United Way of Troy campaign leaders asked supporters Dec. 2 to spread the word that this year’s funding campaign is “running a little short.”
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
Troy police investigators said it would take time to sort through documents and computers seized with a search warrant executed Nov. 23 at the offices
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
Prison terms were ordered Monday, Nov. 28, for two Troy residents who police said made marijuana and hashish edibles.
Troy police said they seized the
Residents need to beware when taking calls on home or cell phones this holiday season. One of the latest scams involves individuals calling and
The Miami County commissioners Nov. 17 approved the county Title XX subgrant agreements with social services agencies from across the county. The