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Recent articles by Ed:

New, larger Springboro Kroger store opens: ‘This is a tight-knit community’

New Springboro Kroger to offer broader selection of products, amenities → Read More

New, larger Springboro Kroger store opens: ‘This is a tight-knit community’

New Springboro Kroger to offer broader selection of products, amenities → Read More

Six candidates vying for two seats on Lebanon school board

Six candidates vying for two seats on Lebanon school board → Read More

Transparency is a key issue in Springboro school board race

SPRINGBORO — Voters in the Springboro school district have a wide selection of candidates to decide from to fill three board seats in the Nov. 2 election. → Read More

Quarantine pilot program ‘overwhelmingly successful’ keeping kids in Warren County schools

Warren County’s ‘Test & Stay’ alternative quarantine pilot program ‘overwhelmingly successful’ keeping kids in school → Read More

Quarantine pilot program ‘overwhelmingly successful’ keeping kids in Warren County schools

Warren County’s ‘Test & Stay’ alternative quarantine pilot program ‘overwhelmingly successful’ keeping kids in school → Read More

9 vying for 4 seats on Lebanon City Council

Nine candidates are running for four open seats on the Lebanon City Council, and they want to make changes while improving the city’s infrastructure and managing growth. → Read More

NAACP: Arrest of paraplegic Dayton man underscores need for police reforms for officer training

The NAACP Dayton Unit said Sunday morning an incident involving a paraplegic Dayton man pulled out of his vehicle during a Sept. 30 traffic stopd shows the need for police reforms and more officer training. → Read More

NAACP: Arrest of paraplegic Dayton man underscores need for police reforms for officer training

The NAACP Dayton Unit said Sunday morning an incident involving a paraplegic Dayton man pulled out of his vehicle during a Sept. 30 traffic stopd shows the need for police reforms and more officer training. → Read More

Franklin could be first in Warren County to have police body cameras

“I think it’s time (to obtain body cameras),” Centers said. “It’s safer for the officers and it’s safer for the residents. It’s a win-win for everyone.” Councilman Michael Aldridge said the city should “get on board with this” adding that the body cameras will be part of the cost of doing business. Franklin police chief Adam Colon said he used the body camera technology when he was with… → Read More

Franklin could be first in Warren County to have police body cameras

“I think it’s time (to obtain body cameras),” Centers said. “It’s safer for the officers and it’s safer for the residents. It’s a win-win for everyone.” Councilman Michael Aldridge said the city should “get on board with this” adding that the body cameras will be part of the cost of doing business. Franklin police chief Adam Colon said he used the body camera technology when he was with… → Read More

Springboro council rejects $265M Easton Farm development

Developer Larry Dillin said he will not give up and that he will work on a new plan for the Easton Farm property along Ohio 741. → Read More

Springboro council rejects $265M Easton Farm development

Developer Larry Dillin said he will not give up and that he will work on a new plan for the Easton Farm property along Ohio 741. → Read More

Warren County road to be closed for six weeks for wall work

The closure is for the construction of a drilled pier wall to stabilize the roadway which will be completed by W.E. Smith Construction, Inc. This project is funded by the Warren County Engineer’s Office. The bid price for the project is $87,777, according to the engineer’s office. The detour for the closure will utilize Township Line Road, Pekin Road, and Cincinnati-Columbus Road. → Read More

Franklin schools rebrands with new logos, wordmarks

The board approved the branding package in August, but the district chose to unveil the look at the public celebration Sept. 12. “Updating the Franklin City Schools’ brand was a natural complement to the complete rebuild of the district buildings and the revitalization efforts in Franklin. The rebranding team struck a perfect balance between a traditional, yet modern, version of the Wildcat that… → Read More

Franklin schools rebrands with new logos, wordmarks

The board approved the branding package in August, but the district chose to unveil the look at the public celebration Sept. 12. “Updating the Franklin City Schools’ brand was a natural complement to the complete rebuild of the district buildings and the revitalization efforts in Franklin. The rebranding team struck a perfect balance between a traditional, yet modern, version of the Wildcat that… → Read More

New Warren County village to showcase new homes as part of Dayton Homearama

Homearama begins this weekend at Union Village, a new community being built near Lebanon. → Read More

Former Franklin strip club to become a car wash

During his analysis, Leonhard said the Franklin location “looked very attractive” because of the strong demographics as well as the number of cars that pass by the property less than a mile from the Interstate 75/Ohio 73 interchange. “Car washes are not end destinations,” Leonhard said. “They feed off other destinations.” Leonhard said the Franklin location is near some gas stations, a Walmart,… → Read More

Former Franklin strip club to become a car wash

During his analysis, Leonhard said the Franklin location “looked very attractive” because of the strong demographics as well as the number of cars that pass by the property less than a mile from the Interstate 75/Ohio 73 interchange. “Car washes are not end destinations,” Leonhard said. “They feed off other destinations.” Leonhard said the Franklin location is near some gas stations, a Walmart,… → Read More

Minor injuries reported in Turtlecreek Twp. crash

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Lebanon post, the crash between two cars was reported at 8:36 a.m. on Ohio 741 between Ohio 63 and Hamilton Road. The highway patrol said both people were being transported for medical treatment. → Read More