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Headlines For Wednesday April 14, 2021

(Washington)--8th District Congressman Warren Davidson is reacting favorably to news that President Biden plans to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan. Davidson says he's glad Biden agrees with former President Trump and the American people that great nations don't fight endless wars.


(Hamilton)--A Clermont County man has been told to stay away from social media as he awaits trial on an importuning charge. 41 year old Ronald Holland is accused of trying to arrange sex with a teenaged boy in Hamilton. Turns out Holland was communicating with a female detective for the Butler County Sheriff's Office. Bond was set at $10,000 and a preliminary hearing was scheduled for April 21st.


(Hamilton)--More sex charges have been filed against Dr. Stephen Boyd. A Butler County Grand Jury has indicted Boyd on two additional counts after another alleged victim came forward, claiming they were sexually abused by the suspended chiropractor.


(West Chester)--A missing child case ends with good news in West Chester. The nine year old boy was found two hours after he left his home on Triangle Drive. Police had set up a command post at the IKEA parking lot, and a state patrol helicopter was en route from Columbus when the child was found at his home. He was checked out by paramedics at the scene. 


(Liberty Township)--A growing Information Technology company in West Chester is planning to move their headquarters a few miles to the north. ATC has announced plans to move into 7,000 square feet of office space at Liberty Center. The move should be completed by August.


(Fairfield)--A HyperShine car wash franchise has withdrawn plans to build a new location in the parking lot of the Meijers store off Gilmore Road in Fairfield. The city's planning commission recently rejected the proposal, and Councilman Mark Sharringhausen says the area, which is the city's gateway off I-275, needs a better look than the car wash would have provided. 




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