The Cincinnati Zoo's Cat Ambassador Program brought wild cats Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010, to the Wombat Art Works in Waynesville. The program featured a cheetah and a serval.
About 100 members of the local pro-life community gathered for a rally Sunday Sept. 26 in Kettering to kick off the Dayton 40 Days for Life campaign. Bryan Kemper, from Stand True Ministries of Troy, was the speaker at the rally.
Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland and Maryellen O'Shaughnessy, candidate for secretary of state, stopped at Montgomery County Democratic Headquarters on a Sunday, Sept 26, as part a four-day bus tour across the state to energize supporters.
Thousands of people visited Lebanon Saturday September 25th and enjoyed everything apple related. Lebanon's Apple Festival featured music, food and crafts.
See photos of the University of Dayton Flyers from the entire 2010 football season, including spring games.
A self-built, experimental plane crashed in a soybean field in Miami Twp. just south of Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport, on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010. The pilot, Kurtis Wray, 53, of Beavercreek, was taken to Greene Memorial Hospital with minor injuries.
More than 3,000 people took part in the the Greater Dayton Start! 5K Heart Walk and Run at Wright State University. Proceeds from the event sponsored by the American Heart Association will go to research and education about heart disease and its prevention through healthy habits.
The Germantown Pretzel Festival started on Saturday Sept. 25, 2010 in Germantown. Plenty of food, including pretzels and corn on the cob, was available for festival patrons.
For more than a year, the 61-year-old retired Delphi engineer and Centerville resident Mike Fanelli circled the globe, much of it with his daughter Laura. In all, Fanelli traveled through 32 countries — on $50 a day.
The Mum Festival, the oldest festival in Miami County, with all its food, crafts, games and family fun, kicked off Saturday, Sept. 25 in Tipp City.
Oktoberfest was held Saturday, September 25 at the Dayton Art Institute. Thousands enjoyed the warm early autumn sun, international and craft beers, entertainment, fine arts and food.
Xenia hosted Wayne on Friday, Sept. 24 during the fifth week of high school football. Wayne won the game.
See photos of the action at Eaton vs. Oakwood, Wayne vs. Xenia and more from Week 5 of high school football.
Triad played Central in high school football action on Friday, Sept. 24, 2010.
Springfield hosted Trotwood-Madison on Friday, Sept. 24 in the fifth week of high school football.
Lebanon hosted Northmont in a Friday night high school football game. Northmont won by the score of 41-38.
The Badin Rams traveled to Springboro to take on the Alter Knights, during week 5 football, Friday September 24, 2010, at Care Flight Field.
Oakwood High School battled Eaton High School Friday night September 24 at Oakwood in the game of the week.
A fire destroyed a house at 9829 Fourman Rd. in West Milton on Friday, Sept. 24, 2010. The fire started in a soybean field. Three people lived in the house. There were no injuries.
Rescue crews pulled a woman from a burning car following a two-vehicle accident at West Main Street and Wittenberg Avenue around 2:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24, 2010. After the collision, the woman's vehicle slammed into a nearby building and burst into flames. Firefighters were able to extinguish the blaze and ...