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Local12 reports Megan Lucas, 25, has been indicted by a Warren County grand jury on more than a dozen charges of burglary, theft and forgery. Comment?
Around 6:00 p.m. Friday evening May 10th. at the American Legion Club on Kentshire Drive in Kettering, a man identified as James A. Boyd was reported as missing. Comment?
Sen. Shannon Jones, R-Springboro, will host two free bicycle helmet giveaways that will cap off "Ohio Bike Helmet Safety Awareness Week." The events, scheduled for Saturday, will be conducted in partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics' "Put A Lid On It" campaign. 1 comment
A 21-year-old Ohio University student from Springboro has been indicted on a charge of felonious assault stemming from the stabbing of a student outside an uptown Athens bar and restaurant nearly three months ago, the Athens News is reporting. Comment?
A supplier for Ohio's embattled Internet cafe industry apparently targeted state lawmakers with campaign contributions before a key vote, according to a published report Saturday. Comment?
Jill Cummins of West Chester Twp. - a 56-year-old breast cancer survivor who has lost her husband since she ran her first Boston Marathon a decade ago - pushed herself through the last few miles of her fifth Boston race on Monday, even skipping the last three water stations so she could improve her time and therefore qualify to return to the race ... (more) Comment?
The Warren County prosecutor's office says 61-year-old Thomas Harves of Springboro pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated theft. Comment?
The former treasurer of the Springboro Athletic Booster Association pleaded guilty Thursday to aggravated theft in connection with more than $439,000 stolen from the group, which supports school sports programs. Comment?
Authorities are expected to reveal the results of a year-long investigation of the Springboro Athletic Booster Association on Thursday in Warren County Common Pleas Court. 13 comments
Authorities say the body found floating in a creek in southwestern Ohio over the weekend is that of a 46-year-old woman from Springboro. Comment?
A female's body was discovered Saturday evening near a Springboro creek in the area of Factory Road and Carey Drive. Comment?
Sue Pledger, a sorority chapter advisor at the University of Dayton, is scheduled to appear tonight on the Wheel of Fortune TV game show, according to the show officials. Comment?
Regionally, problems with lewd text messages, inappropriate Facebook posts, physical threats and sex acts among teachers is far reaching - including ones from Centerville, Madison, Mason, Wayne and Northeastern school districts, among others. Comment?
The woman killed Tuesday night in a single vehicle crash that shut down part of East Lytle Five Points Road has been identified as local attorney Adrienne Hrenko, according to the Montgomery County Coroner's Office. Comment?
Gordon Logan, CEO & founder of Sportclips said, "we're just really pleased the 1,000th store opening is here in the lovely community of Springboro." Logan was in Springboro today welcoming in the first customers to the 782 North Main Street store. Comment?
The Kettering City School District has been ranked seventh best among 612 Ohio school districts and 200 charter schools in a measurement of "Value Added" performance. 1 comment
More than 76,000 licenses to carry concealed weapons were issued in Ohio last year - the highest number reported in the state since the licensing began in 2004, the state attorney general reported Wednesday. Comment?
At several gas stations in Springboro and Franklin, gas is selling for $3.44 to $3.49 a gallon. Comment?
Novella Flaughter lifts the cellar door of the Null cabin in Springboro as she portrays a runaway slave of the early 1800's. As a re-enactor for tour shows in the area, Flaughter helped promote tourism from the historic heritage of the Quaker background who were active in the underground railroad in Warren County. Comment?
A Springboro school committee formed in the wake of the fatal shootings at the Sandy Hook Elementary School met Thursday evening to review the school district's readiness to deal with a similar emergency. 33 comments