You have reached your limit of free articles this month.

Enjoy unlimited access to SpringfieldNewsSun.com

Starting at just 99¢ for 8 weeks.

GREAT REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE TODAY!

  • IN-DEPTH REPORTING
  • INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING
  • NEW TOPICS & COVERAGE
  • ePAPER
X

You have read of premium articles.

Get unlimited access to all of our breaking news, in-depth coverage and interactive features. Starting at just 99c for 8 weeks.

X

Welcome to SpringfieldNewsSun.com

Your source for Clark and Champaign counties’ hometown news. All readers have free access to a limited number of stories every month.

If you are a News-Sun subscriber, please take a moment to login for unlimited access.


advertisement

advertisement


Latest from Michael Cooper

200 items
Results 41 - 60 of 200  Prev Next 
Clark County board must return about $950 in Medicaid funds
 A clerical error caused the Clark County Board of Developmental Disabilities to return about $950 in Medicaid reimbursements, according to a recent audit by the Ohio Auditor of State. The audit selected claims from the Medicaid Billing System data and compared it with board documents from 2013 and 2014. It found non-compliance in two different...

6:19 PM Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

A clerical error caused the Clark County Board of Developmental Disabilities to return about $950 in Medicaid reimbursements, according to a recent audit by the Ohio Auditor of State. The audit selected claims from the Medicaid Billing System data and compared it with board documents from 2013 and 2014. It found non-compliance in two different...
Clark County board must return about $950 in Medicaid funds
 A clerical error caused the Clark County Board of Developmental Disabilities to return about $950 in Medicaid reimbursements, according to a recent audit by the Ohio Auditor of State. The audit selected claims from the Medicaid Billing System data and compared it with board documents from 2013 and 2014. It found non-compliance in two different...

3:40 PM Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

A clerical error caused the Clark County Board of Developmental Disabilities to return about $950 in Medicaid reimbursements, according to a recent audit by the Ohio Auditor of State. The audit selected claims from the Medicaid Billing System data and compared it with board documents from 2013 and 2014. It found non-compliance in two different...
Clark State honors veterans, military members
 Clark State Community College — one of the top military- and veteran-supportive colleges in the country — is commemorating Veterans Day with campus activities this week. The school held a moment of silence on Thursday in honor of fallen military members. All Clark State campuses will be closed Friday, Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans...

11:17 PM Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016

Clark State Community College — one of the top military- and veteran-supportive colleges in the country — is commemorating Veterans Day with campus activities this week. The school held a moment of silence on Thursday in honor of fallen military members. All Clark State campuses will be closed Friday, Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans...
Clark County sheriff shocked by election loss
 Clark County Sheriff Gene Kelly was shocked by the outcome of Tuesday’s election and being voted out of office after more than 30 years, he said in his first public comments since then. “Every person that I talked to assured me that I had their vote and that I was going to be here as long as I wanted to hold this office,&rdquo...

10:35 PM Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016

Clark County Sheriff Gene Kelly was shocked by the outcome of Tuesday’s election and being voted out of office after more than 30 years, he said in his first public comments since then. “Every person that I talked to assured me that I had their vote and that I was going to be here as long as I wanted to hold this office,&rdquo...
Clark County sheriff shocked by election loss
 Clark County Sheriff Gene Kelly was shocked by the outcome of Tuesday’s election and being voted out of office after more than 30 years, he said in his first public comments since then. “Every person that I talked to assured me that I had their vote and that I was going to be here as long as I wanted to hold this office,&rdquo...

10:35 PM Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016

Clark County Sheriff Gene Kelly was shocked by the outcome of Tuesday’s election and being voted out of office after more than 30 years, he said in his first public comments since then. “Every person that I talked to assured me that I had their vote and that I was going to be here as long as I wanted to hold this office,&rdquo...
Cuts likely after Springfield income tax appears to fail
 Cuts in Springfield city services are likely and some police officers may be pulled off the streets after voters appeared to have narrowly rejected a request to increase the municipal income tax. The proposal to raise the city’s income tax from 2 percent to 2.4 percent fell short by 55 votes Tuesday, according to final, unofficial results...

11:00 AM Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016

Cuts in Springfield city services are likely and some police officers may be pulled off the streets after voters appeared to have narrowly rejected a request to increase the municipal income tax. The proposal to raise the city’s income tax from 2 percent to 2.4 percent fell short by 55 votes Tuesday, according to final, unofficial results...
Springfield health center to help children in need for holiday
 The Rocking Horse Community Health Center will kick off one of its largest community holiday giving events this week. The 2016 Angel Tree open house will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. today in the Family Services lobby at the health center, 651 S. Limestone St. The tree will be on display in the lobby. It’s decorated with more than 450...

