- Troy Lunch Club to get under way - 11:09 am
- Motorcycle crash leaves on dead - 11:03 am
- WWII flight surgeon’s story to be told - 9:38 am
- Motorcycle crash leaves on dead - 7:02 pm
- Saying thank you - 11:57 am
- May is Public Assistance Fraud Awareness Month - 11:52 am
- Students compete at State Science Day - 11:46 am
- View Post - 11:31 am
- Aktion Club kicks off in county - 11:27 am
- View Post - 11:22 am
- Canal Music Fest upcoming - 9:36 am
- Museum welcomes newest trustee - 10:57 pm
- Covington schools have summer hours - 10:44 pm
- Historical society members honored - 10:15 pm
- This Side Up to play downtown - 10:08 pm
- Area briefs - 9:55 pm
- Rotarians learn about ‘Grandparent Revolution’ - 9:40 pm
- Library to offer Summer Reading Challenge - 9:33 pm
- Area briefs - 9:20 pm
- History flies to Dayton - 5:09 pm
- Man fair following I-75 crash - 4:54 pm
- Restaurant inspections - 11:35 am
- Main fair following I-75 crash - 10:26 am
- Community Calendar - 7:27 am
- Ticket to ride: No cycling on downtown sidewalks - 10:29 pm
- Ribbon cutting at Haren’s - 7:17 pm
- View Post - 5:32 pm
- CareFlight called to I-75 crash - 5:24 pm
- Don’t try this at home - 4:55 pm
- Moore named chair of board of trustees - 4:02 pm
- Woehrmyer to join practice - 3:17 pm
- Average 30-year mortgage rate ticks up - 2:43 pm
- View Post - 12:48 pm
- Newton FCCLA awards announced - 11:36 am
- UVCC honors student achievements - 10:12 am
- Community Calendar - 7:27 am
- A ‘203’ for TLC - 4:55 pm
- Resident challenges federal bathroom directive - 4:16 pm
- College briefs - 3:45 pm
- Lehman honors music students at banquet - 2:12 pm
- Alleged rape suspect released from jail - 12:39 pm
- Tipp HS principal resigns - 12:31 pm
- View Post - 12:29 pm
- View Post - 12:17 pm
- Photo contest winners named - 12:13 pm
- Finance classes offered - 10:21 am
- Three vie for 8th district seat - 10:02 pm
- Troy 18-year-old charged with rape in Piqua - 5:02 pm
- County sewer rates to rise - 3:38 pm
- View Post - 2:15 pm
Aktion Club kicks off in county
MIAMI COUNTY — A charter banquet for the newly formed Aktion Club of Miami County was held May 11 at Riverside Developmental Disabilities.The ne...
Education float offeredDARKE COUNTY — The Stillwater Watershed Education Float will be held from 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, June 17, beginning ...
Canal Music Fest upcoming
TIPP CITY — The Tipp City Area Arts Council is putting the final touches on the Seventh annual Canal Music Fest. This year’s event is pres...
Museum welcomes newest trustee
TROY — The Miami Valley Veterans Museum welcomes Rocky Hornbeck. During the May 2016 meeting, the board accepted his application to be a trustee...
Covington schools have summer hours
COVINGTON — Summer office hours for Covington Elementary School are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The office will be open through May 31 and then closed for ...
Historical society members honored
TROY — Volunteers of The Troy Historical Society were honored at the society’s annual meeting on May 19th at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Cent...
By Josh [email protected] — Tippecanoe is used to be in high-pressure, edge-of-your-seat situations.In fact, the Red Devils...
When push comes to shove
By David [email protected] HEIGHTS — Kurt Snyder had just spent the last few hours watching his team push through the rain, past t...
Rain no pain for Trojans
By David [email protected] HEIGHTS — Deon Metz will readily admit that he may not have the fastest team in the area from top to bo...
Lehman uses big sixth inning to win district title
By Rob [email protected] HILL — Two days earlier, the Lehman baseball team was staring at a 6-1 deficit in the sixth inning o...
Newton falls in district final
By Josh [email protected] — To say Newton’s season didn’t end the way the team would’ve liked is putting...
Big snake a possible record?
“You see that big snake on the log?” my neighbor Mike asked by way of greeting as he ambled down the driveway. A note of excitement in his...
Michael Brown’s mom’s book recalls death, life
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Lezley McSpadden was taking a cigarette break from her grocery store job when a friend called to say someone had been shot in t...
Report: Genetically altered food safe but not curing hunger
WASHINGTON (AP) — Genetically manipulated food remains generally safe for humans and the environment, a high-powered science advisory board decl...
Salad makes for easy cooking, healthy eating
By Melissa D’ArabianAssociated PressThe all-grilled salad has become a staple in our house over the years — it’s versatile, easy, ha...
Real estate transactions
TROYHalifax Land Company to Frank Harlow Jr., Holly Harlow, one lot, $99,900.Strein LLC to Jesse Hackney, one lot, $103,900.Edward Mergler, Melanie Me...
Low maintenance flower garden care
By Melinda MyersContributing WriterGrow a beautiful flower garden with minimal care by investing a bit of time at the start of the season to reduce on...
Support even more than imagined
To the Editor:Over the past seven months the Miami East-MVCTC has conducted a fundraiser for Heifer International. The goal of this fundraiser was to ...
Project SEARCH celebrates new grads
For the Troy Daily NewsMIAMI COUNTY — Participants in the 2015-16 Upper Valley Project SEARCH were encouraged by a previous program graduate to ...
The Blade, May 14What is Bob McDonnell doing in front of the U.S. Supreme Court?As governor of Virginia, McDonnell did some things that could be calle...
Just change the signs
To the Editor:This LGBT restroom thing has been in the news a lot. States are now defying the Feds on the matter. Some say we’ll have grown men ...
Eliminate big money from politics
An unknown politician recently ran for U.S. Congress and won. He had previously served as a county Judge in a remote part of the Congressional distric...
Woehrmyer to join practice
COVINGTON — Covington Dental, formerly Dr. Forrest Blythe, DDS, has announced that Dr. Heather (Motter) Woehrmyer who will be joining the practi...
A ‘203’ for TLC
You find a neat “fixer-upper,” then learn that banks won’t lend until the repairs are done, but the repairs can’t be completed...
Inspira Wellness II celebrates grand opening
TROY — When she was a competitive gymnast growing up, Kim Noll competed at the Rainbow Gymnastics Academy in Troy. Her final tournament as a gym...
Want to sue your bank? Regulators push to make it easier
Ken SweetAP Business WriterNEW YORK (AP) — If government regulators get their way, it’s going to become a lot easier to sue your bank.By a...
Two join HIWT staff TROY — Joining the staff at Hobart Institute of Welding Technology is Brian Sheward. Sheward will be teaching the skill of w...
Supplier diversity earns Premier recognition
Staff ReportsDAYTON — Premier Health recently won accolades for its commitment to work with a diverse group of suppliers.The health system recei...