MIAMI COUNTY — Statistics show an increase in diagnosed mental illnesses, and with suicide remaining the second leading cause of death for teens and young adults, more schools are getting staff — and even students — trained in how to respond to someone who may be in a mental health crisis.
Lindsey Lousie Metz, 32, of 1616 Broadway, Piqua to Brett Michael Roth, 48, of same address.
CHRISTIANSBURG — Assistant Chief Mike Sullenberger of the Christiansburg Fire Company recently retired from his position after 51 years with the department.
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PIQUA — The following students have been named to the honor roll at Piqua Catholic School for the second quarter:
TROY – ARKHOUSE Co., a quintessential small-town mercantile with modern flair, recently opened at 233 South Market Street in Troy. The new store will sell home goods, jewelry and accessories with uplifting, Christian messages. Gift wrap and stationery products will give shoppers a one-stop place to create a meaningful gift.
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) announced a new $2 million safety grant program today to assist employers in purchasing equipment to protect their workers while working in trenching and excavating situations.
TROY — The Wound Care Center and Hyperbaric Services at Upper Valley Medical Center (UVMC) is introducing advanced vein services provided through Healogics VeinCare.