In celebration of Harrison athletics being played for 100 years, the Athletic boosters decided they wanted to support a monumental project four years ago, and now all improvements of the Century of Excellence program are complete.
Wednesday, June 21, at approximately 8:40 a.m., the Indiana State Police responded to a three vehicle crash on U.S. 52 near I-74 which sent five people to Cincinnati area hospitals, said ISP Sgt.
It is difficult to get beyond traditional beliefs. One such belief is that wrestling is strictly a boys’ sport.
The 2017 baseball season is nearing its conclusion for members of Harrison Junior Baseball as the last week of the regular season is under way.
It’s great to see so many youngsters turn out for the Harrison High School sports camps this month, but it’s even more heartening to know many of them took part in the various camps offered by Harr
Thursday, June 01 – Monday, July 31, 2017
The Mercy Health Mobile Mammograph unit will be in Harrison on Wednesday, July 5 at the Harrison primary care facility.
A St. John the Baptist parishioner and Bright resident recently was ordained a Catholic priest for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati on May
A new storage unit compound is in the works for the property behind the CVS on Harrison Avenue in Harrison.
The Ohio Senate unveiled its first draft of the state’s two-year operating budget on Monday, June 12, closing a projected shortfall of roughly $1 billion, while preserving key tax reforms, maintain
Registration is now open for the biennial Ohio Women Veterans Conference to be held Saturday, August 12, 2017 at the Ohio Union at The Ohio State University.
With summer approaching, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) is reminding consumers of important outage preparation information.
In celebration of Harrison athletics being played for 100 years, the Athletic boosters decided they wanted to support a monumental project four years ago, and now all improvements of the Century of