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Springfield News
05/18/2018 06:08 AM
Springfield board accepts updated financial forecast

Treasurer Chris Adams presented the Board of Education with an updated version of the school district's five-year forecast at the May 15 regular meeting. The updated forecast, approved by the board at the meeting, shows a positive cash balance for the district through the end of 2022, but to get to that point was "challenging," he said.


05/18/2018 01:54 AM
911 dispatchers, father coping with trauma after murder-suicide

Randy Heiser's nightmare began the mother of his ex-wife, 49-year-old Jennifer Sirons, asked him to call 911 about a disturbance happening at Sirons' home. In a desperate call, he asks for dispatchers to send police to Sirons' home where she lived with their four children on Quilan Court in Springfield.


05/17/2018 09:50 PM
Springfield trustees award scholarships

Three Springfield High School seniors each received $1,000 scholarships from the Time Warner Cable Fund at the May 10 Springfield Board of Trustees meeting. According to trustees, the scholarship funds come from cable franchise fees collected by the township from Time Warner Cable.


05/16/2018 09:55 PM
Ohio man shoots wife, stepdaughter in murder-suicide Source: Cox Media Group

A man shot and killed his wife and stepdaughter before turning the gun on himself at their home in Springfield, Ohio on Tuesday. The victims have been identified as Jennifer Sirons, 49, Andrea Heiser, 21 and Eric Sirons, 56, according to Dayton Daily News .


05/14/2018 04:59 AM
Ohio man's bassoon mistaken for gun by 911 caller Source: Cox Media Group

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - In April, 22-year-old Eric Barga arrived Covenant Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Ohio, waiting for music practice to begin, but he was early. Springfield police received a 911 call shortly after with concerns there was a man sitting on his car with a weapon.


05/14/2018 04:59 AM
Ohio man's bassoon mistaken for gun by 911 caller Source: Cox Media Group

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05/14/2018 04:59 AM
Trending Now Ohio man's bassoon mistaken for gun by 911 caller

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - In April, 22-year-old Eric Barga arrived Covenant Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Ohio, waiting for music practice to begin, but he was early. Springfield police received a 911 call shortly after with concerns there was a man sitting on his car with a weapon.


05/14/2018 02:38 AM
Getting kids moving more at school and home

A new initiative has elementary students in Clark and Champaign counties participating in movement and mindfulness in their classrooms. With funding from Mercy Health-Springfield, all public and private elementary schools will be using GoNoodle's online movement videos to get kids running, jumping, dancing, stretching, and participating in calming activities next to their desks.


05/09/2018 03:55 AM
Springfield voters say "yes" to funding two new schools

Springfield voters passed the Northeastern Local School District's bond issue on today's ballot, meaning the district will soon begin construction on two new pre-school through 12th grade schools. Superintendent John Kronour said after a similar bill was rejected in November, many people had been hard at work explaining to the public the state the current school buildings were in, and why this levy to build two new schools was much needed.


05/08/2018 12:43 AM
African king to give commencement speech at Ohio university

In this Monday, May 21, 2012, file photo, King Letsie III of Lesotho arrives at County Crest Agriculture in Lusk, Ireland. The Springfield News-Sun reports Letsie will travel to Springfield, Ohio to give the commencement address at Wittenberg University, on Saturday, May 12. less FILE - In this Monday, May 21, 2012, file photo, King Letsie III of Lesotho arrives at County Crest Agriculture in Lusk, Ireland.


05/07/2018 01:24 AM
Prosecutors: Springfield murderer may have killed others

The Springfield News-Sun reports that Clark County Assistant Prosecutor Dan Driscoll says 37-year-old Prentiss Hare is a suspect in the Florida slaying of Michael Frazier and unsolved murders in Clark County. Hare pleaded guilty to aggravated murder Wednesday in Clark County Common Pleas Court in the death of Tiffany Chambers, of Jacksonville.


05/04/2018 06:40 PM
OVI checkpoints planned tonight

The Springfield Post of the State Highway Patrol, in conjunction with the Clark County Sheriff's Office and Enon Police Department, announced today that an OVI checkpoint will be held tonight from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Dayton-Springfield Road east of Enon Road in Enon. A second checkpoint will be held tonight from 10 p.m. until midnight on Route 40 just east of Route 68 in Springfield.


05/04/2018 04:26 PM
Highway patrol and MCPD partner for prom patrol

The Medina Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Medina City Police Department will be conducting a joint saturation patrol in the city of Medina on Saturday, May 5. The focus of the saturation patrol will be to remove impaired and reckless drivers from the roadway to ensure the students of Medina High School have a safe and enjoyable prom. The saturation patrol will begin at 8 p.m. and conclude at some point during the morning hours.


05/02/2018 02:59 PM
TLT to host annual meeting -

Tecumseh Land Trust invites the public to its 2018 Annual Gathering and Meeting at the McCulloch "Fen Run Farm" slated for 2 p.m. Sunday, June 3. A tour of the property, including woods and wetland areas, will begin at 3 p.m. Families are welcome, with child-friendly activities available and light refreshments. Music will be provided by Wild Rumpus.


04/30/2018 11:06 AM
Several candidates running unopposed - 8:47 am updated:

Linda Borgert of Beavercreek is running for the female spot on the Democrat State Central Committee, while Shawn Jackson of South Charleston is running for the male spot on the Democrat State Central Committee. Steve Austria of Beavercreek is running for the male spot on the Republican State Central Committee.


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