Trudy Price, who turned 100 on Monday, reacts while sitting on a riding lawn mower, Monday, June 9, 2014, on the campus of Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. Brookdale Senior Living and Wish of a Lifetime formed a partnership to provide a helping hand in making Price's dream of mowing a lawn and planting flowers come true. (AP Photo/Sentinel-Tribune, J.D. Pooley) MANDATORY CREDIT, TOLEDO BLADE OUT

Ohioans are getting older, faster

The increase in Ohio’s older population is so far outpacing overall growth that a new projection forecasts that 22 percent of the state’s re…

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Dayton to prioritize demo plans

The City of Dayton is preparing to survey all of its 75,000 parcels of land and any buildings on them so it can prioritize rehabilitation or…

Fans wait in line to walk through metal detectors as they enter Great American Ball Park before the start of the Cincinnati Reds-Pittsburgh Pirates Opening day baseball game played Monday, April 6, 2015 in Cincinnati. Metal detectors are now in use at all Major League ball parks. (AP Photo/Gary Landers)

Is Cincy ready for All-Star game?

Police in Cincinnati are expressing confidence that the Ohio city is ready to host baseball’s All-Star Game even though a weekend melee rais…