On June 14, American Legion Post 286 hosted its annual Flag Day ceremony with 15,000 unserviceable American flags being retired and burned. It took

“First and foremost, I would urge your readers to think about the last time they reviewed their insurance policies,” says Dave Closey, the owner of

A two-car collision on Rt. 235 tied up rush hour traffic Friday afternoon. The accident occurred around 4:30 p.m. in front of Meadowview Growers. According

With summer fast approaching and graduation celebrations beginning this weekend, Clark County Combined Health District (CCCHD) Health officials want

Michael Rose, 29, of New Carlisle, Ohio, was sentenced today in U.S. District Court to 12 months in prison for attempted extortion under the color of

The National Weather Service in Wilmington (NWS) has confirmed a tornado touched down last evening, May 24 2017, near Park Layne in Clark County. According

Very strong winds, possibly a tornado, struck several Park Layne businesses shortly after 9:00 Wednesday evening. The roof was torn off of the Family

The weather man had done a pretty good job in recent days of keeping temperatures to the max for May and the skies clear, but the grand opening of the

This was the 22nd year that the Clark County Coonhunters held their annual kid’s day at the Coonhunter Club in Huber Heights. The event ran from noon

A five-year-old business celebrated their second relocation with a Grand Opening on Friday. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate. Abe’s Hidden

Cub Scout Pack 220 was at the New Carlisle Cemetery on Saturday morning helping to clean up brush and trash. “We needed to look at a religious

When First Responders go to work, they never know whether they might assist an elderly person in medical distress, provide emergency services at the

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