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WMOH Updates Archives for 2016-04

Kyler Bradley Passes, Arrangements Announced

(Fairfield Township)--Kyler Bradley will be laid to rest Saturday. The Fairfield Township boy, who's valiant battle against DIPG brain cancer inspired thousands around the world, passed away Tuesday night. He was 10. Visitation will be Noon to 2pm Saturday at the Princeton Pike Church of God, with funeral services following at 2pm. In Lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the family's Go Fund Me account. Kyler's fight against DIPG inspired the social media hashtag #KylerStrong. The Fairfield Township Fire Department adopted Kyler as one of their own, naming him an honorary Fire Chief back in October.

Reds Close Out Successful Homestand

(Cincinnati)--Jay Bruce drove in Brandon Phillips with an RBI triple in the bottom of the 9th inning as the Reds closed out a successful opening homestand with a 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Reds begin the season 5-1, good enough for first place in the National League Central Division, a half game ahead of the Cubs. Eugenio Suarez continued his hot streak, going 3-for-4 with a home run, his 4th of the young season. The last Red to hit 4 homers in the first 6 games was Adam Dunn, back in 2004, according to Elias Sports Bureau. Tim Melville made his first major league start for the Reds, pitching 4 innings, giving up a run on five hits, 4 walks and 5 strike outs. Ross Ohlendorf picked up the win for the Reds. Manager Bryan Price says the team is having a lot of fun as they head to Chicago to begin a three game series with the Cubs on Monday.

Open Carry March Planned For Miami U.

(Oxford)--A group supporting open carry of guns in Ohio plans to march with their weapons on display on April 30th at Miami University's Oxford campus. The school says their police officers will be nearby to promote safety and preserve everybody's rights, including marchers. The notice was sent out to the university community last week.

Hamilton Chamber Chief Leaving

(Hamilton)--For the first time in 14 years there will be a changing of the guard at the Greater Hamilton Chamber of Commerce. Kenny Craig announced that he is stepping down. It's apparently for an out of state job. The announcement came in an e-mail sent to chamber members Thursday from Chairman of the Board Dave Lippert.

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