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Kroger at East Dorothy Lane in Kettering on May 10, 2014.

Kroger employees to vote on new labor contract

About 16,000 Kroger employees in the company’s Cincinnati/Dayton division will vote July 29 whether to accept a new four-year labor agreement affecting their wages, health plans and other benefits.

Driver in double-fatality crash could face charges

A Highland County woman could face vehicular homicide charges in connection with the double-fatality crash Tuesday in Warren County, according to authorities.

Butler County home prices rise 9 percent in June

Greater Cincinnati’s housing market recorded its best June since 2006 for the number of homes sold — 2,450.

Miami Valley Gaming to host Celtic festival party

Celtic music and dancers will fill the Center Bar at Miami Valley Gaming on Wednesday as the gaming and entertainment complex hosts the kick-off party for the United Irish of Dayton Celtic Festival.

Dense fog this morning

A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for all of the Miami Valley, Southwest Ohio and Eastern Indiana until 9 a.

Monthly City Walks to boost foot traffic

In a culture where people value speed and convenience, taking the time to stop and take a close look at what’s in our neighborhood often falls by the wayside.

Kevin Werst, Rotary Club of Mason-Deerfield

Kevin Werst, Rotary Club of Mason-Deerfield

The Rotary Club of Mason-Deerfield is dedicated to building relationships while making a difference in local communities and across the globe.

Auto supplier expands plans for new factory in Monroe

Auto supplier expands plans for new factory in Monroe

An automotive supplier opening in Monroe has expanded its plans and will build a bigger factory that will bring more jobs than originally announced.

Co-defendant files civil suit against Beck

Embattled state lawmaker Pete Beck has a co-defendant filing a civil lawsuit against him in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court.

Boy Scout sex case settled

The Arizona man who sued the Boy Scouts of America claiming his scoutmaster sexually abused him on a trip to Kings Island received a “very fair” settlement, according to his attorney.


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