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A heads-up display inside the vehicle will be able to give drivers an audio and visual warning (inset) about pedestrians, emergency vehicles and red-light runners. Officials say the number of messages will increase as testing continues and technology continues to advance. (Photo by Mac Cordell)

Gov. John Kasich, in white, watches as a pedestrian walks in front of a vehicle in the Smart Intersection. Because of technology in the car and the infrastructure, the driver received an early warning of the pedestrian. (Journal-Tribune photo by Sam Dillon)

Hope Center receives donation
The Union County Farm Bureau held its Benefit in the Barn at Jim and Mary Rodman’s We Feed U Farms near Radnor in August. This year, the local farm bureau paired with the Delaware County Farm Bureau to host the night of food and entertainment. With 850 people in attendance and $62,000 raised, officials said it was a record-breaking event. Union County farm Bureau President Dustin Converse and Ohio Farm Bureau District Organizational Director Steve Berk recently presented a check for more than $18,000 to be used in the Hope Center’s community kitchen. Additional funds raised at the event have been donated to the Delaware Hunger Alliance. Pictured above, are Hope Center Director of Community Tisha Miller, Converse, director of compassion ministries at the Hope Center, Lorie Spain, Hope Center Director of NextGen Ministries, Hailey Van Duzen, Berk and director of Administration and Development for the Hope Center, Becky Bolt. (Photo by Mac Cordell)



Local News

Autonomous vehicle technology comes to Union County

Two killed in Route 31 crash

Local Sports

Wildcats move past Week 7 with ease with a 34-7 win over Harding

NU runners win streak comes to a close

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