10:49 PM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

The Rocking Horse Community Health Center will kick off one of its largest community holiday giving events this week. The 2016 Angel Tree open house will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. today in the Family Services lobby at the health center, 651 S. Limestone St. The tree will be on display in the lobby. It’s decorated with more than 450...
Proposed Springfield coffee shop rezoning postponed
 Springfield city commissioners will wait two more weeks to vote on the rezoning of a proposed coffee shop and apartment complex near the campus of Wittenberg University. The rezoning request for the property at 27 W. Cassilly St. was scheduled for a vote this week but was held at the request of the applicant, Springfield City Manager Jim...

3:58 PM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

Springfield city commissioners will wait two more weeks to vote on the rezoning of a proposed coffee shop and apartment complex near the campus of Wittenberg University. The rezoning request for the property at 27 W. Cassilly St. was scheduled for a vote this week but was held at the request of the applicant, Springfield City Manager Jim...
Republicans gain control of Clark County commission
 The Republican party took complete control of the Clark County commission Tuesday, according to final, unofficial results from the general election. Republican Melanie Flax Wilt defeated former Democratic commissioner Roger Tackett, while Republican New Carlisle City Councilman Lowell McGlothin beat appointed incumbent Democratic County Commissioner...

3:34 AM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

The Republican party took complete control of the Clark County commission Tuesday, according to final, unofficial results from the general election. Republican Melanie Flax Wilt defeated former Democratic commissioner Roger Tackett, while Republican New Carlisle City Councilman Lowell McGlothin beat appointed incumbent Democratic County Commissioner...
Springfield tax issue fails narrowly, recount possible
 The city of Springfield’s proposed 0.4-percent income tax increase was narrowly defeated but could face a recount depending on the outcome of about 1,500 provisional and absentee ballots. Springfield voters appeared to defeat a proposal to raise the city’s income tax for five years from 2 percent to 2.4 percent in Tuesday&rsquo...

3:08 AM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

The city of Springfield’s proposed 0.4-percent income tax increase was narrowly defeated but could face a recount depending on the outcome of about 1,500 provisional and absentee ballots. Springfield voters appeared to defeat a proposal to raise the city’s income tax for five years from 2 percent to 2.4 percent in Tuesday&rsquo...
Republicans gain control of Clark County commission
 The Republican party took complete control of the Clark County commission Tuesday, according to final, unofficial results from the general election. Republican Melanie Flax Wilt defeated former Democratic commissioner Roger Tackett, while Republican New Carlisle City Councilman Lowell McGlothin beat appointed incumbent Democratic County Commissioner...

2:25 AM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

The Republican party took complete control of the Clark County commission Tuesday, according to final, unofficial results from the general election. Republican Melanie Flax Wilt defeated former Democratic commissioner Roger Tackett, while Republican New Carlisle City Councilman Lowell McGlothin beat appointed incumbent Democratic County Commissioner...
Springfield tax issue fails narrowly, recount possible
 The city of Springfield’s proposed 0.4-percent income tax increase was narrowly defeated but could face a recount depending on the outcome of about 1,500 provisional and absentee ballots. Springfield voters appeared to defeat a proposal to raise the city’s income tax for five years from 2 percent to 2.4 percent in Tuesday&rsquo...

2:16 AM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

The city of Springfield’s proposed 0.4-percent income tax increase was narrowly defeated but could face a recount depending on the outcome of about 1,500 provisional and absentee ballots. Springfield voters appeared to defeat a proposal to raise the city’s income tax for five years from 2 percent to 2.4 percent in Tuesday&rsquo...
Bill could improve mental health care in Clark County, supporters say
 A bill recently introduced in the Ohio Senate that would allow psychologists to prescribe medicine could improve much-needed access to mental health care in Clark County, local health leaders said. However a statewide psychiatrists group believe the training requirements in the bill aren’t enough to allow them to prescribe drugs. Senate...

1:00 AM Tuesday, Nov. 08, 2016

A bill recently introduced in the Ohio Senate that would allow psychologists to prescribe medicine could improve much-needed access to mental health care in Clark County, local health leaders said. However a statewide psychiatrists group believe the training requirements in the bill aren’t enough to allow them to prescribe drugs. Senate...
High turnout expected at Clark, Champaign polls
 Busy polls and high voter turnout are expected for Tuesday’s presidential election, according to Clark and Champaign election officials and local political science experts. Both Clark and Champaign County elections officials expect a voter turnout of about 70 percent at the polls. Since about 78 percent of registered voters came to...

