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08/17/2018 08:16 PM
Local issues filed for November ballot

Voters living in the South Side News Leader's coverage area will see a ballot full of issues in the Nov. 6 General Election. The 90-day filing deadline for the Summit County Board of Elections was Aug. 8. The following includes a rundown of issues filed for the November ballot.


08/17/2018 03:51 PM
Springfield places levy on ballot

Springfield trustees spent time considering options for a road levy to come before voters, seeking a solution to decreasing revenue and at the same time a measure that would have the least impact on property owners. During the course of about four special meetings, trustees reviewed the following options for the 1-mill levy, which was first approved in 1994 and will expire Dec. 31: a renewal of the levy, which collects $178,000 for the township and costs the owner of a $100,000 property $17.50 annually; the replacement of the levy, which would bring in $272,315 and cost the same property owner $38.50; and the renewal of the levy with a 0.5-mill increase, which would generate $315,040 and cost the property owner $35.88 annually.


08/14/2018 08:37 AM
Local university's board of directors elects two new members

Two new members have officially joined a Springfield university's board of directors.


08/11/2018 04:45 AM
Springfield school staff experience a month of poverty

"Their students are coming to school... bringing with them the challenges, anxieties and fears discovering some of our biases, perhaps, or stereotypes of people in poverty," said Think Tank, Inc. development director John White. After families took on their assigned roles, they had four 15 minute increments to complete common tasks like grocery shopping, applying for jobs, finding transportation and child care.


08/11/2018 04:45 AM
Clark County mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio Samples of mosquitoes from the west and south sides of Springfield have tested positive for West Nile Virus. The Clark County Combined Health District has sent an alert to the local medical community in order to allow for quicker human diagnosis of West Nile.


08/10/2018 05:03 PM
Food, music, highlight food truck festival

The second annual Springfield Fire Food Truck Festival on the Lake brought a dozen food trucks, live music by JT Teis and 3rd Alarm, and appearances by Disney princesses and superheroes to the Springfield Lake shores along Canfield Road. "It is a great way to bring people out who may not otherwise have a chance to see what Springfield has to offer," said festival founder and township firefighter Michael Marias.


08/09/2018 01:19 PM
Sunflower field planted at abandoned industrial site

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio An abandoned industrial site is on its way to becoming a sunflower field thanks to a collaboration of agencies in Clark County. The industrial site-turned-sunflower field is located in the 500 block of West Euclid Avenue, just east of the Little Miami Trail bike path.


08/08/2018 04:12 PM
Dole baby spinach recalled over listeria concerns

The 142-gram packages of spinach under recall were sold in P.E.I., Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and possibly across Canada. The recalled product comes in a hard plastic shell packaging with a best before date reading 18-Au-04, with time codes starting with W202011, and UPC 0 71430 06069 8. No illnesses have been linked to the recalled product.


08/07/2018 06:48 PM
Trending Now Father charged after leaving infant in grocery store shopping cart

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - A Springfield man is accused of leaving his 1-year-old child alone in a shopping cart at the Meijer on Hillcrest Avenue and he's now facing child endangering charges. Patrick Reynolds, 48, is charged with a single count of misdemeanor child endangering and is expected in court Tuesday, records show.


08/06/2018 06:42 AM
Survivor of Hiroshima bombing recalls train's role in sparing her life

Seventy-three years ago Monday, the train that an 18-year-old Hiroko Tsutsumi awaited in Hiroshima, Japan, whizzed past her. Standing on the station platform near her home on the outskirts of the city, she was trying to get to work at her typist job on a military base.


08/06/2018 02:07 AM
'Captain America' actors to film new movie in Cincinnati

Two actors with links to Marvel's "Captain America" film franchise are making a stop in Cincinnati to film a new Netflix original movie "Point Blank." The executive director of Film Cincinnati says Frank Grillo and Anthony Mackie are scheduled to start filming in the city Monday.


08/03/2018 11:53 AM
'My son could have lost his eye:' Boy, 6, recovering after dog attack Source: Cox Media Group

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - A 6-year-old Georgia boy is recovering in Dayton Children's Hospital after being attacked by a dog Monday in Springfield. The boy received more than 200 stitches and plastic surgery and was in stable condition Tuesday, according to his mother, Ashley Fellows.


08/02/2018 10:22 AM
Smash it up Fair style -

Shane Sprinkle of Springfield, in car no. 1106, braces for a hit from Lima's Brady Allen, during the Smash It Demolition Derby Kicker Car competition, July 30 at the Greene County Fair.


07/30/2018 05:51 PM
Singh named new president of Edmonds Community College

With more than 20 years of experience in higher education, Singh previously served as the provost and senior vice president of academic affairs at Clark State Community College in Springfield, Ohio.


07/30/2018 03:37 PM
Doug Houser, New Director of Construction Services, Will Serve...

Rea & Associates announced Doug Houser has accepted the position of Construction Services Director with the regional CPA firm. He will lead in this role from the company's Zanesville office.


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