In 2007, the Piqua Daily Call celebrated its 125th anniversary. As part of Civitas Media, the Daily Call is proud to represent the city of Piqua as well as coverage in the neighboring communities of Covington and Bradford.

Besides publishing its five-day daily, the Daily Call also provides special section and special pages for events such as Christmas on the Green in Piqua, the Ft. Rowdy Festival in Covington and the Piqua Heritage Festival, held each Labor Day weekend at John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency.

The Daily Call shares coverage with Troy Daily News on several local schools and their sports teams. The two newspaper staffs also collaborate on the Miami County Community Guide and the newspapers' Progress editions, as well as coverage for the Miami County Fair.

The Daily Call has become known for its weekly Class Act series, which highlights an area education, student or school program.

In the fall of 2012, the Daily Call offices moved from its longstanding site on Spring Street, to 100 Fox Drive, located south of downtown Piqua in the Paul Sherry Industrial Park.