6:26 PM Monday, Nov. 07, 2016

Busy polls and high voter turnout are expected for Tuesday’s presidential election, according to Clark and Champaign election officials and local political science experts. Both Clark and Champaign County elections officials expect a voter turnout of about 70 percent at the polls. Since about 78 percent of registered voters came to...
Springfield students get ‘amazing’ ride to school on fire truck
 Two Kenwood Elementary School students rode to school in style Wednesday morning. Third-grader Brian Parthmore and fifth-grader Jaiden Welliford hitched a ride on the Springfield Fire/Rescue Division ladder truck as their reward for winning their division in the Fire Prevention Week 2016 poster contest. The best part was wearing the headset...

3:00 AM Thursday, Nov. 03, 2016

Two Kenwood Elementary School students rode to school in style Wednesday morning. Third-grader Brian Parthmore and fifth-grader Jaiden Welliford hitched a ride on the Springfield Fire/Rescue Division ladder truck as their reward for winning their division in the Fire Prevention Week 2016 poster contest. The best part was wearing the headset...
Springfield health center rescinds CEO job offer
 A local health center has rescinded an employment offer for its chief executive officer position because the candidate couldn’t complete a background check. Rocking Horse Community Health Center announced the hiring of Dr. Jose Rodriguez-Diaz as its new chief executive officer in September. Rodriguez-Diaz was set to begin his new role...

7:31 PM Wednesday, Nov. 02, 2016

A local health center has rescinded an employment offer for its chief executive officer position because the candidate couldn’t complete a background check. Rocking Horse Community Health Center announced the hiring of Dr. Jose Rodriguez-Diaz as its new chief executive officer in September. Rodriguez-Diaz was set to begin his new role...
Honda to invest $53 million in data center in Ohio
 Honda — a major employer for Clark and Champaign counties — will invest $53 million to construct two buildings on its Central Ohio campus to house its North American information technology and market quality operations. The two new facilities will be located in Raymond, Ohio, and are scheduled to open in early 2017. About 25 new...

7:40 PM Monday, Oct. 31, 2016

Honda — a major employer for Clark and Champaign counties — will invest $53 million to construct two buildings on its Central Ohio campus to house its North American information technology and market quality operations. The two new facilities will be located in Raymond, Ohio, and are scheduled to open in early 2017. About 25 new...
Honda to invest $53 million in data center in Ohio
 Honda — a major employer for Clark and Champaign counties — will invest $53 million to construct two buildings on its Central Ohio campus to house its North American information technology and market quality operations. The two new facilities will be located in Raymond, Ohio, and are scheduled to open in early 2017. About 25 new...

7:40 PM Monday, Oct. 31, 2016

Honda — a major employer for Clark and Champaign counties — will invest $53 million to construct two buildings on its Central Ohio campus to house its North American information technology and market quality operations. The two new facilities will be located in Raymond, Ohio, and are scheduled to open in early 2017. About 25 new...
Five things Trump supporters said in Springfield
 We attended the Donald Trump rally in Springfield on Thursday and asked people there what they thought about his claim that if he loses it will be because the election is rigged and his call for his supporters to go to the polls to watch other voters to make sure there is no fraud. Here’s what five people had to say. Scott Buroker,...

10:40 PM Friday, Oct. 28, 2016

We attended the Donald Trump rally in Springfield on Thursday and asked people there what they thought about his claim that if he loses it will be because the election is rigged and his call for his supporters to go to the polls to watch other voters to make sure there is no fraud. Here’s what five people had to say. Scott Buroker,...
Five things Trump supporters said in Springfield
 We attended the Donald Trump rally in Springfield on Thursday and asked people there what they thought about his claim that if he loses it will be because the election is rigged and his call for his supporters to go to the polls to watch other voters to make sure there is no fraud. Here’s what five people had to say. “I think...

10:40 PM Friday, Oct. 28, 2016

We attended the Donald Trump rally in Springfield on Thursday and asked people there what they thought about his claim that if he loses it will be because the election is rigged and his call for his supporters to go to the polls to watch other voters to make sure there is no fraud. Here’s what five people had to say. “I think...
200 items
Results 41 - 60 of 200  Prev Next 

advertisement

advertisement