Ohio — as it typically has been — will be one of the key swing states the national will look upon in determining who wins the presidency this November, and the millennial vote could determine how Ohio swings.
A senior-laden Talawanda volleyball team is hoping to win the school’s third league championship in five years as the seven senior players look to lead their team to a second consecutive Southwest Ohio Conference title.
Grand juries, which meet in secret, review criminal charges brought by police and prosecutors and investigate possible criminal behavior.
City Council members and department heads had the opportunity to tour the new Kramer Elementary building prior to their meeting Sept.
Two area women are pouring their hearts into a new wine bar set to open in downtown Middletown early next month West Central Wine is nearing completion of renovations at a 1,500-square-foot storefront at 1120 Central Ave.
Parents gave high marks to the Talawanda School District in an annual satisfaction survey.The survey of parents in the district has been done each of the past five years and the trend has been favorable, the board heard during a presentation last month.
It was rocket science when Talawanda Middle School teacher Mary Ruppert went away to summer camp this year.
When Ella Cope learned about the importance of bees and the shrinking bee population, she decided to do something to help bees flourish in her community.
A rolling methamphetamine lab was found early this morning after a serious crash in Hanover Twp., according to the Butler County Sheriff’s Office.
A Miami University professor is among the 23 people named a 2016 MacArthur Fellow — recipients of the so-called “genius grants.
Crews were called this evening to a report of a house fire in Hanover Twp. between Hamilton and Oxford.
For the third time this year Miami University has suspended a fraternity, this time for hazing violations.
A man faces drug charges after the Butler County Sheriff’s Office bomb unit responded to a report of an unattended backpack in Oxford Uptown park.
The power of positive thinking and making a routine blood donation resulted in winning a trip for two to Alaska.
As a promising new academic year begins at all Miami campuses, excitement is running especially high at Miami University Regionals.
The upcoming weekend is Oxford’s busiest for local environmental festivals. The 10th annual Hike-a-Thon is Saturday, Sept.
Emmy award-winning producer, director and photojournalist Glenn Hartong will present “The Dark Art of Presidential Political Advertising” from 7 to 8:30 p.
College students across Ohio returning to campus after a summer marked by heightened discussion of sexual assaults are being greeted with more training in assault prevention and increasingly stringent definitions of “consent” as the state struggles to gather meaningful data on the topic.
That dash between Sept. 12, 1916, when Everett West Sherron was born in Paducah, Ky., and when he dies — the day this world looses a treasure — has been filled with a lifetime of achievements.
An increase in the cost of school lunches, a change in the previously-approved 2017-18 school year calendar and a contract with the city of Oxford for mutual use of facilities were all approved at the Talawanda Board of Education meeting Sept.