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County Commissioner to appear on national broadcast

10:31 PM Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012

A local political leader will appear on national television Friday to discuss Warren County finances. Warren County Commissioner Dave Young will appear Friday morning on “Fox and Friends,” the nationally broadcast morning show on the Fox News Channel. Young is scheduled to appear at approximately 7:15 a.m. He will be discussing...
Mason woman killed in traffic accident

8:31 PM Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012

A Mason woman was killed Wednesday when she lost control on the snowy highway and hit a snow plow, authorities said. Jessica Galley, 18, of Mason, lost control of her vehicle around 3 p.m. Wednesday on Interstate 71 and was struck by a snow plow, according to the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office. Galley was pronounced dead at the scene...
Warren County roads remain “passable” despite weather

5:25 PM Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012

Warren County roads remain mostly passable mid-day Wednesday, according to county agencies. Warren County police dispatch said the county had to handle approximately 25 accidents earlier in the day but that, as of noon, most traffic was moving smoothly. The majority of the accidents were located in the northern end of the county, particularly...
Olde 2 New gives new life to old furniture
 Patty Brady looks with pride at a multi-drawer dresser, nearly as tall as she is. The dresser is smooth with a fresh grey coat of paint and stands stoically in the corner of Olde 2 New, Brady’s store. “It used to be bad, like really bad,” Brady said. “Just ugly and falling apart. But we took some time with it and really...

1:43 AM Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012

Patty Brady looks with pride at a multi-drawer dresser, nearly as tall as she is. The dresser is smooth with a fresh grey coat of paint and stands stoically in the corner of Olde 2 New, Brady’s store. “It used to be bad, like really bad,” Brady said. “Just ugly and falling apart. But we took some time with it and really...
Mason-based business buys software company

9:45 PM Friday, Dec. 21, 2012

Intelligrated, an automated material handling solutions provider headquartered in Mason, has acquired New York-based Knighted, a provider of supply chain software solutions, company officials announced Friday. Company officials from Intelligrated said the acquisition was a strategic component of Intelligrated’s mission to deliver innovative...
Local choir first to register for next World Choir Games
 A local woman’s choir has become the first choir to register for the 2014 World Choir Games. The Little Miami Women’s Vocal Ensemble officially registered for the 2014 World Choir Games, which will be held in Riga, Latvia. The choir earned a silver medal at the 2012 World Choir Games, which were held considerably closer than the...

6:21 PM Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012

A local woman’s choir has become the first choir to register for the 2014 World Choir Games. The Little Miami Women’s Vocal Ensemble officially registered for the 2014 World Choir Games, which will be held in Riga, Latvia. The choir earned a silver medal at the 2012 World Choir Games, which were held considerably closer than the...
Woman pretending to be auditor arrested for Waffle House robberies
 An Amelia woman has been charged with committing the late night robbery of a Waffle House earlier this week, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office said. Mindy L. Messina, age 37, 3581 Hunting Creek Lane, Amelia, Ohio, has been charged with robbing a Waffle House early Monday morning by claiming to be an auditor making an inspection for...

4:28 PM Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012

An Amelia woman has been charged with committing the late night robbery of a Waffle House earlier this week, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office said. Mindy L. Messina, age 37, 3581 Hunting Creek Lane, Amelia, Ohio, has been charged with robbing a Waffle House early Monday morning by claiming to be an auditor making an inspection for...
DMI provides spark for downtown revitalization
 Even though it has organized events and has begun facilitating grants and loans for fledgling businesses, the leaders of Downtown Middletown Inc. say their most important achievements of 2012 are hardly noticeable — yet. “2012 was about laying significant groundwork that will really give us the tools we’ll need to revitalize...

10:23 PM Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012

Even though it has organized events and has begun facilitating grants and loans for fledgling businesses, the leaders of Downtown Middletown Inc. say their most important achievements of 2012 are hardly noticeable — yet. “2012 was about laying significant groundwork that will really give us the tools we’ll need to revitalize...
Warren County budget shows first spending increases since 2009

11:00 AM Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012

County Commissioners said the 2013 budget is a sign that Warren County is beginning to emerge from tough economic times, a success they credited to their conservative philosophy regarding spending and budgeting. The county budgeted $64.6 million in expenses for 2013, a 4.49 percent increase over last year. It’s the first significant...
Cities look to parks as economic drivers

5:00 AM Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012

Parks, once viewed as a drain on a community’s budgets, are now being explored by area leaders for their potential as multi-million dollar economic drivers through the lure of sporting events and other attractions that could bring thousands of visitors to the Butler/Warren area. “We’re transitioning our philosophy when it...
Simplify Rental offers oasis in middle of downtown Lebanon
 When Pam Smith and her husband purchased the building at 52 E. Mulberry St. as an office space, the Smiths faced a hefty dilemma: What to do with the building’s unused top floor? “It was right in the heart of downtown,” Smith said. “During the blues festival, you’d be able to look out the window and get a straight...

