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Warren County, developer clear way for old ammo factory redevelopment
 The Warren County Port Authority and the developers of the former Peters Cartridge Factory have signed a series of agreements clearing the way for construction of the project. The Warren County Port Authority and developer signed three leases signing over the old ammunition factory property to the authority, saving the developer from having...

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The Warren County Port Authority and the developers of the former Peters Cartridge Factory have signed a series of agreements clearing the way for construction of the project. The Warren County Port Authority and developer signed three leases signing over the old ammunition factory property to the authority, saving the developer from having...
Trustees reject family-farm rezoning just beyond Springboro limits
 The Clearcreek Twp. Board of Trustees voted unanimously Monday to deny a rezoning and lot size change sought by Oberer Land Developers for the Montgomery Farm, 51 acres just beyond Springboro’s southern border. Since beginning the process in November, Oberer reduced from 100 to 85 — as recommended by the township zoning commission...

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The Clearcreek Twp. Board of Trustees voted unanimously Monday to deny a rezoning and lot size change sought by Oberer Land Developers for the Montgomery Farm, 51 acres just beyond Springboro’s southern border. Since beginning the process in November, Oberer reduced from 100 to 85 — as recommended by the township zoning commission...
70-acre subdivision outside Lebanon approved despite resident opposition
 Warren County commissioners on Tuesday approved a planned residential development opposed by neighbors after rejecting claims the plan fell short on open-space requirements. The plan for 62 homes just north of Lebanon on the Meadow Lane Farm was approved 2-0 after Assistant County Prosecutor Bruce McGary rejected legal opinions expressed...

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Warren County commissioners on Tuesday approved a planned residential development opposed by neighbors after rejecting claims the plan fell short on open-space requirements. The plan for 62 homes just north of Lebanon on the Meadow Lane Farm was approved 2-0 after Assistant County Prosecutor Bruce McGary rejected legal opinions expressed...
Trustees reject Oberer farm rezoning for proposed subdivision
 The Clearcreek Twp. Board of Trustees voted unanimously to deny a rezoning and lot size change sought by Oberer Land Developers.  Ed Wade, board president, said Oberer can “get along with the current zoning and have a nice development there.”  Jeffrey Trick, one of the owners, said he was in favor of the proposed 85-home...

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The Clearcreek Twp. Board of Trustees voted unanimously to deny a rezoning and lot size change sought by Oberer Land Developers.  Ed Wade, board president, said Oberer can “get along with the current zoning and have a nice development there.”  Jeffrey Trick, one of the owners, said he was in favor of the proposed 85-home...
Lawyer: Warren County “double dipping” with open-space regulations
 A lawyer representing neighbors opposed to a proposed 60-home development just north of Lebanon claims Warren County is violating Ohio law by including land set aside for sewage treatment as open space required in planned-unit developments. The county commissioners delayed a decision on the development on the 70.4-acre Meadow Lane Farm on...

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A lawyer representing neighbors opposed to a proposed 60-home development just north of Lebanon claims Warren County is violating Ohio law by including land set aside for sewage treatment as open space required in planned-unit developments. The county commissioners delayed a decision on the development on the 70.4-acre Meadow Lane Farm on...
Old Lebanon church’s redevelopment plan split by city
 The Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Lebanon, badly damaged in a fire just before Christmas 2017, is to be rebuilt at a new location. But plans by the church leaders to oversee development of new homes around Pleasant Square Park, just north of downtown Lebanon, have been shelved, at least temporarily. RELATED: Redevelopment plan...

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The Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Lebanon, badly damaged in a fire just before Christmas 2017, is to be rebuilt at a new location. But plans by the church leaders to oversee development of new homes around Pleasant Square Park, just north of downtown Lebanon, have been shelved, at least temporarily. RELATED: Redevelopment plan...
Man charged with trying sham to get girlfriend out of jail early
 A Wapakoneta man remained in the Warren County Jail on Wednesday after being accused of using a fake document to get his girlfriend released from jail in December. The indictment of Lance Stout, 38, was among those on a list released this week by the Warren County Prosecutor’s office. Stout was arrested on Jan. 10 by a Shelby County...

