The New Carlisle woman convicted of concealing an unloaded .22-caliber pistol in her bra in the Miami County Jail in May will spend the next 18READ MORE
Two Accidents within an hour on Rt. 235 created a strain on local resources.
The first occurred around 8:00 Friday morning at Rt. 235 and Rt. 40.
Pike Township Fire crews were called to 8414 Ballentine Pike to rescue a man whose foot was caught in a grain bin auger.
It is unsure what he wasREAD MORE
New Carlisle News photographer Andy Grimm was shot by a Clark County deputy Monday evening.
Andy had left the office around 10:00 p.m. to takeREAD MORE
A massive fire Sunday morning caused extensive damage to RC Enterprises on Spence Rd. just outside of North Hampton.
Eight fire departments from threeREAD MORE
The Clark County Sheriff's Office is investigating an altercation that resulted in two men being stabbed in Park Layne last night.
Randy Sinclair II,READ MORE
The Clark County Commissioners in a move that is designed to support the services of the Dog Wardens Office and meet Ohio Revised Code announced theREAD MORE
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a serious injury crash that occurred on I-70 near I-675 in the westbound lanes on August 24, 2017 atREAD MORE
An accident Thursday evening sent one man to Miami Valley Hospital with life-threatening injuries.
“Initial reports indicate that the driver of theREAD MORE
A New Carlisle man is currently incarcerated in the Mercer County Jail on charges of felony theft.
On August 2nd the Celina Police Department arrestedREAD MORE
Huber Heights Police were involved in a pursuit early Wednesday (Aug 9) morning that ended with the suspect crashing into a tree in the 4100 block ofREAD MORE
Two women suffered minor injuries in a two-car accident Saturday morning on New Carlisle Pike.
According to Trooper Tim Durham of the Ohio StateREAD MORE
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