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WMOH Updates Archives for 2018-09

Flames Heavily Damage Fairfield Skyline


Fairfield firefighters are looking for the cause of a blaze that heavily damaged the Skyline restaurant at Route 4 and Hicks Boulevard early Wednesday morning. A police officer reported the flames at 2:25am, and immediately, extra help was called in from Hamilton and Fairfield Township fire departments, as well as Forest Park from Hamilton County. First responders reported heavy smoke and flames coming from the building. No injuries were reported. Route 4 was shut down due to fire hose being laid across the highway, but it was re-opened just before the morning rush hour. 
(Photo: City of Fairfield Facebook)

West Chester Makes Money Mag's Top 50 List


West Chester is once again one of the best places to live in the country, according to Money Magazine. The township is ranked 38th on Money's 50 Best Places to Live. Money cites outstanding schools, modest costs and short commutes to work. The township is also home  to several large employers like GE Aviation, the Lakota Local School District, Trade Global, and West Chester Hospital. West Chester is the only Ohio area to make the list.

Five Points Roundabout Meeting Wednesday


Plans to put a roundabout at the Five Points intersection will be the topic of a public meeting at Crawford Woods Elementary School Wednesday from 6:30pm-8:30pm. It will be a casual open house type format with maps, photos, and other materials which are meant to solicit input from the public. The project, which would link Hamilton-Mason Road, Hancock Avenue, Tylersville Road, Grand Boulevard, and Tuley Road, is expected to begin in 2021.

HHS Student Arrested For Knife Threat


A Hamilton High School student, 18 year old John Hammons, has been arrested for allegedly pulling a knife and threatening another male student during an incident at the school on Friday. Police say the victim said "Hi' to the suspect, who allegedly told him not to talk to him, and that he was going to stab him. Hammons then allegedly displayed the knife, and jumped on a table. He was arrested by School Resource Officer Ernie Huff. Hammons is facing charges of Aggravated Menacing, and Illegal Conveyance or Possession of a Deadly Weapon on School Premises. Hammons was arraigned on the charges in Hamilton Municipal Court yesterday. Bond was set at $5,000 and a preliminary hearing was set for Friday on the weapons charge. The menacing charge was put on hold for now.


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