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Logan County wife gets max sentence, says she’s innocent of murder
 A 63-year-old Logan County woman convicted of murdering her husband was given the maximum sentence of life in prison on Thursday. Rosalie Kennedy of Rushsylvania was sentenced to 15 years to life for murder and three years for a firearm specification. She will have to serve the mandatory 18 years before she is eligible for parole. RELATED...

10:35 PM Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017

A 63-year-old Logan County woman convicted of murdering her husband was given the maximum sentence of life in prison on Thursday. Rosalie Kennedy of Rushsylvania was sentenced to 15 years to life for murder and three years for a firearm specification. She will have to serve the mandatory 18 years before she is eligible for parole. RELATED...
Wife sentenced to prison for murdering husband in their kitchen
 A 63-year-old Logan County woman convicted of murdering her husband was given the maximum sentence in court Thursday.  Rosalie Kennedy was sentenced to 15 years to life for murder and three years for a firearm specification. She will have to serve the mandatory 18 years before she is eligible for parole. Gary Kennedy, 66, was found with...

2:41 PM Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017

A 63-year-old Logan County woman convicted of murdering her husband was given the maximum sentence in court Thursday.  Rosalie Kennedy was sentenced to 15 years to life for murder and three years for a firearm specification. She will have to serve the mandatory 18 years before she is eligible for parole. Gary Kennedy, 66, was found with...
New traffic signals to help congestion at I-70, Ohio 72 in Springfield
 New traffic signals are being installed in Springfield to help alleviate congestion at a busy Interstate 70 interchange. The Ohio Department of Transportation is spending about $300,000 on two, new traffic signals at I-70 and Ohio 72 at the westbound entrance and exit ramps, according to documents on its website. The new lights will help...

11:00 AM Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017

New traffic signals are being installed in Springfield to help alleviate congestion at a busy Interstate 70 interchange. The Ohio Department of Transportation is spending about $300,000 on two, new traffic signals at I-70 and Ohio 72 at the westbound entrance and exit ramps, according to documents on its website. The new lights will help...
$15M renovation of historic Springfield site may draw more downtown
 A vacant building in downtown Springfield that was nearly torn down has received $2 million in state historic tax credits that will be used to renovate it for apartments. The total cost to renovate the Edward Wren Co. Building, more recently known as the McAdams Building, will be more than $15.3 million, according to the Ohio Development...

11:30 PM Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017

A vacant building in downtown Springfield that was nearly torn down has received $2 million in state historic tax credits that will be used to renovate it for apartments. The total cost to renovate the Edward Wren Co. Building, more recently known as the McAdams Building, will be more than $15.3 million, according to the Ohio Development...
Springfield Police, volunteers shop for local families in need
 The Springfield Police Division’s Operation Santa has worked to aid families at Christmas for more than 25 years but staffing shortages will mean some changes this year. Every year officers and volunteers held a Christmas party at the police substation on Johnny Lytle Avenue with Santa to give out the toys they’d bought with donations...

5:00 PM Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017

The Springfield Police Division’s Operation Santa has worked to aid families at Christmas for more than 25 years but staffing shortages will mean some changes this year. Every year officers and volunteers held a Christmas party at the police substation on Johnny Lytle Avenue with Santa to give out the toys they’d bought with donations...
New Carlisle considers raising water rates to fix aging system
 The city of New Carlisle will vote Monday on whether to raise water rates to pay for repairs to its aging system. Most of the city’s water and sewer system was installed in the 1930s, said Howard Kitko, New Carlisle director of public service. The average household average bill is $51.24 per month. The city has proposed raising that...

5:00 PM Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017

The city of New Carlisle will vote Monday on whether to raise water rates to pay for repairs to its aging system. Most of the city’s water and sewer system was installed in the 1930s, said Howard Kitko, New Carlisle director of public service. The average household average bill is $51.24 per month. The city has proposed raising that...
Clark County takes action after 3 teen driving deaths
 The Clark County Combined Health District will host its first Teen Driving Symposium after three Greenon students died in crashes just months apart. Senior David Waag, 17, and sophomore Connor Williams, 15, were killed in August while they were in the back seat of a car on Wilkerson Road between Fairborn and Yellow Springs. The driver allegedly...

