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06/21/2016 11:51 AM
Centerville City Council approves tax increase proposal for November ballot.

"The purpose of that is to address not all of the cuts the state legislature has implemented upon us by the reduction of the estate tax and other funding sources that go up and have not come back to the city now," Mayor Brooks Compton said. "It's to try and address a portion of that so that we keep the roads the way we need them and also for safety services and police services."

06/17/2016 10:36 PM
Dayton concerts to attend this summer

If you're looking for concerts to attend without having to empty your gas tank, you're in luck. There are plenty of acts stopping in Dayton to perform at local venues all summer.

06/16/2016 07:02 PM
a PizzaFirea to open Kettering location in August

The location will offer patrons 40 different toppings, 6 different sauces and flavor combinations, according to a release from the pizzaria. The chain has multiple locations throughout Northeast Ohio and multiple in the Columbus-area, according to its website - which offers online-ahead ordering.

06/15/2016 04:58 PM
Kettering company seeks bidders on $10M relocation project

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06/10/2016 02:39 PM
Dayton Childrena s employee saves boy from drowning

A patient care assistant was in the right place at the right time when she saved a boy from drowning at a local pool. Christi Atkins, a patient care assistant in the emergency department of Dayton Children's Hospital was at the Crestwood Swim Club in Kettering with her family Thursday when lifeguards pulled a 5-year-old boy from the pool.

06/07/2016 01:09 AM
Russells Point Council approves volunteer police chaplain

Hall, from Kettering, Ohio, originally was a police officer who retired after being shot in the line of duty. He entered the ministry and works out of St. Mary's of the Woods.

06/01/2016 07:25 PM
Kettering Police release surveillance photos of groping suspect

Kettering Police are asking for help from the public in identifying a groping suspect. Police are releasing new surveillance photos in hopes someone will recognize the man responsible.

05/31/2016 07:51 PM
Kroger to close Kettering location

Kroger plans to close its Kettering store at Oak Creek Plaza and replace it with the larger store under construction at Cornerstone of Centerville.