Former city employee guilty of theft in office

TROY — A former Hobart Arena office manager on Wednesday entered a plea of guilty in court to stealing approximately $267,000 since 2017.

Agave & Rye to hire 45 employees

By Aimee Hancock

Hayner’s final Lucky Lemonade concert set

DAYTON — The Dayton Salsa Project is a fusion of diverse musicians who came together to bring local, live Latin music to the Dayton area and to serve as ambassadors of cultural diversity at local, state, and national cultural events.

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Roads closed

Drill competition raises $3K veterans’ memorial

By Matt Clevenger

Commissioners approve HR services

By Aimee Hancock

Free lunch offered to all students

TIPP CITY — Tipp City Schools is excited to offer all its students free lunch beginning on Monday, Sept. 14.

Fall brings fundraisers in village

As we move into the fall, our local Covington non-profits and organizations are finding different ways to raise funds to support their organizations. Most non-profits have struggled during this year of 2020, with the inability to raise funds in their typical manners. And many in the public certainly have had apprehension when it comes to spending disposable income. Hopefully, as things continue to improve on the virus and economic fronts, these non-profit organizations can return to more normality in 2021. But until then, they are making due as well as possible in what remains of 2020. Read on to learn more about upcoming fundraisers here in the Village of Covington.

OSP cruiser struck by a drunk driver

MIAMI COUNTY — An Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper and a Troy Police Department officer narrowly escaped injury when an apparent drunk driver careened into the trooper’s cruiser.