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10 preschoolers aboard Little Miami bus involved in accident

6:56 PM Tuesday, Dec. 04, 2012

No injuries have been reported after a Little Miami Local Schools bus was involved in a one-vehicle accident today around 11:20 a.m. The bus had just left Harlan-Butlerville Primary School for a mid-day preschool run when the bus went off the side of Foster-Maineville Road, colliding with a telephone pole. Ten preschool students who were...
92-year-old oversees school house replica

12:18 AM Tuesday, Dec. 04, 2012

Tom Mullet walks through piles of bricks and limestone with a sense of pride and a smile on his face. Mullett doesn’t see a pile of salvaged construction goods, but a future of learning for generations of school children. “Liberty depends on education,” he said. YMCA Camp Kern, a branch of the Greater Dayton YMCA, is constructing...
Waynesville man charged for child pornography

9:46 PM Monday, Dec. 03, 2012

A Warren County man, arrested by the Warren County SWAT team at Caesar Creek State Park in October, has been indicted for possession of child pornography, pandering obscenity and inducing panic, according to authorities. Parts of Caesar Creek State Park were closed until Scott Arnold, 48, of Waynesville was arrested on Oct. 11 in woods near...
Car runs into building

6:38 PM Monday, Dec. 03, 2012

A car crashed into a Lebanon restaurant today around 1:15 p.m. today, according to police dispatch. A car ran into the Frisch’s restaurant at 1330 Columbus Ave. , Lebanon dispatch said. The car was occupied by two elderly people, according to scanner traffic. At least one of the people was alert and moving outside the car following...
Behaviorist helps dogs become more adoptable
 The dogs at the Humane Association of Warren County had to learn that, contrary to the popular axiom, the squeaky wheel didn’t always get the most attention. “Often times dogs will come in who are unusually fearful or have no basic manners; they are great dogs but they need special attention to enhance their adoptability,&rdquo...

11:00 AM Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012

The dogs at the Humane Association of Warren County had to learn that, contrary to the popular axiom, the squeaky wheel didn’t always get the most attention. “Often times dogs will come in who are unusually fearful or have no basic manners; they are great dogs but they need special attention to enhance their adoptability,&rdquo...
Otterbein opens Enrichment Center for seniors
 For seniors entering the new Life Enrichment Center on the campus of the Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices, the most difficult aspect of the facility will be knowing where to start. From a swimming pool to a beauty salon, from a walking track to a room for weavers, officials at Otterbein said the new building will offer something for the...

11:09 PM Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012

For seniors entering the new Life Enrichment Center on the campus of the Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices, the most difficult aspect of the facility will be knowing where to start. From a swimming pool to a beauty salon, from a walking track to a room for weavers, officials at Otterbein said the new building will offer something for the...
Train negotiations hit stalemate
 Hopes to keep a passenger tourist train in Lebanon appear dim after company officials rejected the latest contract offer from city officials. Following a marathon session Monday night, council agreed to offer the Lebanon Mason & Monroe Railroad Company a four-year contract with the provision that LM&M begin paying for the maintenance and...

5:00 PM Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012

Hopes to keep a passenger tourist train in Lebanon appear dim after company officials rejected the latest contract offer from city officials. Following a marathon session Monday night, council agreed to offer the Lebanon Mason & Monroe Railroad Company a four-year contract with the provision that LM&M begin paying for the maintenance and...
At least 3 injured in Turtlecreek crash

3:30 PM Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012

Authorities said at least three people are being taken to a local hospital following a two car accident in Turtlecreek Twp. Wednesday morning. Emergency crews were called to the intersection of Ohio 123 and Ohio 350, near the Interstate 71 interchange, shortly after 10 a.m. One person was trapped in a car but conscious and complaining of...
Area economy growing but shaky, business leaders say

11:00 AM Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012

Warren County joins the nation in starting to claw its way out of the economic recession that has hamstrung growth for nearly half a decade, but many speed bumps and pitfalls remain, cautioned business leaders at an economic outlook forum Tuesday. “We are very blessed because Cincinnati is coming out faster, Butler County is coming...
Otterbein donates Shaker artifacts to history museum

10:28 PM Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012

When Senator Rob Portman was a 17-year-old senior at Lebanon High School, he ventured into the collections of the Warren County Historical Society to research his final paper for graduation. Portman had decided to study the history of the local Shaker community, which led to a lifetime passion for the nearly-extinct religious movement and...
Road improvements needed for racino traffic

