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Dayton man’s family home likely destroyed in Gatlinburg wildfire
 A Gatlinburg, Tenn. wildfire has claimed the life of four people, destroyed more than 100 homes and has led to the  Charles Alcorn, of Dayton, said he visits Gatlinburg about 10-15 times a year. He started going to Gatlinburg as a child with his grandparents, before purchasing his family’s downtown townhome in 2008. “We don&rsquo...

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A Gatlinburg, Tenn. wildfire has claimed the life of four people, destroyed more than 100 homes and has led to the Charles Alcorn, of Dayton, said he visits Gatlinburg about 10-15 times a year. He started going to Gatlinburg as a child with his grandparents, before purchasing his family’s downtown townhome in 2008. “We don&rsquo...
Xenia mobile fire unit provides training across Greene County
 The city of Xenia’s mobile fire trainer spent Thursday in Beavercreek, where firefighters safely practiced putting out fires. Lt. Tom Norris of Xenia Fire Division said that more than five years ago the city earned a grant to purchase a trailer used for fire simulation and training exercises. The mobile unit travels around Greene County...

8:51 PM Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016

The city of Xenia’s mobile fire trainer spent Thursday in Beavercreek, where firefighters safely practiced putting out fires. Lt. Tom Norris of Xenia Fire Division said that more than five years ago the city earned a grant to purchase a trailer used for fire simulation and training exercises. The mobile unit travels around Greene County...
Xenia mobile fire unit provides training across Greene County
 The city of Xenia’s mobile fire trainer spent Thursday in Beavercreek, where firefighters safely practiced putting out fires. Lt. Tom Norris of Xenia Fire Division said that more than five years ago the city earned a grant to purchase a trailer used for fire simulation and training exercises. The mobile unit travels around Greene County...

8:51 PM Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016

The city of Xenia’s mobile fire trainer spent Thursday in Beavercreek, where firefighters safely practiced putting out fires. Lt. Tom Norris of Xenia Fire Division said that more than five years ago the city earned a grant to purchase a trailer used for fire simulation and training exercises. The mobile unit travels around Greene County...
9 must-eat sandwiches in Dayton
 Few things in life are better than a well-made sandwich. The cheesiness, the meatiness, the crunchiness, the toastiness...the list goes on.  Luckily for us, there's a slew of sandwiches to try in the region. Here's a list of 9 must-eat sandwiches in the Dayton area.

4:20 PM Friday, Jun. 17, 2016

Few things in life are better than a well-made sandwich. The cheesiness, the meatiness, the crunchiness, the toastiness...the list goes on.  Luckily for us, there's a slew of sandwiches to try in the region. Here's a list of 9 must-eat sandwiches in the Dayton area.
Wayne County, Ind. declares public health emergency
 Wayne County, Indiana is officially in a public health emergency for its high rates of Hepatitis C from intravenous drug use, said Eric Coulter, executive director of Wayne County Health Department. Coulter said the county applied about two weeks ago to the state to declare a public health emergency. The county got word Friday that it was...

5:49 PM Friday, Jun. 03, 2016

Wayne County, Indiana is officially in a public health emergency for its high rates of Hepatitis C from intravenous drug use, said Eric Coulter, executive director of Wayne County Health Department. Coulter said the county applied about two weeks ago to the state to declare a public health emergency. The county got word Friday that it was...
Darke Co. pit bull policy sparks petition
 An online petition circulating is seeking change by Darke County commissioners on treatment of unlicensed pit bulls in the county. For several years now, Darke County’s animal shelter has had a policy that it does not adopt out unlicensed, stray pit bulls that come into the facility, said Darke County Dog Warden Duane Sanning. In the...

