You have reached your limit of free articles this month.

Enjoy unlimited access to SpringfieldNewsSun.com

Starting at just 99¢ for 8 weeks.

GREAT REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE TODAY!

  • IN-DEPTH REPORTING
  • INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING
  • NEW TOPICS & COVERAGE
  • ePAPER
X

You have read of premium articles.

Get unlimited access to all of our breaking news, in-depth coverage and interactive features. Starting at just 99c for 8 weeks.

X

Welcome to SpringfieldNewsSun.com

Your source for Clark and Champaign counties’ hometown news. All readers have free access to a limited number of stories every month.

If you are a News-Sun subscriber, please take a moment to login for unlimited access.

Home  /   Staff Members  /   Profile

advertisement

advertisement


Latest from

200 items
Results 21 - 40 of 200  Prev Next 
Deputy tells woman she can’t breastfeed in public
 The Montgomery County Sheriff’s office is investigating a claim about a deputy ordering a Riverside woman to stop breastfeeding in public while inside the county’s Job & Family Services building. Alainna Nichols said the deputy told her she could not breastfeed while she was in the lobby of the county building, 1111 S. Edwin...

8:05 PM Saturday, Sep. 05, 2015

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s office is investigating a claim about a deputy ordering a Riverside woman to stop breastfeeding in public while inside the county’s Job & Family Services building. Alainna Nichols said the deputy told her she could not breastfeed while she was in the lobby of the county building, 1111 S. Edwin...
Deputy’s actions reviewed after breastfeeding complaint
 Trending on Facebook The Montgomery County Sheriff’s office is investigating a claim about a deputy ordering a Riverside woman to stop breastfeeding in public while inside the county’s Job & Family Services building. Alainna Nichols said the deputy told her she could not breastfeed while she was in the lobby of the county...

8:05 PM Saturday, Sep. 05, 2015

Trending on Facebook The Montgomery County Sheriff’s office is investigating a claim about a deputy ordering a Riverside woman to stop breastfeeding in public while inside the county’s Job & Family Services building. Alainna Nichols said the deputy told her she could not breastfeed while she was in the lobby of the county...
Vandalia to use national, online tool to recruit police

4:00 AM Saturday, Sep. 05, 2015

The city of Vandalia is hoping a partnership with a national civil service testing company will help the police department have a larger pool of candidates when it comes to filling police officer jobs. The police department’s plans to pursue a contract with National Testing Network, Police Chief Douglas Knight told the city’s...
Family donates teen’s organs

10:11 PM Tuesday, Sep. 01, 2015

The father of a teen girl killed in Friday’s accident on Wolf Creek Pike in Perry Township said his daughter’s organs were donated to help save the lives of others. Emily King was a passenger in a silver 2002 Ford Crown Victoria that was traveling south on Wolf Creek Pike, south of Providence Road, when it went off the right side...
Jefferson Twp. offers mobile health program
 History of health care for Jefferson Township Jefferson Township, a rural area located west of Interstate 75, has an aging population, no public transportation and is disconnected from Dayton-area health facilities. That is according to a 2015 health assessment by Reach Out of Montgomery County and local medical students. “The city...

4:05 PM Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015

History of health care for Jefferson Township Jefferson Township, a rural area located west of Interstate 75, has an aging population, no public transportation and is disconnected from Dayton-area health facilities. That is according to a 2015 health assessment by Reach Out of Montgomery County and local medical students. “The city...
Clayton in negotiations over proposed golf academy
 The city of Clayton is in negotiations with the owner of the North Dayton Golf Academy to see if the golf academy should move into the city’s newly acquired golf course and banquet facility, Meadowbrook at Clayton. The idea of the golf academy’s move from the driving range at 6250 Union Road to the city-owned 18-hole golf course...

7:56 PM Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015

The city of Clayton is in negotiations with the owner of the North Dayton Golf Academy to see if the golf academy should move into the city’s newly acquired golf course and banquet facility, Meadowbrook at Clayton. The idea of the golf academy’s move from the driving range at 6250 Union Road to the city-owned 18-hole golf course...
Township to discuss land use plan

9:46 PM Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015

The results of Jefferson Twp.’s Strategic Land Use Plan surveys, which were distributed twice this year to residents, will be revealed at a community meeting Thursday night. The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Blairwood Elementary School, 1241 Blairwood Ave. The purpose of the Strategic Land Use Plan is to establish a...
Cultural festival this weekend
 The kick-off for the Dayton African American Cultural Festival started with Friday’s induction of the latest members of the Dayton Africana Elders Council. This year’s festival theme is “It’s a Family Affair: Culture Matters.” The festival will be held 12 to 8 p.m., Aug. 22 at Island MetroPark, 101 Helena St...

2:55 AM Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015

The kick-off for the Dayton African American Cultural Festival started with Friday’s induction of the latest members of the Dayton Africana Elders Council. This year’s festival theme is “It’s a Family Affair: Culture Matters.” The festival will be held 12 to 8 p.m., Aug. 22 at Island MetroPark, 101 Helena St...
Firefighter’s wife charged in daycare arson
 The wife of a Xenia fire lieutenant has been indicted on aggravated arson charges after police accused her of setting a fire at her job at a local daycare with more than three dozen people inside. Erika VanDyne, 35, has been charged with one count of aggravated arson, one count of arson, one count of inducing panic and one count of tampering...

8:17 PM Friday, Aug. 21, 2015

The wife of a Xenia fire lieutenant has been indicted on aggravated arson charges after police accused her of setting a fire at her job at a local daycare with more than three dozen people inside. Erika VanDyne, 35, has been charged with one count of aggravated arson, one count of arson, one count of inducing panic and one count of tampering...
Active shooter and natural disaster training subject of Saturday forum

10:38 PM Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015

Mass shootings this summer resulting in multiple deaths is prompting local leaders to educate the public on ways to protect themselves should they encounter an active shooter situation. A forum on the issue, which will also include information on natural disaster planning, is scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at St. Margaret’s Episcopal...
Trotwood searching for new economic development leader
 The non-profit organization that handles economic development for the city of Trotwood is seeking a new executive director. The professional service contract between Norm Essman of Norm Essman Consulting, LLC. and the Trotwood Community Improvement Corporation expired on June 30. Essman, who has been the corporation’s executive director...

11:06 PM Monday, Aug. 17, 2015

The non-profit organization that handles economic development for the city of Trotwood is seeking a new executive director. The professional service contract between Norm Essman of Norm Essman Consulting, LLC. and the Trotwood Community Improvement Corporation expired on June 30. Essman, who has been the corporation’s executive director...
 Old Vandalia bank to house boutique, flight crews
 To Debbie Fain, the property at 115 E. National Road is more than just the site of the old Vandalia State Bank. It’s an opportunity to start over. On the verge of losing her facilities project manager job to outsourcing, Fain originally thought about renting some space in the 1940s era building when she first saw the property. &ldquo...

5:30 PM Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015

To Debbie Fain, the property at 115 E. National Road is more than just the site of the old Vandalia State Bank. It’s an opportunity to start over. On the verge of losing her facilities project manager job to outsourcing, Fain originally thought about renting some space in the 1940s era building when she first saw the property. &ldquo...
200 items
Results 21 - 40 of 200  Prev Next 

advertisement

advertisement