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03/11/2018 12:13 PM
Main Street welcomes The Mercantile -

A new business has opened up shop on Main Street, offering a variety of antiques, home decorations, and unique finds. "We opened Dec. 1," said Steve Greggerson, who owns The Mercantile with his wife Mindy.

03/11/2018 03:07 AM
Auditor: Public records citations fell 22 percent in 2017

Ohio's auditor says public records-related citations across the state fell last year, but some officials still need to work harder to comply with the law. Statistics released Sunday show 321 citations were issued against 267 public entities in 2017.

03/10/2018 01:06 AM
Returning soldiers to be welcomed

The Ohio National Guard will welcome home about 280 soldiers from the 371st Sustainment Brigade, headquartered in Springfield, as they return from a nearly year-long deployment in support of operations in Southwest Asia. The public is invited to the unit's welcome home ceremony at 3 p.m. today at First Christian Church, 3638 Middle Urbana Road, Springfield.

03/08/2018 08:59 AM
Metal-Benders' Fear Tariffs Might Break Them

Small manufacturers that fashion metal into parts for makers of cars, appliances and other products fear they could be the hardest hit by new tariffs on aluminum and steel. "I'm worried," said Dave Arndt, chief executive of Pentaflex Inc. of Springfield, Ohio, whose products include components such as truck axles and exhaust systems.

03/05/2018 11:13 PM
Trustees name Dr. Amit Singh president of Edmonds Community College

The Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees voted at its March 2 meeting to offer Singh the job. He accepted and will begin work June 25, a college announcement said.

03/01/2018 07:58 AM
Mercy Health hiring for 60 at Dayton-area hospital

Mercy Health looks to fill 60 positions at an Urbana Hospital recruitment event.

02/28/2018 01:26 AM
No charges for shooter who claims self-defense in Springfield killing

The man who fatally shot a Springfield 15-year-old in November won't be charged after a grand jury found he had a reasonable belief that his life was in danger. A Clark County Grand Jury voted unanimously to not indict Timothy Reed on any charges in connection with the death of William Allen "B.J." Beverly Jr., according to the Clark County Prosecutor's Office.

02/27/2018 01:30 PM
After Salina elementary student takes gun to school, father asks city to take action

He predicted they would tell him they couldn't add the extra school resource officers from the Salina Police Department and the double-wide metal detectors at each school building that he thought would keep students safe. He said commissioners would tell him it was the school district's problem, and the Salina School Board would tell him that the city paid for the resource officers.

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.

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