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It started as a casual pastime, but now James Turpening has some full-fledged bowlers in the family.
Motorists experienced traffic delays this morning as Dayton Power and Light moved a transformer from Beavercreek to Kettering.
RUDY’S SMOKEHOUSE Monday through Friday, Rudy’s Smokehouse in Springfield, 1920 Bechtle Ave.
Mosaic table tops, religious icons, mirrors and vessels are all part of the current exhibit at Gallery St.
Owen’s Place, a unique playground designed not only to be handicapped accessible but to provide children of all abilities the opportunity to play together in the same space celebrated the grand opening of phase 1 of the project on May 18.
Several traffic delays — especially on Shakertown Road — will occur for at least four hours Wednesday morning as Dayton Power & Light moves a large transformer from Beavercreek to Kettering.
BEAVERCREEK – The four-door 1994 Chevy Lumina had California license plates on the outside and a 44-year-old man asleep on the inside.
BEAVERCREEK – Not thinking anyone would take the $340 she left in a jar in her bedroom or the $60 she left on top of the printer in her computer room, a woman and her daughter left their apartment while neighbors were moving.
BEAVERCREEK – Even the officer who interviewed the suspicious man at 8:05 a.m. in the area of Darst and Indian Ripple Road thought the story he told a little illogical, but there were no signs of criminal activity even if the guy had been arrested before for burglary in Greene County.
When the Boy Scouts of America meet in Dallas this week to vote whether to allow gay youth to become members, four scout leaders from the Miami Valley will be in attendance.
DISTRICT TOURNAMENTDivision I at CentervilleThursday’s PairingsSingles—Berry (Springboro) vs. Hugenberg (Anderson); Bollinger (Tippecanoe) vs.
BaseballSECTIONAL TOURNAMENTToday’s Sectional FinalsDIVISION IIIAt KingsRoger Bacon vs. Cin. HIlls, 5 p.
Thursday’s Sectional Finals DIVISION I At Lakota West Moeller vs. St. Xavier, 5 p.m. At Western Hills Lakota East vs.
SoftballNorthmont 4, Greenville 3: Northmont won this regular season battle of local heavyweights when Libby Pfeffer drove in Kassi Crawford with a double in the bottom of the seventh.
BaseballSECTIONAL TOURNAMENTDIVISION ISt. Xavier 3, Talawanda 2Lakota East 5, Glen Este 4Centerville 5, Fairmont 1SoftballSECTIONAL TOURNAMENTDIVISION IIFranklin 21, Alter 0, 5 inn.
Fenwick boys volleyball coach Yoon Ha’s biggest fear became reality Saturday.“I was worried about how we’d handle it mentally,” Ha said about the Falcons’ first regional final.
Fairborn senior Matt Cline’s smile beamed as he pointed to teammate Jeremy Bridges. “He’s an animal,” Cline said after Bridges out-leaned Miamisburg’s Andrew Denlinger at the tape to win the 4x400-meter relay title at the Greater Western Ohio Conference track meet at Centerville High School Friday night.
BaseballNoah McGillivary hit a walk-off two-run single in the bottom of the seventh to help Waynesville (22-2) knock off Dixie in Division III sectional baseball.
BaseballSECTIONAL TOURNAMENTWednesday’s ResultsDIVISION IIIBadin 11, East Clinton 0, 5 inn.Carlisle 10, Dayton Christian 1Fenwick 5, Madison 3Miami East 10, Northwestern 0, 5 inn.
What seemed a perfect basketball marriage for 16 years is ending in a nasty divorce at Northmont High School.