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ATM found in Dayton may be from Franklin gas station

An ATM stolen from a gas station in Franklin may be the one found sitting in an idling van in Dayton Sunday.

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Scattered showers arriving tonight

It will remain mild this evening, which is mainly cloudy with some more scattered showers arriving into the night, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said.

Cincinnati-area home sales show rebound in October

Year-over-year home sales grew for the first time last month in the Cincinnati market since June.Sales of single family homes and condominiums increased 2.

Local restaurants open up for Thanksgiving Day meal

Several local restaurants are following the example of big-box and department-store retailers and expanding their Thanksgiving Day hours to accommodate hungry shoppers as well as those who don’t want to cook at home on the holiday.

Obama to overhaul immigration system, sets up fight with Congress

Obama to overhaul immigration system, sets up fight with Congress

President Barack Obama delivered on his vow to halt deportation efforts and provide work permits for as many as 5 million undocumented immigrants, but by doing so has provoked a monumental constitutional struggle with congressional Republicans.

Social media app prompting concern in schools

Bomb threats to school districts are nothing new, but now people are making them in new ways, as Mason City Schools found out Thursday.

Nearly all Butler, Warren schools districts score above state level

More than 95 percent of affected third graders met Ohio’s new reading test standards last year, qualifying them to be promoted to fourth grade this year, according to full school district data released Wednesday by the Ohio Department of Education.

UDF to spend $3.5 million on fuel depot, store

UDF to spend $3.5 million on fuel depot, store

United Dairy Farmers expects to spend more than $3.5 million and employ about 50 workers at a fuel depot and convenience store-gas station to be built about a mile apart in Warren County.

Mason sixth-graders help fight hunger in Ukraine

Mason sixth-graders help fight hunger in Ukraine

A group of Mason youth used a recent Saturday morning to help fight hunger in Ukraine.Twenty Mason Intermediate School sixth-graders on Team Venture, along with their parents and teachers, visited the Hands Against Hunger Hope Factory in Sharonville to help package 114,048 meals that will be sent to starving children in the Eastern European country.

Christ Hospital makes ‘significant commitment’ to Butler County

Christ Hospital makes ‘significant commitment’ to Butler County

The Christ Hospital Health Network has confirmed plans to expand in Butler County, but has shared little more in details about the project or investment.

 
 

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