A series of chance occurrences led Julia Huff toward her position as this community’s newest police officer.
An accident this morning will result in a two- to three-hour power outage today in the Oxford area while an electrical pole is replaced.
Talawanda’s efforts at improving STEM education have drawn the attention of a national organization and brought Cincinnati Reds pitcher Burke Badenhop to Bogan Elementary to help present a $5,000 donation to the district.
After months of debates, revisions and a lawsuit, a controversial housing development will be built on the south side of Oxford.
Part of TriHealth’s expanding presence in Butler County will be a new partnership with the management of the approximately $350 million Liberty Center retail development, the Journal-News has learned.
McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital has received its single largest gift in hospital history, a contribution that has helped kick off a new fundraising campaign to renovate the Oxford emergency department and surgical suites.
Nonprofit health care system TriHealth announced Monday that Chief Executive Officer John Prout has begun a three-month medical leave after having “scheduled, successful heart surgery” this morning at Good Samaritan Hospital.
The Altrusa Club of Hamilton held its sixth annual spelling bee on Friday, and the benevolent organization managed to raise awareness and money to help fund literacy projects across Butler County.
After closing a financing deal Friday, construction on a natural gas-fired power plant in the city will start “immediately,” according to the project’s developer NTE Energy.
An Indiana woman has admitted guilt in a February crash that killed two people in Oxford Twp.Cherish H.
Local colleges say they have developed emergency protocols and have alert systems in place to deal with an active shooter on their campuses.
Thirty-two public entities in Butler and Warren counties received more than $250,000 in reimbursements as part of an $11.
An Oxford couple who owned an auctioneer business and scammed people out of money entered guilty pleas Thursday to multiple felony charges that could send them to prison for more than 20 years.
Miami University officials are saving too much money, hiring fewer tenure professors and funneling a large chunk of student fees to subsidize athletics, according to a financial consultant working with the school’s advocacy union for professors.
The 9-year-old boy accused of bringing a loaded gun to a Middletown elementary school on Sept. 10 was ruled incompetent to stand trial today, according to Butler County Juvenile Court Judge Kathy Romans.
A woman has been found guilty of several charges after she was found passed out in a vehicle with two small children in the back seat.
Monday’s opening of a new 55,000-square-foot Hobby Lobby is a sign of economic development to come, according to a consultant for Fairfield Twp.
When the Oxford Literacy Team won the inaugural group Unsung Heroes award from the United Way of Oxford last month, someone finally sang the group’s praises publicly after it did its work quietly for eight years.
Miami University officials have approved a number of multi-million dollar construction projects on the campus in coming years.
Speaker John Boehner’s sudden resignation Friday stunned and disappointed many area residents and officials who characterized the 13-term congressman’s departure as a great loss for the region.