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A dalmation keeps watch over a team of horses from the Express Clydesdales. The team took  part in the 15th annual Holiday in the City which drew a crowd to downtown Springfield Saturday. The event, which featured strolling carolers, carriage rides and activities for children concluded with the Grand Illumination and a fireworks display.  LISA POWELL / STAFF

Holiday in the City 2013

The 15th Holiday in the City was held Saturday in downtown Springfield, providing a festive atmosphere for those in search of some holiday fun.

E.L. Hubbard photography
Hamilton's Robbie Parker, top, defeats Fairfield's Logan Kolas in the 285 lb. weight class to be the only Hamilton wrestler to defeat a Fairfield wrestler during their State Duals Wrestling meet at Fairfield Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013.

Fairfield duel wrestling meet

High School Sports results for Jan. 19

BOYS BASKETBALL Saturday’s Results Catholic Central 59, Cedarville 53 Springfield 55, Meadowdale 45 Urbana 66, Ben Logan 43 Versailles 52, Tippecanoe 40   FLYIN’ TO THE HOOP SCHEDULE All games at Kettering Trent Arena Friday Game 1: Findlay Prep (Nev.) 71, Thurgood Marshall 47 Game 2: La Lumiere (Ind.) 46, ...

Christmas Past in the Miami Valley

Car crashes through Beavercreek home just after 8p.m. on Sunday  evening causing extensive structural damage, fire personnel and tow truck operators host a 2008 Ford Focus from the family room at 1789 N. Central Ave. where the operator lost control veering off  the roadway crashing through the front of the home then coming to rest in the family room destroying a Christmas tree and gifts, and at which point the occupants fled the scene on foot.  One male resident was home at the time of the crash and fire crews extricated him  out of the structure. The family of three were not allowed to go back into the structure and would stay with family members. Beavercreek police stated that the operator and passenger were located about one block away and charges are pending to the investigation 
Contributed Photo by Charles Caperton

Car damages Beavercreek home

Area fighters boxing to benefit vets

Beavercreek's quarterback Michael Berry rushes for yardage with Springfield's linebacker Davonte James (2) and defensive back Marlon Nunn (4) close in for the tackle Friday evening at Frank Zink Field in Beavercreek
Contributed Photo by Charles Caperton

Beavercreek vs. Springfield Football

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Traveling Wall leaves the Wright State University Nutter Center under escort by the Patriot Guard Riders motorcycle club while passing under crossed aerial ladders from Wright Patterson AFB and the City of Fairborn fire departments, the memorial wall will be on display at the Greene County Fairgrounds.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Traveling Wall leaves WSU

Singer-songwriters to bring a set list of spontaneity

Many performers play for an audience. Singer-songwriters Susan Werner and David Wilcox prefer to have a conversation with theirs through song. It should be like “a good night out with a great friend,” said Werner, who with Wilcox opens the first Club Kuss event of the season at the Clark ...

The Sports and Fitness Expo Friday was well attended as people arrived to pick up their racing bibs at the Nutter Ctr.. The Greene County Convention & Visitors Bureau estimates that the economic impact of this weekend’s Air Force Marathon festivities to the region will be $12.7 million, with Fairborn and Beavercreek the two cities that benefit the most.More than 30,000 runners and supporters from all 50 states and 20 countries are in town this weekend for the Air Force Marathon, which starts and ends  at the National Museum of the United States Air Force. An after-party is scheduled saturday at The Greene, capping off a three-day event that also included the Sports and Fitness Expo Thursday and Friday at the Nutter Center, a 5K race Friday night, and a half marathon and 10K saturday.“A $12.7 million impact in three days is a significant piece of business with us, ” said Allen Stebelton, sales manager for the GCCVB.

Air Force Marathon Sports and Fitness Expo

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