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Lebanon underpaid school districts $3.1 million in tax money
 The City of Lebanon underpaid two local school districts $3.1 million in property taxes collected through taxing districts established to help pay for roads and other improvements in the city’s industrial parks, according to a press release issued Friday by the city. Over 20 years, the city underpaid both the Lebanon City Schools and...

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The City of Lebanon underpaid two local school districts $3.1 million in property taxes collected through taxing districts established to help pay for roads and other improvements in the city’s industrial parks, according to a press release issued Friday by the city. Over 20 years, the city underpaid both the Lebanon City Schools and...
Warren County septic struggle moves to Ohio Supreme Court
 The process used to permit a septic tank cleaning business to operate in a rural Warren County neighborhood undermines “the transparency and legitimacy of units of government throughout Ohio,” according to the lawyer taking the case to the Ohio Supreme Court. Lawyer Roger Eckert, who lives on Beal Road near the Septek home office...

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The process used to permit a septic tank cleaning business to operate in a rural Warren County neighborhood undermines “the transparency and legitimacy of units of government throughout Ohio,” according to the lawyer taking the case to the Ohio Supreme Court. Lawyer Roger Eckert, who lives on Beal Road near the Septek home office...
Mason lawyer could regain license lost after misconduct in Lebanon case
 The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct is recommending a Warren County lawyer get his license back, provided he complete counseling and treatment, and make restitution to his client in a case in Lebanon Municipal Court. Andrew J. Brenner also is required to complete one year of monitored probation and pay court costs, according to case filings...

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The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct is recommending a Warren County lawyer get his license back, provided he complete counseling and treatment, and make restitution to his client in a case in Lebanon Municipal Court. Andrew J. Brenner also is required to complete one year of monitored probation and pay court costs, according to case filings...
Advocates: Warren County widow’s case a big win for Ohio seniors
 An 81-year-old Warren County widow’s win in the Ohio Supreme Court will have far-reaching implications for other surviving spouses facing bills for the care of loved ones who die, advocates for seniors said. The Ohio Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in favor of Cora Bell in a lawsuit filed in June 2015 against her in Franklin Municipal...

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An 81-year-old Warren County widow’s win in the Ohio Supreme Court will have far-reaching implications for other surviving spouses facing bills for the care of loved ones who die, advocates for seniors said. The Ohio Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in favor of Cora Bell in a lawsuit filed in June 2015 against her in Franklin Municipal...
Warren County widow wins nursing home fight over dead spouse’s bills
 The Ohio Supreme Court ruled 5-2 today that a Carlisle nursing home was required to file a claim with the estate of Robert Bell before it could pursue payment for his care from his widow, under Ohio’s “necessaries statute.” The ruling came out of a lawsuit filed against an 80-year-old Franklin Twp. woman, Cora Bell, in Franklin...

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The Ohio Supreme Court ruled 5-2 today that a Carlisle nursing home was required to file a claim with the estate of Robert Bell before it could pursue payment for his care from his widow, under Ohio’s “necessaries statute.” The ruling came out of a lawsuit filed against an 80-year-old Franklin Twp. woman, Cora Bell, in Franklin...
State money an alternative to selling farm for housing developments
 The Ohio Department of Agriculture set aside almost $8.5 million next year for farmers in 36 counties, including fast-growing Warren County, who want to preserve their land against commercial development. So far, 449 family farms in 59 counties covering more than 73,500 acres, and the agricultural production on them, have been...

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The Ohio Department of Agriculture set aside almost $8.5 million next year for farmers in 36 counties, including fast-growing Warren County, who want to preserve their land against commercial development. So far, 449 family farms in 59 counties covering more than 73,500 acres, and the agricultural production on them, have been...
Centerville man wants teen crash victim’s medical records
 Lawyers for a Centerville man facing an aggravated vehicular homicide charge in connection with a Thanksgiving 2017 fatal crash with a teen walking along a road outside Springboro are pressing for more information. Robert C. Pietrantonio’s lawyers want to obtain medical and mental health records of the person killed, Skyler P. Ludington...

