The Oakley Community Council will have several new but familiar faces in 2014.
Clean it up. That's the message Miami Township Trustee Mary Makley Wolff sent to the township's service department recently. 'We are not doing a good job of picking up the trash,' Wolff said.
Sign replacement work will require lane and ramp closures on Interstate 71 beginning tonight (Dec. 11).
Eric Vinegar, 45, 1457 W. North Bend Road, theft, Nov. 21.
Kelly Crosby, 25, 105 Eighth Ave., operating vehicle under the influence and driving under suspension, Nov. 28.
I spy with my little eye. It's a game that was created to keep kids occupied on long car rides, and adapted into a series of books with rhyming clues.
Companies and individuals caught posting signs on public property in Sycamore Township may get fined in the future.
Santa stopped by Bethany School to pose for a few photos with the students. First-grader Katie Mauer is glad for the chance to let Santa know what she would like for Christmas.
Dr. Z. Charles Fixler, who has been practicing dermatology for more than 50 years, has been named 2013 Practitioner of the Year by the Dermatology Foundation.
While shopping and dining in Montgomery this holiday season, take advantage of the holiday valet parking service available from several popular Montgomery destinations.
There's a new mayor in town. Minutes after being sworn in Dec. 6, freshly minted members of Indian Hill Village Council voted to make Keith Rabenold mayor and Dan Feigelson vice mayor.
The Franciscan Peddler Thrift Shop in Hartwell, on the campus of the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor, couldn't compete against the snowy, icy weather.
Brandy Carpenter, 30, 11037 Quailridge, trafficking in drugs, Nov. 11.
Juvenile male, 14, aggravated robbery, Nov. 6.
Adam C. Geonetta, 31, 1861 S. Sixth St., drug abuse, Nov. 23.
Sixty Wyoming High School students attended the Senior Ohio Model United Nations Conference in Columbus Dec. 1-3, and came home with more awards than any other high school in attendance.
Monfort Heights resident Antwan Hill is appearing as George and Charles in this year's Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park production of 'A Christmas Carol,' presented by U.S. Bank.
wBethany School fifth-graders performed experiments to learn how water causes caves to form. From left: Grace Harrell, Kennedy West, Abby Johnson and Rachel McDulin, standing, prepare to run the experiment.
The Parish of St. George Russian Orthodox Church invites its new neighbors to our 'Russian Christmas Concert' at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13. The free concert will be held in the parish's new home at 118 N.
Bethany School kindergartners had quite a morning. They tried to bake a gingerbread baby, but it escaped from the oven and led them in a chase all over the campus.
When Lisa Lickert recently bought EMI Network — a national marketing firm whose clients including USA Today, Forbes and the Chicago Cubs — she knew she'd get the 'woman' question.
Danbarry Cinemas in Western Hills is hosting its annual 'Canned Film Festival' benefit.
Sylvia Thomas, 33, 1189 Ashbrough St., open container, Nov. 22.
Deer Park decked the halls of the park with Yuletide decorations.
John Lee, 51, 4828 Glenway, theft, Nov. 19.
Northwest employees got a raise at the last board of education meeting for two outgoing board members Monday night.
While Mercy Health's inpatient services on the West Side have been consolidated at the new Mercy Health — West Hospital, the health provider still offers services at its locations in Westwood and Mount Airy.
The roar of racing engines was heard during the third annual Ohio Valley Voices OVV-500 in October at Motorsports Country Club of Cincinnati.
This winter the employees of the Sycamore Plaza Old Navy are celebrating the blessings of the season with a canned good drive for the Northeast Emergency Distribution Services food pantry.
Enjoy a Christmas light show every Friday and Saturday until Jan. 4 in the Stagge-Marr Park in Goshen. The show will have 60,000 lights set to music.