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Bluffton University to present fall play BLUFFTON - Bluffton University will present its fall play, "Arsenic and Old Lace," at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 31 to Nov. 2 and 2:30 p.m. Nov. 3 in College Hall's Ramseyer Auditorium. Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors, university staff and non-university students, and free for Bluffton University students.

Fall health fair set at Minster YMCA MINSTER — There will be fall health fair from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Auglaize-Mercer Counties YMCA, 4075 Wuebker Road, Minster.The hea.

Listen to this week's LimaScores.com Buckeyes podcast David and Jim look ahead to Ohio State's rare Friday night matchup at Northwestern.

Get This: Iowa man finds 5 inches of animal blood flooding basement BAGLEY, Iowa - Blood may be thicker than water, but it'll still flood your basement. Nick Lestina found this out the hard way two weeks ago when he discovered 5 inches of blood, fat and other animal tissue flooding his family's basement in Bagley, which is about 45 miles northwest of Des Moines.

Maumee mayoral race pits rivals against each other Small town mayoral races are often contested between two people with different approaches to accomplish similar goals, and who carry no personal animosity…

Driver runs from scene of crash, leaves injured passenger behind Scanner traffic initially indicated that the crash involved one person being trapped in the car. Police on scene clarified that this was because the car crashed up against a railing, keeping the right-side doors from opening. A woman in the front passenger seat hurt her leg, so could not escape the car easily.

Cloudy with a Chance of Podcast: Fighting Fire in a Drought This week on Cloudy with a Chance of Podcast, meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs and Kirstie Zontini sit down with Sugarcreek Township Fire Chief Jeff Leaming to discuss the challenges his firefighters face dealing with fire and drought.

Cold to start day; Frost Advisory in effect for most of Miami Valley Highs will be around 60 which is still cooler than normal. Temperatures will drop through the 50s during tonight's football games. >>Winter Outlook: Big swings in temperatures, precipitation. Saturday: We will see a beautiful start to the weekend!

WSU’s next president faces challenges Cheryl Schrader, the seventh president at Wright State in its 52-year history, announced Tuesday that she plans to step down Dec. 31, two and half years into her five-year contract. The university and members of Wright State's board of trustees have declined to comment publicly on how they will replace Schrader.

Architect disputes Dayton schools on renovation problems As headquarters costs rise, DPS blames Pinnacle Architects. But company says DPS directed them to use outdated information to save money.

Fugitive accused of kidnapping, human trafficking, rape now in Montgomery County Jail Pascal Lamont Williams, 46, is accused along with another man of holding four women against their will for months, forcing them to engage in sex acts both on himself and other people. PREVIOUS COVERAGE: Local human trafficking fugitive captured in California.

The outcry over deaths on Amazon's warehouse floor The incident is among the latest in a series of accidents and fatalities that have led to Amazon's inclusion on the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health's 2019 Dirty Dozen list of the most dangerous employers in the United States.

Demolition funds drying up, but Dayton gets a big boost at end A program that has demolished more than 850 homes in Dayton is coming to an end, but the city expects to get a significant boost before the deadline because of a gamble by the local land bank.

Leaf collection returns to Dayton for first time in years Dayton stopped collecting leaves curbside in 2010 because of money problems, but the service begins again this year.

Students killed in crash studied welding together at career center Friends, family are grieving the loss of two students at the Greene County Career Center, where the teenagers were known to be courteous and helpful.

Daily Log: 10/18 Charles Hospital Amy and Brian Gerrier, Oregon, boy, Oct. 14. Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center Katelynn and David Motter, Toledo, boy,…

Pumpkin Chuck ready to launch its annual event near Air Force museum The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s 15th annual Pumpkin Chuck will be from 11 a.m.

Youngest rider ever joins in final Blue Streak ride of 2019 Josh Bozue of Fairborn won his 14th consecutive Blue Streak time trial that afternoon, covering the 10 miles in just 21:02 for a blazing 28.5 mph average. Bozue has won all Blue Streak Time Trials in 2018 and 2019. Thank you for reading the Dayton Daily News and for supporting local journalism.

Boys soccer: Shawnee heads to districts SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP - Upper Sandusky packed it in on the defensive end and hoped for the best. That strategy worked for about five minutes. Shawnee's passing game then took hold and carved the Rams to bits in a 9-0 victory to win the Division II boys soccer sectional championship Thursday at Shawnee High School.

Event at United Way puts focus on men supporting women in workplace Women of Toledo, in partnership with United Way of Greater Toledo, is hosting a Women’s Economic Empowerment Luncheon with the focus on the #HeForShe…

College football: Ohio State should dominate struggling Northwestern offense Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz, now in his 21st season as the Hawkeyes coach, is currently the Big Ten football coach who has held his job the longest. But Northwestern's Pat Fitzgerald looks like he could go far beyond whatever the 64-year-old Ferentz's final total is when he decides to retire.

Men's college basketball: Ohio State's Wesson keeps weight off COLUMBUS - When Kaleb Wesson showed up on Ohio State's campus in the summer of 2017, he was listed at 6-foot-9, 290 pounds. He was a four-star, homegrown recruited rated as the No. 75 overall player and No. 6 center in the country. His game and body had remanence of former Buckeye standout Jared Sullinger.

Wood County presents Spirit awards Nov. 3 BOWLING GREEN — The Spirit of Wood County Awards will be presented at 2 p.m. Nov. 3 by the Wood County commissioners at the Alvin L. Perkins Atrium in the…

Humane Society hosts feline adoption special The Toledo Area Humane Society is offering a $5 adoption special on cats and kittens to combat a recent influx of felines. The special runs Thursday…

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