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Future of Liberty Twp. suburbia: Pedestrian walkways

Future of Liberty Twp. suburbia: Pedestrian walkways

Someday soon people may be able to walk from Lakota East High School and Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus to mega retail shopping center Liberty Center on a pedestrian bridge over Ohio 129. Liberty Twp. will commission a design and engineering study to get a better cost estimate on the first part of a broader plan to make the township more pedestrian friendly. The cost estimate for the study...
Fraternity visitor caught stealing American flags in Oxford

Fraternity visitor caught stealing American flags in Oxford

An officer on patrol on College Corner Pike at 1:34 a.m. Nov. 12 was flagged down by a motorist who reported seeing several men stealing American flags. The officer located four college-age men in the Wendy’s parking lot carrying several flags on 10-foot poles. MORE: Miami University student indicted on 13 sex charges, including rape When the men saw the officer, they ran, three heading east...
Hofstra beats Dayton with free throws down the stretch

Hofstra beats Dayton with free throws down the stretch

Coach Anthony Grant made his last substitution with just over five minutes to play Thursday. From that point forward, the Dayton Flyers stuck with Jalen Crutcher, Trey Landers, Xeyrius Williams, Darrell Davis and Kostas Antetokounmpo. That group almost got the job done, but ultimately, the Flyers lost 72-69 to Hofstra in the first round of the Charleston Classic at TD Bank Arena with two of their...
Cincinnati Reds: Joey Votto runner-up in National League MVP voting

Cincinnati Reds: Joey Votto runner-up in National League MVP voting

Joey Votto’s masterpiece 2017 season was not rewarded Thursday with the National League Most Valuable Player Award. The Cincinnati Reds first baseman finished two points shy of winner Giancarlo Stanton of the Marlins in voting by the Baseball Writers Association of America. They both had 10 first-place votes. Stanton won the total vote, 302-300. Arizona’s Paul Goldschmidt finished a distant...
Hamilton rolling out artistic bike racks

Hamilton rolling out artistic bike racks

There are birds. There’s a paper plane. Two skeletons and a skeleton key. A shock absorber — like the kind made in Hamilton — plus a guitar and a painter’s palette. Those are some of the first decorative bicycle racks being rolled out in Hamilton, which peddles the image of the Butler County seat as not only artistic, but also an active place to work, play and live. Local filmmakers...