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It could be a scene from the presidential election, with one side touting their experience and the other side charging that things are headed in the wrong direction.
Check this page for a full list of crashes, disabled vehicles, construction projects and other hazards impacting your commute.
UPDATE @ 6:30 p.m. (Sept. 29): A 37-year-old man stopped by sheriff’s deputies minutes after a robbery this morning at Great Clips, 1036 Miamisburg Centerville Road, remains in the county jail.
Local students Thursday said they were blind-sighted by Regency Beauty Institute’s decision to close after more than 50 years in cosmetology education.
Miamisburg has a new assistant city manager.Tom Thompson, a captain in the city’s police department, has been appointed to the job, Miamisburg City Manager Keith Johnson said in an announcement released Thursday.
Set to take 400 lives this year, the raft of drug overdose deaths in Montgomery County needs to be fought as ferociously as the worst infectious disease, public health and county officials said Wednesday.
UPDATE @ 3:26 p.m.The power outage caused by a tree falling on wires in Miamisburg has been restored, but 90 remain without power in a separate outage in Greene County, according to the Dayton Power and Light outage map.
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.
A food truck rally is scheduled for The Park at Austin Landing Sunday. The Food Truck Frenzy, set for 3 to 8 p.
There are no changes in the top sports for Week 6 of the high school football Power Rankings. The greatest reshuffling is in Division I.
1. Madison and Oakwood may have played the game of the week. The two combined for over 900 total yards as the Mohawks improved to 4-1 with a 47-37 victory.
Troy football coach Matt Burgbacher got it right after Miamisburg handed the Trojans their first loss in the final seconds Friday night at Troy.
Miamisburg High School's Tate Vongsy connected with Tyler Johnson on a 19-yard touchdown pass to beat Troy 21-17 with eight seconds left in a Week 5 football classic.
As the misses mounted, Miamisburg football coach Steve Channell couldn’t help himself. He repeatedly tore into sophomore quarterback Tate Vongsy as potential scoring drives were stopped on passes that had no chance of being caught.
Troy’s stunning turnaround will meet its greatest challenge when the Trojans (4-0) host Miamisburg (3-1) in a Greater Western Ohio Conference crossover high school football game tonight.
As it is every year, the Miami Valley is home to some of the top football players in the state. More than a dozen of the Ohio’s top 100 prospects in the 247Sports composite rankings call our region home, and many of them have already declared a college destination.
Five area teams — Troy (Division II), Franklin (D-III), Valley View (D-IV), Coldwater (D-V) and Covington (D-VII) — rank No.
This is Week 5 of the high school football regular season. The following are this week’s area games.
Here’s what we can say about Wayne (3-0-1) after four weeks of the high school football season: the Warriors might be even better than the last two Wayne teams that played for Division I state championships.