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See how the county likes that. Had this occurred during levy or election time, your pipe would be fixed already. Comment?
Local fire department officials recently got a look at the future of ambulances and emergency medical service equipment, and the manufacturer's engineers took the opportunity to get feedback from firefighter-paramedics on the frontline. Comment?
The special day will be marked by a family gathering with their children and grandchildren Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, the couple was married by Father Charles O'Brien at St. Gertrude's Church in Madeira, Ohio. Comment?
A judge has been assigned to the law suit Madeira resident Jim Horwitz filed against Madeira City Council for allegedly violating executive session among other allegations. Comment?
Trustees have sidelined a proposal to put a tax hike on the November ballot. They've decided to concentrate -- at least for now - on an economic-development initiative that would not raise residents' property taxes. Comment?
In a move that could save the district money, Madeira's school board has agreed to join with other school districts to shop for the best property insurance rate. Comment?
Mariemont officials are trying to find a way to keep secret any discussion about a potential joint economic development district with Columbia Township. Comment?
The Reds have selected Andrew Benintendi of Madeira in the 31st round of the MLB draft . Comment?
Madeira students ate, danced, then partied all night at their prom May 4. As is the tradition at Madeira High School, juniors and seniors met in the parking lot at the school to catch buses for the prom. Comment?
The process to set up Sycamore Township's joint economic development zones in Kenwood is moving along. Comment?
Madeira officials, from left: Tom Moeller, city manager, Rick Brasington, Mayor, and Robert Malloy, law director, discussed the city hiring special counsel to deal with a law suit the city is facing from resident Jim Horwitz. Comment?
Located on Camargo Road, just west of Miami Avenue, Hospice of Southwest Ohio's new inpatient center will be a place for seriously ill patients to have their symptoms managed around-the-clock. Comment?
The Madeira City Council scheduled a special meeting for Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. to vote to allow Tom Moeller, city manager, to 'engage' attorney Terry Donnellon as special counsel for the city. Comment?
Chuy's expansion in the Greater Cincinnati area will continue when the Tex-Mex style restaurant opens Aug. Comment?
Question: We've heard about the new online sales tax and the Ohio tax on services but I'm not sure... Mike Wessel, owner of Choo Choo's restaurant, pitches his idea for an ice-cream shop to the Madeira Economic Development Committee Wednesday, May 22. Comment?
To help your budget, we've lined up a bunch of fun stuff to do this weekend that will not break the... Maestro James Levine is gearing up to return to the podium after a two-year absence due to a spinal... Each year, the Madeira Schools Foundation takes nominations for three awards: distinguished alumni/citizen, distinguished staff and Friends of ... (more) Comment?
The Reds may have finished April 3-9 on the road, but they're off to a 3-1 start away from home in... These top 31 seniors from Madeira High School earned a 4.0 or better grade point average. Comment?
The Reds may have finished April 3-9 on the road, but they're off to a 3-1 start away from home in... Mason and Moeller earned the top two seeds in Division I at the Southwest District's sectional baseball draw Sunday at Lakota West. Comment?
A therapy dog and her owner bring joy to many children at Madeira Elementary School, but as the school year ends, it's time to say farewell until next year. Comment?
Lunch will be served in the main dining room and presentation of this year's scholarship recipients will immediately follow. Comment?