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Lawyers for a Centerville man facing an aggravated vehicular homicide charge in connection with a Thanksgiving 2017 fatal crash with a teen walking along a road outside Springboro are pressing for more information. Robert C. Pietrantonio’s lawyers want to obtain medical and mental health records of the person killed, Skyler P. Ludington...
6 people indicted in Warren County meth case
 Six Warren County residents have been charged with participating in the production or sale of methamphetamines. James W. Lamb Jr., 33, was indicted on 12 felonies, including illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, aggravated possession of drugs and tampering with evidence from August 2017 to June 2018. Lamb...

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Six Warren County residents have been charged with participating in the production or sale of methamphetamines. James W. Lamb Jr., 33, was indicted on 12 felonies, including illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, aggravated possession of drugs and tampering with evidence from August 2017 to June 2018. Lamb...
Can a small-town sex assault victim force her attacker to move? A recent area case tested that
 The 64-year-old jogger who was attacked on the Little Miami Trail last year can’t understand why she has to keep seeing her attacker in the small town where they live just 1.7 miles apart. “This is in my face every day of my life,” the victim said during a hearing two weeks ago in Warren County Common Pleas Court. &ldquo...

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The 64-year-old jogger who was attacked on the Little Miami Trail last year can’t understand why she has to keep seeing her attacker in the small town where they live just 1.7 miles apart. “This is in my face every day of my life,” the victim said during a hearing two weeks ago in Warren County Common Pleas Court. &ldquo...
Man questioned on solicitations in Lebanon released from Dayton jail
 The Dayton man booked into the Montgomery County Jail late last month after questions were raised about charitable solicitations made in Lebanon has been released, according to records. Joseph E. Steward, 50, of Dayton, was released from the jail earlier this week after pleading guilty to obstructing official business and possession of drug...

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The Dayton man booked into the Montgomery County Jail late last month after questions were raised about charitable solicitations made in Lebanon has been released, according to records. Joseph E. Steward, 50, of Dayton, was released from the jail earlier this week after pleading guilty to obstructing official business and possession of drug...
$650K trail to connect residents with coming developments in Lebanon
 The city of Lebanon is planning to spend $650,000 to extend a recreational trail through downtown to the north side of the city, part of the area’s effort to connect the public with coming developments. The trail would follow roads through downtown onto the Aylor-Cook Nature Trail before connecting back onto Broadway up to Lebanon Junior...

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The city of Lebanon is planning to spend $650,000 to extend a recreational trail through downtown to the north side of the city, part of the area’s effort to connect the public with coming developments. The trail would follow roads through downtown onto the Aylor-Cook Nature Trail before connecting back onto Broadway up to Lebanon Junior...
Prosecutor opposes death sentence appeals in 2 Supreme Courts
 Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell wants appeals of a Clayton man’s death sentence rejected by both the Ohio and U.S. Supreme Court. Last week, Fornshell urged the Ohio Supreme Court to reject the sentence appeal of Austin Myers, 24, a Northmont man sentenced to death in Warren County for murdering Justin Back, 18, of Warren...

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Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell wants appeals of a Clayton man’s death sentence rejected by both the Ohio and U.S. Supreme Court. Last week, Fornshell urged the Ohio Supreme Court to reject the sentence appeal of Austin Myers, 24, a Northmont man sentenced to death in Warren County for murdering Justin Back, 18, of Warren...
Warren County home badly damaged by fire
 A two-story home outside Lebanon was badly damaged by a fire reported at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to fire officials. Salem Twp. Fire Chief William Harrison said no one was injured. “They got out,” Harrison said as he was clearing the scene about 10:15 a.m. Harrison said the home at 2396 Phillips Road was “fully involved&rdquo...

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A two-story home outside Lebanon was badly damaged by a fire reported at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to fire officials. Salem Twp. Fire Chief William Harrison said no one was injured. “They got out,” Harrison said as he was clearing the scene about 10:15 a.m. Harrison said the home at 2396 Phillips Road was “fully involved&rdquo...
Warren County prosecutor opposes appeals of Clayton man’s death penalty
 Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell wants appeals of a Clayton man’s death sentence rejected by both the Ohio and U.S. Supreme Court. Last week, Fornshell urged the Ohio Supreme Court to reject the sentence appeal of Austin Myers, 24, a Northmont man sentenced to death in Warren County for murdering Justin Back, 18, of Warren County...

