Milford

Focus on Technology
6:00 am
Mon December 1, 2014

NeuroSwitch gives voice to ALS patients

The NeuroSwitch helps people with ALS and quadriplegics communicate.
Ann Thompson WVXU

Tucked away inside the Milford City Building is a small technology company that is helping ALS patients and other people with the inability to move and communicate around the world.

Control Bionics is the combined venture of James Schorey and former CNN news anchor Peter Ford. Schorey designed the sensor used in the NeuroSwitch and Ford adapted it to people with only the slightest of movement.

How it works

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"Pearls and Poison"
1:00 am
Fri June 27, 2014

Milford's Duffy Brown is out with her third Consignment Shop mystery

Pearls and Poison is the third novel in the Consignment Shop Mysteries from Milford-based author Duffy Brown. She’s with our Barbara Gray to share a little about the plot, the fun of writing a continuing series, and her new series coming out this fall.

Milford
12:33 pm
Fri May 10, 2013

Cinci Holiday Bike Drive: Because everyone remembers their first bike

Cheryl Sussel looks over one of the children's bikes that will be part of the Cinci Holiday Bike Drive

The Cinci Holiday Bike Drive is a volunteer-run project that refurbishes donated children’s bicycles and provides them to low-income children in Cincinnati. The aim of the drive is to improve family and child health by promoting cycling in our community. With your help, they hope to bring the enjoyment of bicycling to everyone by providing children with their first bicycles and helmets.

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Biden in Milford
7:21 pm
Sun September 9, 2012

Vice President outlines "fundamental differences" during Milford campaign stop

Vice President Joe Biden speaking at Milford High School.
Credit Tana Weingartner

Vice President Joe Biden wrapped up a campaign swing through Southern Ohio Sunday with a stop in suburban Cincinnati. Standing in an atrium at Milford High School, he focused on representing the two presidential candidates as "fundamentally different."

The vice president stuck to familiar themes dinging the Republican party's stance on healthcare - which Biden called "voucher-care", and especially what Mitt Romney had to say about job creation at the Republican National Convention...

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