CEDARVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) - It's never easy to say "goodbye," even if the one on the way out is a building, but in Cedarville some former students are having to bid farewell to a school built in 1917.
It's already been replaced with new construction. The 575 students in grades kindergarten through 12th have been in new buildings since the start of this year. 2 NEWS spoke with superintendent Dr. David Baits about the $25 million project. He explained it represents about a 50-50 split between the State of Ohio and the Cedar Cliff school district.
He said the State deemed it too costly to renovate the 1917 building and two of the additions to it, so it is coming down and the space will be used for a parking lot.
Former Cedarville students who remember spending time in the old building are stopping by and taking photos for their scrapbooks. Many wish there was an alternative.
Hauer Music has found a new home in Centerville, as the Dayton Metro Library prepares to move into Hauer's downtown location.
Butler County remains under a level one snow emergency Saturday afternoon.
A Springfield woman was injured after she lost control of her vehicle and hit a utility pole on U.S. 40 in Clark County.
The all-clear has been given at Springfield Regional Medical Center, after a bomb threat forced a search of the hospital early Saturday morning.
Two people were arrested early Saturday morning after leading police on a slow speed pursuit with a stolen snow plow.