A “World House Party” in Dayton honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., while also inspiring young people to create positive chan…
Cody’s Caring Clothing Charity held a give away in New Lebanon Saturday.
People can meet dozens of home improvement specialists, visit hundreds of displays, attend free seminars, and do-it-yourself demonstrations.
A blood drive was held from 9 a.m. until noon at St. Matthew Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall located at 5566 Chambersburg Road.
Workers said a man walked into the store and asked where the deodorant and baby powder were. They said he retrieved the items, walked to the…
Police responded to the 1400 block of Rosemont Boulevard after 11 p.m. Friday on reports of a stabbing.
It happened around 10 a.m. at the intersection of North Dixie Drive and Little York Road.
The crash happened at South Dixie Drive and Stroop Road around 9 a.m. Saturday.
Just 15 days into the new year, Thursday’s homicide marks Dayton’s first for 2016.
Residents in the affected area may resume normal use of the water, according to Environmental Services officials.
According to officials here at Fuyao, they’re right on track with what they set out to do almost two years ago.
Whooping cough outbreaks across the country have health officials here at home urging people to get vaccinated.
A passerby reported the fire in the 8700 block of Boomershine Road just after 11 Wednesday night.
For whoever’s numbers get called in Wednesday night’s drawing, LifePlan Financial Group president, Tyrone Phillippi has some advice.
Montgomery County Commissioners praised the program for being able to help businesses reduce energy costs and help the local environment.
With two days of extreme cold and two days of warmth to come, City of dayton public works director, Fred Stovall knows what to expect.
Wednesday morning’s frigid temperatures caused several school delays and even closures. DPS says several parents have asked them on social m…