The following real estate licenses were issued in the Franklin area during the week of Aug. 17-23:
The following real estate licenses were issued in the Franklin area during the week of July 6-12:
The following retail liquor permits were changed in the Franklin area in October:
A person allegedly used social media to threaten a Franklin City Schools teacher on Monday.
The following retail liquor permits were changed in the Franklin area in September:
Four athletes from Franklin completed the Mudathlon Cincinnati on Aug. 9 in Cincinnati.
The Franklin City Council has scheduled its regular meeting for 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 1, according to a city council media release. No agenda is available for the meeting.
The attorney for a teen girl accused of threatening to shoot her classmates at Franklin Senior High School said his client may have "exercised poor judgment" but he's not sure she ever intended to hurt anyone.
Two men rushed to the assistance of a police officer who was fighting with a “dangerous” suspect in a burglary investigation.
Police found more than meth in a house they suspected was manufacturing the illegal drug in the 700 block of Forrest Avenue Tuesday afternoon.
One of three men accused of beating a 16-year-old to death over drug money will spend the next 22 years of his life behind bars after striking a deal with the prosecution.
An 18-year-old Franklin man will spend seven years in prison for the aggravated burglary of a Warren County woman’s home.
Ten-month-old J.B. Zeller didn't know it, but he was going to meet his aunt for the first time.
"Leaving the scene of an accident is a crime, especially if someone is injured without tending aid to that person," Chief Russ Whitman of the Franklin Police Department said.
A third man was arrested in relation to the killing of a Middletown teenager in early December.
A Franklin man who had been arrested twice already this week and fought with a police officer surrendered after a SWAT standoff.
Bond was set at $1 million Tuesday for two men accused of attacking and killing a teen during a drug deal over the weekend.
A teen is dead Monday after authorities say he was robbed and beaten during a drug deal and then dropped off at Atrium Medical Center.
Residents reported to police Friday that a lion was wandering the streets in Warren County.
A special send-off ceremony was held Friday for the 437th Military Police Battalion at Franklin High School.