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The Greater Cincinnati chapter of the National Action Network is suggesting a boycott of Norwood. That city’s mayor, Thomas Williams, posted a letter to the police department on his Facebook page. In the letter, wrote that police officers across the country are under attack by “race-baiting black leaders and cowardly elected officials.” There had been […]

The Quality Inn in Norwood is closed for now due to complaints about drug use and prostitution. Police have obtained a temporary restraining order, Monday, and cleared out the facility. A hearing for the Quality Inn owners is next week. Recent Stories: Coroner Rules Dulle Death a “Suicide” Search Parties Spread Out to Find Brogan […]

Results from yesterday’s special election are a mixed bag of some local schools and communities. Tax increases on the ballot in Arlington Heights and Norwood failed, while voters approved similar issues in Cleves and Deerfield Township. A renewal levy for Lebanon schools passed, but a request for new money failed in Franklin. Click here to […]

Norwood has received one of the city’s first fire engines, 93 years after its first service. Fire engine number two was sold by the city in the 1950’s, and past through several owners, before the union reclaimed it. Despite its advanced age, it still has its original paint job, bell, and hoses. Recent Stories: Some […]

Have you drove down Montgomery Road, in Norwood, lately? You might have noticed the guy in the video above dancing on the street. That’s a Little Caesar’s employee, who has been dancing in front of the store, trying to bring people in. WLWT caught some footage of him dancing. Check out the video, and let […]

Thousands of Norwood residents remain without power, after a train derailment yesterday. Police say as many as five cars jumped the tracks near Forest and Harris Avenues, taking out a high voltage transmission tower. Duke Energy crews were rerouting power to other transmission lines to restore electricity to the customers. Recent Stories: Bengals Player in […]

A special prosecutor will determine whether a Norwood Police officer will face criminal charges for allegedly throwing a handcuffed woman against the wall. Norwood officer, Robert Ward, is on paid administrative leave for now. Surveillance video appears to show Ward tossing 30 year-old Denise Diallo into a wall, after she was placed under arrest at […]