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.
Kentucky Senate Bill 180, which puts the religious freedom of merchants ahead of the sexual orientation of customers, is going to be reintroduced by Senator Albert Robinson of London, Kentucky. In
by Robin Gee During the Fairfield Avenue Christmas Walk in Bellevue, Kentucky shoppers can meet the author and learn more about a new holiday-themed book that celebrates Christmas in Kentucky. Local author […]
by Jennifer Sierra Cincinnati Asian business people have gathered to form a new networking group called Cincinnati Asian Business Network (CABN). They are inviting local Asian business owners, professionals and community leaders […]
by Jennifer Sierra The election is coming up on Tuesday and earlier this summer The Bellevue Dayton Sun sat down with the candidates in Bellevue and Dayton that were running for city […]
by Jennifer Sierra Newport, Kentucky wants artists as vendors in their first annual Harvest the Arts Festival. The festival is on 10/8/16 from 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Located on 8th and […]