SIDNEY, Ohio (WDTN) - Both presidential candidates continue to blaze a trail through the swing state of Ohio.
Republican nominee Mitt Romney made a stop in Sidney Wednesday evening to talk about the economy with Shelby County farmers. Agriculture is the largest industry in Shelby County.
He also stressed the importance of job creation in Ohio. The Sidney stop comes on a second day of campaigning in Ohio for Romney.
He started his day Wednesday in Mt. Vernon, Ohio at a town hall meeting. He told the crowd that his "whole passion is about helping the American people who are struggling right now."
Romney is now scheduled to make an appearance in Lebanon on Saturday, October 13 outside of the Golden Lamb restaurant, a popular spot for candidates and presidents alike.
Meanwhile, President Barack Obama took a break from campaigning Wednesday the day after a campaign stop at The Ohio State University.
Be sure to watch 2 NEWS Mark Allan's complete coverage from Sidney on 2 NEWS at 10 on Dayton's CW and 2 NEWS at 11.
Riverside residents met with the Ohio EPA and Ohio Department of Health after concerns of toxic chemicals could be polluting their homes.
The Darke County Sheriff's Office was busy responding to several weather-related crashes Tuesday night. Deputies say many of the main roads are clear but most of the secondary streets are caked in ice and snow.
2 NEWS has confirmed Deb Piotrowski will leave her position with Xenia Community Schools.
Bobby Smith, 20, of Miami Township was found dead in front of an apartment building in the 1300 block of Camphill Way around 12:15 a.m.
A plan to build a $22-million dollar sports complex next door to the new music center was approved at Tuesday night's Huber Heights City Planning Commission meeting.