Warren County News
News from Warren County, Ohio highlighting Lebanon, Mason, Deerfield Twp. and Maineville
The Lebanon Rotary Club, Historic Downtown Lebanon Inc. and the Lebanon Eagles have teamed up to bring the first-ever Lebanon Country Music Festival, “Stompin’ in the Streets” to downtown Lebanon on Saturday, June 8.
When Don Whitacre left high school, Harry S. Truman was president, World War II had ended, and conflicts in Korea and Southeast Asia were heating up.
With 40 years apiece in education, Bob Leahy and Patti Shull are retiring this year from Monroe Local Schools.
The Lebanon man who the county prosecutor said ran “an illegal drug emporium” out of his Marathon gas station has asked a Warren County judge to toss out his convictions for drug trafficking.
Judges in Butler County vary widely in how they handle requests to seal or expunge minor misdemeanor convictions.
CINCINNATI — Procter & Gamble announced today the retirement of current CEO Robert “Bob” McDonald.Former president and CEO Alan George “A.
Ryan Widmer’s state court appeals have ended with the Ohio Supreme court denying jurisdiction.
The cleanup continues in Moore, Okla. after a tornado ravaged the city Monday, May 20. The Dayton Daily News and WHIO staff remains there covering events.
MASON — In honor of Memorial Day, all active and retired members of the military this weekend receive free admission to Kings Island, the 364-acre amusement and waterpark.
A portion of Ohio 63 will be renamed Friday in honor of Sgt. James C. Robinson Jr., who would have turned 30 years old that day.
Northmont played Lebanon in a girls high school softball game on Thursday, May 2, 2013.
Mason hosted Kings in a boys basketball game on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013. Kings won the game, 36-35.
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