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The City of Kettering paid over $2 million in overtime in 2014, according to the latest numbers obtained by the Dayton Business Journal.


Missing From: KETTERING, OH. Missing Date: 02/07/1999. Erica's photo is shown age-progressed to 24 years.


A new business has been proposed on the site of the former WHIO-TV station on Wilmington Pike.


Ashford Construction & Development Co. out of Dayton has proposed a new self-storage facility at 1414 Wilmington Pike, right on the city's border with Kettering.


The Vectren Dayton Air Show is coming up this weekend at the Dayton International Airport; and one of the star attractions will be the This will be the pilots first time ever performing in the U.S. "The Dayton Vectren Dayton Show is very famous in the U.S. It's a big show," said one of the creating member of the team, Jacques Bothelin. People can catch up with the Breitling Jet Team ahead of Saturday and Sunday's show.


A 31-year-old southwest Ohio man has been indicted on murder charges after the fatal stabbing of a neighbor in an apartment building that houses the homeless and disabled. Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck Jr. said Thursday that a grand jury indicted Sean Sorrentino of the Dayton suburb of Kettering.


As it continues a $1.5 million renovation of its office, a local design and engineering firm says it will now be able to hire dozens more employees. Heapy Engineering is in the process of a $1.5 million office renovation at its Kettering headquarters to allow it to house more employees, said Michael Berning , senior principal at Heapy.


A Cincinnati investor and University of Dayton alum just purchased eight properties along Brown Street that make him one of the key landlords on the busy retail strip. Anthony Sansalone bought the land, buildings and parking lots of the properties from Chipotle to Five Guys on Brown Street and Jasper Street from multiple owners, and has consolidated them all under the company Brown at Stewart Investments LLC. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.


Jungle Red Salon will move from Far Hills Avenue to Austin Landing. Developer RG Properties announced that the full-service hair salon has signed a lease for space in the new retail and office building that will open in the fall.


Charges are pending approval from the Montgomery County Prosecutor's Office. He could face charges of assault on a police officer, obstructing official business, resisting arrest, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.


Woman, 31, and her boyfriend, 34, were among eight people accused of procuring dozens of forged painkiller prescriptions, filling them at pharmacies and selling pills to drug dealers and users. Amanda R. Pappert, 31, of Kettering, pleaded guilty in Dayton's U.S. District Court on Friday to one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances, namely Oxycodone, Hydrocodone and Methadone.


Soin Medical Center is set to begin a $10 million expansion project next week, the hospital announced Wednesday. The project will add approximately 30 beds and additional therapy space to support the hospital's joint, spine, hernia and cardiac programs.


The owner of the Kettering Tower plans to invest more than $2.5 million in efficiency upgrades to the building through a financing tool that is new to the Dayton area. The upgrades could help reposition the tower in the market, and pave the way for other downtown buildings to use the tool.


PRLog - June 2, 2015 - DAYTON, Ohio -- Aviation enthusiasts will have an opportunity to meet members of the acclaimed Breitling Jet Team , prior to their appearance at the Vectren Dayton Air Show , which will take place at the Dayton International Airport June 20-21. All eight members of the Breitling Jet Team will appear at James Free Jewelers in Kettering on Thursday, June 18, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The event is free and open to all ages.


Officers were called to 1259 Westcliff Court around 7:15 p.m. Tuesday. The neighborhood in which it sits is south of West Dorothy Lane and east of South Dixie Drive.


Police say the man and woman used stolen cards at several area businesses on May 12 in East Dayton, Kettering and Riverside. The man is described as 20-30 years old, with reddish blonde hair.