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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
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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.


02/08/2018 10:51 PM
Business briefing: Airlines' bump rates fall off significantly

Airlines bumped passengers off flights at the lowest rate on record last year after United Airlines was pilloried when a passenger was dragged off a full plane. The Transportation Department said Thursday that airlines bumped about one passenger in every 29,000 in 2017, roughly half the rate of the year before.


02/01/2018 03:29 PM
Friends to present a Presidents at the Plazaa -

The Friends of the Piqua Public Library will present their first Library Lounge Series program for 2018, "Presidents at the Plaza," at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, in the lobby of the library, 116 W. High St. This year, the theme for the series is "Twentieth Century Countdown." Each program will focus on a different time period in the century, which began with the invention of cars, airplanes and radio, and ended with widespread use of the internet.


02/01/2018 10:28 AM
AMATS awards funding for improvements

Thirty-seven highway, bike and pedestrian projects in Greater Akron will receive nearly $34 million in federal funds following the Jan. 25 meeting of the Policy Committee of the Akron Metropolitan Area Transportation Study . AMATS Transportation Improvement Program Coordinator Dave Pulay said the projects represent wise investments in the region's infrastructure in the face of diminishing funding resources.


01/31/2018 01:08 PM
Woman accused of driving drunk with baby, 3 children Source: Cox Media Group

GERMAN TOWNSHIP, Ohio - A Springfield, Ohio, woman was arrested and ordered into court after authorities alleged she drove while intoxicated and crashed with a baby and three children in her vehicle. Ashley L. Waldron, 24, pleaded not guilty in Clark County Municipal Court on Monday to charges that include operating a vehicle while intoxicated, having an open container and four counts of child endangering.


01/31/2018 01:08 PM
Woman accused of driving drunk with baby, 3 childrenA Springfield,...

GERMAN TOWNSHIP, Ohio - A Springfield, Ohio, woman was arrested and ordered into court after authorities alleged she drove while intoxicated and crashed with a baby and three children in her vehicle. Ashley L. Waldron, 24, pleaded not guilty in Clark County Municipal Court on Monday to charges that include operating a vehicle while intoxicated, having an open container and four counts of child endangering.


01/31/2018 01:08 PM
Woman accused of driving drunk with baby, 3 children

GERMAN TOWNSHIP, Ohio - A Springfield, Ohio, woman was arrested and ordered into court after authorities alleged she drove while intoxicated and crashed with a baby and three children in her vehicle. Ashley L. Waldron, 24, pleaded not guilty in Clark County Municipal Court on Monday to charges that include operating a vehicle while intoxicated, having an open container and four counts of child endangering.


01/30/2018 03:39 PM
Navistar to Redesign Trucks, Begin UAW Talks in 2018

Navistar has several big ticket items planned in 2018, including a redesign of all of its trucks, a new labor contract in Springfield, Ohio and production starting on a new GM truck. Annual reports and documents filed recently by Navistar show the truckmaker gained market share last year and company leaders are optimistic for a strong 2018, although the Illinois-based company faces challenges that include a competitive U.S truck market and other risks.


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