Eric Schwartzberg, Dayton Daily News

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Kings Island emerges from pandemic resilient, ready to build on 50-year legacy

Kings Island is emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic resilient and ready to build on its five-decade legacy → Read More

Moraine to embark on $1.6 million road project on major corridor

Moraine will soon embark on a project to fix Dryden Road from Kreitzer Road to the Great Miami River. → Read More

Spintech opens new Miamisburg facility, completes move from Xenia

Spintech Holdings has completed its move from Xenia to a larger facility in Miamisburg. → Read More

Tell us what makes Kings Island memorable for you

We want to hear about your favorite memories of Kings Island ahead of its 50th anniversary season this year → Read More

New comprehensive plan to serve as guide to Miami Twp. staff, elected officials

Miami Twp. recently approved a plan to control what future development looks like in the growing community. → Read More

Rising airfares: Compare average ticket prices at Ohio’s airports

Airfare prices in February were 5% higher compared to 2019 levels, according to Adobe Digital Economy Index. → Read More

Moraine to crack down on illegal parking on city streets

MORAINE ― Parking certain types of vehicles in Moraine will now get you ticketed. → Read More

Miamisburg bridge in poor condition, to be rehabbed this year

Ninth Street Bridge will be closed between 60 and 90 days during construction → Read More

Local lawmaker seeks temporary repeal of state gas tax, some fees

Huffman says federal infrastructure money could take its place; DeWine rep says that’s not wise → Read More

Comic book, coffee shop set to debut in revived downtown Miamisburg building

A new shop combining comic books and coffee is set to open next month in a century-old downtown Miamisburg building after a year-and-a-half of extensive renovations. → Read More

Home sales over $700,000 tripled locally from 2019 to 2021

Prices rise, inventory shrinks, as luxury home market soars locally → Read More

Despite Super Bowl loss, local Bengals fans ‘can’t wait to see what comes next’

Fans hope young core of team can produce multi-year run of success → Read More

West Carrollton approves license plate reader agreement

WEST CARROLLTON —West Carrollton will soon install license plate readers in the city to help reduce crime, the city’s police chief said. → Read More

Organization offers Bengals ‘Who Dey-ton’ Super Bowl watch party today

A Dayton organization is slated to throw a Who Dey-ton! Watch Party, a gathering billed as “the largest viewing party” in the city. → Read More

Middletown man arrested for allegedly shooting at trooper’s cruiser, another car in Warren County

The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Lebanon Post is investigating an incident involving a shot allegedly being fired at an on-duty trooper early Sunday morning in Warren County. → Read More

Man taken to hospital after stabbing in Dayton

A man has been taken to the hospital after being stabbed in Dayton on Saturday night. → Read More

Bengals fans: ‘Whole communities coming together over this team’

Longtime Bengals fans across the region say they’re pumped for the team’s first trip to the Super Bowl in 33 years and ready to shout “Who Dey” following another victory. → Read More

Area businesses buoyed by Bengals success

Business is booming for local retailers selling Cincinnati Bengals merchandise or food-based establishments offering a delicious way to watch them play. → Read More

Sticking with childhood vow paying off for longtime area Bengals fan

Astrid Whitfield remembers the exact day she became an avid Cincinnati Bengals fan. → Read More

Bengals fans from the ground floor: Area brothers taking trip to Super Bowl

John and Tom Kavanaugh got in on the ground floor of being Bengals fans. → Read More