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Players share a passion for tennis, nurtured by Schaub

LEXINGTON – They are more than just doubles partners. Jay Harris and Nate Jones are tennis professionals who appreciate the job Ron Schaub did putting together the men’s field for the 82nd News Journal/Richland Bank Tournament. 1,089 more words


University of Cincinnati Police Shooting Prosecutor Joe Deters: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

On July 29, Hamilton County, Ohio Prosecutor Joe Deters made history by becoming the first prosecutor to charge a Cincinnati police officer with committing murder while on duty. 1,774 more words


Felicity pitcher Woodmansee signs with Northwestern Ohio

FELICITY – Sandy Woodmansee’s next strike in a softball game will come some 155 miles away in Lima, Ohio.

The Felicity-Franklin three-year starting pitcher recently signed to play for the University of Northwestern Ohio in the NAIA. 400 more words


A new chemistry for the car wash

New work from a Xavier University professor and his colleagues proves that even the dirtiest of dirty water can be salvaged for reuse.

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All-Star season not done in local baseball

While the Major League Baseball All-Star Game captivated Cincinnatians last week, local baseball players were getting ready for midsummer classic dreams of their own.

The Cincinnati Steam has four players who are set to represent the team in the 2015 Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League All-Star on Tuesday, July 21 at Prasco Park in Mason. 774 more words


MOR (My Own Review): MMK Ang Tahanan Mo "Sketch Pad"

This was not supposed to be my next blog, but this story really inspired me a lot and made me cry while I was at work. 971 more words


Roebker-Fraser duo win Met doubles title

The Thomas E. Price Cincinnati Metropolitan Tennis Tournament is in full swing at the Lindner Family Tennis Center at Lunken Playfield. Sunday was overlap day featuring the conclusion of three doubles tournaments and the beginning of the men’s and women’s singles tournaments, which run through Friday’s finals. 445 more words