Authorities say the body of a 9-year-old boy who apparently drowned has been pulled from a creek in southwest Ohio.


The Clark County, Ohio, Sheriff's Office asked for the public's help to identify a man who is seen stealing steaks by concealing the meat in his pants and walking out of the grocery store.


Llamas and alpacas took center stage Saturday in the final days of the Greene County Fair, sending several exhibitors home with some serious hardware.


It's an unprecedented move to fight drug abuse in Clark County, and it's coming with a major hurdle.


Speedway announced last week it was investing $9.1 million into Clark County, adding a new building in Springfield and growing its Enon headquarters.


During the meeting of New Carlisle City Council, held Monday, July 21, Councilman Bill McIntire presented blue ribbons to Sergeant Ralph Underwood of the Clark County Sheriff's Office and New Carlisle Planning Director McIntire said this is his favorite time of year, as he loves to visit the Clark County Fair, and presented the ribbons to Bridge ... (more)


Nearly 300 reels of Microfilm were donated to the New Carlisle Public Library and New Carlisle Historical Society last week, a gift from the Clark County Historical Society.


When Grant Kaffenbarger entered the Calf Scramble arena on the final day of the 2014 Clark County Fair, he was walking in the footsteps of his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather before him.


A Springfield manufacturing business has shut down. Fabright Precision Metalworks Inc. on Walnut Street will auction its equipment later this month.


Speedway LLC will invest $9.1 million in its Dayton-area headquarters and create 350 new jobs over the next three years.


The Enon-based company says it is buying an office building in Springfield's NextEdge Applied Research and Technology Park.


On July 9, 2014, the New Carlisle Crime Watch met to discuss strategies for reducing crime and to review crime statistics for the area.


In just under ten years, a group of approximately two dozen women has created thousands of knitted and crocheted items for community members residing in shelters or for those who require hospitalization or medical services.


On July 21, 2014 the Clark County Sheriff's Office Communication Center received an alarm call at 1009 Beach Drive in Crystal Lakes area of Medway Ohio.


Two Clark County female inmates accused of urinating in another female inmate's hot chocolate were in Clark County Municipal Court Tuesday facing assault charges for the alleged action.