Oxford plans to make improvements to the area of Chestnut Street by installing new signals and by realigning roads to improve a problem intersection in that area.
A Miami University student is recovering from injuries he suffered after falling 14 feet from a balcony at the Brick Street tavern in Oxford, where he was celebrating his 21st birthday.
Ask most Middletonians and they’ll tell you that the city’s streets are in terrible shape.Fixing the city’s network of cracked, crumbling and pothole-laden roads will be a pricey proposition that won’t happen quickly.
A career fair being held Wednesday could be the last chance for job seekers to meet with multiple Liberty Center tenants at once and submit their resumes before the mega retail complex opens in October.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, announced Tuesday that Miami University’s airport will receive more than $44,000 for efficiency and improvements.
The United Way agencies that serve Butler and Warren county residents are asking donors for about $1 million less than was contributed last year, according to their campaign goals.
Local leaders are making efforts to add more train stops throughout the Midwest and in southwest Ohio.
In an effort not to waste money, Miami University is using its waste to save money.The university has invested in multiple green energy initiatives, including a $30,000 to $50,000 machine that turns the food waste from the Garden Commons dining hall into wastewater that won’t clog up landfills.
Lane Library patrons here will be without full service for about one month as staff members complete the move to the new branch facility on South Locust Street.
Roundabouts — circular intersections where drivers travel counterclockwise around a center island — have significantly lowered vehicle crash rates and improved safety on local roads, Butler County officials say.
Fifth Third Bank has identified two branch offices in its Cincinnati-Dayton division set to close as part of previously announced plans to shed about 100 branches.
The United Way of Oxford Ohio and Vicinity aimed higher with its annual fund-raising campaign, kicking it off Wednesday with a goal of raising $252,000.
Hundreds of jobs are available at hospital and doctor networks in the region, including clinical and non-clinical positions, and a series of upcoming job fairs are being held to fill openings.
Cohen Recycling’s plans to invest approximately $7 million to expand its electronics waste recycling operations join a list of major companies growing their Middletown operations with new construction projects.
An Oxford couple is continuing a 44-year-old Middletown tradition by operating the Academy of Dance Arts.
A new three-year plan will guide the clinical priorities of McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital/TriHealth.
The city has spent almost a half-million dollars on newly completed firehouse renovations that improve working conditions for its firefighters, officials said.
As Miami University students moved in for the new school year this week, the reconstructed “Fiji” house on High Street took in new residents for the first time since it burned in a fire two years ago.
The city of Middletown will be closing South Main Street from Ohio 4 to the city limits for road work starting Monday, Aug.
TriHealth and The Urology Group announced Thursday a formalized agreement to provide urological services to patients throughout the TriHealth system.