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​​Fishy classes at Warren County Career Center

daytondailynews.com — By Lisa Knodel Contributing Writer LEBANON - Warren County Career Center students are skipping the soil and using fish waste to grow vegetables. The high school juniors and seniors in Karl Flem's biotechnology and environmental science classes have constructed and are maintaining an aquaponics system.

​​Woman opens Etselle in Waynesville

daytondailynews.com — By Beth Anspach Contributing Writer Connected to the Waynesville Antique Mall is a small shop with a new concept that customers may find unique. Etselle opened on March 1 of this year and owner Lauren Lepley, a University of Cincinnati graduate, was inspired by fashion, color and buying and selling.

Cueto pitches Reds by Pirates 4-1

daytondailynews.com — By WILL GRAVES The Associated Press PITTSBURGH - Johnny Cueto tossed his second three-hitter against the Pittsburgh in a week and the Cincinnati Reds eased past the struggling Pirates 4-1 on Tuesday night. Cueto (2-2) struck out four and walked three while running his career-long scoreless streak to 21 innings before giving up a home run to Andrew McCutchen with one out in the ninth.

Neighbors fighting planned Centerville development

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer CENTERVILLE - A final vote on a much-debated new housing development off Alex-Bell Road could come in less than three weeks, city officials said one day after dozens of people attended a nearly four-hour meeting to air their views.

Waynesville removed from fiscal emergency status

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer Ohio Auditor of State Dave Yost released the village of Waynesville from fiscal emergency Tuesday, ending six years of state oversight of the local government. The village was placed in fiscal emergency on April 15, 2008, due to deficit fund balances in five funds totaling more than $233,000.

County hosting weekly children’s camps

daytondailynews.com — By Staff Staff Greene County - The Greene County Parks & Trails is hosting a series of "Nature on the Go" camps this summer for children ages 7 years old and older. Children should take a healthy lunch and water bottle each day. Water and restroom facilities are available at all camps.

Hal: Reds blow late lead

daytondailynews.com — One thing J.J. Hoover has not been able to do this season is sweep things up for the Cincinnati Reds late in games.