This is no Halloween trick — two editions of the Oxford Press in one week, and one with a Sunday edition of the Journal-News included.
Two make reports of pickpocketingTwo men made reports to police of being victims of pickpockets on the same day, although one made the report more than two weeks after the theft.
As good as the Thanksgiving Day meal may be, the best eating comes through the rest of the holiday weekend.
A second round of grants by the W. E. Smith Family Charitable Trust totaling more than $18,500 to fund history-related projects and programs brings the total awarded this year to nearly $82,500.
A life told in Christmas stories is the theme of “50 Christmases, Stories of Love, Hope and Reconciliation in Christmastide: A Memoir” written by Tom Poetter, a professor in Department of Educational Leadership at Miami.
Students could pay as much as 8 percent more in the coming years to live in one of Miami University’s dorms.
For almost 18 years, Fairfield Framing Gallery has been decorating local walls by putting the finishing touches on customers’ memorable photos, displaying their most prized keepsakes or showcasing art.
A 28-year-old College Corner man was injured after he drove his Ford 150 pickup truck into a tree around 9:30 p.
Shopping local can strengthen an entire community, because small businesses tend to pay more in local taxes, often pay higher wages and order supplies and contract services from other local businesses, said Greg Kathman, economic development manager for the city of Fairfield.
Fifteen small businesses in Oxford have opted to participate in the Oxford Chamber of Commerce’s “Shop Small, Shop Local, Shop Oxford” campaign.
The city of Hamilton will be paying out approximately $200,000 in unused vacation and sick leave to seven employees who are retiring at the end of this week before new pension rules with the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) take effect, according to the city’s finance director.
Miami University is celebrating its latest top ranking.The university’s study abroad program is second in the nation, in a ranking released by the Institute of International Education.
A task force charged with examining the future of Miami University’s regional campuses has recommended a series of changes to the regional system in a report out today.
Several local Chambers of Commerce are organizing campaigns to boost foot traffic at small local businesses in the area and to rally support for this week’s Small Business Saturday.
OhioMeansJobs — Butler County, the county’s only government-run job placement agency, has several upcoming hiring events open to the public.
Marching band has long enjoyed great success at Talawanda High School and that tradition continues even with a tougher competition schedule and more demands on the band members to take a greater leadership role.
Two years ago, our community was at risk of losing a vital United Way-funded program in the Rape Crisis Program.
The city plans to purchase the current Lane Library building after the branch moves to its new location in 2015.
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency said it approved on Nov. 5 an air permit for a natural-gas fired power plant proposed in Middletown, clearing one of the regulatory hurdles for the company before construction can start.
Man attempts to enter women’s carsAn officer running radar on Kehr Road saw a vehicle pull up behind him and a distraught female motorist said a man had just tried to get into her car while she was stopped at a red light at Chestnut and Locust streets.