VANDALIA, Ohio (WDTN) - Vandalia firefighters are settling into their new station Sunday night.
The city dedicated the Peters Pike fire house last week.
But on Sunday the public and firefighters got to take a look at the new building. It replaces the old station on Dixie Drive.
The station took 5 years to build and was designed using input from firefighters on the job.
"If they'd have been in the old building they would have seen some of the living conditions, and they would appreciate the reason why we've done some of the things we've done here," Chief Chad Follick said.
The facility cost about $3 million to build.
Assurant opened its new Dayton site this week but is still looking for workers to fill job openings.
When police and firefighters arrived, Kettering Fire Lt. Craig Moore said the victim was trying to go back inside the burning home.
It could be a big day in the on-going contract negotiations for Fairborn teachers and the school board.
The Tri-State's newest gambling establishment will throw open it's doors today at noon so you can throw down your money.
This year, they will help 13 families in need buy toys, clothing and other items.