A former Troy woman convicted of interference with custody for fleeing to Las Vegas in 2014 with her four-year-old daughter was sentenced Nov. 24, to
Troy’s proposed 2016 budget review included a peek at some proposed projects next year and beyond such as possible West Main Street widening.
As consumers shop online during Cyber Monday and throughout the holiday season, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is encouraging them to protect their
Christmas officially arrived in the heart of downtown Troy on November 27, the day after Thanksgiving. The tree on the square was lit in grand
Miami County’s Board of Elections certified results of the Nov. 3 election in which close to 50 percent of registered voters participated during a
Winning takes commitment, especially during the off-season. That commitment includes continuous learning, growing and developing a philosophy about
Each prospective candidate obtaining nominating petitions from the Miami County Board of Elections now receives a candidate checklist approved Nov. 23
As the temperatures drop in the Miami Valley, the need for warm coats goes up for many local school kids. As they have for the past six years, Troy