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Facing huge costs to convert their emergency dispatch centers to the latest needed technology, several Greene County localities are moving to abandon the centers and merge.
Mobile drug dealing has turned popular retail areas like the Dayton Mall into hot spots for drug dealers because of the high traffic volume, local police said.
A dryer fire sent patrons of the Homewood Suites by Hilton temporarily out of doors Thursday night.The hotel in the 2700 block of Presidential Drive was evacuated as smoke billowed out of the laundry room area at approximately 7:45 p.
A woman trying to go on a trip said her passport came in with the wrong photo on it.Emerald Bilbrey of New Carlisle decided to get a jump on planning for a cruise with her husband by obtaining her passport last Fall.
Thousands of Wright-Patterson civilian employees won’t spend as much time off the job without pay after the Pentagon dropped the number of furlough days to 11 from 14 on Tuesday.
Many little girls dress their dolls in fine costumes but few will grow up to make a living costuming real people like Miranda Gullion did.
At first glance they wouldn’t seem to have much in common. John Higgins is in his mid-60s and owns Lexus of Dayton.
A Greene County Board of Elections clerk was terminated following a unanimous vote by members during an emergency meeting Monday afternoon.
An 8,100-square-foot building is expected to be constructed this year at The Pointe at Valle Greene in Fairborn — a move that city officials say could jumpstart development in that area.
The city of Fairborn is preparing to repair more than a mile stretch of Colonel Glenn Highway that provides access to Wright State University and the Nutter Center.
BaseballSECTIONAL TOURNAMENTDIVISION ISt. Xavier 3, Talawanda 2Lakota East 5, Glen Este 4Centerville 5, Fairmont 1SoftballSECTIONAL TOURNAMENTDIVISION IIFranklin 21, Alter 0, 5 inn.
Fairborn senior Matt Cline’s smile beamed as he pointed to teammate Jeremy Bridges. “He’s an animal,” Cline said after Bridges out-leaned Miamisburg’s Andrew Denlinger at the tape to win the 4x400-meter relay title at the Greater Western Ohio Conference track meet at Centerville High School Friday night.
BaseballSECTIONAL TOURNAMENTWednesday’s ResultsDIVISION IIIBadin 11, East Clinton 0, 5 inn.Carlisle 10, Dayton Christian 1Fenwick 5, Madison 3Miami East 10, Northwestern 0, 5 inn.
BASEBALLBATTING (min. 50 at-bats)Player H/AB AVG.R. Kensinger, Xenia Chr. 38/57 .667C. Nealeigh, Greenville 48/76 .
BOYS TENNISSWBL BUCKEYE DIVISION TOURNAMENTTEAM RESULTS: 1. Milton-Union 56, 2. Carlisle 41, 3. Dixie 39, 4.
TennisVALLEY VIEW 3, CJ 2Singles — 1. Estrada-Sanchez (CJ) d. Wilson, 6-0 6-1; 2. Harshberger (VV) d.
On the national soccer stage, Beavercreek High School senior Micaela Powers is composed and confident.
Tennis WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS NORTHMONT 5, PIQUA 0 Singles — 1. Starr d. Lamphan, 6-0, 6-0; 2.
The Fairborn High School boys 4x400 relay put a special spin on its recent senior night during the Aukerman Relays.
BOYS TENNIS TIPPECANOE 5, KENTON RIDGE 0 SINGLES: 1. Bolling d. Icenhour 6-0, 6-0; 2. Keller d. Sterzenbach 6-2, 6-0; 3.