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Tremayne Hogue

Tremayne Hogue is an All Media Journalist at Cox Media Group Ohio and covers Kettering, Oakwood, Centerville, Washington Twp, Bellbrook and Sugarcreek Twp.

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City of Bellbrook sign. TREMAYNE HOGUE / STAFF

9:16 PM Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

City of Bellbrook sign. TREMAYNE HOGUE / STAFF
Yankee Trace
Yankee Trace subdivision and golf course are in census tract 404.06 in Washington Twp. TREMAYNE HOGUE/STAFF PHOTO

8:53 PM Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

Yankee Trace subdivision and golf course are in census tract 404.06 in Washington Twp. TREMAYNE HOGUE/STAFF PHOTO
WPAFB, DP&L ready to help those in Hurricane Irma path
 Support from local companies and military have sprung into action to provide as much assistance as possible as Hurricane Irma, already on deadly path, approaches Florida. Eight F-15 Eagle Florida Air National Guard fighter jets arrived at Wright Patterson Air Force Base Thursday, in order to evade the landfall of the powerful storm, according...

9:13 PM Thursday, Sep. 07, 2017

Support from local companies and military have sprung into action to provide as much assistance as possible as Hurricane Irma, already on deadly path, approaches Florida. Eight F-15 Eagle Florida Air National Guard fighter jets arrived at Wright Patterson Air Force Base Thursday, in order to evade the landfall of the powerful storm, according...
Oakwood public safety director departing, to be replaced internally
 Oakwood is losing a long-time city employee in November and will make an appointment from within the city to fill his void. Public Safety Director Chief Alex Bebris will leave his position with the city to pursue a new career, according to a news release. Alan Hill will be appointed to his new role Nov. 10. Bebris held the position for the...

10:57 AM Wednesday, Sep. 06, 2017

Oakwood is losing a long-time city employee in November and will make an appointment from within the city to fill his void. Public Safety Director Chief Alex Bebris will leave his position with the city to pursue a new career, according to a news release. Alan Hill will be appointed to his new role Nov. 10. Bebris held the position for the...
Central State grad Omarosa may be on way out of Trump’s White House
 Central State University graduate and current White House advisor Omarosa Manigault could be on her way out of her role as communications director for the Office of Public Liaison if new Chief of Staff John Kelly has anything to say about it. MORE: Central State grad Omarosa Manigault joins Trump transition team According to the 
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8:21 PM Sunday, Sep. 03, 2017

Central State University graduate and current White House advisor Omarosa Manigault could be on her way out of her role as communications director for the Office of Public Liaison if new Chief of Staff John Kelly has anything to say about it. MORE: Central State grad Omarosa Manigault joins Trump transition team According to the ...
Centerville schools buy land for $2.8M; no plans yet for how to use it
 Centerville City Schools and Miami Valley Hospital announced a five-year partnership extension that includes the acquisition of 66 acres of land adjacent to Centerville High School. RELATED: Centerville schools may purchase land from Miami Valley Hospital The land was bought by the district from the hospital for $2.8 million. So what does...

6:00 PM Sunday, Sep. 03, 2017

Centerville City Schools and Miami Valley Hospital announced a five-year partnership extension that includes the acquisition of 66 acres of land adjacent to Centerville High School. RELATED: Centerville schools may purchase land from Miami Valley Hospital The land was bought by the district from the hospital for $2.8 million. So what does...
AlterFest 2017: What’s different 1 year later?
 Security for AlterFest this weekend will again include uniformed Kettering police officers and other security as the popular annual fundraiser is held for the first time since a shooting last year on a nearby street killed one teen. This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the shooting death of Fairmont High School student Ronnie Bowers...

5:33 PM Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017

Security for AlterFest this weekend will again include uniformed Kettering police officers and other security as the popular annual fundraiser is held for the first time since a shooting last year on a nearby street killed one teen. This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the shooting death of Fairmont High School student Ronnie Bowers...
Two proposed housing developments moving forward in Centerville
 Two proposed residential developments are moving forward in Centerville, with construction expected to begin this year on one of them. Construction on Savannah Place, a $15 million residential development in the Yankee Trace community, could start in the third or fourth quarter this year, according to developer Charles Simms of Charles Simms...

3:00 PM Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017

Two proposed residential developments are moving forward in Centerville, with construction expected to begin this year on one of them. Construction on Savannah Place, a $15 million residential development in the Yankee Trace community, could start in the third or fourth quarter this year, according to developer Charles Simms of Charles Simms...
Shared high-speed network could help suburbs fight crime, save money
 Several south suburbs will be asked to join a fiber optics “ring” that - advocates say - will save money, help solve crimes, benefit schools and invite business growth. The internet network would expand on the concept of a 911 system now shared by Centerville and Kettering, said Miami Valley Communications Council Executive Director...

1:00 PM Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017

Several south suburbs will be asked to join a fiber optics “ring” that - advocates say - will save money, help solve crimes, benefit schools and invite business growth. The internet network would expand on the concept of a 911 system now shared by Centerville and Kettering, said Miami Valley Communications Council Executive Director...
Wilmington Pike construction crews make big discovery
 A sizable underground storage tank found on Wilmington Pike could take weeks to remove and could halt the completion of sidewalk improvements to the stretch of road between Marshall and Stroop roads. Assistant City Manager Steve Bergstresser said the tank, about 6 feet in diameter and 14 to 20 feet long, was discovered at 3917 Wilmington...

3:18 PM Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017

A sizable underground storage tank found on Wilmington Pike could take weeks to remove and could halt the completion of sidewalk improvements to the stretch of road between Marshall and Stroop roads. Assistant City Manager Steve Bergstresser said the tank, about 6 feet in diameter and 14 to 20 feet long, was discovered at 3917 Wilmington...