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Councilman Jim Armbruster Dies

According to his family, Middletown City Councilman and Vice Mayor Jim Armbruster died early yesterday morning. He was 66. Armbruster is said to have passed away from complications from a heart problem. He had recently undergone heart surgery after experiencing … Continue reading

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Miami Conservancy District To Be Sued For $1.5M

Lawsuits are a big deal no matter what the cost may be. Lawsuits that range in the million dollar mark are monsters all their own though. Having to deal with it as a single person can be life changing to … Continue reading

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Shelters For The Homeless Expected To Be At Capacity This Winter

During the holiday rush, with families trying to constantly get the right flight to meet up with each other, and the mad rush at the lines in Toys R” Us, we tend to forget how lucky we really are with … Continue reading

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2010 Summer Fun in Middletown

Summer may be half-way over, but there is still tons to do in Middletown and the surrounding area over the next month or two. Below you’ll find all types of activities from sports to the arts, from activities for grown-ups … Continue reading

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Steel Magnolia Nomination Deadline Extended

The deadline for the 2010 Steel Magnolia nominations has been extended through July 30, 2010. For the second year in a row, the Middletown Community Foundation is accepting nominations for the Steel Magnolia Award. The award is for women who, … Continue reading

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PAWS Adoption Center in Middletown

The PAWS Adoption Center is located on Cincinnati-Dayton Road in Middletown. They are a no-kill, non-profit shelter for unwanted dogs and cats and their goal is to provide care and homes for those animals, as well as to promote adoption … Continue reading

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Middletown Site is One of State’s First Job Ready Sites

Ohio’s Job Ready Site program is aimed at creating and building more development sites that can be readily offered to companies who would like to move to or expand within the state and a new Middletown office development by Al … Continue reading

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Housing Prices Up in Metro Cincinnati

Today, the National Association of Realtor (NAR) reported that the median price of homes in metro Cincinnati are up from year-over-year first quarters. That said, prices have dropped from 2009′s fourth quarter. In the first quarter of 2010, the price … Continue reading

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Greater Miami River Clean-Up

If you’d like to make an impact on your community, there’s a great volunteer opportunity for you on Saturday, May 1st. The Sixth Annual Clean Sweep of the Great Miami Repellent out than and Just online pain pills frizz face … Continue reading

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2010 Census Form – 10 Questions in 10 Minutes

After months of preparation the United States government is finally ready to put the census in the hands of local residents and will mail over 120 million census forms across the United States within a month. Even though the 2010 … Continue reading

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