Voters in Butler and Warren counties will have several school, library and public safety issues to consider in today’s special election.
A more than 100-year-old historic building at Miami University’s campus will continue to stand on campus, thanks to outcry from local residents, alumni and professors.
Cincinnati- and Dayton-area hospital networks have the following building projects in various stages in Butler and Warren counties: 1.
Voters who reside in the Fairfield, Hamilton, New Miami, Ross, Talawanda, or portions of Edgewood school districts will decide Tuesday whether to continue support for the Lane Libraries, which has a .
By July 2016, Miami University will implement a new plan that will make its regional campuses a unit, for now called the Miami University Regional System, offering students an increased number of four-year degree programs.
Butler County’s largest employer is on the search for a new leader.Miami University President David Hodge will retire in 2016 after 10 years of service to the school.
Despite objections from the community, Miami University trustees Friday approved planning that may eventually lead to the demolition of the historic Patterson place.
Few people would hang around overnight on a Friday at work, but Kramer Elementary teachers and the school principal did just that April 24, camping out on the roof of the school for the night.
Miami University professors formally launched Wednesday an advocacy chapter they hope will give them a louder voice for decision making on campus.
Pete Hironaka, a former artist for the Dayton Daily News who also also spent more than 42 years as an editorial cartoonist for “Pacific Citizen,” a national newspaper circulated among the Asian American community, passed away March 25 at the age of 87.
Bernard Phelps, founding executive director of Miami University Hamilton and a mayor of Oxford, died last Friday.
Miami University officials plan to demolish a more than 100-year-old historic property to make way for an estimated $27 million worth of new student housing.
Two men from similar blue-collar backgrounds, who both are successful in different careers, shared the spotlight Monday afternoon at Wildwood Elementary School.
Miami University President David Hodge said the school’s news $14 million indoor sports center — which had tremendous financial support from three football alums — only adds to what makes the school “special.
Motorists who drive through Oxford this summer will be routed off part of the city’s main artery as crews replace the bricks that make up High Street between Poplar Street and Campus Avenue.
Some professors at Butler County’s largest employer — Miami University — say they’re forming a new advocacy group because they feel ignored when major decisions are made on campus.
Two people are in the Butler County Jail after police said they were operating a meth lab in an Oxford hotel room.
A Butler County Sheriff’s deputy charged with a sex crime involving a minor was fired from his job with the department today, according to the Butler County Sheriff’s Office.
About $60,000 in damages were caused, a Middletown firefighter injured his back, a dog was killed and fire officials are still investigating how a house fire started Wednesday afternoon in the 3100 block of Omaha Street.
A top Ohio State University administrator who was once described as being responsible for creating “a new model of financing universities” will leave the school in May with a check for $1.