Riad Nassib Yammine, former president of Marathon Pipeline Co. and of Speedway, died Monday in Blanchard Valley Hospital.

Women in Business Networking , a program of the Better Business Bureau serving Dayton/Miami Valley, is bringing its signature event, Lunch N Learn, to Springfield. The initial event will be "Challenge Your Fears - What's the Worst That Could Happen?" It takes place 11:15 to 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 17, at the Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts Conference Center, 517 E. Leffel Ln. The cost is $25 for BBB accredited businesses and charities/WiBN members and $30 for non-members Featured speaker Dr. Rhonda Reagh will lead and interactive discussion on the roles that fear plays in personal and professional lives.

Okay, we just ADORE John Legend and his baby-face already. There's just something about that dude that's super cute.

The Clark County Sheriff's Office is looking for the person or people who drove by a Springfield property and shot a horse Monday. According the police report, the property owner was sitting in his living room when he heard two shots coming from the roadway of his home on Redmond Road.

A family's renewed efforts to find a missing loved one can be seen on State Route 4 in Springfield. It's been two years since Amanda Ward Romine disappeared, since then her family and friends have desperately been trying to find her.

You can't beat this plant if you are looking for a tough, heat-tolerant annual that gives you color in the garden all season long. The plant grows to around 2 - 3'' tall and around 1 1/2' wide.

Springfield Local Schools and its teachers' union have reached agreement on a one-year contract expected to save the district money without cuts to teacher pay. The deal, which was approved by the school board Wednesday, calls for a salary schedule freeze for the about 230 teachers in the district.

More often than not, veterans from all eras are not recognized like they should be.

A Missouri fisherman recently landed the state's largest striped bass on a "pole and line."

The Springfield Board of Trustees is looking for a new fiscal officer to replace Joy Dies, who announced plans to retire at the May 28 meeting. Dies, 69, was appointed to the position of township fiscal officer in January 2010, upon the retirement of former Fiscal Officer Bruce Killian.

It will be located in the old Springfield High School at 700 S. Limestone Street, which was built in 1909. It served as the public school for all of Springfield until 1961, when it became known as South High School.