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Dayton shooting: Doorbell camera records response to save lives
 People huddled in a doorway and citizens and first responders  treated the injured in a chaotic scene captured by a doorbell camera after an Oregon District mass shooting in Dayton.  It’s unclear how many people are huddled in the doorway of the building on East Fifth Street just after a gunman opened fire at 1:07 a.m. Sunday. ...

Posted: 21 days ago

People huddled in a doorway and citizens and first responders treated the injured in a chaotic scene captured by a doorbell camera after an Oregon District mass shooting in Dayton.  It’s unclear how many people are huddled in the doorway of the building on East Fifth Street just after a gunman opened fire at 1:07 a.m. Sunday. ...
Aid group on new tornado damage map: Needed this ‘like yesterday’
 A new map that pinpoints Montgomery County properties damaged by Memorial Day tornadoes promises to direct rebuilding efforts and help prevent insurance fraud and other abuses. It also foretells where losses of tax revenue may hurt local governments and school districts in coming years. After analyzing 14,000parcels in the tornadoes&rsquo...

Posted: 21 days ago

A new map that pinpoints Montgomery County properties damaged by Memorial Day tornadoes promises to direct rebuilding efforts and help prevent insurance fraud and other abuses. It also foretells where losses of tax revenue may hurt local governments and school districts in coming years. After analyzing 14,000parcels in the tornadoes&rsquo...
New property survey shows extent of tornado destruction
 Using sophisticated technology, a survey of tornado damage by the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office provides the most comprehensive count yet of the toll on properties by the Memorial Day tornadoes. The twisters affected 4,434 parcels of property in Montgomery County — destroying or inflicting major damage to 915 — according...

Posted: 23 days ago

Using sophisticated technology, a survey of tornado damage by the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office provides the most comprehensive count yet of the toll on properties by the Memorial Day tornadoes. The twisters affected 4,434 parcels of property in Montgomery County — destroying or inflicting major damage to 915 — according...
Survey shows tornadoes’ destruction across Montgomery County properties
 Memorial Day twisters affected 4,434 parcels of property in Montgomery County — destroying or inflicting major damage to 915 — according to new information of the fallout assembled by the auditor’s office.   The assessment shows nearly 15% of all property parcels in Harrison Twp. sustained damage, 371 either destroyed...

Posted: 24 days ago

Memorial Day twisters affected 4,434 parcels of property in Montgomery County — destroying or inflicting major damage to 915 — according to new information of the fallout assembled by the auditor’s office.   The assessment shows nearly 15% of all property parcels in Harrison Twp. sustained damage, 371 either destroyed...
Montgomery County waives permit, inspection fees for tornado demo, rebuilding
 Montgomery County Commissioners voted this week to waive fees for all permits and inspections for the demolition, repair and reconstruction of buildings damaged during Memorial Day tornadoes. The waiver is retroactive to May 27, which includes those in the first wave of demolition and repairs, said Erik Collins, the county’s community...

Posted: 25 days ago

Montgomery County Commissioners voted this week to waive fees for all permits and inspections for the demolition, repair and reconstruction of buildings damaged during Memorial Day tornadoes. The waiver is retroactive to May 27, which includes those in the first wave of demolition and repairs, said Erik Collins, the county’s community...
Judge to hear from county, Children Services union today
 Montgomery County and the union representing 270 of its child welfare workers will be in an unusual — if not unprecedented — closed-door session today with the judge who temporarily halted the workers’ strike. Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Richard Skelton ordered Children Services Division management and the...

Posted: 25 days ago

Montgomery County and the union representing 270 of its child welfare workers will be in an unusual — if not unprecedented — closed-door session today with the judge who temporarily halted the workers’ strike. Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Richard Skelton ordered Children Services Division management and the...
Montgomery County’s largest-ever bridge contract approved
 Commissioners approved the largest-ever construction contract for a bridge project in Montgomery County on Tuesday. County commissioners agreed to a $17 million deal with Eagle Bridge Co. to replace the Third Street bridge in downtown Dayton. “It’s not the longest, but it’s the most expensive because of the length and width...

Posted: 26 days ago

Commissioners approved the largest-ever construction contract for a bridge project in Montgomery County on Tuesday. County commissioners agreed to a $17 million deal with Eagle Bridge Co. to replace the Third Street bridge in downtown Dayton. “It’s not the longest, but it’s the most expensive because of the length and width...
Local tornado victims slow to get FEMA aid approval
 The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved a far lower percentage of grants to Memorial Day tornado survivors in Ohio at this point in the sign-up process than during the aftermath of other disasters, a FEMA official said Monday. Just 29% of grant applications have been approved, said Liz Gibson, FEMA’s voluntary agency liaison...

Posted: 26 days ago

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved a far lower percentage of grants to Memorial Day tornado survivors in Ohio at this point in the sign-up process than during the aftermath of other disasters, a FEMA official said Monday. Just 29% of grant applications have been approved, said Liz Gibson, FEMA’s voluntary agency liaison...
Website to coordinate tornado victim info and how to donate, volunteer
 A new website, MVStrong.org, will allow tornado survivors to more easily find assistance and give those who want to help a faster way to identify volunteer opportunities or donate to relief efforts. “In terms of getting help, there are a lot of resources out there … But it’s not all in one place,” said Laura...

