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The felony arrest of an 8-year old Kettering student after bomb threats this month has elevated the issue of school security even more in the minds of parents, educators and law enforcement officials. Authorities in law enforcement, school security and related vocations echoed a child psychologist's thoughts that boy suspected in the two written bomb threats at Oakview Elementary School is "awfully young" to face felony charges.


The Ohio State women's cross country team opened its 2014 season with a dominating performance at the Dayton Flyer 5k Challenge Saturday morning in Kettering, Ohio.


The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services show more than 17,800 job openings posted online between June 14 and July 13 in the 14-county Dayton and west Ohio region.


There were 17,800 jobs open in Ohio last month, according to numbers released Friday.


Sleep Outfitters is planning a new Kettering store. The West Virginia-based mattress company has six locations in the Dayton region, and has submitted plans with the city of Kettering for a seventh store.


Police tell us the suspect is the same man Centerville police are investigating for showing at two elementary schools last week.


The Hi Point See Saws Square Dance Club of Bellefontaine has been staying busy recently and has several events on the horizon, which they are welcoming members of the community to attend.


Joey D. Thompson, 45, is accused of lurking around Weller Elementary School Tuesday, and actually going inside Primary Village North.


Paul and Arbadella "Arbie" Frank, of rural Sidney, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Aug. 28, 2014, with their children and grandchildren.


A Kettering retirement community is gearing up for a $250,000 renovation. One Lincoln Park, a retirement community at Isaac Prugh Way in Kettering, will begin renovations to expand its main lobby and transportation office, adding a new gathering space for residents and guests.


Plumes of smoke greeted many Beavercreek residents Tuesday evening as one of the buildings in the Stonebridge Apartments went up in flames.


From left, Rep. Andrew Thompson, Speaker William G. Batchelder and Rep. Matt Huffman listen to testimony on House Bill 597.


The streets could be safer, and you could be a little richer if you can help polce get three wanted suspects off our streets.


The founders of Sumera stand in front of the first location at 4313 Far Hills Ave. in Kettering.


The founders of a successful locally based regional restaurant chain are looking to hit gold again with a new fast casual chain.