Posted: 12 days ago

Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell wants appeals of a Clayton man’s death sentence rejected by both the Ohio and U.S. Supreme Court. Last week, Fornshell urged the Ohio Supreme Court to reject the sentence appeal of Austin Myers, 24, a Northmont man sentenced to death in Warren County for murdering Justin Back, 18, of Warren County...
Warren County village backs movement to limit federal government
 One of Warren County’s smallest governments has backed a plan to put more checks on the federal government. Waynesville Village Council members approved a resolution supporting the call for a Convention of States, supporters say, to rein in the federal government. Some officials said Waynesville was Ohio’s first local government...

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One of Warren County’s smallest governments has backed a plan to put more checks on the federal government. Waynesville Village Council members approved a resolution supporting the call for a Convention of States, supporters say, to rein in the federal government. Some officials said Waynesville was Ohio’s first local government...
Questions about solicitations in Lebanon land man in jail in Dayton
 A man questioned on Thursday in Lebanon in connection with solicitations allegedly made on behalf of homeless veterans was in Montgomery County Jail on Friday, facing a handful of charges filed over the past year. Joseph E. Steward, 50, of Dayton, was booked into the county jail about 6 p.m. Thursday, about an hour after he was turned over...

Posted: 15 days ago

A man questioned on Thursday in Lebanon in connection with solicitations allegedly made on behalf of homeless veterans was in Montgomery County Jail on Friday, facing a handful of charges filed over the past year. Joseph E. Steward, 50, of Dayton, was booked into the county jail about 6 p.m. Thursday, about an hour after he was turned over...
North Carolina prisoner sentenced for 2017 Middletown rape
 A man already serving time for kidnapping in North Carolina was sentenced on Thursday to 10 years in prison for a rape committed in Middletown in 2017. Judge Timothy Tepe also classified Lency August, 51, of Hamlet, N.C., a Tier III sex offender, according to court records. August’s lawyer, Tom Eagle, said he would be appealing the...

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A man already serving time for kidnapping in North Carolina was sentenced on Thursday to 10 years in prison for a rape committed in Middletown in 2017. Judge Timothy Tepe also classified Lency August, 51, of Hamlet, N.C., a Tier III sex offender, according to court records. August’s lawyer, Tom Eagle, said he would be appealing the...
Man pursued after firing on building is shot, wounded by police in Clayton
 A man who fired shots at an administrative building in Clay Twp. on Friday was wounded by officers  in an exchange of gunfire after a police pursuit that ended in Clayton.  Authorities had not released the man’s name or age by Friday night
Officials said he fired shots at Clay Twp. Administrative Building
Police pursued the man&rsquo...

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A man who fired shots at an administrative building in Clay Twp. on Friday was wounded by officers in an exchange of gunfire after a police pursuit that ended in Clayton.  Authorities had not released the man’s name or age by Friday night Officials said he fired shots at Clay Twp. Administrative Building Police pursued the man&rsquo...
North Carolina man gets 10 years for rape in Warren County
 A man already serving time for kidnapping in North Carolina was sentenced on Thursday to 10 years in prison for a rape committed in Middletown in 2017. Judge Timothy Tepe also classified Lency August, 51, of Hamlet, N.C., a Tier III sex offender, according to court records. August’s lawyer, Tom Eagle, said he would be appealing the...

Posted: 16 days ago

A man already serving time for kidnapping in North Carolina was sentenced on Thursday to 10 years in prison for a rape committed in Middletown in 2017. Judge Timothy Tepe also classified Lency August, 51, of Hamlet, N.C., a Tier III sex offender, according to court records. August’s lawyer, Tom Eagle, said he would be appealing the...
Lebanon council OKs North Broadway Commons redevelopment deal
 The Lebanon City Council authorized the city manager to sign a development agreement for the North Broadway Commons, 104 apartments and up to 15,000 square foot of retail space on the former city garage site just north of downtown. The resolution, effective after 30 days, was passed 6-0 (Mayor Amy Brewer was absent) on Tuesday night after...

Posted: 16 days ago

The Lebanon City Council authorized the city manager to sign a development agreement for the North Broadway Commons, 104 apartments and up to 15,000 square foot of retail space on the former city garage site just north of downtown. The resolution, effective after 30 days, was passed 6-0 (Mayor Amy Brewer was absent) on Tuesday night after...
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