1:31 AM Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012

When Pam Smith and her husband purchased the building at 52 E. Mulberry St. as an office space, the Smiths faced a hefty dilemma: What to do with the building’s unused top floor? “It was right in the heart of downtown,” Smith said. “During the blues festival, you’d be able to look out the window and get a straight...
Woman posing as ‘auditor’ robs Waffle House
 A woman robbed a Deerfield Twp. Waffle House Monday morning by posing as a company auditor, Warren County Sheriff’s Office said. The woman entered the Waffle House at 9725 Mason Montgomery Road around 2:45 a.m. Monday and told employees she was an “auditor” for the restaurant and began to inspect the premises, said Sgt....

8:56 PM Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012

A woman robbed a Deerfield Twp. Waffle House Monday morning by posing as a company auditor, Warren County Sheriff’s Office said. The woman entered the Waffle House at 9725 Mason Montgomery Road around 2:45 a.m. Monday and told employees she was an “auditor” for the restaurant and began to inspect the premises, said Sgt....
Mason business evacuated following carbon monoxide leak

9:11 PM Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012

MASON — A Mason business was evacuated Wednesday following reports of a gas leak. Triangle and Kings Mill management company, 5412 Courseview Drive, was evacuated around 2:30 p.m. following reports of a carbon monoxide leak, according to Mason Fire Chief John Moore. Crews were still on the scene at 4 p.m. trying to determine the source...
Little Miami High School evacuated for gas leak

6:07 PM Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012

HAMILTON TWP. — Students were evacuated from Little Miami High School around 11:45 a.m. today after a small gas leak was discovered in the kitchen, school officials said. Kitchen workers detected the smell of natural gas, and with the help of a building custodian, were able to pinpoint the location of a small leak. Duke Energy was contacted...
Up to 24 break-ins possibly linked, sheriff says
 As many as 24 break-ins that have occurred at businesses around the county since the beginning of December could be linked, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office said. The Warren County Sheriff’s office and Mason, Monroe, Middletown, and Lebanon Police Departments are all investigating similar offenses that occurred between Dec....

11:00 PM Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012

As many as 24 break-ins that have occurred at businesses around the county since the beginning of December could be linked, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office said. The Warren County Sheriff’s office and Mason, Monroe, Middletown, and Lebanon Police Departments are all investigating similar offenses that occurred between Dec....
Mason teen killed in alleged convenience store hold up

8:00 PM Monday, Dec. 10, 2012

A Mason teen was shot and killed early Monday morning after allegedly trying to rob a gas station in Hamilton County, Springfield Twp. police said. Lashawn Daniels, 19, from the 700 block of Eagleview Court in Mason allegedly pulled a gun on an employee at the Sevenhills Sunoco, 10960 Hamilton Ave., around 12:30 a.m. Monday morning, police...
Camp master brings Star Wars, Harry Potter to life
 When Jeff Merhige looks out his office windows onto the grounds of YMCA Camp Kern, he sees not only woods and campfire rings, but also the distant planet of Naboo and a training camp for the children of Greek and Roman mythological gods. Merhige has become one of the most well-respected camp program designers in the country. Camp programs...

7:22 PM Monday, Dec. 10, 2012

When Jeff Merhige looks out his office windows onto the grounds of YMCA Camp Kern, he sees not only woods and campfire rings, but also the distant planet of Naboo and a training camp for the children of Greek and Roman mythological gods. Merhige has become one of the most well-respected camp program designers in the country. Camp programs...
Intersection experiencing tremendous growth
 From farmlands and truck stops to outlet malls, mega-churches and a future racino, the intersection of Ohio 63/Interstate 75 has changed rapidly in the past decade. City of Monroe and Turtlecreek Twp officials don’t see that growth stopping anytime soon and said they are taking the necessary steps to ensure that growth is done in a...

12:00 AM Sunday, Dec. 09, 2012

From farmlands and truck stops to outlet malls, mega-churches and a future racino, the intersection of Ohio 63/Interstate 75 has changed rapidly in the past decade. City of Monroe and Turtlecreek Twp officials don’t see that growth stopping anytime soon and said they are taking the necessary steps to ensure that growth is done in a...
Lebanon raises water, sewer rates

5:00 AM Sunday, Dec. 09, 2012

Water and sewer rates will rise for city services in 2013. City Council approved a 6 percent rate increase to the city’s water service and a 3 percent increase in the city’s sanitary sewer rate on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Both rates will take effect Jan. 1, 2013. A 6 percent water rate increase equates to an increase of approximately...
2 Porsches stolen from dealership lot
 Warren County Sheriff’s deputies are asking for help in identifying a number of men they suspect in being involved with the theft of multiple SUVs from a car dealership and other fraudulent activities. At approximately 8:45 a.m. Nov. 29, two black males wearing black pants and black shirts were observed on the lot of Kings Porsche at...

4:52 PM Friday, Dec. 07, 2012

Warren County Sheriff’s deputies are asking for help in identifying a number of men they suspect in being involved with the theft of multiple SUVs from a car dealership and other fraudulent activities. At approximately 8:45 a.m. Nov. 29, two black males wearing black pants and black shirts were observed on the lot of Kings Porsche at...
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