Principal Ron Mangus helps students load the buses for the first weekend of the school year. The Southwest Local schools started the 2015-2016 school year on Wednesday, Aug. 19.
Principal Ron Mangus helps students load the buses for the first weekend of the school year. The Southwest Local schools started the 2015-2016 school year on Wednesday, Aug.
Harrison City Council and the three unions representing the municipalities are currently negotiating union contracts, the result of those contracts could impact whether or not the city hires more p
After 20 years of service, Councilman James Robertson has decided to not run again. When his term on council expires this December, he has no intention of giving up on local government, however.
The Greater Harrison political climate will be bustling in November when voters take to the booths.
A man has been arrested and charged with the armed robbery of the Hooven Subway.
Over lunch at Market Street Grille on Tuesday, Aug. 11, Congressman Steve Chabot asked Harrison Township trustees to describe issues that need to be resolved in small-town Ohio.
A recent financial audit of the Great Parks of Hamilton County by Auditor of State Dave Yost’s office has returned a clean audit report.
When an organization decides to give up two of its traditional fund-raising programs, there is a bit of worry, but the Harrison Athletic Boosters are working on a new tactic that president Brian Kn
The Harrison Ladycats golf team learned the value of each stroke in a one-stroke loss to Seton last week on the Red course at Neumann Golf Course.
New Harrison tennis coach Dave Williams is short on coaching experience in the sport, but he has brought a love of his game to his children and has coached other sports, including basketball.
The cost for adult tickets to Harrison Wildcats football games has been set at $7 by the Southwest Ohio Conference, according to Harrison athletic director Mark Meibers.