Letting go of the "not my kid" belief could help parents to keep their children safe from prescription drug abuse. The Sylvania Community Action Team on Thursday will host a Parent Town Hall Forum about the reality of prescription drug abuse among teenagers.

Details are just beginning to emerge in the case of a fuel leak at a New Carlisle Speedway station that occurred in early September. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has turned the case over to the State Fire Marshal's Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulation, and officials from the City of New Carlisle have no major concerns of the leak impacting the city's drinking water.

On October 2, 2014 Clark County Sheriff Detectives executed a search warrant at 235 Fenwick Drive in the city of New Carlisle, Ohio after receiving information from the Champaign County Sheriff's Office reference to a fifteen year-old female reporting that she had been involved in sexual activity at that address with a twenty-three year old adult male. Detectives from the Clark County Sheriff's Office seized evidence from 235 Fenwick Drive during the search warrant and also arrested one Dakota Fox on two counts of unlawful sexual cond uct with a minor.

Nearly 80 people participated in Bethel Churches United's Community Crop Walk on Sunday, September 21, garnering a record number of corporate sponsorships while helping the organization meet its goal of raising $10,000 for hunger-related charities. Larry Fry said 48 corporate sponsors donated to this year's event, and at the end of the walk, organizers tallied up $9,067 that they had raised, but expected that they would easily meet their $10,000 goal once everything was factored in.

Clark County Health District worker Dustin Ratliff says today's event is to ensure they stay on top of the disease. "Rabies is a very deadly disease so it's very imperative that we have all of the cats and dogs vaccinated for this deadly disease not only to protect the animals, but also to protect the public," Ratliff said.

Police say the driver took a right hand turn from Jefferson Street onto Main Street too tightly and clipped a pole. The accident stopped traffic for about 30 minutes.