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On Tuesday, November 28, the City of Troy street crews will commence the third round of the annual leaf collection program.   As in the past, the leaf

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Brower Stationers, a Troy owned and operated business specializing in office supplies, educational materials and art supplies, is proud to announce

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Rotarians and Interactors Clear Debris

Troy Rotarians, members of the Interact Club at Troy High School, and other volunteers came together on Saturday, November 4, to clear debris from a

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Koester Pavilion Celebrates National Physical Therapy Month

Koester Pavilion, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center, is celebrating National Physical Therapy Month, a nationwide observance held each

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It was a good year for Troy football, and Coach Matt Burgbacher is proud of how the team made it to the playoffs again. He is also looking at what the

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More detailed plans are in the works for the One Wellness Place private-public partnership building to offer under one roof behavioral health and
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In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bravo and their life-long activism in the Troy community, and their enthusiasm in helping to make the Overfield

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Miami County’s Visitors and Convention Bureau made two significant changes to its proposed budget for 2018 including testing the benefits of Internet

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