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Beavercreek

Beavercreek preschool to open in 2015

Beavercreek preschool to open in 2015

A $5.1 million preschool building in Beavercreek City Schools district will help accommodate a growing of student population and reduce overcrowding, according to school officials.

Brookville

 Father who triggered Amber Alert in custody

UPDATE 2:10 p.m. (Oct. 31, 2014)Garland Banister, who triggered an Amber Alert after reportedly taking his 3-year-old daughter without permission, was arraigned in Montgomery County Municipal Court Friday morning.

Centerville & Washington Twp.

Dentist offers free day for veterans

Dentist offers free day for veterans

This is the fifth consecutive year Centerville dentist Vannah Nantz has offered a day of free dental services to veterans as her way of honoring their contribution to our country.

Clayton & Clay Twp.

A look at Union Village plan: Part 3

The designers of Union Village plan to recreate a sense of community on farm fields covering more than 1,400 acres east of Lebanon.

Dayton

Second shooting in 3 days occurs on Wolf Road

Second shooting in 3 days occurs on Wolf Road

UPDATE @ 12:30 a.m.: Police are investigating the second shooting in the 4000 block of Wolf Road this week involving two groups of people, but this latest incident is not believed to be gang related, Trotwood Capt.

Englewood

Repeat offender, voyeurism suspect pleads not guilty

UPDATE @10:35 a.m. 10/28/2014 Harold Rimblert III pleaded not guilty to voyeurism and trespassing charges out of Washington Twp.

Fairborn

Huber Heights

Huber Heights: Wayne HIgh School student profiles

Huber Heights: Wayne HIgh School student profiles

Darius Beckham and Sarah Eifert are seniors at Wayne High School. They were chosen by their peers and staff to serve as student ambassadors/leaders as Mr.

Kettering

Food trucks to zombies: top 10 things to do this weekend and beyond

Food trucks to zombies: top 10 things to do this weekend and beyond

Where, oh where is the time going. November will be here before you know it. Literally. The last full month of fall starts tomorrow.

Lebanon

Much to like about public schools

Much to like about public schools

For most people, there is much more to the value of public schools than can be measured in the avalanche of data reported to the public.

Miamisburg

Fowle makes first public statements

Jeffrey Fowle said Friday he meant to leave a bi-lingual Bible hidden in a North Korean restaurant restroom, and no one else helped him or encouraged him to do it.

Moraine

Jeffrey Fowle speaks about detention in North Korea

Freed captive explains his secret Bible plan

Jeffrey Fowle was in a North Korean nightclub when he seized an opportunity for what he secretly had long planned: taking the gospel to one of the world’s most anti-Christian countries.

Oakwood

Little Exchange Holiday Open House is Nov. 2

Little Exchange Holiday Open House is Nov. 2

Imagine sipping a glass of wine while doing your holiday shopping and benefitting Dayton Children’s Hospital all in one stop.

Springboro

FBI searches home in Springboro neighborhood

FBI: Couple bilked area investors out of millions

A local couple swindled “north of $50 million” from hundreds of Miami Valley investors in Ponzi-type financial pyramid schemes to fund an extravagant lifestyle that included buying racehorses and a $1 million farm in Clark County, according to federal court documents and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Trotwood

Second shooting in 3 days occurs on Wolf Road

Second shooting in 3 days occurs on Wolf Road

UPDATE @ 12:30 a.m.: Police are investigating the second shooting in the 4000 block of Wolf Road this week involving two groups of people, but this latest incident is not believed to be gang related, Trotwood Capt.

Troy

Clark-Champaign Red Cross to be consolidated

Clark-Champaign Red Cross to be consolidated

The Clark-Champaign County Chapter of the American Red Cross will be combined with three other local chapters by the end of this year, part of a national $43 million cost-cutting consolidation by the humanitarian organization.

Vandalia

Massive, deadly wreck reported on I-75 in Vandalia

UPDATE @ 11:55 p.m.: At least two people have been killed in the multi-vehicle wreck on I-75 south, according to the state patrol’s Dayton post, and the Vandalia fire chief says his crews have removed at least five victims from the wreckage.

Waynesville

Co-defendant pleads guilty in teen’s murder

Co-defendant pleads guilty in teen’s murder

Two mothers on opposite sides of the Justin Back murder case hugged after the second suspect pleaded guilty on Friday in Warren County Common Pleas Court.

West Carrollton

Jeffrey Fowle speaks about detention in North Korea

Freed captive explains his secret Bible plan

Jeffrey Fowle was in a North Korean nightclub when he seized an opportunity for what he secretly had long planned: taking the gospel to one of the world’s most anti-Christian countries.
 
 

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