The Butler County land bank is considering commissioning a cost/benefit analysis, perhaps to be performed by students at Miami University.
Don Goodrich, 60, of Johnstown, Colo., stepped off a plane Saturday in Dayton and met his firstborn child, Julie Wikle, for the first time.
Combating the pervasive problem of bullying in schools will take a team effort, local experts say. And that means schools, students, parents and the community working together, not placing blame.
As you walk, bike or drive around the Oxford area this Memorial Day weekend, you may notice more American flags lining neighborhood streets this year thanks to the Rotary Club of Oxford’s patriotic community service program Oxford Community Stars and Stripes.
One member of the Talawanda High School class of 2015 will mark more than just the completion of his high school career.
As their year at Talawanda High School winds down, four foreign exchange students at the school this academic year have been worried that saying goodbye to their host families might be more difficult than leaving their homes last summer to come to the United States.
Graduation is Thursday for the Talawanda High School Class of 2015 marking both an end and a beginning for 252 members of the class.
Nobody can accuse Chandler Metcalf of passing up opportunities in her Talawanda High School experience as graduation nears this Thursday.
Dozens of craft makers, bakers and farmers are peddling their products at area farmers markets, many of which are kicking off this month across Butler County.
An Oxford Amtrak train stop has moved one step closer to reality now that the city has identified possible locations between High Street and the former Talawanda High School site on Locust Street.
The Butler County Veterans Service Commission has agreed to spend $30,000 on advertising to reach an estimated 25,000 veterans who might need their help.
A 28-year-old Indiana woman is facing felony charges for a February crash the killed two people in Oxford Twp.
Butler County residents will soon have more places to donate clothing and household items.Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries plans to open a new 10,000-square-foot retail and donation center at 203 South Locust St.
A former dry-cleaning property owned by the Pulley family will become a climate-controlled storage facility and business incubator now that City Council has approved the project.
Oxford police have more information about two men suspected in an armed robbery that occurred Sunday afternoon.
One of the “most inspiring women in America” told graduates, families and friends gathered at Miami University’s graduation ceremony Saturday in Oxford “people fall down, winners get up.
A marketing team comprised of Miami University students has started to implement its plans to help the Butler County Veterans Service Commission reach and assist more local veterans.
Hueston Woods Arts and Crafts Fair organizers are getting ready for the June 13-14 event and plan to make the Golden Anniversary celebration as special as they can for vendors, volunteers and visitors.
The company planning to build a $500 million natural-gas fired power plant in Middletown is continuing to work to close the financing deal with lenders to pay for the project, but still expects construction to begin this summer.
David Hodge won’t be president of Miami University after June next year, but he’ll continue to get paid like he’s still in charge of the college.