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The Columbus-based Salon Lofts will enter the Dayton beauty-care market this fall by opening locations in the Town & Country Shopping Center in Kettering and in Washington Park Plaza in Washington Twp.
A man suspected in a series of bank robberies was arrested Friday. Gerald Duggan, 42, was arrested at a home on Gary Court in New Carlisle, according to investigating authorities.
The Columbus-based Salon Lofts will enter the Dayton market later this year in a big way, opening salons this fall in two locations.
Tornado and wind related events killed nearly 25 Ohioans in the past five years despite advances in how people are alerted of strong storms.
WASHINGTON TWP., Montgomery County – Driving without headlights at 11 p.m. will lead to a traffic stop almost every time, which is what happened on Washington Village Drive near Lyons Road.
WASHINGTON TWP., Montgomery County – He was polite enough to the officer who stopped him for not using his turn signal at 11:30 p.
WASHINGTON TWP., Montgomery County — A new Five Below retail store, with merchandise priced at $1 to $5 designed for teenagers and pre-teens, is scheduled to open Friday, May 17 at 8250 Kingsridge Drive in the South Towne Centre retail development.
There is a surefire way to add a little flash to a meal at the China Cottage — order the Pao Pao combination platter for two.
MANAGEMENTDayton Children’s creates new executive positionThe Children’s Medical Center of Dayton has created a new top level executive position, and promoted someone from within to fill it.
After hearing arguments and emotional appeals from both sides Wednesday, a federal judge said she will decide “in approximately a week” whether a former Dayton-area chief executive will go to prison for defrauding investors and misleading employees.
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.
1. Reds on the road: If the Reds want to keep playing into October, these are the games they need to win.
BASEBALLBATTING (min. 50 at-bats)Player H/AB AVG.R. Kensinger, Xenia Chr. 38/57 .667C. Nealeigh, Greenville 48/76 .
BOYS TENNISSWBL BUCKEYE DIVISION TOURNAMENTTEAM RESULTS: 1. Milton-Union 56, 2. Carlisle 41, 3. Dixie 39, 4.
Centerville (22-1) won its 18th straight game with a 2-1 victory over Northmont, and remained spotless at 10-0 in the Greater Western Ohio Conference Central in Wednesday baseball action.
TennisVALLEY VIEW 3, CJ 2Singles — 1. Estrada-Sanchez (CJ) d. Wilson, 6-0 6-1; 2. Harshberger (VV) d.
Centerville 1, Northmont 0: Nick Bertram doubled in the walk-off run for host Centerville (21-1) in the bottom of the ninth.
The goal at Badin High School isn’t just to win a state championship this spring. It’s to win two.