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Published: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 @ 9:16 PM
A ribbon-cutting Wednesday introduced The Dona Sheley Women's Health Center, at Soin Medical Center, next to The Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek.
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The center, which provides an array of health services in one location, is equipped with a full range of obstetrics and gynecology services, plus a new Kettering Breast Evaluation Center.
Through the evaluation center, women will have access to a multitude of diagnostic services that include 3D mammography and osteoporosis diagnostic services.
There will be an open house June 20 for the center’s grand opening.
The opening will consist of a tour and staff meet-and-greet. In addition, there will be a health fair, a breast health presentation, and women's physician panel.
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The center honors Dona Sheley of Jamestown, who died in 1994. Sheley was a music teacher for most of her life and best known for her care and compassion for others, according to a Kettering Health statement.
The Kettering Health Network is a not-for-profit network of eight hospitals, 10 emergency departments, and 120 outpatient facilities serving southwest Ohio, according to a Kettering Health statement.
Published: Friday, April 20, 2018 @ 2:14 PM
DAYTON — Video a Belmont mother said shows a teacher threatening her son at the high school Wednesday led to a police response to the school, one of 18 so far in 2018, according to records.
The mother said the dispute began over her son playing music on a computer inside the school and then escalated.
Since Jan. 1, Dayton police have responded to the high school 18 times, several which included assaults and fights, according to records.
Dayton Public Schools has made changes in the wake of the numerous incidents at the school.
“Because of this type of behavior occurring regularly at Belmont, the district took strong action and adjusted that building’s disciplinary support,” a statement from the district read.
Belmont is now managed by a team of 11 Dayton Public Schools staff members, who daily, carefully monitor the details of academics and discipline, according to the district.
Published: Friday, April 20, 2018 @ 4:08 PM
— A man was arrested following a pursuit across two counties Thursday night that ended with his vehicle in a field.
Christopher Thornton, 38, of Phillipsburg, was arrested on suspicion of failure to comply, child endangering, theft of a motor vehicle and resisting arrest, according to St. Marys police.
St. Marys police were responding to the report of a stolen vehicle spotted in the Auglaize County city near a gas station on the corner of Main and South streets around 10 p.m., according to police.
That triggered the pursuit that continued into southern Auglaize and ended, after stop sticks were used to deflate tires, in a Mercer County field in the 1100 block of Goettmoeller Road.
A child related to Thornton, whose age was not released, was in the stolen vehicle, police said. The child’s condition was not released.
Published: Friday, April 20, 2018 @ 4:30 PM
UNION — The bomb squad is on the scene at a home on Laurelgrove Drive in Union this afternoon.
The incident has been going on since at least 3:45 p.m., according to a witness.
Police seem to be centering their investigation in the backyard of a home in the first block of Laurelgrove.
Published: Thursday, April 19, 2018 @ 2:45 PM
Updated: Thursday, April 19, 2018 @ 8:16 PM
YELLOW SPRINGS — UPDATE @ 8:01 p.m.: The shooting at the Hosket Veterinary Services on Thursday is being investigated as a self-inflicted fatality, Greene County sheriff’s Chief Deputy Mike Brown said.
Deputies dispatched about 11:20 a.m. to the business, 4450 U.S. 68 North, found an individual who had suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound, Chief Deputy Mike Brown said. He declined to release any more information, saying the case remains under investigation.
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A Greene County coroner’s investigator has removed the body.
Community members and friends who went to the business said they are stunned that something like this happened here.
“I mean, this is so devastating. It’s hard to even talk about it,” said Pamela Davis.
People who had come to the business for appointments found deputies engaged in their investigation of the incident.
“My sympathy is to the family. All we can do is lean on each other and be supportive of them,” Kathy McConehea, of Yellow Springs.