12:00 AM Friday, Dec. 15, 2017

The Clark County Combined Health District will host its first Teen Driving Symposium after three Greenon students died in crashes just months apart. Senior David Waag, 17, and sophomore Connor Williams, 15, were killed in August while they were in the back seat of a car on Wilkerson Road between Fairborn and Yellow Springs. The driver allegedly...
Prison inmates make, give items to Springfield nursing home residents

1:31 AM Friday, Dec. 15, 2017

Inmates from a state prison made and donated items this week to Springfield seniors at a nursing home for the holidays. The items donated included hats, scarves, afghans, quilts, blankets, pillow cases and other hand-made items for residents of Springfield Manor. “They know that the products are going to people only in need,”...
Springfield red light cameras to stay off until lower court ruling
 The Ohio Supreme Court sent Springfield’s lawsuit challenging a new red light camera law back to a Clark County court on Wednesday, saying it should take into account a ruling earlier this year declaring parts of the law unconstitutional. Springfield had used red light cameras for nearly a decade — the city issued about 77,000...

11:30 PM Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017

The Ohio Supreme Court sent Springfield’s lawsuit challenging a new red light camera law back to a Clark County court on Wednesday, saying it should take into account a ruling earlier this year declaring parts of the law unconstitutional. Springfield had used red light cameras for nearly a decade — the city issued about 77,000...
Clark County busts nets 52 pounds of marijuana, cash from West Coast
 Clark County deputies found a large amount of cash and drugs from the West Coast totaling $190,000 after two related traffic stops and busts this week, leading to four arrests. More than 52 pounds of marijuana, $10,000 in cash and guns were found, Clark County Lt. Kristopher Shultz said. “This came from either Oregon or the Northern...

11:00 AM Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017

Clark County deputies found a large amount of cash and drugs from the West Coast totaling $190,000 after two related traffic stops and busts this week, leading to four arrests. More than 52 pounds of marijuana, $10,000 in cash and guns were found, Clark County Lt. Kristopher Shultz said. “This came from either Oregon or the Northern...
Springfield businesses broken into; bricks, rocks found at scene
 Springfield Police are investigating several break-ins at local businesses. Five businesses on the city’s west side were broken into overnight Thursday into Friday, according to police. The businesses included two hair salons, an automotive business, a drive-thru, and a pub. RELATED : Springfield man indicted on trafficking, possession...

12:00 AM Saturday, Dec. 09, 2017

Springfield Police are investigating several break-ins at local businesses. Five businesses on the city’s west side were broken into overnight Thursday into Friday, according to police. The businesses included two hair salons, an automotive business, a drive-thru, and a pub. RELATED : Springfield man indicted on trafficking, possession...
Mechanicsburg police want electronic speed signs near schools
 The village of Mechanicsburg is raising money for electronic speed signs to combat a speeding problem near the schools. RELATED : Woman charged in connection with crash that killed 14-month-old … Police have written hundreds of tickets in the school zone in front of Mechanicsburg Schools on High Street, Mechanicsburg Police Department...

12:00 AM Thursday, Dec. 07, 2017

The village of Mechanicsburg is raising money for electronic speed signs to combat a speeding problem near the schools. RELATED : Woman charged in connection with crash that killed 14-month-old … Police have written hundreds of tickets in the school zone in front of Mechanicsburg Schools on High Street, Mechanicsburg Police Department...
Urbana, Champaign County receiving part of $24M statewide grant
 The city of Urbana and Champaign County are among 30 communities sharing a $24 million state grant to improve housing quality and homeownership throughout the state. Urbana and Champaign County will receive $800,000 to “rehabilitate 10 owner-occupied homes, repair 22 owner-occupied homes, and help Habitat for Humanity build two homes&rdquo...

12:00 AM Tuesday, Dec. 05, 2017

The city of Urbana and Champaign County are among 30 communities sharing a $24 million state grant to improve housing quality and homeownership throughout the state. Urbana and Champaign County will receive $800,000 to “rehabilitate 10 owner-occupied homes, repair 22 owner-occupied homes, and help Habitat for Humanity build two homes&rdquo...
Springfield shooting victim’s family seeks answers a year later
 A Springfield family is asking the public to come forward with information to find their loved one’s killers. Lacie Henry, 29, was shot and killed on Dec. 8, 2016 during a robbery. Two gunmen, one armed with a rifle and another with a handgun, burst into a duplex in the 1200 block of South Fountain Avenue. READ MORE: Springfield Shooting...

