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Fairborn targets residents who don’t file tax returns
 Around 4,400 administrative subpoenas were recently mailed to Fairborn taxpayers who did not file a municipal income tax return for tax return years 2009-2013. “It’s something that Fairborn has done for the last 10 to 15 years,” said Debbie Billiter, revenue manager for the city of Fairborn. “It generates a lot of...

8:21 PM Sunday, Jan. 03, 2016

Around 4,400 administrative subpoenas were recently mailed to Fairborn taxpayers who did not file a municipal income tax return for tax return years 2009-2013. “It’s something that Fairborn has done for the last 10 to 15 years,” said Debbie Billiter, revenue manager for the city of Fairborn. “It generates a lot of...
Officers help mother, kids after thieves strike

5:00 AM Thursday, Dec. 24, 2015

Officers in Dayton Police’s K-9 unit spent $600 out of their own pockets to “return Christmas” to a single mother and her five children after thieves broke into their home, ransacked it and stole the family’s television. “Everything in my house, I work hard for; I bought,” said the Dayton mom, who wished...
Salvation Army $300K short of goal
 The Salvation Army needs some generous last-minute donors to reach its $1 million Red Kettle Campaign goal before it wraps up at 1 p.m. Thursday. At the start of the week, the Dayton chapter was nearly $300,000 short. “If things don’t improve here in the last week of December, as we finish up our fundraising time of the year,...

3:51 PM Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2015

The Salvation Army needs some generous last-minute donors to reach its $1 million Red Kettle Campaign goal before it wraps up at 1 p.m. Thursday. At the start of the week, the Dayton chapter was nearly $300,000 short. “If things don’t improve here in the last week of December, as we finish up our fundraising time of the year,...
FAA considers closing Dayton airport weather office

6:49 PM Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015

The Federal Aviation Administration is considering closing 57 of 136 contract weather offices across the country, including the office at Dayton International Airport. The James M. Cox Dayton International Airport’s seven weather observers have been collecting weather and climate data there for years. They then supply that information...
Huber principal placed on leave

12:38 AM Friday, Dec. 18, 2015

The principal of Valley Forge Elementary School is on administrative leave pending an investigation into “unprofessional behavior online,” Huber Heights City Schools Superintendent Susan Gunnell confirmed Thursday. Students were sent home from school this week with a letter informing parents that Larry Sussman “will be out...
Buzzed driving spikes this time of year
 Nearly 50 people in the Miami Valley died as a result of alcohol-related crashes so far in 2015, and those crashes typically spike beginning today through New Year’s Eve, according to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration. “If you feel buzzed, you’re drunk — that is a fact,” said Lt. Douglas...

12:00 AM Friday, Dec. 18, 2015

Nearly 50 people in the Miami Valley died as a result of alcohol-related crashes so far in 2015, and those crashes typically spike beginning today through New Year’s Eve, according to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration. “If you feel buzzed, you’re drunk — that is a fact,” said Lt. Douglas...
After man’s death, Huber seeks safer intersection

6:00 PM Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015

Less than a month after a Springfield man was killed at the intersection of New Carlisle Pike and State Route 4 in Huber Heights, the city’s Public Works Committee granted city engineer Russell Bergman permission to move forward with plans to make the roadway safer. “It’s always been a bad intersection,” Bergman said...
Springboro student tested for suspected mumps case
 Health officials should know by the end of the week if a Springboro High School student has mumps, an illness that can spread quickly. Springboro school parents were notified by e-mail after a student, whose name and grade have not been released, visited a doctor’s office in the city Tuesday with common mumps symptoms, including a fever...

11:53 PM Wednesday, Dec. 09, 2015

Health officials should know by the end of the week if a Springboro High School student has mumps, an illness that can spread quickly. Springboro school parents were notified by e-mail after a student, whose name and grade have not been released, visited a doctor’s office in the city Tuesday with common mumps symptoms, including a fever...
Springboro student tested for suspected mumps case
Springboro school officials on Wednesday, Dec. 9, confirmed a student at the high school in that district is being evaluated for a possible case of mumps, according to district spokesperson Karen Derosa.

11:53 PM Wednesday, Dec. 09, 2015

Springboro school officials on Wednesday, Dec. 9, confirmed a student at the high school in that district is being evaluated for a possible case of mumps, according to district spokesperson Karen Derosa.
Properties owned by ex-pastor up for sale

5:00 AM Sunday, Dec. 06, 2015

Some Huber Heights tenants were surprised to learn their homes, owned by the former pastor of St. Peter church, are going up for sale. Jamie King said her landlord, Father Earl Simone, never notified her. Instead, she got a visit from a real estate agent. “He told us the house was going up on the market and they wanted to get it sold...
Trotwood offering discounted rent to pop-up businesses
 The Trotwood Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local property owners to offer below-market leasing rates to business owners and entrepreneurs as part of a “Pop-Up Business Project” announced in an effort to revitalize the city. Deborah Smith, chairperson of the project, said the goal is to provide entrepreneurs with the opportunity...

