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Shoppers express feeling safe despite mall incidents
 Dayton-area shoppers said they felt safe shopping Tuesday despite a string of violent incidents at malls across the nation — including a disturbance that drew a pepper spray response from police at a suburban Cleveland mall. Local mall management said they work with police to ensure shopper safety and police added their emergency response...

10:43 PM Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2016

Dayton-area shoppers said they felt safe shopping Tuesday despite a string of violent incidents at malls across the nation — including a disturbance that drew a pepper spray response from police at a suburban Cleveland mall. Local mall management said they work with police to ensure shopper safety and police added their emergency response...
Bellbrook historical home demolished
Bellbrook’s oldest brick home is being demolished in favor of an upscale housing community during the city’s bi-centennial, Nov. 1, 2016. MALIK PERKINS/STAFF

9:17 PM Wednesday, Nov. 02, 2016

Bellbrook’s oldest brick home is being demolished in favor of an upscale housing community during the city’s bi-centennial, Nov. 1, 2016. MALIK PERKINS/STAFF
Bellbrook historical home demolished
Bellbrook’s oldest brick home is being demolished in favor of an upscale housing community during the city’s bi-centennial, Nov. 1, 2016. MALIK PERKINS/STAFF

9:17 PM Wednesday, Nov. 02, 2016

Bellbrook’s oldest brick home is being demolished in favor of an upscale housing community during the city’s bi-centennial, Nov. 1, 2016. MALIK PERKINS/STAFF
Experts: Beware of scammers posing as charities following hurricane

9:20 PM Wednesday, Oct. 05, 2016

Experts are urging the public to research charities before donating money to victims of Hurricane Matthew to avoid scammers. The hurricane struck Haiti on Tuesday and is expected to strike Florida and other parts of the east coast Friday. People in the U.S. have already begun to give money to relief efforts. Some people use natural disasters...
U-turns designed to alleviate Wilmington Pike traffic jams
 A U-turn lane under construction is designed to reduce future traffic backups on Wilmington Pike. The U-turn concept — called a loon because of its shape — won’t be enough, according to some residents, to improve the backups for motorists in the Centerville, Sugarcreek Twp. and Kettering area. “I just wish when developers...

4:00 AM Sunday, Aug. 07, 2016

A U-turn lane under construction is designed to reduce future traffic backups on Wilmington Pike. The U-turn concept — called a loon because of its shape — won’t be enough, according to some residents, to improve the backups for motorists in the Centerville, Sugarcreek Twp. and Kettering area. “I just wish when developers...
Kettering district has school bus driver shortage
 The Kettering School District needs six additional substitute drivers before the beginning of the school year Aug. 17. Kettering School District Director of Transportation Todd Silverthorn says 60 percent of schools in the country are experiencing a bus driver shortage. “The economy is improving and people who were driving buses have...

7:13 PM Tuesday, Aug. 02, 2016

The Kettering School District needs six additional substitute drivers before the beginning of the school year Aug. 17. Kettering School District Director of Transportation Todd Silverthorn says 60 percent of schools in the country are experiencing a bus driver shortage. “The economy is improving and people who were driving buses have...
Kettering district has school bus driver shortage
 The Kettering School District needs six additional substitute drivers before the beginning of the school year Aug. 17. Kettering School District Director of Transportation Todd Silverthorn says 60 percent of schools in the country are experiencing a bus driver shortage. “The economy is improving and people who were driving buses have...

7:13 PM Tuesday, Aug. 02, 2016

The Kettering School District needs six additional substitute drivers before the beginning of the school year Aug. 17. Kettering School District Director of Transportation Todd Silverthorn says 60 percent of schools in the country are experiencing a bus driver shortage. “The economy is improving and people who were driving buses have...
Trial starts in Springfield man’s death in Huber Heights bar

10:22 PM Wednesday, Jul. 20, 2016

Prosecutors argued that a large fight sparked a deadly shooting at a Huber Heights bar. Defense lawyers said too many people were in the fight to know who shot and killed 19-year-old Joshua Hamilton of Springfield. Opening arguments were made Wednesday in the murder trial of Michael D. Scott, 21. The shooting happened at Kricket’s Tavern...
Clayton proposes law to ban firing guns in city limits

4:00 AM Sunday, Jul. 17, 2016

The city of Clayton is considering an ordinance that will prohibit discharging firearms in the city limits. The proposed law will be discussed at a public meeting on July 21. City council has been working on the ordinance for several months, according to city manager Richard Rose. City officials are trying to pass a law that would accommodate...
Dayton residents plead to keep Garden Station

5:49 PM Friday, Jul. 15, 2016

Dayton residents are attempting to convince the city to allow their community garden to stay in their neighborhood. City officials and developers toured the Garden Station on Wednesday. Lisa Helm, founder of Garden Station, said she does not want it to leave the area because the community has invested time into it. “There have been...
Trotwood renames road to help local businesses
 The city of Trotwood has agreed to rename a road after nearby businesses complained that customers were not able to find their establishments using GPS. Service Road A, located near the 2500 block of Shiloh Springs Road, is home to more than 10 businesses, including a barbershop, dance studio and a health center. The road will be renamed...

4:00 AM Sunday, Jul. 10, 2016

The city of Trotwood has agreed to rename a road after nearby businesses complained that customers were not able to find their establishments using GPS. Service Road A, located near the 2500 block of Shiloh Springs Road, is home to more than 10 businesses, including a barbershop, dance studio and a health center. The road will be renamed...
Trotwood renames road to help local businesses
Service Road A will be renamed as Colbert Road. Businesses complained the road is unlisted and customers were unable to locate them with a GPS. MALIK PERKINS/STAFF

4:00 AM Sunday, Jul. 10, 2016

Service Road A will be renamed as Colbert Road. Businesses complained the road is unlisted and customers were unable to locate them with a GPS. MALIK PERKINS/STAFF
Residents upset over tree removal
 Residents are upset with British Petroleum’s plans to remove trees and bushes from Centerville’s Village South neighborhood to have access to a pipeline for emergency situations. BP says it needs to remove the trees to allow aerial access to the pipeline which sometimes is covered with fallen trees. The pipeline was built in the...

4:00 AM Sunday, Jul. 03, 2016

Residents are upset with British Petroleum’s plans to remove trees and bushes from Centerville’s Village South neighborhood to have access to a pipeline for emergency situations. BP says it needs to remove the trees to allow aerial access to the pipeline which sometimes is covered with fallen trees. The pipeline was built in the...
Residents upset over tree removal
Trees that will be cut down have been marked with orange tape. British Petroleum says the tree removal is a part of right-of-way maintenance to ensure the pipeline is functioning properly. MALIK PERKINS/STAFF

4:00 AM Sunday, Jul. 03, 2016

Trees that will be cut down have been marked with orange tape. British Petroleum says the tree removal is a part of right-of-way maintenance to ensure the pipeline is functioning properly. MALIK PERKINS/STAFF
Residents upset over tree removal
Trees that will be removed have been marked with orange tape. The company has not said how many trees will be taken out. MALIK PERKINS/STAFF

4:00 AM Sunday, Jul. 03, 2016

Trees that will be removed have been marked with orange tape. The company has not said how many trees will be taken out. MALIK PERKINS/STAFF
Officials warn of dangers of drinking and boating

11:55 PM Friday, Jul. 01, 2016

State officials are warning people to follow state laws, especially those related to alcohol, while boating and fishing over this holiday weekend. The same rules that apply to drinking and driving are enforced for people who are operating boats, said Ohio Department of Natural Resources Officer Chad Cruset. “There is no difference from...
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