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Biker killed by hit-and-run BMW in Northridge
A hit-and-run motorist behind the wheel of a BMW struck and killed a motorcyclist in the Northridge are on Sunday, local authorities said.
911 dispatchers hear gunshots in background of call during shooting at Davey Moore Park
A 911 dispatcher heard gunshots in the background of a call during a shooting Friday night in Clark County.
16-year old hospitalized following shooting in Springfield
A 16-year-old is hospitalized following a shooting in Springfield Friday night.
‘Old-fashioned’ general store, pizza place to close its doors in Clark County
Hartman’s Country Cupboard, known for its pizza, subs and salads, and located at 5390 Selma Pike in Pitchin, is closing its doors permanently at 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 10. “It’s a little too much for me to handle these days,” said Sean Hartman, who owns the store with his wife, Kristin. “There’s been a few people talking about maybe purchasing the place, so there may be a future for it.”
Young's Jersey Dairy hosting Memorial Day Carnival
YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio (WKEF) -- Young’s Jersey Dairy is spinning into summer with carnival rides available through the Memorial Day weekend. A variety of carnival rides are set up in the parking lot near Young’s Dairy Store until Monday, May 29. Owner Ben Young says the carnival has...
‘What I witnessed...brought me to tears,’ says woman who saw Clark County police pursuit
Clark County woman thanked police involved in pursuit
Xenia mom sentenced to prison for death of daughter found dead in home
The Xenia mother of 12-year-old Aaliyah Artis now knows how long she’ll be behind bars.
Arson investigation ensues into fire at Springfield Dollar General
A fire at a Springfield Dollar General was being investigated as a possible arson case.
Equality Springfield to host weekend-long Pride celebration
Equality Springfield will host its annual Pride celebration from June 23-25 with a weekend full of events for the community. Vice President of Equality Springfield Kyle Scott said this is the second year that Springfield Pride festivities have gone throughout the entire weekend to not only increase representation but to provide something for everyone in the community to do.
Fifth deployment of the 371st Sustainment Brigade since 9/11
Members of the 371st Sustainment Brigade, a special troops battalion and the 137th Signal Company marched into a swell of appreciation and support. Thursday morning in Springfield, family, friends, employers and military comrades packed the sanctuary and a fellowship hall of First Christian Church on Middle Urbana Road. This is...
Canal Music Fest returning to Tipp City
Tipp City is gearing up for the 2023 Canal Music Fest.
Lady Wave Softball State Bound
DAYTON – The Greenville Lady Wave punched their ticket to the OHSAA DII Final Four with a 5-2 win over Springfield’s Kenton Ridge Lady Cougars. Zoey Burns went the distance on the mound to pick up the Lady Wave win and crushed a two-run homer to deep left-center in the Regional Championship victory.
Summerford residents continue protests over animal removal order
The animals are staying, says Frank Brown, and his land will continue to have livestock, just as it has for the past 150 years. The Summerford, N.L. man is one of three residents who were issued a removal order by the town back in April to take animals off their land.
Champaign County Oath Keeper sentenced to 8.5 years in federal prison
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — Jessica Watkins, a woman who participated in the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC has been sentenced. Watkins will be spending 8.5 years in federal prison. The sentencing comes after Watkins, a transgender military veteran, stormed the Capitol, and apologized for what she had done in court, according to NBC News.
Setback in the winter has made Springfield's Scott stronger on the track
Maira Scott learned the hard way her body needs to rest and take a break from intense training on the track. But there’s no question the Springfield junior standout is better off because of it. Scott severely injured her hip around Thanksgiving and had to take several months off from running during the winter. She has returned from the setback to put up the best times in the state in her sprints, as well as some remarkable, record-breaking performances over the past several weeks. “A big problem with me is that I do high intensity training, and I’m very hard on my body, which I learned my lesson of patience and being able to relax, this and that, because for me I constantly want to keep working,” Scott said after breaking two meet records and winning three events at Friday’s Division I district meet at St. Francis de Sales High School.
Fact Sheet: Memorial Day 2023
Memorial Day | Graphic by Monica Brutto | The Wright State Guardian. Memorial Day is an American holiday that honors people who died while serving in the United States armed forces. This year, Memorial Day is on Monday, May 29. Facts. Almost 200,000 Black soldiers served in the Civil War.
Mill Creek MetroParks opens Springfield Forest Property
Nestled between stunning natural landscapes is where visitors will find Springfield Township's first Mill creek MetroParks facility. Park officials say visitors will now have access to an enchanted forest with waterfront views. " There were no direct opportunities within Springfield Township that were either owned or managed by the MetroParks,...
Bridge replacement work to begin in Riverside next month
Construction work will begin on a busy street in Riverside early next month.
Champaign County woman sentenced to over 8 years in prison for part in Jan. 6 insurrection
A Champaign County woman convicted of crimes related to the Jan. 6, 2021 riot at the United States Capitol now knows how long she’ll be in prison.
2 teens accused of being a part of ‘crime spree’ in Springfield appear in court
Suspects accused of stealing a car and then leading police on a chase were in court Tuesday.
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