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02/23/2018 04:07 PM
Tavern Logo - You've Got A Face For Radio Moe

You'd think a guy with the last name Sizlack would have style, or at very least a charming personality, but Moe lacks style and personality and serves up some of the most horrendous drinks. But the man does have plenty of Duff on hand at all times, and because that's one of the only palatable beverages he serves at his Tavern the Duff corporation loves old Moe the schmoe from Springfield-O.


02/23/2018 11:20 AM
Lakemore sets public hearing for zoning changes

Lakemore Village wants those who would be impacted by proposed rezoning ordinances to have ample time to consider the recommended changes and make comments before Council votes on the matter. "Upon further research, our time table moved back a little bit," Mayor Rick Justice said at the Feb. 20 Council meeting.


02/22/2018 11:39 PM
False alarm: Southwestern High School reacts to shooting threat

A post on Facebook threatening a possible school shooting at "SHS" had many schools across the Midwest on alert - including Southwestern High School. Southwestern School Superintendent Brad Skertich said the threat from Facebook was determined to have come from Springfield, Ohio.


02/22/2018 06:53 PM
Student behind viral 'SHS' school threat identified

The Spiro Police Department said extra precautions have been taken at Spiro Public Schools after a viral Facebook post threatened a school with the name "SHS." However, Spiro police said the post originated in Springfield, Ohio, and had gone viral in every state.


02/22/2018 02:13 PM
Area high schools investigate threatening social media post

A threatening social media post has gone viral involving a school with the initials S-H-S, but officials believe it is a hoax. The post appears to be written by a "Ray Andres" who says he will "bring a gun to school," as well as a post that reads, "Yes S-H-S" is the school I want."


02/21/2018 10:06 AM
8-year-old Ohio boy fears being hurt, takes gun to school

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02/20/2018 04:40 PM
Teen convicted of murder in brothera s slaying

An Ohio teenager charged as an adult for the killing of his younger brother after an argument over Halloween candy has been convicted of murder and sentenced to 15 years to life in prison. Court records show Nicholas Starling recently pleaded guilty to the charge in a courtroom in Springfield.


02/16/2018 11:21 AM
South Side News & Notes

Springfield Township Parks and Recreation Director Doug Foltz has accepted the position of parks and recreation director for Canton beginning Feb. 20. Foltz has served in Springfield since 2013 and oversaw improvements at the Senior and Community Center that included increased programming and older adult exercise equipment in the park located next door, as well as new children's playground equipment there; the development of the Springfield portion of the Spartan Trail; and the creation of a Parks and Trails Master Plan. He also oversaw events such as Rock the Docks, the Summer Concert Series at the Vincent J. Mealy Bicentennial Gazebo, the Car Cruise In, the Food Truck Festival, Steak on the Lake and the Holiday Lights on the Lake event.


02/14/2018 04:22 PM
Autonomous Cars May Cut Workplace Deaths, Official Says

Transportation-related workplace injuries might be slashed over time as autonomous vehicles become more common, state leaders said at a workshop in Springfield, Ohio, on Feb. 13. But the changing technology also means industries like insurance and transportation companies are rethinking what their futures might look like, said Kendra DePaul, state coverage manager for the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation. Transportation-related injuries are a leading cause of workplace deaths, she said.


02/12/2018 07:11 PM
Police: Women beat up store employee over Facebook post Source: Cox Media Group

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - An employee at Family Dollar in Ohio was assaulted after two women became upset that a video of them allegedly shoplifting earlier in the day had been posted on Facebook by the store's manager, according to a police report . Springfield police officers were called to the store about 4:30 p.m. Saturday.


02/12/2018 07:11 PM
Police: Women beat up store employee over Facebook post

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - An employee at Family Dollar in Ohio was assaulted after two women became upset that a video of them allegedly shoplifting earlier in the day had been posted on Facebook by the store's manager, according to a police report . Springfield police officers were called to the store about 4:30 p.m. Saturday.


02/12/2018 07:11 PM
Trending Now Police: Women beat up store employee over Facebook post

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - An employee at Family Dollar in Ohio was assaulted after two women became upset that a video of them allegedly shoplifting earlier in the day had been posted on Facebook by the store's manager, according to a police report . Springfield police officers were called to the store about 4:30 p.m. Saturday.


02/12/2018 03:14 PM
Is a familiar name ready to replace Kerry Coombs on Ohio State's coaching staff?

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State football lost assistant coach Kerry Coombs, an Ohio and Cincinnati man through and through, when he opted to join the Tennessee Titans staff last month. It seems the Buckeyes are poised to replace Coombs with another Ohio and Cincinnati man, and the name is one that will be familiar to Ohio State fans.


02/10/2018 11:37 AM
Nationstar Mortgage Claim Packet

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02/09/2018 10:19 AM
Area Digest -

Executive Committee Meeting of the Mental Health & Recovery Board of Clark, Greene and Madison Counties will be held 7:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 9 at 1055 East High Street, Springfield. The meeting is open to the public.


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