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City of Piqua
April 18, 2014: City of Piqua Recognized as a Tree City USA
City of Piqua Recognized as a Tree City USA - Program Recognizes Communities Committed to Urban Tree Care and Planting Programs On April 11, 2014, the Arbor Day Foundation recognized 39 Southwest Ohio cities, villages, and townships as Tree City USA communities.
Ohio lawmakers look to improve vicious dog law
Ohio lawmakers are planning to introduce bipartisan legislation aimed at strengthening the state's vicious dog law, following the mauling death of a Dayton woman by two dogs in front of her home.
New law opens window to adoptees' family history
Greg Burnham was born in Toledo Hospital and adopted as an infant, finding himself living on the opposite side of the chain-link fence from the now demolished Miami Children's Home, where he spent the first days of his life.
This Week Community News
Meijer, other businesses have job openings
Meijer's announcement that it will hire 270 people to staff its new Marysville store is the latest in a series of good news on the local jobs front.
Tipp City Invitational on Saturday, April 5th
We have two disc and shot circles. Warm-up for flights 2 on will warm-up on the secondary circles.
Preble County gets $875K for fairgrounds improvements
The Preble County Fairgrounds is on track to receive $875,000 from the state of Ohio for capital improvements.
Trucker taken to hospital after crash
A truck dumped its load of small, metal objects after a roll-over accident Tuesday morning at the intersection of U.S. 250 and West Ohio 113.
Scrap metal hauler crashes, closed SR 113/US 250Scrap metal hauler...
A commercial vehicle hauling scrap metal rolled over this morning and shut down US 250 northbound at SR 113 west.
OSP pursuit ends in Dayton
Around 3:00a.m. Saturday morning, the Piqua post of the Ohio State Patrol spotted a SUV traveling northbound on I-75 with no tail lights.