PIQUA — Darryl Mehaffie has been elected to serve as chairman of Edison Community College's board of trustees. Mehaffie's appointment took place at the Jan. 28 board meeting and will continue for the next two years.
DAYTON — Forty-seven area schools' athletic trainers across the Premier Health system will be recognized at a luncheon held at University of Dayton Arena Thursday, March 12. The luncheon will honor the trainers for their dedication and...
PIQUA — The Piqua girls' basketball team just ended out a long and hard fought season faced with much diversity and adjustment. The girls had a rough time this year but managed to get end up with an honorable record of 6-17(Wins-Losses).
PIQUA McDonald's Student of the Week for the week of March 2-6 is sophomore Maya Vulcan, daughter of Susan and Dave Vulcan.
PIQUA — The Second Annual Orange Out was held during the Piqua vs Troy boys' basketball game on Friday, Feb. 20. The event was held to celebrate the life of Brandon Burnside, a Piqua student who lost his battle to cancer over the summer;...
PIQUA — For the past three weeks, the freshmen students at PHS have been taking the new standardized tests called P.A.R.C.C. We wanted to know how the tests were going, so we asked four freshmen: “What do you think of the PARCC testing so...
BRADFORD — The Bradford Railroad Museum will be opening April 11 on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. through October. At 10 a.m. April 11, the museum will honor its past, present and future railroaders and their familes. All railroaders are...
Piqua Farmers Market to add new vendorsPIQUA —The seventh season of the Piqua Community Farmers Market will get underwayon Thursday, May 21, and in an effort to recruit additional vendors
PIQUA — As the new director of the Small Business Development Center at Edison Community College, Lori Minnich wants to reach out and let fledgling and growing businesses know about the resources available to them.
PIQUA — Despite the way “bookworms” are looked at in cinema, having a love for books has so many benefits; especially when they are loved at a young age.
PIQUA — The following programs and events are taking place in Piqua City Schools:Congratulations to seven winning PJHS students. Eighth-grader Shelby Richardson placed 1st in the AAA School Traffic Safety Poster Contest. Seventh-grader...
PIQUA – The following are highlights from the Piqua police reports between Friday, Feb. 27, and Monday, March 2. All information is provided by the Piqua police reports.
Fish Fries at St. Mary Church Piqua
PIQUA — Seussical Jr. the musical is headed for the Fr. Angelo Caserta Center in the Piqua Catholic School gymnasium, on the South Downing Street campus next to the St. Boniface Catholic Church, on Saturday and Sunday. There is no charge for the...
Covington junior class parents to meet
PIQUA – The following are highlights from the Piqua police reports between Feb. 25 and Feb. 27. All information is provided by Piqua police reports.
PIQUA — The proposed changes to traffic control devices at eight intersections outlined in Ordinance No. 3-15 were amended Tuesday evening at the Piqua City Commission before the commission voted 4-1 to adopt the changes. Commissioner Bill Vogt...
Editor's Note: This column contains some interesting references to mission work. This may be one of the more stark differences between the New Order Amish and the Old Order Amish. People unfamiliar with the New Order Amish church may label...
MIAMI COUNTY — The six Swigart brothers have a history of military service in their family that goes back to the American Revolutionary War when their maternal great-great-great-grandfather, William Hays, fought to help win the colonies'...
TROY — Local community organizations and individuals are rallying behind Jahari Ward, 8, who is slowly responding to stimulus in the intensive care unit at Dayton Children's Hospital.
PIQUA — The Piqua City School District Kindergarten Kickoff for the 2015-2016 school year, acomponent of the Countdown to Kindergarten, will be held beginning March 9.
An enterprising family at 1205 West High Street in Piqua found a use for some of the snow that fell recently by building a large snow fort and snow man. The snow creations have drawn much attention since their appearance over the weekend.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has issued a report indicating that more than 110,000 concealed carry licenses were issued or renewed in Ohio in 2014, according to data compiled by Ohio's county sheriffs.
By Melanie Yingstmyingst@civitasmedia.com
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