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Lourdes Earns WHAC Sweep at Cornerstone
Lourdes University went on the road Saturday afternoon and posted a pair of one-run victories over Cornerstone, defeating the Golden Eagles 5-4 and 4-3 at DeWitt Field in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Centerville celebrates Arbor Day
Dozens of local elementary students took up their shovels and got in touch with mother nature for Arbor Day, the holiday that urges people to plant trees and to celebrate their environments.
Milano's eyes fifth location
One of Dayton's top pizza chains has its eye on a fifth store in the Dayton region.
Three Dayton-area high schools among America's most challenging
Three Dayton-area high schools have made the list of the 1,900 most-challenging in America, according to the Washington Post.
Centerville fashion boutique to close
A Centerville business owner is closing her store in order to travel the world. Debbie Teeters, owner of Joli Boutique at 27 W. Franklin St. in downtown Centerville, announced on Facebook on Thursday she will close her store Oct. 2 to pursue her passion for travel and experiencing the world.
Baseball Falls at Home to Rochester 6-3
On a cold, windy Saturday afternoon with snow flurries falling at first pitch, Lourdes University's baseball team dropped a 6-3 contest to Rochester at Mercy Field.
The Jersey Journal
New Providence resident is winner in International Bombeck Competition
Dayton Daily News columnist Mary McCarty will emcee the 2014 Erma Bombeck Writing Competition ceremony, which will be held at 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 9, at the Centerville Public Library, 111 W. Spring Valley Rd., in Centerville, Ohio.
Centerville IT firm names new president
Quanexus is bolstering its executive ranks. Terry Watson has been promoted to president and Jason Bacher has been elevated to operations manager, the Centerville-based IT firm announced Thursday.
a oeIta s not Centerville,a residents petition housing development
Residents protest a new development they believe would change the atmosphere of their neighborhood, and bring more traffic to the area.