015 high school football season.
Name: Bret GrismerSchool: WaynesvilleSport: TrackClass: 2016Age: 18Claim to fame: Track and fieldBet you didn’t know: I ran track in middle school and quit the first dayToughest opponent/why?
Name: Emily WellsSchool: WaynsevilleSport: SoftballClass: 2016Age: 17Claim to fame: Four-year varsity starterBet you didn’t know: I’m an only childToughest opponent/why?
BaseballSaturday’s ResultsRegional FinalDivision II at MasonBadin 10, Col. DeSales 0Badin 700 21 — 10 8 0Col.
Heading into the postseason, Northmont High School baseball coach Chuck Harlow was talking to a Greater Western Ohio Conference colleague about teams they might play.
BaseballDISTRICT FINALSMonday’s ResultsDivision IAt Western HillsLaSalle 10, Hamilton 0At ElderMilford 3, Springboro 1At CentervilleNorthmont 5, Harrison 2At FairmontBellefontaine 3, Loveland 1Division IIAt MasonMcNicholas 6, Waynesville 1Division IIIAt KingsCHCA 10, Carlisle 3Division IVAt Lebanon Jr.
Track & FieldSaturday’s ResultsDISTRICT TOURNAMENTDivision I at WayneBoysTeam Results: 1. Wayne 96; 2.
BaseballDISTRICT TOURNAMENTFriday’s ResultsDivision IIIVersilles 5, Summit Country Day 2Carlisle vs.
Chaminade Julienne juniors Lauren Pegues and Danielle Lewis enjoy bringing Eagles seniors Camile Stevenson and Tijuana Mills up to speed.
BaseballDistrict TournamentThursday’s ResultsDivision IBellefontaine 3, Beavercreek 1Hamilton 1, Moeller 0Harrison 4, Elder 2LaSalle 2, Kings 0Loveland 3, Mason 2Milford 3, Lakota East 1Northmont 2, Tecumseh 1Springboro 6, Fairmont 0Division IIBadin 5, Fenwick 0CJ 2, Madison 1McNicholas 5, New Richmond 0Reading 7, Taylor 2Tippecanoe 1, Spg.