5 local things to know Thursday

Some Dole bagged salads products that were produced at the Springfield plant have been recalled, including ones that beginning with an A in its manufacturing code. Katie Wedell/Staff
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Some Dole bagged salads products that were produced at the Springfield plant have been recalled, including ones that beginning with an A in its manufacturing code. Katie Wedell/Staff

A second lawsuit has been filed related to the outbreak of listeria linked to Dole’s Springfield processing plant. Attorneys claim their client died as a result of consuming a ready-to-eat salad purchased in Belmont County in January.

2. Can you ID this man?

Kettering police have been getting calls and information about a man who is accused of groping women. The suspect is described as a white male, with lighter hair, in his early 20s.

Kettering police believe this man may be groping women. (Contributed)
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Kettering police believe this man may be groping women. (Contributed)

3. 100 deadliest days on the road

The most dangerous time on Ohio’s roads and those across the nation is the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The leading cause of death for teens in the U.S. is motor vehicle crashes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Historically, the fatality risk for teens increases during the summer months.

Parents are reminded to stay involved with their teen drivers. Most parents are engaged when their teen is learning to drive, but it should not stop there. CONTRIBUTED
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Parents are reminded to stay involved with their teen drivers. Most parents are engaged when their teen is learning to drive, but it should not stop there. CONTRIBUTED

4. Free Chick-fil-a

The time to get a free chicken sandwich from Chick-fil-a is from June 1 to June 11. All you have to do is download or update Chick-fil-a’s new app, Chick-fil-a One, according to a Wednesday news release.

5. 3 things to do in Dayton today

Nelsonville Music Festival

Day passes for Thursday and Sunday are going for $50 while day passes for Friday and Saturday are $75 for the Nelsonville Music Festival that starts today. Randy Newman, Gillian Welch, Gary Clark Jr., Courtney Barnett and other artists will be performing.

The Stack

Black Box Improv Theater founder Justin Howard (center) with some of his castmates from Womit 2.0. The improv comedy troupe, which performs weekly in Dayton, is performing in the prestigious Del Close Marathon in New York on June 28. DON THRASHER/CONTRIBUTED
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Black Box Improv Theater founder Justin Howard (center) with some of his castmates from Womit 2.0. The improv comedy troupe, which performs weekly in Dayton, is performing in the prestigious Del Close Marathon in New York on June 28. DON THRASHER/CONTRIBUTED

Four groups of improvisers take the stage tonight starting at 7 p.m. at The Black Box Improv Theater, 518 E. Third St., Dayton. Each group will have 30 minutes. BYOB.

Another Afternoon High Tea

 The Dayton Woman's Club was founded in 1916. According to the club's website,
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The Dayton Woman's Club was founded in 1916. According to the club's website,

Reservations are required for an assortment of traditional teas and treats with the Dayton Woman’s Club, 225 N. Ludlow St. The event is from 2 to 4 p.m. and cost $18.