By Melody Vallieu
Utility grants available
TROY — Troy City Schools presented its first look of what the 2020-2021 school year may look like at its regular board of education meeting on Monday.
GREENVILLE — It would be easy for Ron Anthony to be bitter at what life has thrown at him.
TROY — The Lincoln Community Center will hold its ninth annual Back to School Bash on Sunday, Aug. 16. This is an event designed to ensure that students have the materials they need for a successful start to a new school year.
PIQUA — Information is provided by the Piqua Police Department.
TROY — The Troy Foundation approved grants totaling $166,184.91 to 15 organizations during its regular June meeting. These grants will be used in support of the foundation’s mission to improve the quality of life for the community by connecting donors to charitable causes for a better tomorrow.
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Development Services Agency and Miami County Community Action Council (CAC) has recently begun to help income-eligible Ohioans maintain their utility service through the Home Energy Assistance Summer Crisis Program.
TROY — To provide direct assistance to safety net nonprofits as they cope with the health, social, and economic crises associated with the coronavirus pandemic, the trustees of the Paul G. Duke Foundation have created the Targeted Acts of Kindness initiative. With the first Targeted Acts of Kindness grants just approved, the Duke Foundation is now distributing over $150,000 for nine key organizations offering crucial services for residents of Miami County.
For Miami Valley Today