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Hundreds go to D.C. for march today

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DAYTON — When a thousand Miami Valley residents join the tens of thousands of abortion rights supporters expected to gather today in Washington for the March for Women’s Lives, they will be highlighting what Molly Galvin calls the subtle and quiet erosion of reproductive rights. “The purpose of this march is to call attention...
Trotwood’s incoming mayor wants to unify city leaders
 Mary McDonald said one of her first tasks as the incoming mayor of Trotwood is to make sure the city council is unified. “My top priority is unifying the council to get one single vision, so that when one of us speaks, we’re all speaking in the same voice,” said McDonald, who has been on the council for 10 years.”Our...

10:47 PM Thursday, Nov. 05, 2015

Mary McDonald said one of her first tasks as the incoming mayor of Trotwood is to make sure the city council is unified. “My top priority is unifying the council to get one single vision, so that when one of us speaks, we’re all speaking in the same voice,” said McDonald, who has been on the council for 10 years.”Our...
Challenger surprised by win over longtime trustee
 Joe Flanagan said even though he was hoping to win a seat on the Butler Twp. trustee board he was surprised by his win over longtime trustee Doug Orange. “It’s a three-way race, so you never know how that’s going to work out and Doug has 20 years there,” Flanagan said Wednesday. “He was certainly a formidable...

10:42 PM Wednesday, Nov. 04, 2015

Joe Flanagan said even though he was hoping to win a seat on the Butler Twp. trustee board he was surprised by his win over longtime trustee Doug Orange. “It’s a three-way race, so you never know how that’s going to work out and Doug has 20 years there,” Flanagan said Wednesday. “He was certainly a formidable...
Trotwood picks new mayor, new council members
 Trotwood voters kicked out the city’s mayor and two council members Tuesday night. Mary McDonald defeated Mayor Joyce Sutton Cameron, 58-36 percent. “I am excited because of the city of Trotwood is ready to move in a new direction,” McDonald said. “A new direction, new vision, goals and just ready to come together...

2:19 AM Wednesday, Nov. 04, 2015

Trotwood voters kicked out the city’s mayor and two council members Tuesday night. Mary McDonald defeated Mayor Joyce Sutton Cameron, 58-36 percent. “I am excited because of the city of Trotwood is ready to move in a new direction,” McDonald said. “A new direction, new vision, goals and just ready to come together...
Consumer Square to receive cosmetic upgrades
 Owners of Consumer Square Shopping Center in Trotwood are planning to redevelop the Salem Avenue commercial development, according to the city’s interim City Manager Quincy Pope. City leaders were told that Moonbeam Leasing and Management, which own the more than 272,000-square-foot shopping center at 5597 Salem Ave., has plans on renovating...

11:29 PM Monday, Nov. 02, 2015

Owners of Consumer Square Shopping Center in Trotwood are planning to redevelop the Salem Avenue commercial development, according to the city’s interim City Manager Quincy Pope. City leaders were told that Moonbeam Leasing and Management, which own the more than 272,000-square-foot shopping center at 5597 Salem Ave., has plans on renovating...
Candidate says tax debt not an issue in council race

12:00 AM Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015

A candidate for Trotwood City Council said the fact that he owed more than $35,000 in delinquent property taxes on a Jefferson Township house he owns should not be an issue in the November election. Robert Kelley Jr. said he bought the house at 4654 Belcourt Drive for his daughter and has never lived in it. “She had trouble holding...
 5 seeking two Trotwood council seats
 Trotwood voters will chose from incumbents Bruce Kettelle and Barbara Staggs and challengers Rhonda Finley, Mark Landis and Robert Kelley Jr. for the city’s two at-large seats in Tuesday’s general election. Finley, purchasing and logistics consultant for Heidelberg Distributing Company, worked for Trotwood for 10 years before...

10:34 PM Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015

Trotwood voters will chose from incumbents Bruce Kettelle and Barbara Staggs and challengers Rhonda Finley, Mark Landis and Robert Kelley Jr. for the city’s two at-large seats in Tuesday’s general election. Finley, purchasing and logistics consultant for Heidelberg Distributing Company, worked for Trotwood for 10 years before...
Trotwood to pay $25K in 2014 pedestrian death
 The city will pay $25,000 to the estate of Agyasi J. Ector, the pedestrian killed last year when he was struck by a vehicle involved in a police chase. Ector’s death resulted in attorney Jennifer Marietta filing a wrongful death and personal injury civil lawsuit on behalf of Ector’s mother, Susan Adegboruwa. The suit was filed...

11:06 PM Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015

The city will pay $25,000 to the estate of Agyasi J. Ector, the pedestrian killed last year when he was struck by a vehicle involved in a police chase. Ector’s death resulted in attorney Jennifer Marietta filing a wrongful death and personal injury civil lawsuit on behalf of Ector’s mother, Susan Adegboruwa. The suit was filed...
New hotel proposed for Miller Lane area

4:01 PM Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015

The Butler Township Zoning Commission voted Monday night to approve a zoning request that would make way for a new hotel to be placed on nearly three acres of land on Town Center Drive in the Miller Lane business district. The approval means the commission will recommend the township trustees rezone the land from local commercial service...
Two brothers among four vying for Brookville council
 A Brookville native will challenge his brother and two other incumbents in November for Brookville City Council. Brookville’s approximately 4,050 registered voters will chose between incumbents Margo Cantrell, Chuck Letner and Anne Kirklin and challenger Jerri Letner, Chuck’s brother, to fill the three seats up for grabs. Kirklin...

