THE TIME TO FALL BACK, OR TURN YOUR CLOCKS BACK 1 HOUR, IS SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3RD AT 2AM. THE WEEKEND WE FALL BACK 1 HOUR AGAIN IS THE FIRST WEEKEND IN NOVEMBER.
(FROM NEWS SUN) A self-described militant Atheist with a criminal past faces multiple charges after an attack on a pastor who, after his sermon, had asked the man’s girlfriend if she felt safe.
James Maxie, 28, of Springfield, is charged with second-degree felonious assault and misdemeanor resisting arrest after an incident Sunday at The Bridge Community Church, 105 N. Main St., in North Hampton.
Police Chief Jarrod Campbell said in his 11 years with the department, he’s rarely dealt with “an incident this brutal.”
The Rev. Norman Hayes, 57, said he feared for his life and begged for the attack to stop. Hayes suffered a broken nose, bruises and three long cuts that required stitches across his face.
SCHOOL LEVY TO BE VOTED ON
Northeastern Local Schools is asking voters for the third time to support an additional 1 percent earned income tax levy.
The Nov. 5 issue is the same that was rejected in November 2012 by nearly 60 percent of voters. In August, the issue was defeated by a margin of about 53 percent to 47 percent.
NEW TOWER BUILT IN SPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD — Ground troops under fire in Afghanistan rely on the 170-foot radio tower a Springfield-based unit erected there last year to call for air support, while virtually everyone in uniform from the Middle East to Central Asia has come to rely on the computer networks they install.
The 251st Cyber Engineering Installation Group of the Ohio Air National Guard manages a staggering amount of those wartime telecommunications needs — saving a staggering amount of taxpayer money in the process — and was recently honored as the top nonflying unit in the nation’s Air Guard.
On top of that, the 251st now has a new, $11 million facility befitting an outfit that has won the national honor two years straight.
The David L. Hobson Communications Complex, which it shares with the close-knit 269th Combat Communications Squadron at the Springfield Air National Guard Base, replaces a facility built in 1952.
WEEC SPORTS – TUESDAY 10-22-13:
NFL MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: THE NEW YORK GIANTS 23 MINNESOTA 7.
THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER REPORTS BRYAN PRICE WILL BE THE NEW MANAGER OF THE CINCINNATI REDS, AND LONG-TIME DETROIT MANAGER JIM LEYLAND IS CALLING IT QUITS WITH THE TIGERS. PRICE HAD BEEN THE REDS PITCHING COACH SINCE 2010 UNDER DUSTY BAKER, WHO THE REDS LET GO AFTER THEIR WILD-CARD LOSS TO PITTSBURGH. PRICE HAS NO PREVIOUS MAJOR LEAGUE MANAGERIAL EXPERIENCE.
NHL: SAN JOSE STILL UNBEATEN AT 8-0-1 AFTER THEIR 1-0 SHOOTOUT WIN OVER DETROIT.
7PM TONIGHT: NEW JERSEY AT COLUMBUS.
NBA PRESEASON LAST NIGHT IN COLUMBUS: CLEVELAND 104 PHILADELPHIA 93, FORMER BUCKEYE EVAN TURNER’S RETURN TO THE SCHOTT LAST NIGHT AS A MEMBER OF THE 76′ERS!
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER TOURNAMENT MONDAY: BROOKVILLE 3 CATHOLIC CENTRAL 0, BETHEL 5 DAYTON CHRISTIAN 4, SO, LEHMAN CATHOLIC 1 MIAMI EAST 0, HAMILTON BADIN 7 XENIA CHRISTIAN 1, TROY CHRISTIAN 5 FRANKLIN MONROE 2, TIPPECANOE 7 DAYTON CARROLL 1, NORTHWESTERN 7 KENTON RIDGE 0, INDIAN HILL 3 CLINTON-MASSIE 1, SHAWNEE 2 GREENON 1, KETTERING ALTER 3 OAKWOOD 0, SPRINGBORO 6 NORTHMONT 5, BEAVERCREEK 6 TROY 0, CENTERVILLE 2 SIDNEY 1, SAYS OHSAA.ORG.
DUBLIN JEROME WINS THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP THIS PAST WEEKEND IN COLUMBUS IN DIV. 1 BOYS AND GIRLS GOLF! CONGRAGULATIONS TO BOTH TEAMS!
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VOLLEYBALL SECTIONAL: KENTON RIDGE 3 BENJAMIN LOGAN 0, VERSAILLES 3 WEST LIBERTY-SALEM 0, RUSSIA 3 RIVERSIDE 0, MIAMI EAST 3 ANNA 0, SAYS PEAKOFOHIO.COM.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL, WITTENBERG QUARTERBACK REED FLORENCE, FORMER SOUTHEASTERN STAR, THROWS A RECORD 6-TOUCHDOWN PASSES AS THE TIGERS ROUT WOOSTER 66-39, THE TIGERS 5TH STRAIGHT WIN!