A child abuse awareness event will be held in Riverside, with proceeds donated to Dayton Children’s. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 7, at Shellabarger Park, 5800 Burkhardt Road. RIVERSIDE: Two schools made football rivalry bet, and many are going to win“We want to be about awareness for all children,” said Ashley Ferguson, the event’s organizer. “There are children being beat today that we’re still losing.
DAYTON, Ohio — Emergency room nurse Maria Striemer witnessed a child nearly die in her care after being left in a hot car. Jolted by the experience, she set out find a way to make sure routine car trips don’t end at the ER. Working with her husband, Grant, Striemer invented and patented the result: The Backseet Buddy. “I’m the nursing side of it and he’s the engineer,” said Maria Striemer, of Fairfield Twp., Ohio.
The Centerville-Washington Park District would be interested exploring an acquisition of the former Hithergreen Center for use as a park, but is uninterested in the cost of tearing down the existing building on the land, the district’s director told the Dayton Daily News. Washington Twp.’s trustees voted this month to approve a rezoning of the township-owned land at 5900 Hithergreen Drive as part of a deal to sell the land for $250,000 to developer Tom Peebles.
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