4:05 AM Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012

A “little narrow country road” is at the center of an estimated $2 million in big changes to the area surrounding the planned Warren County racino, as county officials ponder how to make the area more accessible and safer for drivers. Warren County Commissioners approved plans Tuesday for a $175 million combination racing and...
2 arrested after allegedly breaking into Lindenwald home

12:16 AM Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012

Two men were arrested after allegedly breaking into a Hamilton home brandishing police battalions and a gun, according to the Hamilton Police Department. Nicholas R. Fagaly, 32, of Fairfield and Josue Rodriguez Jr., 37, of Hamilton, were both charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and two counts of kidnapping, said Sgt. David...
Residents dispute proposed truck stop

2:12 AM Friday, Nov. 16, 2012

Approximately 100 people came to the Warren County Commissioners Thursday to dispute a proposed truck stop that is planning to come to the area. Pilot Flying J, based in Tennessee, plans to build a multi-million dollar truck stop at the intersection of Interstate 71 and Ohio 123 . A mostly hostile crowd, including the commissioners themselves...
Ambassador’s Antiques makes new home in “antique” setting

9:57 PM Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012

Like any good antique enthusiast, Minnie LeForce loved her new shop because of its age and fine craftsmanship and also made sure to learn the history behind the building before making it her latest investment. LeForce moved her shop, Ambassador’s Antiques and Fine Linens, to a new location at 35 E. Main St. earlier this year after a...
Rural King planning to open Lebanon store

10:13 PM Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012

A home and farm retailer will be expanding into Lebanon next year, city officials said. Rural King has filed permits to open a store in a former Wal-Mart at 1879 Deerfield Road in the southern portion of the city, according to city officials. The space is approximately 70,000 square feet. Rural King is planning to open the Lebanon store sometime...
Commissioners OK racino plans
 Warren County commissioner Dave Young said that even though he felt like he was sitting down at a poker table opposite experienced gamblers, both taxpayers and racetrack owners have come out ahead on plans for the new Warren County racino. County Commissioners approved plans for the $175 million new racetrack facility that will include video...

6:16 PM Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012

Warren County commissioner Dave Young said that even though he felt like he was sitting down at a poker table opposite experienced gamblers, both taxpayers and racetrack owners have come out ahead on plans for the new Warren County racino. County Commissioners approved plans for the $175 million new racetrack facility that will include video...
Stolen truck was full of Little Debbie snacks

5:43 PM Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012

Warren County Sheriff’s deputies are on the lookout for an apparently hungry suspect who boosted a large quanity of snacks last week. A truck with an attached trailer full of Little Debbie snack products was stolen around 9:20 a.m. Friday, Nov. 12, from the parking lot of Shell Oil, 9791 Mason Montgomery Road in Deerfield Twp., according...
Train’s future in city remains uncertain
 The future of Lebanon’s passenger train remains uncertain as city council members continue to debate whether or not the train is worth the nearly $200,000 investment the city provides for it each year. City council has been spending between $175,000 and $200,000 annually for maintenance and upkeep on the five miles of track it owns...

2:04 AM Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012

The future of Lebanon’s passenger train remains uncertain as city council members continue to debate whether or not the train is worth the nearly $200,000 investment the city provides for it each year. City council has been spending between $175,000 and $200,000 annually for maintenance and upkeep on the five miles of track it owns...
Commissioners to vote on racino plans
 Warren County Commissioners are slated to vote today on a final site plan for the proposed $175 million racino just off Interstate 75 in Turtlecreek Twp. The meeting “is to ensure that Miami Valley Gaming is complying with all construction, building and roadway codes and the facility will meet the building standards of the county,&rdquo...

11:24 PM Monday, Nov. 12, 2012

Warren County Commissioners are slated to vote today on a final site plan for the proposed $175 million racino just off Interstate 75 in Turtlecreek Twp. The meeting “is to ensure that Miami Valley Gaming is complying with all construction, building and roadway codes and the facility will meet the building standards of the county,&rdquo...
Republicans gain ground in Warren County presidential vote

11:00 AM Monday, Nov. 12, 2012

Warren County Republicans were excited Tuesday that they were able to build their base for Governor Mitt Romney, even though he lost the overall election. Warren County Democrats were conversely excited to see President Barack Obama win reelection, even as they lost ground compared to the 2008 election. Governor Mitt Romney received 74,626...
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