5:00 AM Sunday, Dec. 06, 2015

The Trotwood Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local property owners to offer below-market leasing rates to business owners and entrepreneurs as part of a “Pop-Up Business Project” announced in an effort to revitalize the city. Deborah Smith, chairperson of the project, said the goal is to provide entrepreneurs with the opportunity...
Trotwood offering discounted rent to pop-up businesses
The Trotwood Chamber of Commerce hopes a new Pop-Up Business Project will help revitalize the city. The project includes offering discounted rental rates to businesses wanting to test their concepts in the market. Much of the available space is in the Consumer Square shopping center.

5:00 AM Sunday, Dec. 06, 2015

The Trotwood Chamber of Commerce hopes a new Pop-Up Business Project will help revitalize the city. The project includes offering discounted rental rates to businesses wanting to test their concepts in the market. Much of the available space is in the Consumer Square shopping center.
Trotwood offering discounted rent to pop-up businesses
The Trotwood Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local property owners to offer below-market leasing rates to business owners and entrepreneurs as part of a Pop-Up Business Project. Much of the available space is in the Consumer Square shopping center.

5:00 AM Sunday, Dec. 06, 2015

The Trotwood Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local property owners to offer below-market leasing rates to business owners and entrepreneurs as part of a Pop-Up Business Project. Much of the available space is in the Consumer Square shopping center.
Trotwood offering discounted rent to pop-up businesses
The Trotwood Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local property owners to offer below-market leasing rates to business owners and entrepreneurs as part of a Pop-Up Business Project announced in a effort to revitalize the city. Much of the available space is in the Consumer Square shopping center.

5:00 AM Sunday, Dec. 06, 2015

The Trotwood Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local property owners to offer below-market leasing rates to business owners and entrepreneurs as part of a Pop-Up Business Project announced in a effort to revitalize the city. Much of the available space is in the Consumer Square shopping center.
I-70 construction project expected to wrap up early
 A lane-widening project on Interstate 70 is expected to wrap up several months ahead of schedule, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation. Originally slated for completion in July 2017, officials now anticipate finishing the project by this time next year. “They’ve done a marvelous job of coordinating everything and...

5:00 AM Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015

A lane-widening project on Interstate 70 is expected to wrap up several months ahead of schedule, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation. Originally slated for completion in July 2017, officials now anticipate finishing the project by this time next year. “They’ve done a marvelous job of coordinating everything and...
Most deer crashes happen last three months of year

9:49 PM Friday, Nov. 20, 2015

Deer were involved in 283 auto accidents in the Miami Valley since the start of their mating season in October, according to crash statistics from the Ohio Department of Public Safety. October, November and December are the deadliest months of the year for deer. In 2014, over half of the deer related crashes in the state of Ohio occurred...
Dayton scrambles to fill teaching vacancies

12:24 AM Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015

Four months into the school year, Dayton Public Schools is trying to fill 35 teaching jobs after changes to the state teachers’ pension system gave incentive for many of its most experienced educators to retire. “This next year we’re kind of anticipating larger numbers than usual for retirement,” said Ida Nalls, associate...
Vandalia monitoring truck traffic

5:00 AM Sunday, Nov. 08, 2015

The city of Vandalia is monitoring locations throughout the city in an effort to determine the extent of and a solution to concerns about semi-truck traffic. Vandalia is home to two trucking facilities, including a 1.7 million square foot Procter & Gamble distribution center on Union Park Blvd. that employs upwards of 800 people. The second...
Huber Heights, Krickets bar reach agreement

12:59 AM Saturday, Nov. 07, 2015

A restraining order filed against Krickets Tavern in September will be dropped in favor of a settlement agreement bound by a consent decree, according to Michael Bly, attorney for the City of Huber Heights. “We are not in the business of closing down businesses in the city of Huber Heights,” Bly said Friday. “We are in the...
Krickets Tavern, Huber Heights agree on hours
 UPDATE @ 7:57 p.m.: The restraining order for Krickets Tavern will be dropped in favor of a settlement agreement bound by a consent decree, according to City Attorney Michael Bly said. “We are not in the business of closing down businesses in the city of Huber Heights,” Bly said. “We are in the business of protecting the...

8:19 AM Friday, Nov. 06, 2015

UPDATE @ 7:57 p.m.: The restraining order for Krickets Tavern will be dropped in favor of a settlement agreement bound by a consent decree, according to City Attorney Michael Bly said. “We are not in the business of closing down businesses in the city of Huber Heights,” Bly said. “We are in the business of protecting the...
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