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Beavercreek Police Chief Dennis Evers warned the city council more officers and staff would be needed within the next five years to adhere to training and funding requirements. SHARAHN BOYKIN/STAFF PHOTO

Beavercreek Police: More staff needed for training mandates

Beavercreek Police will need more personnel within the next five years to meet state funding and training requirements, according to Chief Dennis Evers.While Beavercreek is looking to increase staff to meet training demands, other Greene County law enforcement agencies have said they plan to reduce staff or remain at their ...

Government briefs: Beavercreek and Greene County

GREENE COUNTYHoney harvest July 9On July 9 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. find out how honey is harvested at the Narrows Reserve Nature Center, 2575 Indian Ripple Road, Beavercreek. Join the Greene County Beekeepers and watch this fascinating process in action. Help spin honey off the comb and watch it being ...

Kroger to expand online shopping to Dayton area locations

Kroger is expanding its online shopping service to select locations in the Miami Valley region. ClickList, Kroger’s online shopping service, allows customers to shop online and pick up their order at the store. According to the company, there are more than 40,000 items available to order online. With reserved pickup ...

Greene County news: Robotics Team returns to ASEE Competition

CEDARVILLERobotics Team returns to ASEE CompetitionA team of Cedarville University freshmen and sophomore engineering students will try to capture the school’s fourth straight national title in this year’s Autonomous Robotics Competition at the American Society of Engineering Education Conference in New Orleans on Monday.Cedarville’s team won last year’s competition in ...

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Fairfield Commons hosting Child Safety Day today

The Mall at Fairfield Commons will host a Child Safety Day from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. today, 2727 Fairfield Commons Drive.The free event will allow children the chance to sit inside emergency vehicles, meet police officers and firefighters, and participate in fun activities like face painting, a prize wheel ...

Surveillance video released in West Chester gun shop break-in

UPDATE , June 23 A surveillance video, obtained by this news outlet through a public records request, shows the scene from a June 6 break-in at Wells Armory, a gun shop in West Chester Twp.The 1-minute video shows four masked people walking up to the store and throw a brick ...

City considers hiking parking fines

The city is considering an ordinance that would increase its maximum parking fine to $50.The potential parking fee increase — current fines start at $2 — was part of a city council work session discussion this week that included a proposed ordinance that would ban parking large or oversized commercial ...

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Accused Wright-Patt gate runner appears in court

A Beavercreek man accused of trespassing through a Wright-Patterson Air Force Base security gate pleaded not guilty Wednesday seven months after the alleged incident caused an hours-long evacuation of employees in two buildings and a shelter-in-place order at a base child care center.Edward J. Novak, 31, was appointed a public ...

The CEO of WP Glimcher, which owns the Dayton Mall and Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek, has resigned and the company said it will change its name.

CEO of company that owns local malls resigns

The CEO of WP Glimcher, which owns the Dayton Mall and Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek, has resigned and the company said it will change its name.Michael P. Glimcher, whose family founded Glimcher Realty Trust, resigned as CEO, vice chairman and director of WP Glimcher Inc., the company announced. ...

Beavercreek schools to receive $3M in state grants

Beavercreek City School District is expected to receive three grants that total almost $3 million, marking the largest amount the state education department plans to award through its Straight A Grant program this year.The school district is one of 21 that the Straight A Fund Governing Board has recommended to ...

A Boeing 747 of Iran’s national airline is seen at Mehrabad International Airport in Tehran in this 2003 file photo.

Ohio, region could benefit from Boeing deal

Boeing’s new commercial aviation agreement with Iran airlines will boost business in Ohio for the hundreds of suppliers located in the state, a company spokesman and local suppliers said Tuesday.The deal — described as the biggest business agreement between the Islamic Republic and America since the 1979 U.S. Embassy takeover ...

Tipp City city manager Tim Eggleston said the retailer has not submitted any documented plan

Meijer purchases nearly 60 acres near dairy production plan

Meijer Inc. recently purchased nearly 60 acres of land in Tipp City near its dairy product facility.According to Miami County property records, the Grand Rapids, Mich-based retailer acquired just more than 59 acres of farm land on South County Road 25A. Lesher Farms sold the land for $3 million to ...

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In this video Beavercreek Police Chief Dennis Evers discusses staffing options to fulfill state mandates.

More police staff needed, Beavercreek chief says

The city will need to increase police department staff to comply with state mandates, Beavercreek Police Chief Dennis Evers said. Evers discussed the law enforcement agency’s personnel needs during a City Council work session tonight. “We need to look at adding three to five additional officers to be able to ...

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Coroner confirms woman died after truck hit awning

The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office confirmed Monday that Helen N. Mullins, 93, died June 12 from injuries suffered June 1 when a delivery truck knocked off a piece of awning at a Sycamore Glen Retirement Community building.Mullins, a resident at the Miamisburg senior community, was one of two people injured ...

Police blotter: Kettering, Centerville, Washington Twp.

CENTERVILLE (June 5) – Theft was reported from Cobbleskill Court. There are no suspects.CENTERVILLE (June 5) – Family trouble was reported from Loganwood Drive. A 37-year-old man was arrested for domestic violence.CENTERVILLE (June 6) – Theft was reported from a South Main Street business.CENTERVILLE (June 6) – Theft from a ...

Marmalade would prefer to be an only pet of the household. CONTRIBUTED

The Tenth Life Pet of the Week: Marmalade

Name: MarmaladeGender: FemaleColor: Orange tigerAge: 4 yearsWeight: 12 poundsWhy she is special: Marmalade was a stray in Xenia. At first she seemed shy when approached. Her problem was that she did not like being around other cats. Once she got use to having to share her room with others, she ...

How to get a free milkshake today

One of the area’s newest eateries is offering a tasty way for you to cool off next week. Wayback Burgers, which opened at the Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek in December, will be giving away Junior Black & White milkshakes today, Monday, June 20. There will be one hand-dipped shake ...

Wright-Patterson base commander reflects on last two years, challenges

As commander of a major military base, Col. John M.Devillier faced no shortage of tough decisions.Devillier, 45, will end his tenure Tuesday as installation commander of Wright-Patterson when Col. Bradley McDonald becomes leader for the next two years of the largest single site employer in Ohio.“I believe the most difficult ...

Greene County news: Beavercreek seeks police building proposals

BEAVERCREEKCity seeks police department building proposals The city is seeking proposals to evaluate feasibility and costs for construction on a new police department building compared to remodeling the current facility.The request for proposals comes almost two decades after the last time the 11,900-square-foot building was remodeled in 1997.Some of the ...

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