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A Wapakoneta man remained in the Warren County Jail on Wednesday after being accused of using a fake document to get his girlfriend released from jail in December. The indictment of Lance Stout, 38, was among those on a list released this week by the Warren County Prosecutor’s office. Stout was arrested on Jan. 10 by a Shelby County...
Warren County developer asks Ohio Supreme Court to block referendum
 A Warren County developer wants the Ohio Supreme Court to prevent a referendum from appearing on the May ballot that could stop him from breaking ground on a development planned outside Waynesville. The state’s highest court has agreed to consider an appeal filed by lawyers for John Federle. The appeal challenges the decision by the...

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A Warren County developer wants the Ohio Supreme Court to prevent a referendum from appearing on the May ballot that could stop him from breaking ground on a development planned outside Waynesville. The state’s highest court has agreed to consider an appeal filed by lawyers for John Federle. The appeal challenges the decision by the...
Dayton man indicted after high-speed chase ending in Franklin
 A Dayton man has been indicted in Warren County on charges stemming from a high-speed pursuit and foot chase on Dec. 10 that ended in Franklin. D’Vonte R. Barnes, 18, is charged with failure to comply with a police officer’s order, receiving stolen property and obstructing official business. RELATED: Two arrested in Franklin after...

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A Dayton man has been indicted in Warren County on charges stemming from a high-speed pursuit and foot chase on Dec. 10 that ended in Franklin. D’Vonte R. Barnes, 18, is charged with failure to comply with a police officer’s order, receiving stolen property and obstructing official business. RELATED: Two arrested in Franklin after...
Redevelopment plan includes historic Lebanon church damaged by fire
 A 150-year-old church, badly damaged by a fire just before Christmas 2017, would be rebuilt at a different location as part of a proposed community development in Lebanon. The new Bethel African American Methodist Church could be under construction later this year a few blocks away from its historic location, still on Cherry Street but near...

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A 150-year-old church, badly damaged by a fire just before Christmas 2017, would be rebuilt at a different location as part of a proposed community development in Lebanon. The new Bethel African American Methodist Church could be under construction later this year a few blocks away from its historic location, still on Cherry Street but near...
Bitter cold wreaks havoc in area, up to 4 inches of snow to follow
 A polar vortex brought the Dayton area weather conditions that sent people to hospitals, set records, closed schools and crowded homeless shelters Wednesday. The extreme wind chills created dangerous situations throughout the region. More frigid conditions are expected early today, followed by up to four inches of snow tonight and Friday...

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A polar vortex brought the Dayton area weather conditions that sent people to hospitals, set records, closed schools and crowded homeless shelters Wednesday. The extreme wind chills created dangerous situations throughout the region. More frigid conditions are expected early today, followed by up to four inches of snow tonight and Friday...
Ex-Springboro teacher guilty of permitting drug use, child endangering
 Long-time former Springboro teacher Amy Panzeca was found guilty of permitting drug abuse and endangering children on Tuesday in Warren County Common pleas Court. Panzeca was convicted of the charges after a two-day trial decided by Judge Donald Oda II. She and her juvenile son were both charged after a drug raid of their home in Springboro...

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Long-time former Springboro teacher Amy Panzeca was found guilty of permitting drug abuse and endangering children on Tuesday in Warren County Common pleas Court. Panzeca was convicted of the charges after a two-day trial decided by Judge Donald Oda II. She and her juvenile son were both charged after a drug raid of their home in Springboro...
$1 million bond for driver charged in off-duty police officer’s death
 For the second time in nearly eight months, the Clearcreek Twp. Police Department is mourning the loss of a fellow officer — this time in a head-on crash involving an alleged impaired driver. Officer Jerrid M. Lee, 27, of Bethel, was killed in a crash on Ohio 125 on Monday night, while off duty, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol...

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For the second time in nearly eight months, the Clearcreek Twp. Police Department is mourning the loss of a fellow officer — this time in a head-on crash involving an alleged impaired driver. Officer Jerrid M. Lee, 27, of Bethel, was killed in a crash on Ohio 125 on Monday night, while off duty, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol...
Lawyers battle during first day of former Springboro teacher’s trial
 Four text messages sent between former Springboro teacher Amy Panzeca and her son’s cellphones were analyzed on Monday during the first day of her trial in Warren County Common Pleas Court. The messages — discussing drug use, individuals’ likelihood of talking with police and payments due in April and May 2017, among other...

