Area briefs

Upper Valley Fun Fliers plan 2019 Fun Fly InPIQUA — The Upper Valley Fun Fliers will hold their 2019 Fun Fly In on Saturday, June 15, beginning ...

June 12th, 2019 |  


Members attend FFA Camp

Members attend FFA Camp

CARROLLTON — Earlier this month, members of the FFA Chapters at Covington and Miami East High schools attended the first session of Ohio FFA Cam...

June 12th, 2019 |  


Paul G. Duke Foundation announces grants

TROY — Eight Miami County nonprofit organizations received a financial boost from The Paul G. Duke Foundation. The Foundation has announced new ...

June 12th, 2019 |  



EXP Realty opens new brokerage

EXP Realty opens new brokerage

By Matt ClevengerFor Miami Valley TodayTROY — Cloud-based real estate brokerage EXP Realty will open a new office in downtown Troy on Friday, Ju...

June 12th, 2019 |  


Piqua Commission hears utilities concerns

PIQUA — The Piqua City Commission held a special meeting to discuss the utilities impact report that the city recently released in response to a...

June 12th, 2019 |  


Practical tactical training

Practical tactical training

Detective Dave Thomas of the Piqua Police Department demonstrates the use of a pike pole to breach a window and clear broken glass during TRT training...

June 11th, 2019 |  


Honda gives back to community

Honda gives back to community

Marcela Magnani, left, and Zach Zabeo of Honda mulch trees around the Miami County Park District’s Lostcreek Reserve on Tuesday as part of Ameri...

June 11th, 2019 |  


Speedway robber sentenced to prison

Speedway robber sentenced to prison

MIAMI COUNTY — A Vandalia man was sentenced to serve six years in prison on Tuesday for robbing the Speedway gas station on West Main Street in ...

June 11th, 2019 updated: June 11th, 2019. |  


Bethel moves toward placing renewal levy on ballot

By Cecilia FoxFor Miami Valley TodayBETHEL TWP. ― The Bethel Local Schools Board of Education has taken the first step toward placing the renewa...

June 11th, 2019 |  


Troy BOE to seek levy renewal

TROY — Troy City Schools Board of Education approved the first step to seek a renewal of its existing five year, 5.9-mills property tax levy for...

June 11th, 2019 |