PIQUA — During the Tuesday evening Piqua City Commission meeting, the commission voted to approve the Miami Valley Corvette Club leasing a portion of Fountain Park from the city in order to hold a car show on June 13.
PIQUA — It was a sentimental night for parents and staff of Piqua Catholic eighth grade students, for it was a celebration of the students completing their education at the school.
PIQUA — Although high school seniors everywhere are finishing 12 years in education, it is an ending to a new beginning for most of those students. At Piqua High School, students made a promise Wednesday to continue and complete their academic...
Workshop and worship service on the Five Fingers of Discipleship
Mike Ullerymullery@dailycall.comPIQUA - An overturned anhydrous ammonia tank caused concern for authorities and some residents in the Troy-Sidney Road area on Wednesday evening.
PIQUA ——The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) has recognized seventeen Miami County employers for keeping their employees safe on the job. The employers received BWC's Special Award for Safety during the annual awards...
Students of the Month named
Hayner plans day tripTROY — Hayner will hit the road for the first time in June.
Nashville, Tenn. — The Dispensary of Hope, one of the nation's most innovative programs that supplies no cost surplus medicines to those in need, is joining Health Partners Free Clinic in celebrating the grand opening of their partnership...
SIDNEY — Close your eyes and imagine … the sounds of a river flowing around you … your arms straining as you lift a paddle up and down … the feeling of accomplishment as another day comes to a close.
PIQUA - The following are highlights from the Piqua police reports between May 13 and May 14. All information is provided by Piqua police reports.
PIQUA — The much disputed proposed ordinance prohibiting unsupervised juveniles from being in Public Square Park and Veterans Memorial Way outside of the Piqua Public Library was tabled at the Piqua City Commission meeting Tuesday...
By Johnathan HladikContributing columnist
TROY — Troy Police Department are looking for more information in regard to the Abbey Credit Union bank robbery on Tuesday morning.
TROY — Each week, hundreds of people go to sleep with full stomachs, thanks to the vision of Troy native Dick Steineman and the generosity of hundreds of volunteers who support the mission of the St. Patrick Soup Kitchen. Since the 1980s,...
CASSTOWN — The Miami East Board of Education met in regular session to listen to an update concerning the ACT testing offered at the high school this year.
MIAMI COUNTY — Edison Community College's Child Development Center is pleased to announce that it will now be offering an afternoon preschool session for children ages 3-5. The new offering will be available beginning Sept. 7, 2015 and...
PIQUA — After more than 30 years of providing food to the local community, St. James Episcopal Church in Piqua is in the process of winding down its food pantry in preparation to close in late June.
Mike Ullerymullery@dailycall.comPIQUA — A bizarre crash at the Miami Centre Mall on Tuesday morning saw a pair of victims transported aboard CareFlight for treatment of injuries.
PERI meeting scheduled
COVINGTON — John Graher, retired Covington educator and coach, approached the Covington Village council with concerns on Monday about abandoned houses and trash pickup. Graher said there was an abandoned home in disrepair in his neighborhood and...
MIAMI COUNTY — Leon Bishop Jr. and Jean Bishop, filed a complaint for money damages in a wrongful death action civil suit against landlords Joseph and Kathy Caldwell of Troy, in Miami County Common Pleas Court on Friday.