Police investigating homicide

PIQUA — The Piqua Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred on Sunday afternoon in Piqua.

Sunday crash injures two in West Milton

WEST MILTON — Two victims remain hospitalized following a crash in West Milton on Sunday morning.

Piqua police investigate “suspicious death”

PIQUA — A man is reportedly dead and Piqua police are calling it “suspicious”.

Halloween Happening

Avery Link, 18 months, far left, along with her dad Mike, mom Lauren, and grandparents Diane and Adam, of Troy, learn about flying squirrels at Lost Creek Reserve during Saturday’s Miami County Park District Halloween Happening event.

Pranksters dump dish soap in fountain

TROY — Pranksters dumped dish soap into the new fountain on the Miami County Courthouse Plaza on Friday night.

Sheriff’s Dept. to purchase body cams

MIAMI COUNTY — After months of discussion, Sheriff Dave Duchak and Miami County Commissioners are moving forward to equip Miami County Sheriff’s deputies with body cameras.

Ohio Supreme Court Justices visit French Oil

Ohio Supreme Court Justices Sharon Kennedy, far left, and Judi French, far right, accepted an invitation from Dan French, second from left, chairman of the board and Chief Executive Officer of French Oil Mill Machinery Co. in Piqua to visit the family-owned business, learn some of the concerns facing Ohio businesses and employees, and speak about the important roll that the Ohio Supreme Court plays in our business and personal lives, during a visit to Piqua on Thursday. Also in the photo is Taylor French-Lutz, director of marketing for French Oil.

Practice makes perfect

Sarina Davis, a junior at Troy Christian High School, rehearses the Troy Christian Eagles 2020 competition show with fellow band members after school on Tuesday.

Charges approved in stolen truck case

BETHEL TOWNSHIP — The Miami County Prosecutor’s Office has approved charges on Johnathon Humble, 33, of Dayton, following an incident last week involving a stolen box truck and his subsequent arrest on State Route 571.

Hey, Abel, what is your super power?

Piqua 8th grade cross country runner Noah Burgh, left frame, dedicated Saturday’s 2020 MVL Cross Country Championship race to his friend Abel Saunders, who is five and has Down Syndrome . Not only did Burgh win the race, he set a new course record at Sidney with a time of 11:02 and led the Piqua Indians to a boys team win.