September 2, 2014

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Non-fatal shooting investigation continues
Written by Joe Awad   
Tuesday, September 02, 2014 7:59 AM | Updated ( Tuesday, September 02, 2014 8:00 AM )


The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department is still investigating the non-fatal shooting that happened on Sunday, August 31, in Harrison.
At around 6:08 p.m. an unnamed 22 year old, white male driver was headed west on Interstate 74 just east of the Dry Fork Road exit. He later told police that a silver, four-door car pulled along side him. The driver and passenger were both black men and one of them, though the victim does not identify which, fired at least three shots into the driver's side of his car.
He was hit by at least one of the shots and pulled off at the Dry Fork Rd. exit for help. The victim went to the BP gas station where he asked the clerk to call for help. Both the Harrison Police Department and the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department responded to the scene and the shot man was taken to the Mercy Medical Center in Harrison where he was stabilized before being transported by University Hospital Air Care to University Hospital. His condition is unknown at this time.
The sheriff's department is leading the investigation. Anyone with information is instructed to contact the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations section at (513) 851-6000 or Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040.

 
Non-fatal shooting investigation continues
Written by Joe Awad   
Tuesday, September 02, 2014 7:51 AM | Updated ( Tuesday, September 02, 2014 8:02 AM )

 

The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department is still investigating the non-fatal shooting that happened on Sunday, August 31, in Harrison.

At around 6:08 p.m. an unnamed 22 year old, white male driver was headed west on Interstate 74 just east of the Dry Fork Road exit. He later told police that a silver, four-door car pulled along side him. The driver and passenger were both black men and one of them, though the victim does not identify which, fired at least three shots into the driver's side of his car.

He was hit by at least one of the shots and pulled off at the Dry Fork Rd. exit for help. The victim went to the BP gas station where he asked the clerk to call for help. Both the Harrison Police Department and the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department responded to the scene and the shot man was taken to the Mercy Medical Center in Harrison where he was stabilized before being transported by University Hospital Air Care to University Hospital. His condition is unknown at this time.

The sheriff's department is leading the investigation. Anyone with information is instructed to contact the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations section at (513) 851-6000 or Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040.

 

 
Crosby Twp. trustees don’t accept county life-style program as written
Written by Patricia Huelseman   
Saturday, August 30, 2014 10:28 AM

The meat of the discussion at the Crosby Township trustees meeting Monday, Aug, 11, revolved around an initiative, WeTHRIVE!, that Trustee Warren Strunk worries might have been a bandwagon they jumped on.

WeTHRIVE! was developed by the Hamilton County Public Health Department to create healthier living spaces for all residents in the county. To this end, HCPH representatives have visited all townships and cities within Hamilton County asking each to pass a resolution supporting WeTHRIVE!

 

 
Motorists must contend with interstate repairs for two months
Written by Patricia Huelseman   
Saturday, August 30, 2014 10:26 AM

The Ohio Department of Transportation has embarked upon a $27.9 million repair and reconstruction of Interstate 275 that will result in closing the westbound I-74 ramp from Ohio 128 in Miamitown. During this time, the Miamitown Park & Ride also will be closed.

“The ramp and Park & Ride closures are necessary to allow for the continuous flow of traffic that’s required by the Texas Turnaround,” said Liz Lyons, public information specialist of the Ohio Department of Transportation, District 8.

“Overall, the project will involve pavement and bridge work on 5.5 miles of Interstate 275 between the Interstate 74 interchange and Colerain Road exit,” according to an ODOT news release.

 
St. John’s pushes on with new church plans
Written by Patricia Huelseman   
Saturday, August 30, 2014 10:25 AM

It has been just about a year since parishioners at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Harrison, voted to rebuild their church at a new site at Carolina Trace Road and New Haven Road. Since then, a committee was formed  and a master-plan created detailing the overall vision of the grounds.

In the spring of 2013, the vote was cast and the decision to move made formal.

As parishioners increased, it became clear the current church, which comfortably seats about 375 people, couldn’t accommodate the worshipers.

 
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