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11/28/2018 10:43 PM
Sidney man indicted for vehicular manslaughter -

A Sidney man has been indicted on one count of vehicular manslaughter, a second-degree misdemeanor, for his role in the death of a New Carlisle man killed a three-vehicle accident at state routes 571 and 201 in Bethel Township on June 30. Charles Robbins, 60, of Sidney, will be arraigned on the charge on Dec. 11, in Miami County Municipal Court, according to court records. Dan Hasting, 54, of New Carlisle, died in the crash, according to the Miami County Sheriff's Office.

11/23/2018 02:15 PM
Victim IDa d in fatal crash -

Miami County Sheriff's Office has identified the victim in a fatal two-vehicle accident at State Route 41 and Dayton-Brandt Road in Elizabeth Township on Wednesday. Richard Blauvelt, 40, of New Carlisle, was identified by the Miami County Sheriff's Office Deputy Richard Manns on Friday.

11/22/2018 11:32 PM
- Piqua Daily Call

The Zerkle family of Tipp City participated in the Tipp Turkey Trot at Kyle Park. The family ran the 10K along with grandmother Diane Seaman, 67, of New Carlisle who ran the benefit race for the eighth time on Thursday morning.

11/21/2018 11:58 PM
One dies in SR 41 crash - 7:37 pm updated:

First responders were dispatched to the crash scene around 5:15 p.m. The 911 caller indicated that one person might not be breathing. Elizabeth Township medics, along with Christiansburg Fire Department, and New Carlisle Fire responded to the scene where CPR was begun by bystanders and continued by paramedics, but they were unable to revive the victim who was pronounced dead at the scene.

11/21/2018 03:30 PM
Business of the Year spotlight: WENCO Construction Co.

WENCO Construction Co. is staying busy as it heads into the new year. Currently based in New Carlisle, the company will relocate in 2019 to a new facility under construction on Progress Court in Huber Heights.

11/17/2018 09:46 AM
Fire crew extinguishes flames after van catches fire

NEW CARLISLE, Ohio Fire crews responded to a van that caught fire Friday afternoon, and a viewer caught the whole thing on video. Grab the FREE WDTN News App for iPhone or Android .