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Four text messages sent between former Springboro teacher Amy Panzeca and her son’s cellphones were analyzed on Monday during the first day of her trial in Warren County Common Pleas Court. The messages — discussing drug use, individuals’ likelihood of talking with police and payments due in April and May 2017, among other...
Trial for former Springboro teacher starts today
 The former Springboro teacher charged with permitting drug use, endangering and contributing to the unruliness of children has waived her right to a trial by jury. Amy Panzeca’s lawyer, Andrea Ostrowski, waived this constitutional right on Panzeca’s behalf Friday in anticipation of her trial, scheduled to begin today in Warren...

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The former Springboro teacher charged with permitting drug use, endangering and contributing to the unruliness of children has waived her right to a trial by jury. Amy Panzeca’s lawyer, Andrea Ostrowski, waived this constitutional right on Panzeca’s behalf Friday in anticipation of her trial, scheduled to begin today in Warren...
$15M sports park opening later this year in Warren County
 The Warren County Sports Park at Union Village is expected to open late this spring. The development is a $15 million, 120-acre sports complex projected to draw 700,00 people a year to the region. “It’s nearing completion,” said Phil Smith, president and CEO of the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau, the agency managing...

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The Warren County Sports Park at Union Village is expected to open late this spring. The development is a $15 million, 120-acre sports complex projected to draw 700,00 people a year to the region. “It’s nearing completion,” said Phil Smith, president and CEO of the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau, the agency managing...
Ohio liquor agents crack down on alcohol sales that lead to accidents
 State troopers and local law enforcement increasingly are turning to a special group of state agents who trace back to the source of alcoholic beverages suspected of playing a part in serious or fatal crashes in Ohio. Last year, the number of “trace-back cases” referred to the Ohio Investigative Unit increased 76 percent, according...

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State troopers and local law enforcement increasingly are turning to a special group of state agents who trace back to the source of alcoholic beverages suspected of playing a part in serious or fatal crashes in Ohio. Last year, the number of “trace-back cases” referred to the Ohio Investigative Unit increased 76 percent, according...
Lebanon school district to seek new 4.99-mill levy
 The Lebanon Board of Education will seek an additional 4.99 mill, 4-year property tax levy in the May 7 election. The board voted Tuesday night to ask district voters to approve the levy, expected to raise $5 million a year in new money for operations. Superintendent Todd Yohey said the money was need to offset expenses that have risen over...

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The Lebanon Board of Education will seek an additional 4.99 mill, 4-year property tax levy in the May 7 election. The board voted Tuesday night to ask district voters to approve the levy, expected to raise $5 million a year in new money for operations. Superintendent Todd Yohey said the money was need to offset expenses that have risen over...
Ohio Supreme Court won’t reopen Clayton man’s death sentence appeal
 The Ohio Supreme Court has decided not to reopen the appeal of a Clayton man’s death sentence. Lawyers representing Austin Myers, 24, can still seek post-conviction and habeas appeals. RELATED: U.S. Supreme Court declines to review Clayton man’s death sentence This morning, the state high court’s decision was announced in...

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The Ohio Supreme Court has decided not to reopen the appeal of a Clayton man’s death sentence. Lawyers representing Austin Myers, 24, can still seek post-conviction and habeas appeals. RELATED: U.S. Supreme Court declines to review Clayton man’s death sentence This morning, the state high court’s decision was announced in...
Former Springboro teacher’s drug case nearing trial after 20 months
 Lawyers are preparing for trial in the case of a former Springboro teacher charged with permitting drug abuse and endangering children. Amy Panzeca’s lawyer wants the judge to bar prosecutors from referring to Panzeca as a teacher. She recently resigned after 23 years at her job teaching fourth and fifth graders in the Springboro school...

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Lawyers are preparing for trial in the case of a former Springboro teacher charged with permitting drug abuse and endangering children. Amy Panzeca’s lawyer wants the judge to bar prosecutors from referring to Panzeca as a teacher. She recently resigned after 23 years at her job teaching fourth and fifth graders in the Springboro school...
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