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01/12/2017 09:57 PM
Transgender debate spurs bathroom changes in Ohio schools

Months after a national debate over how transgender students use school restrooms, a school district just outside of Dayton, Ohio, is making modifications to existing boys' bathrooms at Fairmont High School "to increase privacy for all students." Like many districts, Kettering City Schools follows last year's federal directive that calls for students to have access to the bathroom of the gender with which they identify.


01/11/2017 04:40 PM
Chick-fil-A sets opening dates for two new Dayton-area locations

Chick-fil-A is planning to open two more stores in the Dayton area later this month.


01/06/2017 04:43 PM
Ohio City Councilmember May Have Lost his Seat, Due to Having Become a Presidential Elector

The city charter for Kettering, Ohio, says that city council members must not hold any other public office. One of the members of the Kettering city council, Robert L. Scott, was an Ohio presidential elector.


01/01/2017 10:46 AM
Ohio detective pleads guilty to stealing pills from home

A former suburban Dayton detective will give up his Ohio peace officer certification after pleading guilty to stealing prescription pills from a home after police investigated a reported possible break-in. Thirty-seven-year-old Ryan Meno faces up to 30 months in prison at his Jan. 31 sentencing after his guilty plea to theft of drugs, theft in office and obstructing official business.


12/30/2016 02:39 PM
Kettering seeking funds for Rosewood Arts Centre updates

The city of Kettering is requesting funds to help pay for $4.6 million in upgrades at the Rosewood Arts Centre.


12/30/2016 12:43 PM
Michael J. Stathas

On Fiesta Bowl media day, Sport Director Jack Pohl caught up with a pair of local Ohio State players who are making an impact on the Buckeye KETTERING, Ohio - One man is in custody Friday after he's accused of robbing a 5/3 bank in Kettering. It happened Dec. 26 at 4120 Far Hills Avenue.


12/28/2016 01:35 PM
Q&A: Lourdes Lambert, principal of Archbishop Alter High School

Q: What is your school doing around STEM education? A: We have a vibrant STEM program that includes engineering classes, human anatomy classes, computer science courses, and a wide variety of science and math courses that are all designed around the concept of inquiry based learning.


12/28/2016 09:17 AM
Kettering company to expand headquarters, hire 60 more workers

A Kettering company has plans to expand its local headquarters and hire 60 more workers in the region.


12/27/2016 03:42 AM
Missing woman found dead in parking lot near Dayton

KETTERING, Ohio - Police near Dayton are investigating the death of a woman whose body was discovered in a parking lot.


12/18/2016 06:53 PM
Secret Santa pays nearly $5K in layaways at Ohio Wal-Mart

Store manager Darren Dooley tells the Hamilton-Middletown Journal-News the anonymous Santa paid off layaway items at a Wal-Mart store in Middletown last week. He did the same thing last year as well.