Posted: 30 days ago

A new website, MVStrong.org, will allow tornado survivors to more easily find assistance and give those who want to help a faster way to identify volunteer opportunities or donate to relief efforts. “In terms of getting help, there are a lot of resources out there … But it’s not all in one place,” said Laura...
Problems with FEMA? Free legal clinic Saturday for tornado survivors
 Tornado survivors who need help dealing with Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, eligibility problems or denials can get free legal advice Saturday and at future sessions. Attorneys will be available from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Shiloh Church, 5300 Philadelphia Drive in Harrison Twp. Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc...

Posted: 30 days ago

Tornado survivors who need help dealing with Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, eligibility problems or denials can get free legal advice Saturday and at future sessions. Attorneys will be available from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Shiloh Church, 5300 Philadelphia Drive in Harrison Twp. Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc...
Woman feeds tornado survivors, nourishes self
 The morning after tornadoes hit, Neah Rainey cleaned out her personal and business bank accounts — to the last dime — stocked up at a grocery store and prepared to make hundreds of sandwiches. “I saw a lot of my friends on Facebook were trapped in their homes, in their basements. People were hurt, hungry and thirsty,&rdquo...

Posted: 30 days ago

The morning after tornadoes hit, Neah Rainey cleaned out her personal and business bank accounts — to the last dime — stocked up at a grocery store and prepared to make hundreds of sandwiches. “I saw a lot of my friends on Facebook were trapped in their homes, in their basements. People were hurt, hungry and thirsty,&rdquo...
County, union divide grows in Children Services dispute
 A rift between Montgomery County and the union representing its child welfare workers grew wider following this week’s county commission meeting. The day after a judge ordered striking workers represented by the Professionals Guild of Ohio (PGO) back to their jobs for 60 days, county commissioners approved $55,000 on outside legal counsel...

5:00 AM Thursday, Jul. 25, 2019

A rift between Montgomery County and the union representing its child welfare workers grew wider following this week’s county commission meeting. The day after a judge ordered striking workers represented by the Professionals Guild of Ohio (PGO) back to their jobs for 60 days, county commissioners approved $55,000 on outside legal counsel...
Citing tornadoes, Montgomery County treasurer extends property tax relief deadline
 The Montgomery County treasurer is extending until Wednesday, July 31, the deadline for property owners with tornado damage to turn in paperwork asking to delay tax payments. Since the Memorial Day tornadoes, 49 property owners have requested the extension, according to County Treasurer Russ Joseph. Property owners can extend the due date...

4:45 PM Wednesday, Jul. 24, 2019

The Montgomery County treasurer is extending until Wednesday, July 31, the deadline for property owners with tornado damage to turn in paperwork asking to delay tax payments. Since the Memorial Day tornadoes, 49 property owners have requested the extension, according to County Treasurer Russ Joseph. Property owners can extend the due date...
Judge halts Children Services strike for 60 days, orders public negotiations
 A day after a state board determined a strike by Montgomery County’s child welfare workers presented a clear and present danger to children, a judge on Monday ruled to extend for 60 days a restraining order he issued last week that halted the strike and ordered the sides to three negotiating sessions, including two in public. &ldquo...

2:45 PM Monday, Jul. 22, 2019

A day after a state board determined a strike by Montgomery County’s child welfare workers presented a clear and present danger to children, a judge on Monday ruled to extend for 60 days a restraining order he issued last week that halted the strike and ordered the sides to three negotiating sessions, including two in public. &ldquo...
Children Services strike hinges on emergency meeting today
 Whether a strike by Montgomery County child welfare workers presents a clear and present danger to the public is the subject of an emergency hearing this afternoon in Columbus. A judge temporarily halted the strike that began Friday, and the county’s Children Services division and the union representing the striking workers were summoned...

12:00 AM Sunday, Jul. 21, 2019

Whether a strike by Montgomery County child welfare workers presents a clear and present danger to the public is the subject of an emergency hearing this afternoon in Columbus. A judge temporarily halted the strike that began Friday, and the county’s Children Services division and the union representing the striking workers were summoned...
Famed architect, designer of Schuster Center, dies at 92
 César Pelli, the renowned architect who designed the Schuster Performing Arts Center in Dayton and Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center for the Arts, has died. He was 92. Born in Argentina, Pelli gained fame creating some of the most recognized buildings in the world, including the Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia, which ranked as the...

2:51 PM Saturday, Jul. 20, 2019

César Pelli, the renowned architect who designed the Schuster Performing Arts Center in Dayton and Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center for the Arts, has died. He was 92. Born in Argentina, Pelli gained fame creating some of the most recognized buildings in the world, including the Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia, which ranked as the...
Tornado survivors without means to rebuild in ‘limbo’
 Tornado survivors without the means to rebuild on their own and short on insurance or FEMA money should stay patient, say those working on long-term recovery efforts. It may be months longer, but help will come. While many who had adequate insurance are well on the way to rebuilding, others remain in “limbo,” said Amy Radachi...

10:00 AM Saturday, Jul. 20, 2019

Tornado survivors without the means to rebuild on their own and short on insurance or FEMA money should stay patient, say those working on long-term recovery efforts. It may be months longer, but help will come. While many who had adequate insurance are well on the way to rebuilding, others remain in “limbo,” said Amy Radachi...
State board to rule on future of Children Services strike
 Montgomery County’s Children Services division and the union representing its workers have been called to an emergency hearing on Sunday before the State Employment Relations Board. The board will determine whether a strike by Children Service workers, which was halted by a court on Friday for 72 hours, presents a clear and present...

2:48 PM Friday, Jul. 19, 2019

Montgomery County’s Children Services division and the union representing its workers have been called to an emergency hearing on Sunday before the State Employment Relations Board. The board will determine whether a strike by Children Service workers, which was halted by a court on Friday for 72 hours, presents a clear and present...
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