6:19 PM Monday, Apr. 11, 2016

An online petition circulating is seeking change by Darke County commissioners on treatment of unlicensed pit bulls in the county. For several years now, Darke County’s animal shelter has had a policy that it does not adopt out unlicensed, stray pit bulls that come into the facility, said Darke County Dog Warden Duane Sanning. In the...
Policy banning pit bull adoptions sparks petition drive
 An online petition is seeking to change how unlicensed pit bulls are treated in Darke County. For several years, Darke County’s animal shelter has had a policy that it does not adopt out unlicensed, stray pit bulls that come into the facility, said Darke County Dog Warden Duane Sanning. In the last month, a petition appeared online...

6:11 PM Monday, Apr. 11, 2016

An online petition is seeking to change how unlicensed pit bulls are treated in Darke County. For several years, Darke County’s animal shelter has had a policy that it does not adopt out unlicensed, stray pit bulls that come into the facility, said Darke County Dog Warden Duane Sanning. In the last month, a petition appeared online...
Joyriding toddler stopped by Xenia police
 A local toddler pulled over while joyriding in his new ride will now have a lasting memory. Officer Brian Blackaby, a Xenia patrolman of seven years, said he was in the area of Hollywood Boulevard Friday evening when he spotted the toddler in his model Chevrolet Silverado. The boy’s father, Brian Miller, asked if he’d pose for...

12:14 AM Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2016

A local toddler pulled over while joyriding in his new ride will now have a lasting memory. Officer Brian Blackaby, a Xenia patrolman of seven years, said he was in the area of Hollywood Boulevard Friday evening when he spotted the toddler in his model Chevrolet Silverado. The boy’s father, Brian Miller, asked if he’d pose for...
Joyriding toddler stopped by Xenia police
 A local toddler pulled over while joyriding in his new ride will now have a lasting memory. Officer Brian Blackaby, a Xenia patrolman of seven years, said he was in the area of Hollywood Boulevard Friday evening when he spotted the toddler in his model Chevrolet Silverado. The boy’s father, Brian Miller, asked if he’d pose for...

5:24 PM Tuesday, Mar. 29, 2016

A local toddler pulled over while joyriding in his new ride will now have a lasting memory. Officer Brian Blackaby, a Xenia patrolman of seven years, said he was in the area of Hollywood Boulevard Friday evening when he spotted the toddler in his model Chevrolet Silverado. The boy’s father, Brian Miller, asked if he’d pose for...
Joyriding toddler stopped by Ohio police
 Trending on Facebook An Ohio toddler pulled over while joyriding in his new ride will now have a lasting memory. >> Read more trending stories  Officer Brian Blackaby, a patrolman of seven years in Xenia, Ohio, said he spotted the toddler in his model Chevrolet Silverado on Friday evening. The boy’s father, Brian Miller...

5:24 PM Tuesday, Mar. 29, 2016

Trending on Facebook An Ohio toddler pulled over while joyriding in his new ride will now have a lasting memory. >> Read more trending stories Officer Brian Blackaby, a patrolman of seven years in Xenia, Ohio, said he spotted the toddler in his model Chevrolet Silverado on Friday evening. The boy’s father, Brian Miller...
Where to find pączki on Fat Tuesday in Dayton
 Deep-fried doughnut goodness. That’s the pączki doughnut in a nutshell. They are deep-fried pieces of dough shaped into flattened spheres and filled with fruit and cream fillings — everything from strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, apricot, custard, chocolate and cream. Pączki are usually covered with powdered sugar,...

9:46 PM Friday, Feb. 05, 2016

Deep-fried doughnut goodness. That’s the pączki doughnut in a nutshell. They are deep-fried pieces of dough shaped into flattened spheres and filled with fruit and cream fillings — everything from strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, apricot, custard, chocolate and cream. Pączki are usually covered with powdered sugar,...
Where to find pączki on Fat Tuesday in Dayton
 Deep-fried doughnut goodness. That’s the pączki doughnut in a nutshell. They are deep-fried pieces of dough shaped into flattened spheres and filled with fruit and cream fillings — everything from strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, apricot, custard, chocolate and cream. Pączki are usually covered with powdered sugar,...

