Kelli Wynn

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Kelli Wynn is a graduate of Trotwood-Madison High School and The Ohio State University.
Kelli currently covers communities located in northern Montgomery County. 

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Library agreement calls for school offices to be demolished

The Vandalia-Butler City Schools’ administration building will be demolished as part of the school district’s development agreement with the Metro Library.Demolition of the board of education’s offices at 306 S. Dixie Drive will occur sometime after construction is complete on a new 20,000-square-foot library building in Vandalia. The new $7.8 ...

Lucking won’t seek to be rehired

Trotwood City Manager Michael Lucking said he will not seek to be rehired after his July retirement despite the fact that council passed a resolution that would have allowed him to do so.Lucking announced Friday his plans to retire on July 31, which is the same date that his current ...

Stolle Machinery to expand, move to Vandalia

An official with Stolle Machinery said the company’s move from a leased facility in Miamisburg to a building it owns in the city of Vandalia will allow the tooling manufacturer for the can packaging industry to expand its operations.The effort could mean 45 to 65 new jobs.On Monday, the state’s ...

Vandalia cuts some pay-to-participate fees

Vandalia-Butler City Schools students won’t have to have pay to participate in some extra-curricular activities offered by the district beginning July 1.Fees for some sports were reduced instead of eliminated.The five members of the school board last week voted to eliminate the participation fees for mainly academic-related activities, most of ...

Vandalia schools seek emergency renewal levy

Voters in Vandalia-Butler City Schools will decide a Nov. 3 emergency renewal levy request for 7.11 mills.Board members approved the ballot issue earlier this week.“The residents are going to be asked to approve the renewal of an emergency levy that’s collecting at $4.4 million, and the required millage to raise ...

Officer previously reprimanded for driving infractions

Officer previously reprimanded for driving infractions

A Clayton police officer who is on paid administrative leave after his cruiser collided with a motorcyclist may have made an illegal turn prior to that collision, according to an investigation report obtained Tuesday. The officer’s personnel records, also obtained this week, show that he was previously reprimanded for driving ...

Clayton Police Officer Mark Gau/ PHOTO PROVIDED BY CITY OF CLAYTON

Officer remains on leave following cruiser crash

A Clayton police officer will remain on paid administrative leave while the Ohio State Highway Patrol investigates a crash involving his police cruiser and a motorcyclist who went to the hospital. “Until the Ohio State Patrol completes their investigation, he will remain on paid administrative leave,” said Clayton Police Chief ...

Amid blowers to dry the flooring, Requarth Marketing and Brand Manager Alan Lee looks at areas in the showroom that suffered water damage from flooding on Monument Street Saturday. The business was open as usual Monday morning, but with fans scattered about to dry out the showroom. JIM WITMER/STAFF

Aging pump blamed for weekend flooding in Dayton

Area communities were cleaning up Monday after weekend rainfall on already heavily saturated ground produced widespread flooding.A malfunctioning city flood control pump was being blamed for this weekend’s flooding in some areas of downtown Dayton, according to an official with Dayton’s Water Department.“That’s what we believe. We are investigating to ...

Ace Torwel to open Brookville operation

A Massachusetts-based company that manufactures and distributes sand and salt spreaders will be expanding its operations to Brookville, according to the city’s assistant city manager Sonja Keaton. She announced during Tuesday night’s city council meeting that the company’s name is Ace Torwel, Inc. and that the company’s move was the ...

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Brookville selects new city manager

Integrity, trust, loyalty and commitment are characteristics that Brookville’s mayor used to describe the new city manager.“You have a guy who believes in that and practices that. That’s a hell of a start,” said Mayor David Seagraves during Brookville’s city council meeting this week.Council voted unanimously then to approve the ...

 
 

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