DAYTON — Muse Machine Board of Trustees Chair Ira H. Thomsen announces the retirement of Mary Campbell Zopf as executive director after an eight-year tenure, effective July 10.
URBANA — As a mission-based organization, Mercy Health has a continued commitment to the health and wellbeing of the patients and communities it serves.
GREENVILLE — EverHeart Hospice welcomes Allie Paul, PRN Licensed Practical Nurse; and McKensey Seckel, Accounts Receivable, to the care team.
DAYTON — The Downtown Dayton Partnership (DDP), along with its small business development partners, is inviting business owners to apply to the Retail Lab small business accelerator program, presented by Fifth Third Bank.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Alex Padilla (D-CA) introduced the Fairness for Farm Workers Act, legislation to update the nation’s labor laws to ensure farm workers receive fair wages and compensation.
PIQUA — Beginning this week, First Choice Waste Removal customers will be picked up by Rumpke Waste & Recycling.
PIQUA – Hartzell Propeller has received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to replace Diamond DA40 NG MT wood/composite propellers with new and higher performance 3-bladed lightweight Polaris composite props. The 74-inch diameter, three-blade ASCII carbon fiber prop for the Austro Engine E4-A features a lightweight Bantam aluminum hub and a 2,400-hour, six-year time between overhaul (TBO), with Hartzell’s warranty through the first overhaul.
For the Miami Valley Today
By Kathy Henne