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Name Of Teen Drowning Victim in Hamilton Is Released
Investigators released the name of a 15-year-old boy who drown in the Old Miami Erie Canal in Hamilton.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Fiber Art Calls for Entry
Fitton Center for Creative Arts: Call for Exhibition Proposals
Deadline: July 1, 2013 Call for Exhibition Proposals Anne Ruder Bever Galleries Fitton Center for Creative Arts Hamilton, OH 2014-15 Season The Fitton Center for Creative Arts, a community arts center in Hamilton, Ohio, showcases works by established, emerging, and student artists.
Portsmouth Daily Times
Wenstrup sponsors 'Traveling Help Desk' in Scioto County
U.S. Representative Brad Wenstrup's office will sponsor a Traveling Help Desk in the Scioto County Courthouse's Commissioner Conference Room on June 20 from 2:30 until 4 p.m. The Traveling Help Desk is a monthly invitation for constituents to meet one-on-one with a member of Wenstrup's staff to share opinions on legislative issues, or get ... (more)
Minivan & Dump Truck Collide In Hamilton
A crash forces drivers to find a different way to get into Hamilton today. Hamilton Police say a minivan and a dump truck crashed on State Route 129, near Hampshire Drive, just before 10:30 Tuesday morning.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Police: 72-Year-Old Woman Murdered Grandma
56-Year-Old Diana Ross was found with a fatal puncture wound in the 500 block of Monument Street on Friday, June 14th.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Bay of Plenty Times
David Bennett: Recreation facilities important for city
Hamilton is a growing city. We are especially lucky to have a strong manufacturing base and a combination of high quality service providers especially in health and in education.
The New Zealand Herald
Classic Cars: Ford Galaxie out of this world
The plan had been to buy an American V8 and customise it a bit, perhaps introduce some personal touches.
Fatal Stabbing in Hamilton
Hamilton Police are looking into a fatal stabbing that happened late Friday night.
The Cincinnati Enquirer
One dead in Hamilton stabbing
Hamilton police are investigating a stabbing that left one woman dead overnight.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Middletown Woman Killed in Liberty Township Crash
A Middletown woman is killed in three vehicle crash early Thursday morning. Butler County Sheriff deputies say 41 year old Michael McAninch of Mason was driving his pickup north on S.R. 747 near Willow Ridge Drive just before 6 a.m. when he went left of center, hitting a minivan driven by 56 year old Mary Schaeffer of Middletown.
Passing Red will be repaired
While Hamiltonians may be aghast at the thought of the damaged V8s scuplure being repaired, it is hoped plans for a street art mural in the city's CBD will be a little better received.
Stars and Stripes
Wounded Ohio soldier, family endure struggles
Roberta Collins said that her 25-year-old son, a 2006 Ross High School graduate, has lost a lot of weight since being critically injured in Afghanistan in March when he stepped on and triggered an improvised explosive device while clearing roads for a personnel carrier.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Bank Robbery Suspect, Hand Grenades Found in Hamilton
Hamilton Police have arrested the suspect in the robbery of bank last month-and confiscated two hand grenades they found in the man's possession.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Hamilton: Where Mayor Hardaker can't get in right on the river
Two things bothered me about the Hamilton City Council's announcement last week, of a new leadership group to finally do something worthwhile with the Waikato River.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
DNA leads to arrest in Hamilton cold case
A Hamilton man is indicted on multiple felony charges for a 2004 rape, according to the Butler County Prosecutor's Office.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Bikeway to connect Austin Landing with river trail
Workers began groundbreaking Thursday for a new multi-use trail that will link the Austin Interchange area near I-75 with the more than 300-mile regional bikeway trail system from Hamilton to Sidney.
The New Zealand Herald
Editorial: Vote to ditch fluoridation defies all logic
According to Hamilton's Deputy Mayor, Gordon Chesterman, there is "a lack of clear proof" of the benefits of fluoridation as well as a continuing drop in support for it.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Portsmouth Daily Times
Village requests zoning variance for ministry
The New Boston Village Council on Tuesday accepted the recommendation of the zoning board to approve a variance for Evangelistic Outreach Program to build a new facility on the corner of Stanton and Ohio avenues.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Hamilton firefighters layoffs take effect Wednesday
Tuesday night, firefighters who worked out of Station 27 at one time or another were invited back to see the place one last time as a firehouse.