Miami Middletown regional campus was distance learning a half-century before today’s digitalized distance learning.
Two people replacing a roof on a Darrtown church were taken to area hospitals after their equipment touched a nearby power line, shocking them on Tuesday morning.
UPDATE @ 5 p.m.:A Butler County man is in the Butler County Jail on domestic violence charges after the SWAT team responded to his home this morning.
Rapid Fired Pizza is expanding its footprint with the chain’s first Butler County location.The Kettering-based chain — which opened its first restaurant less than a year ago — has signed a lease to open at 7 W.
Other Butler County communities are taking another look at local laws after Liberty Twp., facing a federal lawsuit, extended the hours solicitors are allowed to come knocking on residents’ doors.
Completion of the new Kramer Elementary building must be getting near when the discussion turns from enclosing the courtyard area, installing doors and painting to purchasing classroom furniture.
Summers generally place pressure on the blood supply, which is why officials with the Community Blood Center are typically happy when school resumes.
The “Hatched Baby” exhibit — better know by many in Hamilton as the big blue baby — is on its way out of town.
Two local businesses and an Oxford couple have stepped up to help people in Louisiana last week that were affected by flooding that has left more than 60,000 people homeless.
More than 3,800 first-year students arrived Thursday at Miami University’s main Oxford campus, a class that officials describe as one of the most impressive and diverse freshmen classes ever.
UPDATE, 4:30 p.m. Oxford police are asking for help identifying a suspect who robbed the First American Loans, 5146 College Corner Pike, today.
Cultural differences played a big role in the view of education two Talawanda District leaders saw on a June visit to Finland and the Netherlands as part of a tour with school leaders from across the United States.
UPDATE, Aug. 24:The man who died from injuries after his SUV collided with a train in West Chester Twp.
A mix of poll workers young and old on Election Day is crucial to the success of any election, local officials said.
A visit to Oxford convinced Steve and Amy Sullivan it was the right place for them and they gave up living in Chicago for the pace of small-town life.
Somerville School no longer stands on the hill in this community, but residents recently gathered in the Collinsville Community Center for a celebration marking the centennial of the school, renewing acquaintances, remembering events and catching up.
Grand juries, which meet in secret, review criminal charges brought by police and prosecutors and investigate possible criminal behavior.
With a new Miami University academic year drawing nearer, City Council got a look at a successful ShareFest collection that marked the close of the last one.
Middletown City Council is expected to significantly raise the city manager’s salary at its meeting Tuesday.
The property manager at Oxford West apartments told police 25 stoves and refrigerators had been taken from an area of the parking lot overnight.