Two athletes from Norwood completed the Live It Like You Mean It 5K Run on April 6 in Cincinnati.
Michael D. Ryan sold a three-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath home at 2641 Cypress, in Norwood, to James E. and Dennis L. Nichols for $147,000 on April 11.
Two athletes from Norwood completed the 5K The Global Way on March 15 in Cincinnati. Clayton Bickel, 12, crossed the finish line in 31:27, and Maren Bickel, 14, finished in 32:11.
Norwood runner Michael Smith completed the Citizens for Loveland Schools 5.6K Run on April 13 in Loveland. The 50-year-old runner finished in 19:30.
Bruce and Sandra Whalen sold a three-bedroom, one-bath home at 2414 Harper Ave., in Norwood, to Joyce Christopher for $31,500 on April 7.
Tessa A. Dillon sold a three-bedroom, 1 1/2-bath home at 2317 Buxton Ave., in Norwood, to Thomas J. O'Loughlin for $130,000 on April 9.
Denver and Maya Gray sold a three-bedroom, two-bath home at 2213 Williams Ave., in Norwood, to Brian J. Davis and Ryan R. Lostutter for $57,500 on April 10.
Kevin Kramer sold a three-bedroom, one-bath home at 3941 Hazel Ave., in Norwood, to Ryne T. and Gregory T. Spaulding for $147,500 on April 10.
The following real estate licenses were issued in the Norwood area during the week of April 13-19:
The following athletes with local high school ties are scheduled to compete this week in the following events: Baseball Ryan LeFevers Northern Kentucky University
John R. West sold a two-bedroom, one-bath home at 2253 Quatman Ave., in Norwood, to Jacob T. Meece for $54,000 on April 2. The two-story home has 1,257 square feet of living space.
The following real estate licenses were issued in the area during the week of March 10-16:
Opal French sold a two-bedroom, one-bath home at 2027 Dale Road, in Norwood, to Andrea G. Ayers for $28,900 on April 2. The one-story home has 864 square feet of living space.
The Norwood City Schools Board of Education has released the minutes for its Feb. 20 meeting. According to the minutes, the board Presented the Student and Staff Rising Stars
The following temporary liquor license was issued in Norwood during the week of April 6-12 for an upcoming special event:
The Butler County Auditor received the following vendor-license application for the period of April 1-15:
Elizabeth A. Miller sold a three-bedroom, one-bath home at 4009 Forest Ave., in Norwood, to Lauren E. Cripe for $104,000 on April 3.
The following retail liquor permits were changed in the Norwood area in April:
A man faces multiple charges after police say he crashed a truck through the front of a convenience store in order to steal an ATM.
The following real estate licenses were issued in the Norwood area during the week of April 6-12: