by Robin Gee Music on the Avenue, Bellevue’s premiere music series, kicks off its 18th season on Friday, February 3, with a performance by the Cincinnati Children’s Choir, one of the leading […]
by Robin Gee Five Questions Friday: Mrs. Teapots January is “Hot Tea Month,” according to the Tea Council of the USA. Winter seems the perfect season for a warm cup, a cozy […]
by Robin Gee Tell your story about life in Dayton at the re-dedication of the Dayton Heritage Museum on Saturday, January 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The museum is located […]
by Jennifer Sierra Meet your new reporter, Robin Gee. I am sure the towns of Dayton and Bellevue will make Ms. Gee feel as welcome as they did me. Robin has a […]
Over two years ago, I started The Bellevue Dayton Sun online newspaper (a.k.a/ bdsunky.com) in an effort to keep residents of Dayton and Bellevue informed about the issues that big news agencies won’t be able to cover. It was also my goal to bring the two communities of same size and demographic closer so they could learn from each other and to provide a stable and reliable information outlet that didn’t rely on social media gossip and hearsay around town.
by Robin Gee In a heartfelt letter to students, staff and the Bellevue community, Bellevue High School and Middle School Principal Dave Eckstein announced he will be stepping down from his position […]
by Robin Gee The new Habitat for Humanity Restore location opened in mid-November on 6th Street in Bellevue. It’s the largest of five such stores in the Greater Cincinnati region and offers […]