DAYTON — Ohio’s new fireworks law is now in effect and Ohioans can set off consumer fireworks on several holidays throughout the year like New Year’s Eve, Labor Day Weekend and this Fourth of July Weekend. At least nine Miami Valley communities have already banned private use.
Crews responded to the crash on the 6500 block of US Route 36 east of Covington around 11:50 p.m. William Moore, 31, of Fletcher, reportedly was driving west on US 36 when he and his passenger, Mackenzie Smith, 23, of Troy, traveled off the roadway into a ditch.
DARKE COUNTY — One woman died after a single motorcycle crash in Darke County late Saturday night. Crews responded to the crash on the 6500 block of US Route 36 east of Covington around 11:50 p.m., according to a press release from the Darke County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies’...
BUTLER COUNTY — One woman has been taken to the hospital after a single-vehicle crash just west of Middletown Sunday morning. Crews were dispatched to the crash on the 100 block of South Front Street around 2:45 a.m., according to the Butler County Sheriff’s Office. >>West Carrollton man...
FAIRBORN — UPDATE @ 3:12 p.m. Wright Patterson Air Force Base said on its Facebook Page that more information will be posted Tuesday as information is available. Wright Patterson Air Force Base announced on its website Sunday afternoon and social media that it has transition to Health Protection level BRAVO due to the steadily rising number COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations at the base.
A hidden gem in the Oregon District right beside Wheat Penny Oven and Bar is serving up breakfast and brunch on the weekends using a wood-fired oven named Rubi. “I think The Sugar Guild does well because it’s not only good food, but you want to be here,” chef DD Pearson said. “You want to come here and hangout.”
E's breakfast -eggs, bacon, biscuit, and home friesMikey Chlanda, author. When I first moved to Yellow Springs in the late 1970s to go to college, there was a little luncheonette called Dick and Tom’s after the two brothers that started it. Calling it a greasy spoon doesn't do it justice.
In the summer, few things are better than dining al fresco. Whether you’re meeting friends for a cocktail or grabbing lunch after a day kayaking on the water, there’s a spot for everyone to try on the Great Miami Riverway. Take a mini road trip this summer to hit all the fun spots. Here are some of the most popular spots in each town along the river.
The radiant months of summer seem to whip by so fast. Here are some memorable excursions to fit in before the kids head back to school. Five decades of family fun culminate in the golden anniversary of Kings Island in Mason, Ohio. With the introduction of Orion, Kings Island’s longest, tallest and fastest steel coaster in 2020, there are now 15 rollercoasters to happy-scream on. The Beast, the world’s longest wooden coaster, just became even longer. Off-season work extended it by a few feet and steepened the first drop.
WILMINGTON — Naturalist Mandy Wolski gives Cowan Lake State Park visitors a special lecture/show involving their animal friends, and she hopes to add more activities. Every Friday at the Nature Center, Cowan Lake naturalists have been hosting raptor and reptile feedings. Visitors will get a good (and safe) look at the eating habits of their Nature Center residents.
Plans are in the works for a City Barbeque restaurant at the former Rapid Fired Pizza location at 2001 E. Dorothy Lane. City of Kettering records show the popular Ohio-based restaurant chain intends to renovate the vacant 3,460 square-foot building next to Delco Park. An outdoor patio will be added...
“Free at Last” was the artistic theme of the Wilmington Garden Club Flower Show held Wednesday at the Clinton History Center — named to portray relief from COVID lockdowns. Each category was symbolic of the club continuing to meet throughout the year within the necessary restrictions: “Traveling Upward”,...
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