The Miami County commissioners Nov. 17 approved the county Title XX subgrant agreements with social services agencies from across the county. The
As we are quickly approaching Game Day for long-time college football rivals, Ohio State and Michigan, a local church finds itself divided against its
The retrial of Frank Bowen, 26, in the 2014 murder of Joseph Graley III of Bethel Township has been rescheduled to begin Jan. 12.
The trial was
A former Milton-Union High School principal could receive up to 16 ½ years in prison after pleading no contest Monday, Nov. 30, to five felony counts
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
Residents need to beware when taking calls on home or cell phones this holiday season. One of the latest scams involves individuals calling and
As consumers shop online during Cyber Monday and throughout the holiday season, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is encouraging them to protect their