At one point, Hamilton actually lost production of the movie “Tiger” to another filming site, and the director of Film Hamilton is worried about losing more projects despite the city’s successful run of luring now four films to tape here.
Talawanda schools might push back the start of its school day 45 minutes so that middle and high school students can get more sleep.
A local non-profit plans is launching an annual event to ensure area residents don’t have to worry about feeding themselves or their family.
This city may soon join 119 other cities in 38 states — including four in Ohio — to establish citizen police oversight commissions.
A recent Lakota graduate is among the 10 Women of Excellence being honored this Friday by the West Chester-Liberty Chamber Alliance.
A Hamilton man was killed Friday night when he was apparently hit by a train in the area of Dixie Highway and Penn Lane.
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Sinclair Community College has landed Federal Aviation Administration permission to fly drones at two new spots, including the National Center for Medical Readiness in Fairborn, a college official said Thursday.
Veterans were remembered and saluted at the annual Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 11 in the Uptown parks as a line of Rotary Club members stood along the street holding flags.
Shoppers will get their first look at the $4.8 million renovation to the Kroger store, 428 Oxford State Road, starting Thursday morning.
An Oxford couple who owned an auctioneer business and scammed people out of money have been placed on probation.
A male student reported a sexual assault to Miami University Police Department that is currently under investigation, according to an alert on the university’s police website.
The city of Oxford is the latest jurisdiction to switch emergency 911 dispatching to the Butler County sheriff, a move that saves the city money and comports with a state law mandating dispatch center consolidation.
Plenty of Ole Miss football fans were upset Saturday when their team fell 53-52 to Arkansas. But were they really angry enough to call 911 on Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen?
Former Journal-News education reporter Linda Ebbing, of Camden, died Thursday night after a sudden stroke.
Friends, family and strangers are helping out a 10-year-old freckled-face boy and his family as he battles with a terminal brain tumor.
An Indiana woman has been sent to prison for a February crash that killed two people in Oxford Twp.Cherish H.
One new face will be on the Talawanda Board of Education starting in January with the election of Chris Otto to the board Tuesday.
An incumbent and a familiar name won the two seats on the Edgewood City Schools District board of education.
Early childhood educators say there are too many options available in Middletown for parents not to enroll their children in a preschool program.