SICSA Shares Town & Country Furniture Pets of the Week
SICSA Shares Town & Country Furniture Pets of the …
Ramadan begins world wide, Muslims begin fasting …
March 22nd was the first day of Ramadan, with the fasting beginning March 23rd.
Ramadan is a Muslim holy month that will be observed all around the world for the next 30 days.
Man charged with burglary after OSU restroom incident
Police have a suspect in custody after an incident at Ohio State University.
Tipp City Board of Education approves new superintendent
Today, the contract with Aaron Moran was unanimously approved by the board on Monday, March 20. The three-year contract will begin on August 1 and will expire on July 31, 2026.
Hall Hunger pushes for homegrown food in Dayton
Growing more healthy food right here in the Miami Valley, Hall Hunger is supporting local growers. The Dayton-based organization advocated for greater food independence at Edgemont Solar Gardens.
Washington Township home damaged by fallen tree
Severe storm winds caused a tree to fall on top of a Washington Township home on Friday, causing heavy destruction.
Dayton police officer under investigation by Ohio …
Authorities have released the name of the Dayton police officer who is under investigation by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation. Sergeant Joseph Setty is on paid administrative lead following allegations of misconduct.
Zaden McKnight still missing 9 years later
March 2023 makes exactly nine years since a boy from Dayton was last seen.
Homelessness on the rise in Montgomery County
The number of people without homes is rising in Montgomery County, and according to recent data, many of those people are without shelter at all.
March is National Athletic Training Month, and two Kettering Health athletic trainers are being credited for saving a Stebbins High School student's life.
New bill limits social media use in Ohio
A new state law may be into effect this summer that tightens restrictions on social media use. Utah has become the first state to pass legislation limiting teen access to social media, and Ohio has a similar bill in the works.
Hamburger Wagon bringing business since 1913 Flood
A little wagon has been bringing in big business for more than 110 years. The Hamburger Wagon is just as historic as downtown Miamisburg.