9:00 PM Saturday, Dec. 02, 2017

A Springfield family is asking the public to come forward with information to find their loved one’s killers. Lacie Henry, 29, was shot and killed on Dec. 8, 2016 during a robbery. Two gunmen, one armed with a rifle and another with a handgun, burst into a duplex in the 1200 block of South Fountain Avenue. READ MORE: Springfield Shooting...
Urbana lawyer suspended by Ohio Supreme Court for legal malpractice
 An Urbana attorney’s license has been indefinitely suspended by the Ohio Supreme Court after he was found guilty of selling a client’s land to pay legal fees. Christopher R. Bucio pleaded to one count of unauthorized use of property, which is a fourth-degree felony. He was also sentenced to five years of community control and...

9:11 PM Friday, Dec. 01, 2017

An Urbana attorney’s license has been indefinitely suspended by the Ohio Supreme Court after he was found guilty of selling a client’s land to pay legal fees. Christopher R. Bucio pleaded to one count of unauthorized use of property, which is a fourth-degree felony. He was also sentenced to five years of community control and...
$1.3K gold coin found in Springfield Salvation Army kettle — again
 A mysterious Secret Santa has again dropped a more than a $1,000 gold coin in a Salvation Army red kettle in Springfield. It happened on Black Friday at Kroger on North Bechtle Avenue in Springfield. It’s the third year in a row that someone has donated similar gold coins, said Ryan Ray, development director of the Salvation Army of...

11:45 AM Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017

A mysterious Secret Santa has again dropped a more than a $1,000 gold coin in a Salvation Army red kettle in Springfield. It happened on Black Friday at Kroger on North Bechtle Avenue in Springfield. It’s the third year in a row that someone has donated similar gold coins, said Ryan Ray, development director of the Salvation Army of...
Springfield health center adds dental care to fill unmet need
 A community health center now offers dental services to fill a big health gap in Springfield. Rocking Horse Community Health Center identified dental care as the top unmet need in Clark County for children. About 14 percent of local children have never seen a dentist and 15 percent have untreated cavities, according to data from the health...

2:55 AM Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017

A community health center now offers dental services to fill a big health gap in Springfield. Rocking Horse Community Health Center identified dental care as the top unmet need in Clark County for children. About 14 percent of local children have never seen a dentist and 15 percent have untreated cavities, according to data from the health...
Secret Santa drops another gold coin in Salvation Army Red Kettle
 A Secret Santa has blessed the Springfield Salvation Army with a gift.  Someone left a gold coin valued at over $1,000 — wrapped in a $100 bill — inside a Red Kettle campaign pot in at the Kroger on North Bechtle Avenue in Springfield. The money will go toward helping the needy this winter.  This is the third time in...

10:13 PM Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017

A Secret Santa has blessed the Springfield Salvation Army with a gift.  Someone left a gold coin valued at over $1,000 — wrapped in a $100 bill — inside a Red Kettle campaign pot in at the Kroger on North Bechtle Avenue in Springfield. The money will go toward helping the needy this winter.  This is the third time in...
Springfield police $15M budget plan calls for more officers, cruisers
 The Springfield Police Division will hire nearly two dozen officers in the coming year because of low staffing numbers. It should have about 130 officers, Capt. Lee Graf said, but currently has 112 on its roster. It will be able to hire more officers after voters approved an income tax increase this past spring, said Graf, who will take over...

4:00 PM Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017

The Springfield Police Division will hire nearly two dozen officers in the coming year because of low staffing numbers. It should have about 130 officers, Capt. Lee Graf said, but currently has 112 on its roster. It will be able to hire more officers after voters approved an income tax increase this past spring, said Graf, who will take over...
Springfield group to send soldiers holiday care packages
 A local group is collecting items to send as holiday care packages for soldiers overseas. Operation Harpo’s Cause was started 27 years ago during the Gulf War, said Mike Porter, a former Marine. He served 13 months overseas as a helicopter crew chief. RELATED: Christmas gifts sought after low turnout at Springfield toy drive READ MORE...

11:00 AM Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017

A local group is collecting items to send as holiday care packages for soldiers overseas. Operation Harpo’s Cause was started 27 years ago during the Gulf War, said Mike Porter, a former Marine. He served 13 months overseas as a helicopter crew chief. RELATED: Christmas gifts sought after low turnout at Springfield toy drive READ MORE...
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