PIQUA — The Adult Division of Upper Valley Career Center has launched a new Welding Fabrication and Allied Processes program in an effort to enhance the skills of the local workforce and meet the high demand for welders in the manufacturing region.
TROY — The SCOUT® wire-free radar localization system, which can improve precision and ease some of the anxiety of breast cancer surgery, is now in use at Upper Valley Medical Center.
Brett Wagner, president of Wagner Metals Roofing and Remodeling, cuts the ribbon at a ribbon-cutting ceremony the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce held on Friday for the business’s new location at 2 E. West Street in Troy.
PIQUA — Following an extensive search, Edison State Community College is pleased to welcome Dr. Andy Runyan of Troy as Dean of Professional and Technical Programs to the College’s academic leadership team. Runyan officially began in his role as dean on July 1.
COVINGTON — Faster broadband is now available from Kinetic by Windstream.
You’re preparing to sell your home, and you’ve taken all the right steps. You’ve contacted an experienced agent to represent you and to market your home, taken care of needed repairs, cleaned up the yard, and given your home the “white glove” treatment. How else can you attract a good offer?
When you’re buying a home, who do you think is the most important person in the transaction? YOU, of course! That doesn’t mean you won’t need experienced professionals for guidance and assistance.
Both homeowners and real estate agents are best served when a home sells quickly for a good price. There are many steps both parties can take to achieve that goal, and a recent trend is proving its value: whether the local market is hot or cool, statistics reveal that a “Staged” home will sell faster and for a higher price.
There are three little words that can make buyers very anxious: Offer To Purchase. However, there need not be any mystery or fear attached to that phrase. With an experienced professional guiding the process, feelings of trepidation can quickly turn to excitement and enthusiasm.
When you purchase an automobile, what’s the first thing you take care of before driving around town? You’ve got to get insurance, of course. It’s no different when you’re ready to buy a home, but you have some more insurance options.