Troy man charged in hit/skip

TROY — The man who allegedly fled the scene of a bike accident has been arrested and charged.

Vets Museum to host dancing benefit

TROY — The Miami Valley Veterans Museum will host a professional dance performance Sunday, Oct. 25, featuring several veteran volunteers. Proceeds will benefit the MVVM capital campaign to fund the new museum location, at 2245 S. County Road 25-A, in Troy.

Area briefs

Roads to close for dedication

Foundation announces continuation of initiative

TROY — The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on nonprofit organizations has been dramatic and devastating. To quickly and directly provide Miami County’s nonprofit organizations with flexible support for immediate, pandemic-related needs, the Trustees of the Paul G. Duke Foundation have announced that grantmaking through their Targeted Acts of Kindness initiative will continue through the spring of 2021.

Daniel Cherry, 12, plays guitar and sings along with his sister Emma, 10, both of Bethel Township, perform during Saturday’s “Mum Hop” in downtown Tipp City,. The event was organized by the Downtown Tipp City Partnership.

Area briefs

Christmas help interviews planned

Piqua police reports

Information provided by the Piqua Police Department.

Eleven Edison State faculty members receive promotions

PIQUA — Edison State Community College recently announced the promotion of eleven full-time faculty members.

Donor remembers sports car days, call of duty

DAYTON — West Milton donor Daniel Hartnagel made his 100th lifetime blood donation Sept. 15 at the Community Blood Center. It was a milestone on his “Donor for Life” journey that brought back some of the best memories of his youth and some of the worst.

Marc Shreves, Kenny York, Sheldon Lucas, and Josh Williams from Classic Concrete in Troy do concrete patch work on the steps of the Miami County Courthouse on Friday as the finishing touches are completed in preparation for the October 1, re-dedication events at the Miami County Courthouse Plaza.