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The sheriff says only two deputies are under contract to work in New Carlisle. He says if the OSP pitches in, it will leave patrols in Bethel and Pike townships alone.


A Dayton-based trucking company is planning a headquarters move to Clark County.


United Rehabilitation Services of Greater Dayton has opened a new clinic to expand its services to Clark and Greene counties.


The Springfield Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol says it is getting tips about a driver who ran from the scene of a fatal crash, but he is still nowhere to be found. US Marshals were also out looking for Angel Rojas Wednesday.


A Union re-enactor holds a sword and a flower last Saturday as he helps commemorate the 150th anniversary of the fall of Richmond, Virginia, to Union forces. The Confederate Army abandoned its capital city of Richmond just days before Gen.


A Clark county manufacturer is teaming up with an Italian company to launch a new operation from the Dayton region.


Marilyn Chaffin, right, executive director of A Friend's House, listens to the commissioners during their Monday meeting to discuss domestic violence services in Madison County. To her left, Kristie Davis, A Friend's House board member, and Steve Pronai, county prosecutor.


I've spent the last nine months or so creating a friendship with my advertising counterpart here at the newspaper, so I think I'm at a point where I can publicly poke a little fun at her in these pages and she won't smack me on Monday. Stephanie Collins, who joined this office as an advertising manager last July following a move from Portsmouth, is apparently a bit of a city slicker.


SPRINGFIELD TWP., Ohio - Clark County deputies arrested a woman who is accused of lying about a deputy involved shooting at a bar. The Bureau of Criminal Investigation accuses her of making false statements to agents as they investigated the March 20 shooting.


Clark County commissioners are considering the acquisition of the Ohio Army National Guard site, possibly to be used to expand the Clark County Fairgrounds and add other commercial development. "I just think it's a good opportunity for the county to move forward and make that a productive piece of ground," he said.