Warren County News
News from Warren County, Ohio highlighting Lebanon, Mason, Deerfield Twp. and Maineville
As much as 2 to 5 inches of snow is predicted to fall in parts of Butler and Warren counties by noon today.
The Warren County Board of Commissioners is expected on Tuesday morning to discuss a request by Highland Development Partners to connect their proposed development of the former Rapp farm in Union Twp.
Most Americans look forward to Super Bowl Sunday.It’s a time when friends and family get together to watch the two best teams in the NFL go head-to-head.
On the eve of the nationally televised “Puppy Bowl,” Butler County’s Rugby already had his game face on — Friendly, furry and fun-loving.
With bank account fraud and identity theft on the rise, remaining alert and being aware of the latest criminal tactics is more important than ever.
Warren County is close to financing nearly $3.5 million in improvements to its park system.The financing, projected to cost $384,000 a year over 10 years, would pay for golf cart paths, paddle boats and a wide range of other capital improvements to the county’s 1,600-acre park system.
Have you noticed five brighter stars in the night sky lately? Those would be planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, which have been visible, simultaneously, since late January.
The Warren County Sheriff’s Office and Warren County Drug Task Force are using a billboard to advertise cash rewards offered for tips leading the arrest of heroin traffickers.
High schools in Butler and Warren counties have contributed to Super Bowl history, and the NFL is recognizing them with The Super Bowl High School Honor Roll.
Heroin addiction and greed are being blamed for fueling the local black market for stolen goods, including everything from heartburn medication to laundry detergent.
Dayton beat George Mason 98-64 on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, at EagleBank Arena in Fairfax, Va.
As Martin Luther King Jr. Day turned 30, the civil rights legend's face and his words were prominently displayed across the nation at ceremonies remembering his work.
Coretta Scott King, the wife of Martin Luther King, Jr., was a figure who was every bit as strong, every bit as committed, every bit as courageous — and every bit as ready to forge America's awakening on race and social justice.