Tentative agreement reached
Volunteers recognized at school board meeting
Wayne rallies to upend Northmont
UPDATE:Shooting suspect believed to be dead
Man shoots at police before shooting himself
- Tentative agreement reached - 4:39 pm
- Volunteers recognized at school board meeting - 1:38 pm
- Police reports from Northmont area law enforcement agencies - 10:52 pm
- UPDATE:Shooting suspect believed to be dead - 6:15 pm
- Man shoots at police before shooting himself - 3:37 pm updated: 6:16 pm.
- Rotary making plans for annual auction - 3:36 pm
- Historic Photo of the Month - 6:39 pm
- Englewood Police investigating rape allegation - 10:41 am
- ‘Brave’ teaching series to begin - 7:05 am
- Police reports from Northmont area law enforcement agencies - 2:40 pm
- Boerger makes 300th donation - 2:38 pm
- City Beautiful Award winners - 12:20 pm
- Friendship Village to hold Fall Bazaar - 5:00 pm
- Free shred day at Incenta Credit Union - 2:16 pm
- All Community Interfaith Choir seeks members - 3:48 pm
- Union objects to Dayton annexations - 1:56 am
- Police reports from Northmont area law enforcement agencies - 1:51 am
- Specialty Contractors Coalition supports Henne - 2:21 pm
- Picnic in the Park brings unexpected blessings - 5:44 pm
- Salem Church team provides medical care - 4:07 pm
- Randolph Class of 1946 holds 70th reunion - 1:34 pm
- Northmont Football Hall of Fame inductees - 8:21 pm updated: 10:34 pm.
- Clayton to host upcoming events - 12:34 pm
- NJROTC to host Open House and Military Ball - 6:38 am
- Antiques in the Woods slated for Sept. 10 & 11 - 4:12 pm
- Police reports from Northmont area law enforcement agencies - 11:01 am
- Football Hall of Fame ceremony set for Friday - 11:01 am
- Aullwood announces September calendar of events - 2:51 pm
- Local equestrians receive prestigious award - 12:34 pm
- Historic Photo of the Month - 12:11 pm
- City amends tax collection ordinance - 3:27 pm
- AWANA offered at Union Baptist - 3:06 pm
- Council imposes moratorium for medical marijuana - 3:37 pm
- Union opposes Dayton annexation - 1:25 pm
- Krishers win City Beautiful Award - 5:43 pm
- Union moves to annex 500+ acres of Butler Township - 5:28 pm
- Feller’s going out of business - 5:16 pm
- Woman to speak about wartime experiences - 4:55 pm
- Free community breakfast offered at Concord - 4:11 pm
- Fairview Brethren blood drive is Aug. 29 - 2:08 pm
- Clayton increases purchase order - 3:17 pm
- Local teacher selected for national workshop - 12:07 pm
- City to collect delinquent fees - 5:29 pm
- Police reports from Northmont area law enforcement agencies - 8:07 pm
- Dayton Concours d’Elegance is Sept. 18 - 4:13 pm
- Hale-Sarver announces addition - 5:35 pm
- Band Boosters to host ice cream social - 1:35 pm
- Thomas welcomed as new superintendent - 1:45 pm
- Residents needed to serve on boards - 1:12 pm
- DP & L resumes appliance recycling program - 3:20 pm
Police reports from Northmont area law enforcement agencies
The following information has been provided by Northmont area police departments. The information listed in this column is considered public record an...
Boerger makes 300th donation
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Friendship Village to hold Fall Bazaar
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Free shred day at Incenta Credit Union
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