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06/25/2016 03:04 AM
Nancy L. Saviers

CLEVELAND Nancy L. Saviers, 79, went home to be with the Lord Wednesday evening, June 22, at University Hospital in Cleveland. She married Glenn S. Saviers on July 21, 1957.

06/24/2016 09:20 AM
Trustees defer decision on school

The Springfield Board of Trustees decided to do more research on a request for a proposed text amendment to the township's zoning code that would allow a charter school to establish a site in a vacant building. During a public hearing June 16, trustees heard from several representatives of Towpath Trail High School, which is managed by Cambridge Education Group, and from Springfield Local Schools Board of Education member Larry Petry.

06/23/2016 01:21 PM
Armed robber throws his own feces at attorney as he is sentenced to 40 years

Ricky Hand, 46, who was on trial for a series of robberies across Springfield, Ohio, threw bottles filled with his own excrement and urine at his lawyer An Ohio man who had just been sentenced to 40 years for armed robbery stunned a courtroom by throwing feces at his lawyer. Ricky Hand, 46, who was on trial for a series of robberies across Springfield, whipped out bottles filled with his own excrement and urine which he had hidden in his arm sling.

06/19/2016 08:42 PM
Wittenberg University announces new partnership with Parkhurst Dining

Wittenberg University of Springfield, OH, a Lutheran-affiliated liberal arts college in the heart of Southwest Ohio, will offer its students, faculty and staff fresh dining options through a new partnership with Parkhurst Dining, a family-owned food service management company headquartered in Homestead, PA. Wittenberg University selected Parkhurst based on its award-winning food service management and commitment to high-quality, made-from-scratch food.

06/17/2016 11:58 AM
Springfield set to Rock the Docks

Springfield's Rock the Docks returns this year a few weeks earlier than in the past, along with more offerings. The annual family event will take place June 24 from 5 to 11 p.m., June 25 from noon to 11 p.m. and June 26 from noon to 8 p.m., all along Canfield Road.

06/17/2016 09:39 AM
Familiar face new Springfield police chief

The Springfield Board of Trustees named former Springfield Police Chief David Hoover as acting chief for the Springfield Police Department. The announcement was made after an executive session held during a special trustees' meeting June 9. Hoover stepped into the job June 13 and will be paid $38.03 per hour, according to trustees.

06/13/2016 12:06 PM
McGirt, Finau among 6 US Open players added to Oakmont field

Memorial winner William McGirt and Puerto Rico Open champion Tony Finau were among six players added to the U.S. Open on Monday. McGirt was the only one at No.

06/12/2016 01:48 AM
Wrestling great Danny Miller leaves behind a treasure trove of memories

That's what Danny Miller told me shortly after he was invited to the Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Legends Fanfest in Charlotte back in 2013. Miller had been selected as member of that year's Hall of Heroes class, a high distinction that honors some of the greatest stars to ever appear in the old Mid-Atlantic territory.

06/11/2016 09:10 AM
Navistar adds 300 jobs to build GM's G Van

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06/10/2016 10:30 AM
Springfield district opposed to school's move into area

Springfield Local School District officials are asking the Springfield Board of Trustees to stop Towpath Trail High School from moving into the area. During a special June 7 meeting, the Springfield Board of Education approved a resolution urging the Springfield Board of Trustees to reject Towpath's plan to establish a site at 1016 Canton Road, located north of U.S. Route 224 and opposite Hillside Memorial Park.

06/09/2016 05:57 PM
New auto parts store to be built in Springfield

An auto parts store plans to build a new 6,000-square-foot shop in Springfield. AutoZone is requesting to build a store at the Northland Plaza Shopping Center, on the north end of the city.

06/09/2016 09:11 AM
100 years ago with Charlie Miller

Here are two paragraphs from an old, yellowed colonial diary. "February ye tenth, 1628.

06/03/2016 11:14 AM
Outdoor stages set for summer concerts

Fans of everything from rock to classical will find something to enjoy as the outdoor summer concert season gets underway in the Akron area. Music lovers will find a range of concerts at parks and other public spaces that are sure to get toes tapping.

06/02/2016 05:34 PM
Mom on 7-Year-Old Transgender Daughter: 'She Always Was Elizabeth'

Katie Flesch says her transgender daughter Elizabeth is your typical little girl. The kindhearted 7-year-old loves animals, likes to bowl and enjoys picking flowers for her family.

06/02/2016 12:43 PM
Suit blames death on Dole salad, listeria outbreak

Springfield, Ohio a A new wrongful death lawsuit alleges an Ohio woman died because she ate salad processed at a Dole plant linked to a listeria outbreak. The Springfield News-Sun reported the lawsuit says a 79-year-old Franklin County woman died in February after eating salad from Dole's Springfield plant.

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