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  • Township decline's offer from Centerville
    Township declining Centerville's proposal and setting fire district
    Sugarcreek Township trustees and administration have been working with the City of Centerville for nearly six years to put a plan into place for fire service coverage for the new Cosco shopping center, to no avail. But, three days before opening...
  • Great Pumpkin
    A to Z guide of Trick or Treat dates and times in the greater Dayton area
    Get your costumes and goodie bags ready, Halloween is just a few weeks away! To help you prepare for the evening affectionately known as "Beggar's Night", here is a list of dates and times for this year's festivities,...
  • 5 Strange Facts About Dayton, Ohio
    5 Strange Historical Facts About Dayton, Ohio
    1. Dayton was Founded on April Fool's DayI couldn't make this fact up. The next time you're sitting in traffic thinking that Dayton is a joke, keep this fact in mind. On April 1st, 1796, Benjamin Van Cleve and 11 other settlers...
  • Salt supply for winter
    It's never too early to think about snow
    The region is hoping for a mild winter this year and for less snow than last. The reason? For one, a salt shortage exists. The salt supply was a big issue last winter and is suddenly a huge concern again, as we head for the winter months. It has...
  • Boy finds mummified body hanging in a vacant home, it had been there 5 years
    Boy finds mummified body: Explores vacant house, finds corpse hanging in closet
    A boy stumbled upon what is best described as a scene out of a classic horror movie in an old vacant house. A mummified body hanging from a belt around its neck greeted the young explorer who shouldn't have been in the condemned building,...
  • It's time for "Cars and Coffee"
    It's time for "Cars and Coffee"
    History may not record when and where the first Cars & Coffee event took place. I discovered my first one in Arizona about ten years ago. It was in a McDonald’s parking lot located on the corner of a large shopping center. Ferrari was...
  • Tomato and mozzarella
    Enjoy local dining deals on Amazon Local
    Fans of local dining will be thrilled to indulge in these great deals currently available on Amazon Local for Dayton, Cincinnati, Columbus and Louisville area restaurants:$16.00 to spend on food and drink at Taste of Belgium, located in Florence,...
  • Elite programs round out NCAA tournament Elite Eight
    Elite programs round out NCAA tournament Elite Eight
    The NCAA tournament rounded out the Elite Eight on March 28. When all was said and done, the Michigan Wolverines, Kentucky Wildcats, Connecticut Huskies and Michigan State Spartans escaped to further another deep NCAA tournament run. While the big...
  • Saint Joseph's advances to A-10 semifinals
    Saint Joseph's outlasts Dayton in Atlantic 10 Quarterfinal
    In a key battle between two teams squarely on the bubble to make the NCAA Tournament, Saint Joseph's found a way to get past Dayton 70-67 in a closely contested game at the Barclays Center.In the third meeting between the two teams this season...
  • Colorado Vs California
    NCAA tournament bubble teams: Did bubble burst for several tournament hopefuls?
    NCAA tournament bubble teams needed to find a lot of success this week. As the field for the 2014 NCAA Tournament shrinks, several bubble teams might have seen those hopes burst in postseason conference play. On Thursday afternoon (March 13),...
  • Fountain Square Cincinnati Ohio
    10 reasons to be optimistic about commercial real estate in Southwest Ohio
    1. Fiscal Drag FadesOn December 26, 2013 the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013 was signed into law. The deal funds the federal government though the fall of 2015. In doing so it removes a layer of fiscal uncertainty that has weighed on the US economy...
  • Saint Joseph's gets a statement victory over Dayton
    Saint Joseph's gets a statement victory over Dayton
    In a match-up between two teams firmly on the NCAA Tournament bubble, Saint Joseph's showed a national audience their credentials for the "Big Dance" as the Hawks throttled Dayton, defeating the Flyers 79-53 on Tuesday evening at...
  • Galloway's late heroics lead St. Joe's to victory over Dayton
    Galloway's late heroics lead St. Joe's to victory over Dayton
    During the closing minutes of their contest against Dayton on Wednesday night it was looking a lot like "same old Saint Joseph's" to most Hawk fans.The Hawks had coughed up a 15-point second half lead and suddenly with nine seconds...
  • Office Buildings
    Cincinnati and Dayton office markets end 2013 strong
    According to the release of Cassidy Turley Commercial Real Estate’s latest market snapshots, both the Cincinnati and Dayton office sectors ended 2013 strong, as fourth quarter net absorption exceeded 130,000 square feet in each of the...
  • Bellbrook EMS/Fire Department
    Bellbrook taking a look back
    During the Bellbrook City council meeting, Berma Fernandez praised the Bellbrook Fire/EMS Department for their gracious help after calling 9-1-1 several weeks ago.Fernandez was rushed to the hospital after making a 9-1-1 call and was greeted by...