Rising grocery prices are everywhere, but is there a real way to make decisions that cut costs?
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Imagine needing to escape a dangerous relationship, but your beloved pet is caught in the middle. Meet a local woman who decided to live in her car with her pets rather than the safety of a shelter, that wouldn’t take her unless she left them behind.
With the threat of shortages and shipping delays, lots of people turning to online sites like Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist to locate hard-to-find gifts. This often means buyers and sellers will need to meet in-person, but there are places to make those transactions safely.
With the wind and rain knocking leaves off of trees across the Miami Valley, there are several good reasons to clean them up.
A major change in the traffic pattern for the U.S. 35 Superstreet project has been delayed due to weather. However that change will debut this week.
According to the National Retail Federation, the cost of pumpkins, in some places, is up more than 30 percent so a lot of us want to hold on to their gourd as long as possible.
Effects caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and limited services, have led leading pediatricians to declare a "national state of emergency" in children's mental health.
Greene County Public Health is offering expanded COVID-19 vaccination clinic hours on Thursdays and Fridays in the hope of administering more vaccines as cases surge in the county and state.
The village of Yellow Springs is launching its own Internet service.
This week a local organization, that helps improve the lives of those with disabilities, is celebrating its workers and looking to hire.