7:33 PM Friday, Feb. 05, 2016

Deep-fried doughnut goodness. That’s the pączki doughnut in a nutshell. They are deep-fried pieces of dough shaped into flattened spheres and filled with fruit and cream fillings — everything from strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, apricot, custard, chocolate and cream. Pączki are usually covered with powdered sugar,...
Records: Daycare where baby was left alone for 2 hours has past issues
 The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is investigating Tuesday’s incident at My Father’s House Childcare Center in which  Benjamin Johnson, spokesman for Ohio JFS, said the state investigates an incident like this any time a child is put at risk, to ensure state rules and regulations are being followed. Johnson said the...

9:55 PM Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is investigating Tuesday’s incident at My Father’s House Childcare Center in which Benjamin Johnson, spokesman for Ohio JFS, said the state investigates an incident like this any time a child is put at risk, to ensure state rules and regulations are being followed. Johnson said the...
5 places to get pie in Dayton
 “Any time of the day is a good time for pie,” spoke the wise Fabienne in “Pulp Fiction.” According to  It also happens to be  Ranging from $2 to $5, here are the best places for a slice of pie in Dayton.    

4:57 PM Friday, Jan. 22, 2016

“Any time of the day is a good time for pie,” spoke the wise Fabienne in “Pulp Fiction.” According to It also happens to be Ranging from $2 to $5, here are the best places for a slice of pie in Dayton.  
Extreme cold leads to water main breaks across Montgomery County
 Extreme cold temperatures Monday and Tuesday caused several water main breaks across Montgomery County, officials said. The 10 water main breaks reported during the two-day period are typical for these weather conditions, said Brianna Wooten of Montgomery County Environmental Services. As of Tuesday afternoon, five water main breaks were...

11:37 PM Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016

Extreme cold temperatures Monday and Tuesday caused several water main breaks across Montgomery County, officials said. The 10 water main breaks reported during the two-day period are typical for these weather conditions, said Brianna Wooten of Montgomery County Environmental Services. As of Tuesday afternoon, five water main breaks were...
School district pays $225K to sexual battery victim

10:27 PM Friday, Dec. 11, 2015

The Springfield-Clark Career Technology Center was ordered to pay $225,000 to a former student who was the victim of sexual battery by a teacher now in prison. A lawsuit filed in February 2014 against the school district; former Superintendent Brad Moffitt; and the former culinary arts teacher Jeffrey Scott Rohrer, 30, was settled last month...
New technology allows Cincinnati VA to give care across U.S.
 BY THE NUMBERS:  In a modest room on the ninth floor of the Cincinnati VA Medical Center, a team of doctors and nurses are providing care to critically-injured veterans across five states. The hospital is working to improve and expedite care for the nation’s veterans through more than 60 computer monitors, high-resolution cameras and...

11:10 AM Tuesday, Sep. 01, 2015

BY THE NUMBERS: In a modest room on the ninth floor of the Cincinnati VA Medical Center, a team of doctors and nurses are providing care to critically-injured veterans across five states. The hospital is working to improve and expedite care for the nation’s veterans through more than 60 computer monitors, high-resolution cameras and...
Butler County hospital establishing home visits for drug addicts
 A new program aims to reduce the number of drug-related deaths by making home visits to those who have recently overdosed. Fort Hamilton Hospital has launched F.O.R.T. — or Fort’s Opiate Recovery Taskforce — which is modeled off a program launched in July by Colerain Twp. to proactively help drug addicts open to treatment...

8:21 PM Monday, Aug. 31, 2015

A new program aims to reduce the number of drug-related deaths by making home visits to those who have recently overdosed. Fort Hamilton Hospital has launched F.O.R.T. — or Fort’s Opiate Recovery Taskforce — which is modeled off a program launched in July by Colerain Twp. to proactively help drug addicts open to treatment...
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