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Watching from 3,900 miles away, observers in Ohio wondered Friday how they would feel the impact of Britain’s historic vote to wrench itself free of the European Union.
Watching from 3,900 miles away, even residents in Dayton will be affected by Britain’s historic vote to wrench itself free from the European Union, one expert said Friday.
An expanded Star Spangled Heights Independence Day Celebration with a food truck rally, free games and other activities is coming July 2 to Thomas A.
KETTERINGSculpture work needed for contestRosewood Gallery is looking for entries for the 10th annual HWD.
Libraries across the state have spent more than a quarter of a billion dollars in a few years on massive renovations and new buildings, transforming heavily used public facilities into civic showpieces that offer much more than books, according to the State Library of Ohio.
Dayton Metro Library now has 3D printers available in five of its branches and the devices have done 400 print jobs for patrons in the year since they were installed, according to Chuck Duritsch, external relations manager for the library system.
1. Woman pleads not guilty after leaving 2 kids in hot car “I know it was wrong, but they’re making it sound like way more than it was,” Cassandra Hall said in a phone interview.
City council continues to grapple with concerns about records access and security — a conversation likely to extend well into summer.
Councilmember Ed Lyons asked surveillance video screen shots of Councilmen Richard Shaw and Glenn Otto exiting city hall with documents during off hours be placed on Monday night’s work session agenda.
MIAMI TWP.CIC board meeting todayMiami Twp.’s Community Improvement Corp. Board of Directors is scheduled to meet today.
Name: Madison DossSchool: WayneGrade: Recent graduateAge: 17Sports: Track and field, soccerClaim to fame/honors: GWOC athlete of the year junior and senior year; track MVP senior year; set GWOC and school record in open 400 (56.
Wayne High School graduates Brianna Woods (Class of 2013) and Darien Thornton (’12) are national collegiate track and field champions.
Name: Bailey MasseySchool: WayneGrade: SeniorAge: 18Sports: Softball, swimming, golfClaim to fame/honors: Gold Glove in softfball as an outfielder; coaches award in golf, most improved in swimming; three-year varsity softball player; plans to major in sociology at Wright State UniversityWords you live by: Life is short, live it.
Name: Alex OttoSchool: WayneGrade: SeniorAge: 17Sports: Track and field, footballClaim to fame/honors: GWOC special mention as a safety in football; indoor track, placed sixth in state indoor championship for weight throw; national outdoor qualifier for hammer throw in North Carolina; national qualifier for weight throw; throws discus in spring; four-year Army ROTC scholarship winner and will attend University of Dayton and major in mechanical engineering.
Another Trice is headed to the Big Ten to play basketball.Wayne High School graduate D’Mitrik Trice verbally committed to the University of Wisconsin this past weekend after visiting the Madison campus.
Wayne High School graduate D’Mitrik Trice, now attending IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., announced he has received a scholarship offer from Ohio State.
Expectations were heaped on the Wayne High School boys basketball team this past season. That’s what happens when a program returns an all-star worthy lineup and is the defending Division I state champion.
It was just a matter of time.Wayne High School sophomore wideout L’Christian Smith has received a scholarship offer from Ohio State University — for football.
She wouldn’t say it afterward — wouldn’t go anywhere near the subject really — but her mom wasn’t quite so timorous.
Finishing second was all the motivation the Wayne Warriors needed.“I think, this year, they were truly hungry to be No.