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Through mid-June, area residents can take in two areas of Dayton history in one downtown trip.The Great Dayton Flood Walks, led by Leon Bey, were planned for March through April, but were so popular they’ve been extended.
Staff reportThe Dayton Better Business Bureau on Tuesday named this year’s winners of the bureau’s Eclipse Integrity Awards.
Incenta Federal Credit Union celebrates May 21 the grand openings of two new branch offices in Moraine and Beavercreek.
MORAINE – A moped with no headlight or license plate was puttering along Willowview Drive near Clearview Road at 11 p.
MORAINE – Four males and a female were conducting a multi-faceted argument in the front yard of a home in the 2400 block of Orange Avenue at 9:30 p.
MORAINE – A Vectren bill was among missing items from a home burglary that could give the victim some relief if the thief pays it.
Police are searching for a man suspected of robbing the Speedway station near the intersection of Alex-Bell and Lamme roads around 1:45 a.
The advertising market divides and subdivides with each new technology from DVRs to satellite radios, but one of the oldest of them all — the billboard — is evolving into the digital world at Key-Ads Inc.
In general, Dayton retail, industrial and office markets have been “weak” in the first quarter of 2013, but they’re slowly recovering or trending upward, according to a report from Miller-Valentine Gem Real Estate Group.
An online sales-tax proposal has triggered a divisive debate among business owners and attracted a strange-bedfellows mix of supporters that includes the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce and Democratic U.
Mark Harden has reversed his decision to accept the boys varsity basketball position at Fairmont High School and instead will remain as athletic director at Fairfield.
A new era of basketball at Fairmont High School will take its direction today when the school board is expected to approve Mark Harden as its boys varsity basketball coach and Lacy Romine as its girls head coach.
The only thing that could slow Natalie Uy of Fairmont High School was an ankle injury. That, and finding time to perfect four grueling track and field events.
Hank Bias knew it was time, three years ago. “If I had to do it all over again, that would be the time to step away,” said Bias, who resigned after 13 years as Fairmont High School’s boys varsity basketball coach last week.
Makayla Waterman was anchored in math class. She didn’t want to believe what text messages and classmates were insisting: Fairmont High School girls basketball coach Tim Cogan was leaving.
Tim Cogan resigned as head coach of the championship Fairmont High School girls basketball team on Thursday and within hours was named the head boys varsity coach at Carroll.
It’s been four straight years of girls basketball excellence at Fairmont High School. But there remains one final hurdle for the Firebirds to clear: Beat Twinsburg.
Troy Christian survived a late rally by Ft. Loramie to hold on for a 65-56 victory Wednesday night in a Division IV district final at Fairmont High School’s Trent Arena.
After 18 games of bowling, the state girls bowling title would all come down to a single game.In a rematch of last year’s final, Coldwater and Hubbard faced off again for the team championship at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl.
Most people attending their first wrestling match notice Fairmont High School 182 pound senior Drew Plumlee right away.