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County without 911 service for hours after storm

10:10 PM Wednesday, Aug. 01, 2012

Warren County was left without 911 service for more than 14 hours in the wake of a catastrophic windstorm in late June and officials are still trying to determine why. On Friday, June 29, Warren County lost 911 services at approximately 5:30 p.m. with the emergency call service not being restored until 8 a.m. the next day, said Michael Bunner...
Man stealing credit cards from people at large companies

4:00 AM Wednesday, Aug. 01, 2012

Police are on the lookout for a man who has been sneaking into area companies during daylight hours and stealing credit cards from unattended purses and wallets. The man has struck four times at least, including twice in Mason, police said. “The suspect appears to target larger companies, where he can walk in without being questioned...
Father-and-son tattoo shop combines artistry with quality

4:00 AM Wednesday, Jul. 25, 2012

Eugene Isaacs had lived his entire life — including service in Vietnam — without even considering getting a tattoo. Then he saw the work his son, Eric Isaacs, could do. Now not only is Eugene Isaacs plotting his first “inking,” but he’s started a business with his son to let Eric’s artistic skills shine...
Beef prices low for now, could rise in the fall

6:00 AM Monday, Jul. 23, 2012

Despite record setting heat and droughts that are crippling their food supply, the price of beef is falling this summer, livestock experts said. This comes just as the Butler County Fair and Ohio State Fair are set to open their gates and auction off champion livestock. “In the past month, there’s been a sharp decline in animal...
Cities owed nearly $1 million in unpaid utilities

5:00 AM Sunday, Jul. 22, 2012

Cities in Butler and Warren counties have not been paid more than $1 million that is owed them for utility services according to records examined by this newspaper. The city of Hamilton reported more than $800,000 in unpaid utilities in 2011, while Middletown recorded more than $109,000 in unpaid bills. City officials take different measures...
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