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Firefighters on scene of barn fire in Miami County
Several firefighters have responded to a barn fire in Miami County Thursday morning.
Drivers seriously injured in U.S. 68 crash
Both drivers sustained serious injuries following a two-vehicle crash that occurred around 7:15 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 29, near the intersection of U.S. Route 68 and County Road 37. Braden Jenkins, 18, of Quincy, and Wendy Rodenberger, 51, of Kenton, each was transported by Careflight helicopter to Miami Valley Hospital with...
These urbana, OH based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around urbana..
Local company plans $20M project, seeks to add 300 new jobs
SIDNEY, Ohio (Dayton Business Journal) -- A manufacturer looking to bring its first North American facility to the Dayton region is seeking a tax abatement to bolster the development. The abatement will add 300 new jobs to an already promised 1,200 jobs and anchor an additional $100 million investment. Semcorp...
Piqua Police reports
-7:47 p.m.: criminal damage/mischief. Officers responded to a report of criminal damage/mischief in the 400 block of Wood Street. -7:03 p.m.: driving under the influence (DUI). Officers responded to multiple reports of reckless operation in the 700 block of East Ash Street. Everett E. Booth, 24, of Piqua, was charged with DUI.
Longtime Springfield volleyball coach Reitz resigns
McKenna Reitz, the volleyball coach at Springfield since 2010, announced her resignation this week via social media. “As I write this, tears are rolling down my cheeks,” Reitz wrote. “It is time for me to be a mom and be present in my daughters’ lives as they play in their own volleyball matches and perform on stage. It is time for someone new to take over the program who can dedicate their time as the program deserves. “I am forever grateful for the Springfield volleyball program and the light it has been in my life.” A Northview graduate, Reitz joined the Springfield program in 2007 as an assistant before becoming head coach three years later. Her husband, Greg Reitz, is the head coach of the men’s and women’s volleyball programs at Lourdes University.
Troy Police Blotter November 17 – November 20, 2023
November 17, 8:53 am. J.M. Deal arrested Joshua T. Brown at McKaig Avenue and S Dorset Road on the offense of Driving Under OVI Suspension. November 18, 1:29 pm. H. Bradburn arrested Kari L. Swafford at E Main St. on the offense of Possession of Drugs. November 18, 3:51 pm....
Former local election official pleads guilty to felony charge
The investigation was due to irregularities with “some procurement of supplies,” Miami County Board of Elections Chairman Dave Fisher previously told News Center 7.
Piqua Police Blotter November 18 – November 21, 2023
November 18, 1:36 am. M.A. Rodriguez arrested Jacobs A. Baugh at S College St and Covington Ave on the offenses of Open Liquor Container and Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs. November 19, 2:28 pm. C.D. Monnin arrested Travis N. Trautzsch at S Wayne St on the...
Christiansburg suspends EMS service, coverage in 2024
CHRISTIANSBURG, Ohio (WDTN) — The officers of the Christiansburg Fire Company announced the end of EMS services in the area at the end of the year. According to the social media post, EMS service and coverage will end in Jackson Township, Lostcreek Township, and the Village of Christiansburg on Dec. 31, 2023. Their organization has […]
Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports
-4:04 a.m.: theft. Deputies responded to a report of motor vehicle theft in the 1800 block of South County Road 25A in Concord Township. -10:50 a.m.: theft. Deputies responded to a report of theft at Action Tire and Auto Center on Harrison Street in Concord Township. -8:02 a.m.: criminal damage/mischief....
Springfield police make arrest in fatal Thanksgiving bar shooting
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) — During a press conference Wednesday afternoon, Springfield police confirmed the arrest of a person in relation to a Thanksgiving bar shooting. Springfield police have identified the suspect as Sean Baron Wallace, 30, of Columbus. Shyheim Gibson died last Thursday after multiple shots were fired in the crowded Club Hollywood Bar on […]
Epicurean Adventure: 3 Urbana Burgers You Can't Miss
In this article, we explore three of the most delectable burgers that Urbana has to offer. Have you had a chance to taste any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Today the gas price is close to $2.89 in Conover as of 2023-11-28. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Tuesday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.295 , according to AAA.
Man lodged for criminal trespassing after laundromat incident
Tanner J. Reece, 29, of West Liberty, was charged with criminal trespassing and criminal mischief relating to an incident Sunday, Nov. 26, at the West Liberty laundromat on north Detroit Street. Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office responded to the laundromat about 9:30 p.m. on a report of a...
Piqua Welcomes Kyle Hinkelman as New Community Services Director, Set to Enhance City's Quality of Life
The City of Piqua, Ohio, has appointed Kyle Hinkelman as its new Community Services Director. Hinkelman has been the Village Administrator for the Village of Covington since December 2020. He brings extensive experience in community planning to his new role and is excited about the opportunities in Piqua.
Champaign Family YMCA’s fundraiser set to begin
The Champaign Family YMCA’s annual Invest in Youth Silent Auction runs from Dec. 2 through Dec. 11. Thanks to community support, including the Silent Auction’s sponsor Urbana Grace Church, the Champaign Family YMCA helped more than 300 families and provided over $100,000 in scholarships in 2022 and again in 2023.
Toy drive tradition returns to benefit hospitalized children at Christmas
Volunteers with the Ohio Virtual Academy unload toys for donation to Nationwide Children’s Hospital in a previous year’s toy drive. (SUBMITTED PHOTO) The Ohio Virtual Academy (OHVA) — a full-time, tuition-free, online public school for grades K-12 — has partnered with local alumni members to host their ninth annual Christmas Toy Drive benefiting Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
ME-MVCTC FFA Chapter inducts new members
CASSTOWN — The Miami East-MVCTC FFA Chapter awarded 32 new members their Greenhand FFA degree on Monday, Nov. 27. The Greenhand Degree is awarded to first year members of the FFA, and is the first award that can be received. Each member awarded received a pin to be worn on their FFA jacket and a certificate of achievement.
Superintendent shares grateful reflections
In November, many of us reflect on what we have in our lives to feel gratitude for, and I am no different. After spending the last 5 years of my career at the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities (SCBDD), I can very honestly say that I’m grateful for every employee who works with me. I am continually impressed by the dedication and creativity the staff at SCBDD demonstrate. I wish the community could see these people in action more often. From the passion and commitment of Shelby Hills, our special education preschool team, to the patience and resourcefulness of our Service & Support Administrators and Community Education & Outreach staff, I cannot ask to be the leader of a better team. No matter their role, whether they work in Early Intervention or in our facilities department, our employees wholeheartedly support the mission of our organization.