Hale-Sarver announces addition
Arts center seeks to unite community
Memories of The Rec
- Troy Rotarians welcome Behm - 2:05 pm
- Thwarted bank robber sentenced in court - 7:58 pm
- Commissioners award bid - 4:45 pm
- Students participate in summer reading - 3:51 pm
- Community briefs - 3:09 pm
- Korean War Era photos sought - 2:05 pm
- Man dies in single-car crash - 2:00 pm
- ART for ALL! event set - 2:00 pm
- Police reports - 1:59 pm
- View Story - 1:58 pm
- Festival to benefit food pantry - 1:49 pm
- Pet of the Week - 1:02 pm
- YMCA offering lifeguard certification course - 5:01 pm
- Second Story Secrets returns to Troy - 4:51 pm
- Be the Match event upcoming - 4:37 pm
- ART for ALL! event set - 3:35 pm
- MCSO to offer citizen’s police academy - 12:06 pm
- Hale-Sarver announces addition - 4:45 pm
- Bodega has ribbon cutting - 4:21 pm
- Sisters in service - 5:43 pm
- Trustees hear new senior center update - 3:53 pm
- Community briefs - 8:21 am
- The sweet sound of sales - 10:56 pm
- Commissioners approve purchases - 10:50 pm
- Free joint pain seminar offered - 10:49 pm
- Fair results - 10:21 pm
- View Story - 9:48 pm
- Vandalia man arrested for alleged robbery - 9:45 pm
- Council hears from police chief - 9:40 pm
- View Story - 9:39 pm
- Vandalia man arrested for alleged robbery - 1:30 pm
- For the love of carbs - 4:01 pm
- Police reports - 3:42 pm updated: 3:14 pm.
- Thirfty teen queen - 3:33 pm
- Steer clear of Thompson in the ring - 2:30 pm
- Board discusses construction funding - 2:23 pm
- Verhoff returns to Tipp HS as principal - 12:45 pm updated: 12:45 pm.
- Community briefs - 8:18 am
- Legion auxiliary awards scholarship - 3:37 pm
- Legion awards scholarships - 3:18 pm updated: 3:11 pm.
- Retired inspired - 2:28 pm
- Fitness buffs ‘Proving’ their strength - 2:27 pm
- View Story - 2:23 pm
- Back to school plans to include vaccinations - 2:23 pm
- Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports - 10:46 pm
- Commissioners OK rock salt purchase - 1:10 pm
- Virtual farmer’s market opens Tuesday - 10:58 am
- College briefs - 6:54 pm
- Trustees discuss park improvements - 1:36 pm
- Community briefs - 7:46 pm
Restaurant inspections are performed in the county by Miami County Public Health, except in Piqua, which has its own health department. Miami County P...
Festival to benefit food pantry
TIPP CITY — What began five years ago with a group of friends jamming together, has turned into a musical festival that supports local bands and...
Pet of the Week
Meet BaxterBaxter, a pit bull terrier mix, was brought in stray and was never reclaimed by his owner. Baxter is very nervous back in the kennels, but ...
YMCA offering lifeguard certification course
MIAMI COUNTY — While summer is coming to an end, the Miami County YMCAs are looking ahead to certifying individuals looking for jobs throughout ...
Second Story Secrets returns to Troy
TROY — Second Story Secrets, a walking tour that reveals “what’s upstairs in downtown,” is back for its third year.The event w...
Be the Match event upcoming
TROY — A new event is planned for Treasure Island in Troy.On Sept. 17, Be the Match — The Buckeye will be held along the banks of the Miam...
Brazil held to 0-0 draw by South Africa
BRASILIA, Brazil — Brazil started its quest for an Olympic gold medal in men’s soccer with a disappointing 0-0 draw against South Africa, ...
Rewriting the ending
By Josh Brownjbrown@civitasmedia.comEUGENE, Ore. — Katie Landwehr didn’t like how her collegiate career ended.So she kept going until she ...
A bittersweet ending
By Josh Brownjbrown@civitasmedia.comTIPP CITY — After helping lead the Tippecanoe Red Devils to the regional championship game during her junior...
Students earn dean’s list honors• FINDLAY — The dean’s list for the fall 2015 semester at The University of Findlay has been a...
Henry takes RA postASHLAND — Tyler Henry of Covington is a resident assistant at Ashland University.Henry is majoring in sport communication.He ...
By David Fongdfong@civitasmedia.comTROY — Troy High School will celebrate a century of basketball against one of its oldest — and most fam...
Full scale emergency exercise set
Staff reportsTIPP CITY — The Miami County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) and Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) in conjunction with th...
Human trafficking not easy to identify
For the Troy Daily NewsTROY — Victims of human trafficking don’t want to be in that situation, but also won’t readily admit whatR...
Stacy Ann Kline, 36, of 338 North Main Street, West Milton to Richard Eugene Lucas Jr., 40, of same address.Daniel Ray Brunson, 35, of 1209 Northbrook...
Manage mosquitoes while enjoying outdoors
By Melinda MyersDon’t let disease-carrying mosquitoes keep you indoors this summer. Instead, employ these eight tips to protect yourself and man...
Stay safe (and legal) when using fireworks
By David Fongdfong@civitasmedia.comThe state of Ohio has some of the most restrictive fireworks laws in the country.So while a small number of firewor...
A lifelong question for perfection
Many women shop, almost compulsively, for a specific item like shoes, jewelry, or scarves. In my case, I’ve been on a four-decade-long quest for...
Pence might want to add politician to statement
To the Editor,Vice Presidential Candidate Mike Pence routinely states that he is a “Christian, Conservative and Republican in that order.”...
Rich beyond belief
A few weeks ago, one of our great nephews posed a question to us. We were enjoying a family swim party — one of dozens we’ve had over the ...
Books for the younger crowd
It’s time to pick summer reads for the younger crowd. Students out there have probably sifted through the books teachers have asked them to read...
A little bird told me
Some of you my recall my relative lack of skill with technology. For decades, I have been a princess of the keyboard. Computers didn’t scare me ...
Everything banned but guns
To the Editor:Tents, ladders, coolers, canned goods, tennis balls and bicycle locks were banned in the area surrounding the Republican National Conven...