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.
Miami University and Mercy Health — Cincinnati are partnering to offer sports medicine services for students and new academic programs around the state.
Both a resident and the city’s vice mayor spoke out against a proposed student housing development south of town, as City Council continued to debate the controversial project Tuesday.
A Butler County Sheriff’s deputy has been charged with a sex crime involving a minor, according to Sheriff Richard Jones.
Dozens of Miami University leaders Monday supported a plan to make changes to the regional campuses in Middletown and Hamilton but said they still have concerns about the future of the colleges.
Warmer temperatures and sunny days bring more people outdoors, including children who are ready to play in the fresh air.
For 21 years, until he retired in 2006, Ralph Bane served as single copy director of the Middletown Journal.
The Cincinnati Zoo added hives for 250,000 honeybees last week to its Warren County development, one of the cornerstones of the county’s plan for 26 square miles that is a big chunk of remaining undeveloped land between Cincinnati and Dayton.
Pancakes and community will come together Saturday, April 25, when the Oxford Kiwanis Club holds its 59th annual Pancake Day to support various youth programs.
Changes to Miami University’s campuses in Middletown and Hamilton will begin this summer, once the university’s board of trustees approves a plan for regional colleges’ future.
1. Under these recommendations, what will the regional campuses’ relationship with the main campus in Oxford look like in coming years?
Topgolf is ‘interested’ in building a 64,232-square-foot recreational entertainment facility at the second phase of The Streets of West Chester.
Two former Miami University students admitted in court Thursday that they scrawled offensive graffiti on campus and pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges.
A new president has been named at Cincinnati-based TriHealth.Mark Clement, who comes to TriHealth from Rochester Regional Health System in New York, begins the new role May 26.