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06/23/2017 10:21 AM
Springfield district adding educational tools

A new program is being implemented in the Springfield Local School District to better individualize the learning experience for each student, further driving each pupil to academic achievement. Brad Beun, district director of special services, said the classroom tool would aid teachers in determining where each student is academically and provide a path to helping him or her reach their full potential.


06/16/2017 10:04 AM
Rock the Docks marks decade of fun in Springfield

The township's annual celebration of summertime fun, Rock the Docks, will feature entertainment and family-friendly activities for the 10th year. Rock the Docks will take place June 23 from 5 to 11 p.m., June 24 from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and June 25 from noon to 6 p.m. All events will take place along Canfield Road next to Springfield Lake.


06/16/2017 10:04 AM
Dizzy Duck Derby raises funds for Port-Summit Rotary Club

More than 800 rubber ducks raced down the Springfield Lake Outlet to raise funds for the Port-Summit Rotary Club during the Dizzy Duck Derby June 3. The second annual event invited area residents to sponsor one of the ducks for $10 for a chance to win $1,000, $500, $250, $150 and $100 in race prizes, according to club officials. Shown above are club members preparing for the event.


06/15/2017 02:50 AM
Iconic Harmar Hill home sold

ERIN O'NEILL The Marietta Times Mary Rongyos, left, from Cuyahoga Falls, holds Bear and her friend Cherryl Huffenberger, right, from Springfield, pays attention to Cooper, longtime fixtures at the House on Harmar Hill, on Wednesday. It is time to turn the page on a well-known Victorian home in Marietta as the former owner and the home itself will begin new chapters of life.


06/14/2017 06:06 PM
a I think Mommy is deada : Child runs to neighbora s after alleged drug overdose

A child in Springfield, Ohio, ran to a neighbor's house asking for help. And this wasn't the first time.


06/14/2017 01:28 PM
No Bidding? No Problem

When Joe Deters reclaimed his desk as Hamilton County prosecutor in 2005 after a six-year hiatus, one of his first acts was to order the extinction of the office's prehistoric Windows 98 computer system. That wasn't all.


06/14/2017 10:57 AM
Lower judge can't overrule appeals court ruling

The law is the law, except, apparently, in one Ohio judge's courtroom. State court officials need to look into his attitude and determine whether it is appropriate to keep him on the bench.


06/12/2017 06:38 PM
Education Department Is Rejecting University Grant Applications Because Of Double-Spacing

Universities making simple mistakes on Department of Education grant applications, like using the wrong spacing or type face, are losing thousands of dollars in federal funding. At least 40 colleges and organizations applying for federal grants for Upward Bound , a program established in 1960s that helps pay for for low-income students to attend college, have been rejected for failing to follow strict guidelines regarding spacing and font, according to The Chronicle for Higher Education .


06/10/2017 12:51 PM
Ohio to pay man a judge refused to release from prison

Ohio has agreed to pay a man $110,000 because a judge refused to release him from prison after his drug conviction was overturned. The Dayton Daily News reports the state Controlling Board is expected to vote Monday on the settlement for Frank Davis.


06/08/2017 03:11 PM
Cool Homes: Road trip to Wright's Westcott House

Some thought it was a barn, some a sanitarium and one facetious man said it was to be a menagerie. But it was to be none of these, but a most original and charming house.


06/06/2017 08:11 PM
U.S. Marshals arrest wanted man in shooting

According to the U.S. Marshals, a shooting occured on Rutland Avenue in Springfield. Joe Gohl, 21, was taken to the Springfield Regional Medical Center with gunshot wounds.


06/05/2017 09:04 PM
PHOTOS: 2017 U.S. Open sectional qualifying

The "Longest Day in Golf" is here and in full swing! We're keeping track of all 10 U.S. Open sectional qualifiers taking place across the country on Monday right here . Along with coverage, we're compiling the best photos from each of the sites.


06/05/2017 04:42 PM
Manufacturer laying off 81 in Springfield

Navistar is laying off 81 people from its Springfield plant. The auto manufacturer filed notice with the state that 81 employees, most of them journeymen mechanics, would be laid off from its Truck Specialty Center at 5971 Urbana Rd. in Springfield over the course of several months.


06/04/2017 08:12 AM
Ohio farmers fear Trump push to revamp NAFTA Updated at

The Trump administration's hope of revising NAFTA is prompting fears that acrimonious talks could spark a trade war and threaten the lucrative export of soybeans and corn by Ohio's farmers. Although U.S. Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer has assured lawmakers on Capitol Hill that the administration is committed to producing "substantive results" for American agriculture, agricultural leaders are worried because the 1993 North American Free Trade Agreement with Mexico and Canada and other trade pacts have led to a thriving Ohio farming export industry.


06/02/2017 11:15 AM
How Yellow Springs came to be a village

The village of Yellow Springs was named in honor of a spring which has been well-known for centuries. It is said that the Shawnee called it "cool as the morning air and with the golden tint of the setting sun."


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