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Seeking to create a designated outdoor refreshment area (DORA), the city of Piqua has started an application process that may end up going to the state for approval.
The city of Piqua is planning a no-holds barred 4th of July celebration this year with first-class entertainment options on the main stage.
Piqua Community Farmers Market will be opening soon, and a brand new Downtown Calendar of Events summer offering is on the horizon.
Earlier in April, the decision was made to not hold the annual Troy Strawberry Festival this year, but the events board of directors has recently announced that the Strawberry Jam celebration will still take place.
Edison State Community College has stated that tuition will be waived for 2021 high school graduates who qualify, regardless of whether they will be attending classes in person or online.
Piquas dog-owning residents, as well as others in Montgomery County, can hold onto their money a little longer due to the license deadline being moved back several months.
Edible Garden has recently announced it signed a Letter of Intent that will enable it to meet the increased demand for its products in the Midwest.
The City of Piqua has decided to show 2020 the door in style, while bringing in the long-awaited 2021 with a one-time-only firework show.
Piquas annual Christmas Parade will be held this year, but the format will be a little different to previous years.
Piqua residents working at the Miami County Courthouse, or those who are there to conduct business, will now be able to enjoy the completed and recently dedicated $3.6m courthouse plaza.