6:47 PM Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015

A Brookville native will challenge his brother and two other incumbents in November for Brookville City Council. Brookville’s approximately 4,050 registered voters will chose between incumbents Margo Cantrell, Chuck Letner and Anne Kirklin and challenger Jerri Letner, Chuck’s brother, to fill the three seats up for grabs. Kirklin...
Two challenge Butler Twp. trustee for seat
 Two people are challenging Butler Twp. Trustee Doug Orange for the seat the he has held for 20 years His challengers in the Nov. 3 election are Joe Flanagan, a retired Butler Twp. administrator who was hired into that position by Orange, and Tom Zeigler, an inside sales engineer at Apex Aluminum Die Casting Company. This is Flanagan&rsquo...

7:31 PM Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015

Two people are challenging Butler Twp. Trustee Doug Orange for the seat the he has held for 20 years His challengers in the Nov. 3 election are Joe Flanagan, a retired Butler Twp. administrator who was hired into that position by Orange, and Tom Zeigler, an inside sales engineer at Apex Aluminum Die Casting Company. This is Flanagan&rsquo...
Trotwood to get new pharmacy
 The owner of two area pharmacies is planning to open a third in Trotwood, allowing the city to have its only independent pharmacy. Kindy Ghussin, owner of the Heartland Pharmacies located at 3000 Far Hills Ave. in Kettering and 2749 Alex Bell Road in Moraine, is bringing the KMG Pharmacy to 846 E. Main Street in November. This is the former...

8:39 PM Thursday, Oct. 08, 2015

The owner of two area pharmacies is planning to open a third in Trotwood, allowing the city to have its only independent pharmacy. Kindy Ghussin, owner of the Heartland Pharmacies located at 3000 Far Hills Ave. in Kettering and 2749 Alex Bell Road in Moraine, is bringing the KMG Pharmacy to 846 E. Main Street in November. This is the former...
Two vying for Jefferson Twp. Trustee board
 On November 3, Jefferson Township’s nearly 4,500 registered voters will get to choose between two community activists to fill the trustee seat that Damon Woods is leaving at the end of the year. Woods has decided not to seek re-election after serving over seven years on the trustee board, whose members are paid a monthly stipend of...

7:57 PM Friday, Oct. 02, 2015

On November 3, Jefferson Township’s nearly 4,500 registered voters will get to choose between two community activists to fill the trustee seat that Damon Woods is leaving at the end of the year. Woods has decided not to seek re-election after serving over seven years on the trustee board, whose members are paid a monthly stipend of...
Former Trotwood City Council member dies
 A memorial service will be held this weekend for former Trotwood City Councilman and educator Paul E. Boykin, who died Wednesday, according to his online obituary on the Thomas Funeral Home website. Boykin was 80 years old and died at Hospice of Dayton. Share your condolences. He served on the Trotwood City Council from 1994 to 1999, according...

6:32 PM Thursday, Sep. 24, 2015

A memorial service will be held this weekend for former Trotwood City Councilman and educator Paul E. Boykin, who died Wednesday, according to his online obituary on the Thomas Funeral Home website. Boykin was 80 years old and died at Hospice of Dayton. Share your condolences. He served on the Trotwood City Council from 1994 to 1999, according...
AmeriWater moving headquarters to Vandalia

4:00 AM Sunday, Sep. 20, 2015

A subsidiary of SUEZ, the world’s second largest environmental company, is set to move to Vandalia, according to a company spokeswoman and a local real estate firm. AmeriWater is a manufacturer and service provider of water treatment equipment for the dialysis, health care and industrial markets that is currently headquartered at 1303...
Trotwood mayor facing challenge from councilwoman
 Trotwood City Councilwoman Mary McDonald is making her second attempt to unseat Joyce Sutton Cameron as mayor of the northwest Montgomery County city. Cameron’s term on council expires this year and McDonald’s council term expires in 2017. So, McDonald will remain on council even if she loses the vote for mayor. Trotwood&rsquo...

4:00 AM Saturday, Sep. 19, 2015

Trotwood City Councilwoman Mary McDonald is making her second attempt to unseat Joyce Sutton Cameron as mayor of the northwest Montgomery County city. Cameron’s term on council expires this year and McDonald’s council term expires in 2017. So, McDonald will remain on council even if she loses the vote for mayor. Trotwood&rsquo...
Mom found guilty after kids die in fire
 A Preble County woman whose young children died in a house fire while she was out drinking was found guilty of two counts of endangering children and two counts of involuntary manslaughter. Preble County Common Pleas Court Judge David Abruzzo handed down the verdict Friday against Chastity Hall, 35, after a two-day bench trial this month...

3:35 PM Wednesday, Sep. 16, 2015

A Preble County woman whose young children died in a house fire while she was out drinking was found guilty of two counts of endangering children and two counts of involuntary manslaughter. Preble County Common Pleas Court Judge David Abruzzo handed down the verdict Friday against Chastity Hall, 35, after a two-day bench trial this month...
Group seeks indictment in Dontae Martin’s death
 The deputy-involved fatal shooting of Dontae Martin is one step closer to being heard by a grand jury, according to Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer. The sheriff’s office recently received the county coroner’s report, which was needed in order for the case to be presented to a grand jury, Plummer said. “Once the grand...

10:41 PM Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015

The deputy-involved fatal shooting of Dontae Martin is one step closer to being heard by a grand jury, according to Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer. The sheriff’s office recently received the county coroner’s report, which was needed in order for the case to be presented to a grand jury, Plummer said. “Once the grand...
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