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Michael D. Pitman


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Past articles by Michael:

Panda Express in Hamilton to open this weekend

The Journal-News reported recently that the new west side Panda Express was expected to open on March 2. → Read More

Rumpke truck catches fire on Hamilton street

A Rumpke garbage truck caught fire on Grand Boulevard in Hamilton Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Free LocalMotive service in Hamilton set to launch later this spring

Later this spring, free weekend rides to help people navigate Hamilton’s urban core is set to begin. → Read More

Spooky Nook Sports Champion Mill being sued over 2021 steel structure collapse

The general contractor for the Spooky Nook Sports Champion Mill project is suing the company, its owner, one of its subcontractors, and multiple insurance agencies related to the March 2021 collapse of a steel structure. → Read More

Road reopens after Fairfield crash that sent 1 to the hospital

Road reopens after Fairfield crash that sent 1 to the hospital → Read More

Barb Condo’s legacy of helping abused children was ‘legendary’

Barb Condo's legacy of helping abused and neglected children at the One Way Farm in Fairfield, Ohio, was "legendary." She died on Jan. 31, 2023. She was 85. → Read More

People pack Spooky Nook Sports for first large tournament in facility

Over the next several weeks, there will be a handful of sporting events as more of Spooky Nook Sports at Champion Mill recently opened. → Read More

Milillo’s Pizza owner on closing: ‘It just breaks my heart that it has to come to this’

The owner of the Hamilton, Ohio, iconic restaurant, Milillo’s Pizza, said, "It just breaks my heart that it has to come to this" when talking about the nearly 55-year-old establishment. → Read More

Hamilton staple Milillo’s Pizza announces closure

A Hamilton west side pizza staple is closing, but the owners just don’t know when. → Read More

Hamilton businesses opening soon: Farmers Collective, Laserworks, martial arts academy, sports bar

Hamilton, Ohio, will see some new businesses open very soon on Main Street. → Read More

Gold Star owner ‘ready to go’ as Hamilton officials approve restaurant’s move to former Pizza Hut site

The Gold Star on Main Street on Hamilton’s west side will relocate to North Brookwood Avenue. → Read More

Hamilton considers selling former Maple Avenue depot

Hamilton, Ohio, City Council is considering a sale of a nearly 2-acre parcel to Meyer Brothers and Sons. The sale is also pending a deal to swap land with a Hamilton recycling business. → Read More

Hamilton business openings continue: ‘We have people calling us now’

Hamilton's small business community keeps on going as businesses are knocking on the city's door. → Read More

Hamilton pizzeria purchased by owner of nearby pinball business

Pinball Garage owner Brad Baker is expanding his Hamilton investment by buying a North Third Street staple. → Read More

Reds Caravan includes stop at Spooky Nook Sports mega-complex in Hamilton

The Cincinnati Reds Caravan to make stops in Hamilton, Ohio, and Dayton, Ohio, during the weeklong road trip around Reds Country. → Read More

Fairfield developing plan for tackling coyote problem, residents weigh in

Fairfield, Ohio, residents say the aggression they’ve seen with coyotes are not only threatening their quality of life but the lives of their pets and children. City Council said their committed to a plan of action to address the wild animal. → Read More

Hamilton’s Serve City gets new executive director

Serve City’s new executive director knows firsthand what it’s like for the people she supports. → Read More

Fairfield manufacturer to expand with technology center, 75 new jobs

Trew, LLC in Fairfield is creating at least 75 new engineering jobs as it expands. → Read More

Hamilton’s tobacco license program could be nixed: Governor to sign or veto bill

Depending on Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's signature or veto, Hamilton’s new tobacco license program could be nixed before it even begins. → Read More

Butler County names acting auditor after Roger Reynolds convicted of felony

The Butler County commissioners have appointed Joseph Statzer to be the acting auditor until a permanent replacement can be recommended by the GOP and approved by the Ohio governor. → Read More