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Man arrested on drug charges after failing to use signal

Dayton police arrested Keshawn Rivers for suspected drug possession, after a police officer pulled his car over for a traffic violation at 5:15 pm in Downtown Dayton on Monday.The officer reported she smelled marijuana coming from the Buick Le Sabre and found two open bottles of alcohol in the back ...

Delphi retirees cheer federal ruling

Salaried retirees of Delphi fighting for their full pensions for half a decade see hope in a five-page ruling issued Monday from a federal court in Detroit.Judge Arthur Tarnow directed the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. to relinquish all documents requested by salaried retirees in their lawsuit to restore their full ...

Dayton-area home sales flat in June

Dayton-area home sales were flat in June from a year ago, typically one of the busier months of the year for home buying and selling activity, according to new market figures released Tuesday by Dayton Area Board of Realtors.Last month, 1,288 homes sold in Greene, Montgomery and Preble counties and ...

Police: Men tell off-duty officer they're looking for heroin

Two men are in jail today, accused of telling an off-duty police officer they were looking for heroin, according to a police report.The officer was driving at Torrington Place and Benson Drive just after 4 p.m. when he stopped next to another car. The officer said he asked the men ...

Base ties for No. 1 in U.S.

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base has tied as the top Air Force base to be stationed among 68 stateside locations, according to Air Force Times research. The weekly newspaper and website looked at a dozen categories, used a point system to evaluate each and highlighted the top five and the lowest ...

Water Services to host ‘Donoritaville’ blood drive

Montgomery County Water Services will host a Community Blood Center (CBC) blood drive Aug. 1 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the conference room, 1850 Spaulding Road, Dayton.Everyone who registers to donate will receive the free “Donoritaville – Relax, lei back, donate… Givin’ is easy!” t-shirt.Donors are encouraged to ...

Man cut from car after crash

A man had to be cut out of his car this morning, after his vehicle collided with a truck.The crash happened at the intersection of South Union and Dayton Liberty roads just after 7 a.m.Police briefly shut down the intersection while they clear the scene. The man in the car ...

Police investigate at the house on Monday where a 7-month-old baby boy was killed when his step-grandmother’s dog attacked him Sunday.

Baby's dog-mauling death in Ohio ruled an accident

The death of 7-month-old Indianapolis boy who was mauled by a dog in Ohio on Sunday was ruled an accident even as family and investigators searched for answers Monday. Johnathan Quarles Jr. died from multiple blunt force injuries, according to preliminary autopsy findings from the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office, which ...

Car ends up on its top, Dayton cops interview driver

The driver of a car that ended up on its top early Tuesday could be charged with failure to control a motor vehicle, according to police.The driver and passenger, both young women, were not hurt in the accident that occurred in the 200 block of Volkenand Avenue at about 12:30 ...

Wiley’s comedy club to get new ownership

The owner of Wiley’s Comedy Niteclub has reached a preliminary agreement to sell Wiley’s to a group that also owns comedy clubs in Indianapolis and Louisville. Rob Haney, who has owned Wiley’s for 14 years, said the time was right to sell the comedy club located at 101 Pine St. ...

Johnathan Quarles Jr. Photo Courtesy of WTHR.

Infant’s dog-mauling death ruled accident

The death of 7-month-old Indianapolis boy who was mauled by a dog in Dayton on Sunday was ruled an accident even as family and investigators searched for answers Monday. Johnathan Quarles Jr. died from multiple blunt force injuries, according to preliminary autopsy findings from the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office, which ...

Steve Rauch talks about Jefferson Twp. BZA hearing

Steve Rauch talks about Jefferson Twp. BZA hearing

Steve Rauch talks about his reaction to the Jefferson Twp. Board of Zoning Appeals delaying a vote on his proposed compost facility that could be placed at his property at 7750 Dayton Farmersville Road.

Firefighter hurt at Summit Square apts. in Dayton

A Dayton firefighter was injured at Summit Square apartments and an investigator was trying to determine whether unattended cooking led to a fire that destroyed one unit and caused severe damage to at least three others.The injured firefighter was suffering from heat exhaustion and another was "sitting out" because of ...

Hearings begin on street light assessments

Hearings began Monday for the Dayton property owners who have objected to the fees they would pay under the city’s proposed street light program. Though most people who filed appeals did not show up for their hearings, the body tasked with reviewing the cases supported the objections in a handful ...

Man hurt touching live power lines on Timber Lane

A man believed to be rehabbing a house on Timber Lane was taken to a hospital Monday night after he was found on the ground, with live power lines underneath him.Fire crews were dispatched to the 2400 block of Timber Lane at about 6:45 p.m. on a report of a ...

The new University of Dayton logo.

Debate continues on new UD logo

The University of Dayton is following in the footsteps of a long list of other schools and corporations who have redesigned their logos in an effort to expand their brands to new markets and consumers.UD’s fresh logo is an effort to capitalize on the Flyers’ successful run in this year’s ...

Jefferson Twp, Sam Elam reacts to compost vote delay

Jefferson Twp, Sam Elam reacts to compost vote delay

Sam Elam, a Jefferson Twp. resident reacts to the decision of the Jefferson Township Board of Zoning Appeals to delay a vote on a proposed compost facility that could be placed at 7750 Dayton Farmersville Road.

Jennifer Wentzel as she inspected the pool at West Carrollton's Wilson Park.

Inspection reports expose problems at local pools

Dirty water, chemical imbalances and bad record keeping are just a few of the problems found by public health inspectors at pools here in the Miami Valley.  Inspectors from Public Health, Dayton and Montgomery County, check all public pools and private pools at condos and apartment complexes. They conduct an ...

Jefferson Twp. resident speaks out against compost facility

Jefferson Twp. resident speaks out against compost facility

A Jefferson Township resident addresses the township’s Board of Zoning Appeals regarding a proposed compost facility that could be placed at 7750 Dayton Farmersville Road.

'VD' or 'UD,' which do you see?

The University of Dayton has the right to change its logo anytime it dang well sees fit. That said, what’s up with that weird logo, UD? The Catholic institution unveiled the bizarre replacement for the logo everyone seemed to like on Friday at UD Arena. Saying the response to the ...

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