Warren County News
News from Warren County, Ohio highlighting Lebanon, Mason, Deerfield Twp. and Maineville
Construction on the Interstate 71/Socialville-Fosters project requires night work beginning Sunday and will last for approximately three weeks.
The City of Mason is scheduled to host a job fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at the Mason Municipal Center, 6000 Mason Montgomery Road.
Middletown police have new leads the case of a 30-year-old mother who has been missing since September.
A new club at Kings High School was started to create a safe space for all students.Teacher adviser Jill Pratt says the Safe Space club offers a supportive and safe environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students.
Students at Southwest Ohio’s second largest school district will soon have new rules of conduct after a growing frequency of school closures due to threats made on social media locally and throughout the state.
A convicted serial murderer and child rapist has lost 16 years of credited jail time in a court ruling this week.
April has been a bit of a roller coaster as far as temperatures concerned with cooler air returning as we wrap up the month.
Local law enforcement agencies are participating in an event to give residents the chance to prevent drug abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.
The teachers in Warren County’s largest school system have a new labor contract.Mason Schools’ 630 teachers and the Mason Board of Education have both approved a three-year labor pact that will mean raises for classroom instructors but also higher health care costs.
The Warren County Chamber Alliance is hosting its second fly-in to Washington, D.C., to promote issues important specifically to Warren County during meetings with lawmakers, including representatives from Ohio, and government agency staffers.
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.