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06/15/2018 02:00 PM
Springfield set to Rock the Docks

Music, food, fun and fireworks are slated for the 11th annual Rock the Docks Festival, which returns this year June 22-24 next to Springfield Lake along Canfield Road. Festival hours are Friday from 5 to 11 p.m., Saturday from noon to 11 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. Also, this year the event includes a "soft opening" June 21 from 6 to 10 p.m., with carnival games, rides and food only.


06/14/2018 05:04 PM
Entries still open for Buckeye Classic Yearling Sale

It's not too late to enter your yearlings at the Buckeye Classic Yearling Sale! Entries for the Buckeye Classic will remain open beyond the June 15 deadline. The fourth annual Buckeye Classic will be held Tuesday, Sept.


06/10/2018 11:02 PM
Two lanes re-open after semi crash on I-70 East at SR-72

The Ohio State Highway Patrol Post in Springfield is reporting the eastbound lanes on I-70 between State Routes 72 and 41 have been shut down following a crash involving a semi-trailer. According to reports, traffic in the area is backed up for several miles.


06/10/2018 06:34 PM
Will Grimmer returns to U.S. Open with experience in bag

The then 17-year-old was excited about the courtesy car he got as a competitor in 2014 at Pinehurst. Until he was told he had to be 18 to drive it.


06/08/2018 02:55 PM
Driver killed in head-on collision ID'd as 13-year-old girl Source: AP

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06/07/2018 12:37 PM
Area Religion Digest -

Children of Destiny 14th Annual Dance like David Danced service will be held 4 p.m. Sunday, June 10 at First United Christian Church, 626 N. Columbus Ave. Bishop Edgar A. Wallace is the senior pastor. Guests will attend from Xenia, Dayton, Columbus, Jamestown and Springfield.


06/06/2018 05:25 AM
Council OKs tax abatements for three expanding businesses

Three businesses looking to expand in Ashland soon will be doing just that after receiving tax abatement approval Tuesday night from Ashland City Council. Primal Fitness owner Craig Nolletti plans to build a new workout facility on Commerce Parkway, Springfield plans to develop a medical office for Akron Children's Hospital and Pioneer National Latex plans to add more warehouse and shipping space to its facility.


06/06/2018 12:44 AM
- Troy Daily News

The University of Findlay's Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble recently performed "Birth of a Nation" for their annual spring concert. The theme of the program centered on music of the American Revolutionary and Civil wars.


06/04/2018 07:30 PM
Peace Camp brings anti-bullying strategies to Clark County students

Monday kicked off the 32nd annual Peace Camp at Roosevelt Middle School in Springfield. The free, week-long day camp tailors lessons in peace to children from age four to the sixth grade.


06/04/2018 05:10 AM
One dead, two injured in Springfield crash

Police way an SUV was driving south on Portage Path when it ran a stop sign and hit a car. One person in the car died.


06/03/2018 10:35 AM
Red Cross volunteers honored -

Four residents of the Northern Miami Valley were honored at the local Red Cross Annual Meeting. The meeting was held to review last year's accomplishments including: Sound the Alarm efforts, the election of new officers, and honoring outgoing board members.


05/31/2018 10:45 PM
Official visits, camp participants at Wisconsin this weekend

With the Wisconsin Badgers starting their 2019 summer conditioning sessions this week, the program also now begins to host its summer camp series and also some recruits on official visits. Starting with those official visits and based on various reports and tweets-as seen in our tracker below-2019 recruits Dean Engram and Isaiah Gibson will be at Wisconsin starting on Friday.


05/25/2018 05:13 PM
Red Cross exceeds campaign goals -

The results are in and the Northern Miami Valley Ohio Chapter of the American Red Cross had an extremely successful "Sound the Alarm" campaign. NMVO volunteers and community partners installed a total of 268 free smoke alarms in area residences, making 116 homes safer.


05/25/2018 03:25 AM
Mad Minute stories from Thursday, May 24th

A Missouri storm chaser told friends in his obituary that he wants them to launch his ashes into a tornado, adding: "That'll be fun!!!!" Jim "Mad Dog" Sellars spelled out his unique wishes in the obituary he wrote before he died Tuesday. Greenlawn Funeral Home confirmed the death, saying the Springfield man was 64. He'd lived with a heart condition for several years.


05/24/2018 06:36 PM
3 girls hid in their home. Stepdad a laugheda as he killed their mom and sister, Ohio father says

A man shot his wife and stepdaughter in their Springfield, Ohio home last week - and three of the surviving family members hid from the gunfire as they heard him laughing "hysterically," FOX 45 reported. Eric Sirons, 56, gunned down his wife , Jennifer Sirons, 49, his stepdaughter, Andrea Heiser, 21, before turning the weapon on himself May 15, according to Springfield police Chief Lee Graf, WDTN reported.


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