August 31, 2013 by Sarah
Centerville, Ohio, plans to continue honoring its veterans by adding to the Veterans Memorial, located in Stubbs Park. Five new bronze medallions, each depicting scenes of military service during both peace and war, are set to be installed at the site.
The bas-relief medallions are [Read more]
July 16, 2013 by James
Centerville residents who work in or travel through Kettering, a town about four miles distant, should be aware that several streets will be closed there as two bridges over the Little Beaver Creek are resurfaced.
As of July 22, Spaulding Road in [Read more]
June 3, 2013 by Sarah
The Yankee Trace senior housing may soon be enlarged, thanks to the Centerville City Council’s decision to rezone the area.
The decision came May 20 and [Read more]
May 7, 2013 by Sarah
Last Saturday, May 4, centerville residents learned a lot more about the Civil War, thanks to the Washington-Centerville Public Library and its partner, the Centerville-Washington Township Historical Society.
The two teamed up to [Read more]
April 2, 2013 by Mark
The Dr. John Hole Elementary School in Centerville, Ohio, will host a fun run for participants of all ages on April 14, 2013.
The “Tiger Trot” is the [Read more]
April 1, 2013 by Mark
The Dr. John Hole Elementary School in centerville, Ohio, will host a fun run for participants of all ages on April 14, 2013.
The “Tiger Trot” is the first annual 5K/10K and 1K run that [Read more]
March 6, 2013 by Sarah
Oberer’s Flowers will be opening a store in Centerville, Ohio, according to news that broke in late February.
The flower company is a [Read more]
February 5, 2013 by Mark
The Conner Group, which is headquartered in centerville, has recently sold the Kettering apartment community in Georgetown. According to the records of Montgomery County, the apartment community was sold for $12.7m.
The purchaser is listed in the Ohio Secretary of State database as BWIP Georgetown Owner LLC. The incorporation documents list the buyer as Paul Kiebler, who owns Apollo Property Management – a company based in Cleveland.
Ryan Ernst, who serves as spokesman for the Conner Group, said the sale should not be seen as an indication that the company plans to pull out of the area. He explains:
“We’re always looking in the Dayton market. It’s just not quite as active as some of the other markets we’re in. We want to be in Dayton long-term, and that includes operations as well.”
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The Connor Group purchased the Kettering apartment community in 1997. It is an apartment community consisting of 325 units and is situated at 4889 Far Hill Avenue. Ernst says that the sale of the community is simply an example of the Conner Group seizing on a good opportunity to benefit its investors. Pau Kiebler of Apollo Property Management, who is listed as the buyer, was unable to be reached for a comment.
January 22, 2013 by James
Dealer’s Choice in Centerville is expanding its operations to Kettering, which is approximately four and a half miles to the north. The cosmetic automotive repair shop has purchased the building previously occupied by [Read more]
December 6, 2012 by James
Pizzelii Pizzeria, owned by Garry Gottenbusch, Bob Slattery, and Barry Greve, is scheduled to open next month in cincinnati, southwest of centerville. The restaurant will feature brick oven pizza and will serve soft drinks, beer, and wine. Expected to open in January, Pizzelii Pizzeria will be located at 7605 wooster Pike, next to Hahana Beach.
New businesses coming into the Centerville and surrounding area are likely to use local printing services for business documents such as business card printing , stationery printing, and banner printing. As restaurants and other business celebrate grand openings, they may also use flyer or poster printing to advertise special promotions.
Gottenbusch owns Servatii’s, while Slattery is the owner of Wags Dog Park, Hahana Beach, and the recently renovated Heritage House. Greve, meanwhile, has owned Larosa franchises for the last two decades. According to Gottenbusch, he and Slattery have been working on their brick oven pizza for the last three years, perfecting their recipe. The two entrepreneurs decided recently that their brick oven pizzas were ready to be released to the public. Gottenbusch said that the pizza customers at Pizzelii Pizza will taste was actually created over two centuries ago.
The pizzeria will specialize in Neapolitan pizza, which has a thin crust and is baked at very high temperatures. According to Gottenbusch, oven temperatures are as high as 800 degrees. He said that the high temperatures, in combination with fresh ingredients, guarantees that customers will receive good food and fast service. The dough will be prepared daily in house and only fresh ingredients will be served on each pizza.