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Vandalia artist Guustie Alvardo will host an art reception from 5 to 8 pm on Monday, Dec. 16, at the Vandalia Municipal Building lobby.
Ohio charities turned a profit of more than $100 million from bingo last year — more than any other state — but the revenue generated has declined annually since reaching its peak in 2005.
Vandalia City Council members have hired a former Montgomery County Administrator to help in the city’s search for a new city manager.
There’s a new contemporary artist on the scene, and you may have seen his work before.Ryan Struve of Dayton is presenting two mixed-media works at Gallery 510, but his first public art piece was a Bike Rack for Coco’s Bistro, installed last Memorial Day weekend.
Construction of a Vandalia warehouse owned by a Maryland-based speciality metal packaging and custom metal lithography company is set to be completed before February, according to the builder.
Snow emergencies have been issued for some area counties. Most of the area will be seeing snow only for the rest of the evening after a mixture of sleet, snow and freezing rain hit the area Friday morning.
Southbound Interstate 75 was closed in Vandalia today following a four-vehicle crash.Two people were injured and taken to local hospitals following the crash that involved two semi-tractor trailers and two vehicles.
A downtown Dayton development project as well as a plan to reinvigorate a former General Motors plant were recommended for full funding Friday.
A Montgomery County committee weighing requests to help fund a key downtown Dayton development project as well as the re-invigoration of a former General Motors plant recommended fully funding those projects Friday.
Fast-food workers and labor organizers on Thursday rallied in protest over low wages, with actions taking place in 100 cities including Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus.
Franklin’s Luke Kennard set a school record with 51 points on 22-of-36 shooting in an 83-56 defeat of Edgewood on Tuesday night.
Beavercreek 70, Sidney 41: Maddi Shannon and Kayla Shields each had 14 points for the Beavers (3-1).
Dunbar overcame a late rally by Chaminade Julienne to escape with a 71-68 in boys high school basketball Tuesday.
Boys Basketball Scoring Leaders for Tuesday, Dec. 3Connor Brown (Miamisburg) 33C.J. Riazzi (CJ) 28Caleb Poland (Milton-Union) 27Justin Martin (Xenia Christian) 26Frank Catrine (Fenwick) 24David Ivey (Carroll) 23William Green (Dunbar) 23Mehdi Hossein (West Carrollton) 21Andrew Goodpaster (Carlisle) 19Antonio Atria (Fairmont) 19Kevin Christie (Fenwick) 19Kyle Dodson (Centerville) 18Jalen Paige (Vandalia) 18Aaron Hammonds (CJ) 18Jordan Freeman (Xenia Christian) 18Girls Basketball Scoring Leaders for Tuesday, Dec.
The 2013 All-Area Divisions II-III football teams, as selected by Cox Media Group Ohio on recommendations from area coaches: DIVISIONS II-III FIRST TEAM OFFENSE: End – Kendric Mallory, Trotwood-Madison, 6-3, 190, sr.
Shawnee point guard Andrew Tincher had been tightly guarded by Vandalia Butler’s Jalen Paige for 3 1/2 quarters.
Never before has unbeaten Tippecanoe ventured this deep into the high school football playoffs. And in Trotwood-Madison, the Red Devils are gearing up to play their greatest opponent in program history.
The 2013 Associated Press Southwest All-District football teams, as selected by a media panel from the district: DIVISION I First Team OFFENSE: Ends-Tristan Davis, Huber Heights Wayne, 5-11, 165, sr.
OSSCA All-State TeamsBoys SoccerDIVISION IArea First Team: Shayne Gossell (Beavercreek); Gabe Welp (Lakota West)Area Second team: Hall Banks (Lakota West); Jeremy Brown (Xenia); Emmett Kresslein (Lebanon); Justin Niswonger (Centerville); Nate Norris (Vandalia Butler); Brock Szelesty (Northmont); Alberto Zaragoza (Tecumseh)Player of the Year: Jack Clark (Mason)Coach of the Year: Chris Payne (Mentor)Asst.
BOYS SOCCERALL-DISTRICT TEAMSDIVISION IGossell (Beavercreek); Brown (Xenia); Norris (Vandalia); Zaragoza (Tecumseh); Niswonger (Centerville); Kresslein (Lebanon); Szelesty (Northmont); Kleptz (Troy); Lyle (Beavercreek); Nichols (Fairmont); Gaylor (Sidney); Drees (Vandalia).