The Star Press
John Mann builds dragster he loved as a kid
John Mann remembers the first time he saw Steve Kinder's 1932 Ford "B" sedan, which had been turned into a beefy little dragster.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Autocar seeks room to grow
Autocar has seen a lot of changes in the last 10 years. The Hagerstown company has grown from 12 employees to more than 240 and one product line to three.
Woman CareFlighted with 'serious' injuries
A woman was seriously injured at about 3 p.m. Monday on Boston Township Line Road just south of Indiana 227 South.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Murder trial date rescheduled
A Dayton man charged with murder in the stabbing death of a 20-year-old Dayton man earlier this year in Richmond had his trial date rescheduled in Wayne County Circuit Court.
Xenia Daily Gazette
The Amish Cook
I attended a picnic yesterday in Wayne County, Indiana. The picnic was notable because it was just an eclectic neat mix of people: Old Order Amish, German Baptists, Plain Protestant, and just regular ol' non-Plain people like me.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Wayne County 4-H Fair has its queen
Elizabeth Fouche, 17, was chosen as queen for the 2013 Wayne County 4-H Fair during a competition Saturday in Centerville.
Rolling along for a bright future
A 1920 Pilot 45 automobile from the permanent collection at the Wayne County Historical Museum won first place Sunday in the antique division at the Ault Park Concours D'Elegance car show in Cincinnati.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Go Wayne County
Historic Centerville Garden Tour 2013
Historic Centerville is hosting its 4th annual Garden Tour on Saturday, July 13 from 9 - 4 and Sunday, July 14 from 11 - 4. This year's gardens are in the Cambridge City area and all are in Wayne County.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Sheriff reports fatal car-train accident near Hagerstown
Wayne County Sheriff Jeff Cappa says a fatal car-train accident took place early Thursday afternoon near Hagerstown.
4 job fairs planned in Wayne County
Job seekers in Wayne County can now mark four job fairs on their calendars. Wayne County Commissioner Mary Anne Butters announced the four Wayne County Jobs Task Force Job and Scholarship Fair dates and locations Wednesday evening.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Small explosion rocks Wayne County farm
Fuel is considered the likely culprit of a small explosion Wednesday on a farm in rural Wayne County southwest of Fountain City, authorities said.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Reid offers free quitting-tobacco program Tuesday
Residents who want to learn more about kicking the tobacco habit are invited Tuesday to attend "Tobacco 101 and How to Quit," a special presentation at Reid Hospital in Richmond.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Commissioner seeks 'cultural shift' on jobs
Wayne County Commissioner Mary Anne Butters, as she had promised to do while a candidate for office, last week presided over the first meeting of a local jobs task force.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Wayne County Foundation to honor 2 at annual dinner June 20
Father John Luerman and Penn Ansorg will be honored June 20 at the Wayne County Foundation's annual dinner.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Tee times set for county amateur
With no Skip Runnels in this year's Wayne County Amateur Golf Tournament, the championship will be up for grabs.
Jobs task force attendees put to work
At the beginning of the Wayne County Jobs Task Force meeting Thursday afternoon, Wayne County Commissioner Mary Anne Butters promised that those attending would be given a task and she kept her promise.
Studebaker club brings cars to Wayne County
The Indiana chapter of the Studebaker International Car Club is bringing its tour to Wayne County on Saturday and many of the cars will remain in the community through Sunday.
New Richmond charter school seeks 300-plus students
Richmond's new charter school for high school diploma-seeking adults is building a staff and making plans to recruit more than 300 students for this fall while details of a contract with Richmond Community Schools is being considered this week.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Local economy focus of meetings
Two meetings Thursday will focus on ways to improve the local economy. The second annual Quality of Place Conference features a keynote address by Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory, who will talk about successful neighborhood revitalization efforts in the Over-the-Rhine district.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
EDC grant will help Hagerstown add jobs
Grant funds will help a Hagerstown company expand its operation and add five new full-time jobs.