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01/17/2018 06:11 PM
Kelley joins Army National Guard

Bellefontaine High School & Ohio Hi-Point junior Aubrey Kelley has made the decision to serve her country in the Army National Guard. She signed on January 4, and joined the Guard as Unit Supply Specialist in the 155th Chemical Battalion in Kettering, Ohio.


01/16/2018 02:32 PM
Longtime instructor to open new karate studio in Kettering

A karate instructor who began teaching fourteen years ago will soon open his first studio.


01/07/2018 08:53 PM
Greene County marriages

William J. Marshall of Spring Valley and Maranda E. Hess of Spring Valley applied for a marriage license. Date of marriage not on record.


12/29/2017 02:12 PM
Kettering bridge to open January 3

The Montgomery County Engineering Office said Friday the bridge was originally going to open Saturday, December 31 but the cold weather delayed the project. WDTN.com provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on the stories we cover.


12/26/2017 10:35 AM
Mother, 2 children taken to hospital after Kettering crash

Police say a car ran a red light, hitting another car. The woman and her two children in the car that was hit were taken to a hospital, with reported minor injuries.


12/24/2017 08:47 PM
Medical issue causes driver to crash into Kettering building

Police were called to the 3600 block of Wilmington Pike on reports of a car into a structure around 4 this afternoon. Officers said a woman was heading to urgent care when she suffered a seizure causing her to step on the gas and crash into a wall.


12/23/2017 04:08 AM
Mad Minute stories from Friday, December 22nd

Authorities say an inmate with a skull tattooed on his face who escaped last month from a work crew in central California is back in custody. The Fresno Bee reports police arrested 27-year-old Corey Hughes on Thursday at a home in Stockton.


12/22/2017 02:26 PM
Baby Steps How hope spreads, even at the center of the opioid crisis Source: Cox Media Group

KETTERING, Ohio - In southwest Ohio, opioid abuse is just the start of a ripple effect that washes over a community. Children find their parents overdosing or even dead, passing down the trauma of addiction and straining the foster care system.


12/21/2017 10:21 PM
Parents give teachers wine bottles with picture of son's face for Christmas Source: Cox Media Group

But Mary Sommers of metro Dayton, Ohio said the teachers who taught her son this year deserved something a little more intoxicating. "How many coffee mugs does a teacher need?" Sommers asked.


12/21/2017 10:21 PM
Parents give teachers wine bottles with picture of son's face for Christmas

But Mary Sommers of metro Dayton, Ohio said the teachers who taught her son this year deserved something a little more intoxicating. "How many coffee mugs does a teacher need?" Sommers asked.


12/21/2017 10:21 PM
Trending Now Parents give teachers wine bottles with picture of son's face for Christmas

But Mary Sommers of metro Dayton, Ohio said the teachers who taught her son this year deserved something a little more intoxicating. "How many coffee mugs does a teacher need?" Sommers asked.