The Hamilton County Republican Party Thursday morning will announce Republican Kentucky Senator Rand Paul as the county's Lincoln Day dinner speaker. The dinner is scheduled for May 16. Details on time, location and tickets to come.
Triffon Callos will become the township's new trustee.
New Indian Hill High School football coach wants to spur community involvement in football.
The Bethel Police Department is in need of an immediate infusion of funds — something the village's tax-hike issue on the May ballot won't fix even if voters approve it.
Western Hills Lions Club President Tom Enderle has announced 2014 Rupert Doan Legacy Award applications will be accepted through April 21.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has asked all of its 12 highway districts to conserve salt supplies while combating any further snow and ice this season.
Mother of Mercy High School invites the community to its fourth annual Mercy Madness & Monte Carlo event.
UC Clermont College is seeking nominations for its 2014 Distinguished Alumnus Award.
The other day, as I was gazing at a smiley picture of Jesus, there came an inspiration, that how could I not share with others, an appreciation for the many years of service you, sister Ann Ryan, has given us.
If ever there was doubt that online scammers are the type to kick you while you're down, consider this: A new survey finds that depressed people and those who have lost their jobs are at the greatest risk of becoming victims of Internet fraud.
A Northwest High School teaching assistant has resigned while police investigate whether he had sex with a 17-year-old female student at the school last month.
Participants in an upcoming run may look a little tie-dyed.
Cincinnati Country Day School seventh-grader Bryon Williamson wanted to share a love of the outdoors with youngsters at his school.
A double-lane closure will be in place tonight on northbound Interstate 75 between the Harrison Avenue and I-74 exits due to construction.
McAuley High School students share their love of science with younger children through the McAuley Traveling Science Show, an ongoing outreach service to area elementary schools. This year, the McAuley show is being presented to 20 elementary schools.
Since Becky Smith opened Uniquely Yours in Wyoming a year ago, her sweet personality and lovely selection of gently used items have made her many new friends who joined her family and old friends to celebrate her 60th birthday at Embassy Suites March 1.
The Sharon Woods Photography Travel Series continues, with programs scheduled every Friday evening through April 25. There is no program Good Friday, April 18.
When Jan and Ralph Colegrove told me about the 10th annual Springdale-Forest Park Lions Club March 15 Pancake Breakfast, they insisted they were not important to the announcement.
If only it were true. Alas, There is no Santa Claus and big oil and gas care only about themselves.
Do you know it is best to approach horses slowly and from the front because they see things differently than do humans?
Two members of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission weighed in Wednesday against new minority inclusion efforts passed by Cincinnati's City Council hours earlier.
Loveland City School District Superintendent Chad Hilliker has planned a number of 'Chats with Chad' to ensure the Loveland community understands the importance of the upcoming May 6 levy.
On Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m., the pictured female suspect entered the Kroger on Delhi Road.
Police in at least four Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky communities are looking for a woman who is suspected of using stolen credit cards.
The city of Blue Ash was recently ranked as the third best community in Ohio.
Pierce Township is looking for a new administrator after David Elmer resigned at the end of February. Trustees accepted his resignation during a special meeting Feb. 26.
The Sycamore Community Schools buildings will be getting secured entrances to increase safety.
My daughter and I have a saying that we use as a reminder to think before you act. 'Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.'
It's been about a month since we held our fourth annual State of the Schools address for Mariemont City Schools.
Dozens of children made it safely off a school bus that caught fire in Westwood Tuesday afternoon, said an official from a nearby fire station.