"Every year we break a record, break a record, break a record. This year we're hoping for 2,500 bikers," Barron, with the Highway Hikers says.
That led deputies to a home at 116 East Euclid Avenue in Springfield. Deputies and the RANGE Drug Task Force found another 3,275 pills at the residence along with some paraphernalia.
During Monday night's meeting of New Carlisle City Council, City Manager Kim Jones announced that she had spoken with Land Bank representatives concerning the Madison Street School building, as discussed in last week's Joint Government Meeting. Jones said the new Land Bank program simply did not have enough funds to cover the city's requirements of the old school.
Currently, when you dial 9-1-1 in Clark County, you're immediately asked if the call is for city or county. That's because Springfield and Clark County have two separate call centers.
On October 2, 2014 Clark County Sheriff Detectives executed a search warrant at 235 Fenwick Drive in the city of New Carlisle, Ohio after receiving information from the Champaign County Sheriff's Office reference to a fifteen year-old female reporting that she had been involved in sexual activity at that address with a twenty-three year old adult male. Detectives from the Clark County Sheriff's Office seized evidence from 235 Fenwick Drive during the search warrant and also arrested one Dakota Fox on two counts of unlawful sexual cond uct with a minor.
According to the National Council on Aging, older adults who participate in senior center programs experience measurable improvements in their physical, social, spiritual, emotional, mental, and economic well-being. With that understanding and with the knowledge that many senior citizens in our community were increasingly isolated from their support systems as they aged, Betty B. Pitzer founded Elderly United, now United Senior Services in 1968.
Based on Clark County's aging population projections, United Senior Services is looking forward with a vision of growth and improvement. For 46 years, USS has provided older adults a place to be active and involved and services to maintain independence.
According to a statement from Assurant's Communications Director, Robert Byrd, the elimination of those jobs is due to reduced amounts of business from one of the insurance provider's clients. "Our business and our Ohio staff have grown significantly in recent years.
A New Jersey investor has purchased an apartment community in Springfield. Judy Rei, owner of Southfield Village LLC, purchased the Southfield Village Apartments at 1110 E. John St. for $1.3 million, according to Clark County records.