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Detectives from Huber Heights and Dayton collected homicide evidence — including a roll of plastic — from an east Dayton home last week during a search, the newspaper has learned.
October is Car Care Month, and AAA Tire & Auto Service experts are encouraging Miami Valley area drivers to take advantage of the mild fall weather to get their vehicles ready for winter.
UPDATE @ 8:22 a.m.:A truck driving north on Brandt Pike crossed over a median and crashed into an SUV head-on this morning in the area of Executive Blvd.
Check this page for a full list of crashes, disabled vehicles, construction projects and other hazards impacting your commute.
Construction crews tasked with widening Chambersburg Road have avoided delay despite issues with unmoved telephone poles, Huber Heights City Manager Rob Schommer said.
The Dayton area is in the midst of a “renaissance” where larger corporations have opened or expanded, millennials are lowering vacancy rates downtown, and small business and manufacturing growth is looking up, area business leaders say.
The newly remodeled Walmart Supercenter at 7680 Brandt Pike in Huber Heights will host a grand reopening celebration at 8 a.
BELLBROOKPlantation Trail Road closedPlantation Trail between Hillcrest Drive and Bellemeade Drive will be closed through Nov.
VANDALIAFire open house setThe Vandalia Fire Department will host an open house for Fire Prevention Month on Oct.
The first presidential debate was not at Wright State university as originally planned, but some WSU students still got to witness history on Monday.
Should there be an early signing period for college football recruits?Urban Meyer says no.Emphatically.
Name: Jacob MillerSchool: WayneGrade: SeniorAge: 17Sports: Cross-country, trackClaim to fame/honors: Regional qualifier in cross-country last fallBet you didn’t know … I didn’t start running until I was a freshmanWords you live by: Running is funningToughest opponent: Centerville in trackBiggest influence: Mo Farah (British distance runner)Meet-day rituals: Honey Bunches of Oats before a meetWhat’s on your bedroom walls: All my racing tagsWhen I’m bored I like to … sleepFavorite movie: Reservoir DogsPerson who would play you in a movie: Ryan GoslingFavorite TV show: The OfficeFavorite musical artist: WeezerI can’t live without: My parentsI can live without: RunningFavorite book: The Green Mile by Stephen KingFavorite home-cooked meal: Definitely spaghettiFavorite restaurant: Godfather’s PizzaFavorite smell: PumpkinFavorite cereal: Honey Bunches of OatsStore where you’d like a shopping spree: Nike OutletVegetable you won’t eat: AsparagusI’d love to trade places for a day with … Todd Anderson, Wayne crosscountry coachWhose mind would you like to read?
There were some really productive players around the Miami Valley last Friday night.• CJ’s Darian Jones had a pick six and returned a punt for a touchdown in the first three minutes against Meadowdale.
Wayne coach Jay Minton wasn’t sure if ties were still allowable in Ohio high school football (yes).
High school: Stebbins Indians Division: II Region: 8 League/conference and division: GWOC American South.
High school: Springboro Panthers Division: I Region: 4 League/conference and division: GWOC National West (formerly GWOC South).
High school: Sidney Yellow Jackets Division: II Region: Region 8 League/conference and division: GWOC American North (formerly GWOC North).
Coaching turnover has swept through the Greater Western Ohio Conference football teams, meaning the days of head coaches anchoring with a program for several decades or longer are dwindling.
Name: Benjamin JacksonSchool: WayneGrade: Incoming seniorAge: 17Sports: Football, track and fieldClaim to fame/honors: Center and long snapper on state runner-up football team; named first-team All-Greater Western Ohio Conference and all-district; earned special mention All-Ohio; received team’s Pit Dawg award; first year in shot put for track team; carries 4.
It’s probably too much to expect Wayne High School to make another run at an elusive state football championship, but that’s the Warriors’ goal.