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Beavercreek schools to consider restoring some programs
 The Beavercreek school board was cautiously optimistic that a new operating levy, which appears to have passed by 30 votes, will survive a recount. But, the district’s financial officer warned the additional money will not restore all the programs and services cut during the past two years. “You are not going to be able to do...

3:11 AM Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

The Beavercreek school board was cautiously optimistic that a new operating levy, which appears to have passed by 30 votes, will survive a recount. But, the district’s financial officer warned the additional money will not restore all the programs and services cut during the past two years. “You are not going to be able to do...
Beavercreek school levy passes by 30 votes but goes to automatic recount
 The Beavercreek school district 6.3 mill emergency levy appears to have passed by 30 votes, following the opening of 84 provisional and 24 late-arriving absentee ballots by the Greene County Board of Elections on Tuesday. Because the margin was less than 1/2 of 1 percent of the more than 16,300 ballots,  there will be an automatic recount...

9:49 PM Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013

The Beavercreek school district 6.3 mill emergency levy appears to have passed by 30 votes, following the opening of 84 provisional and 24 late-arriving absentee ballots by the Greene County Board of Elections on Tuesday. Because the margin was less than 1/2 of 1 percent of the more than 16,300 ballots, there will be an automatic recount...
Automatic recount possible in Beavercreek school levy
 School officials and voters likely will know by this afternoon whether a five-year, 6.3 mill emergency school operating levy passed and whether there will be an automatic recount. Results from the Nov. 5 election had the levy failing by 29 votes. However, 93 provisional and 24 late-arriving absentee ballots were not counted in Greene County...

3:49 AM Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013

School officials and voters likely will know by this afternoon whether a five-year, 6.3 mill emergency school operating levy passed and whether there will be an automatic recount. Results from the Nov. 5 election had the levy failing by 29 votes. However, 93 provisional and 24 late-arriving absentee ballots were not counted in Greene County...
City staff proposes fifth alternative to increase space for city offices

4:14 AM Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013

City staff has proposed a fifth alternative for the reuse of a former elementary school that would provide more space for city offices and keep those offices downtown at a cost that would not sacrifice future city projects. For more than three years, city council and staff have been wrestling with the need for more space, patrticularly for...
Agencies concerned about uptick in people seeking help

3:34 AM Friday, Nov. 15, 2013

Social service agencies worry cuts to the federal food stamp program that went into effect earlier this month will put an additional strain on local food pantries as more people seek relief. “We’re hearing that from our agencies” said Michelle Riley, executive director of The Food Bank Inc., that distribute food to more...
Air Force chaplain charged with inducing panic

4:30 AM Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013

Prosecutors have charged an Air Force chaplain with inducing panic after he brought a paintball rifle into an area auto dealership as he complained about the dealership’s service. According to the Greene County Sheriff’s deputy’s report, witnesses said Capt. Henry Thomas, in uniform, entered the Hidy Hyundai dealership Nov...
Cities, legislators clash over municipal income tax reforms

5:05 AM Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013

City leaders around the region said Tuesday they are frustrated that a plan to standardize municipal income taxes that they initially championed now could cost their cities millions of dollars if passed by the General Assembly. But one of the bill’s sponsors said many of the fears are unfounded and the bill contains safeguards to ensure...
Beavercreek golf course continues financial struggle
 Beavercreek Golf Club is running more than $200,000 behind the same period last year in part because of bad weather. The city owns the golf club. The city will subsidize the course this year with $1,388,622 from the general fund, which pays for many of the city’s day-to-day operations. The around $1 million annual city subsidy covers...

3:06 AM Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013

Beavercreek Golf Club is running more than $200,000 behind the same period last year in part because of bad weather. The city owns the golf club. The city will subsidize the course this year with $1,388,622 from the general fund, which pays for many of the city’s day-to-day operations. The around $1 million annual city subsidy covers...
Task seeks 16 for drug trafficking

9:46 PM Thursday, Nov. 07, 2013

Law enforcement in four counties spent Thursday attempting to serve arrest warrants of 16 people indicted by a Greene County grand jury for alleged drug trafficking. The drug sweep in Greene, Montgomery, Hamilton and Franklin counties culminates a year-long undercover investigation of drug sales by Greene County ACE Task Force, said Bruce...
Boy, 13, faces charges in bus assault

8:52 PM Thursday, Nov. 07, 2013

Misdemeanor assault charges were filed Thursday against a 13-year-old boy who allegedly swung his backpack at another student riding a school bus, knocking out the victim. Police Detective Keith Salyers said the boy charged is in the custody of his parents. According to Salyers, the victim’s mother filed a complaint Oct. 31 with police...
Beavercreek School levy failing by 29 votes, recount likely
 The outcome of the school district’s 5-year 6.3 mill emergency levy for operations was too close to call on Tuesday night, according to final, unofficial results reported by the Greene County and Montgomery County boards of election. The combined totals for both counties showe 8,122 votes against the levy and 8,093 for the levy. That&rsquo...

4:14 AM Wednesday, Nov. 06, 2013

The outcome of the school district’s 5-year 6.3 mill emergency levy for operations was too close to call on Tuesday night, according to final, unofficial results reported by the Greene County and Montgomery County boards of election. The combined totals for both counties showe 8,122 votes against the levy and 8,093 for the levy. That&rsquo...
Greene County authorities seek links in attempted tire theft

5:05 AM Tuesday, Nov. 05, 2013

Greene County authorities are seeking possible links between an attempted tire theft Monday morning at an auto dealership and a series of similar thefts in Miamisburg. Detectives are looking for two suspects , who led a sheriff’s deputy on a chase from the dealership through Beavercreek Township and Beavercreek — ramming the deputy&rsquo...
3 in race for Beavercreek mayor
 With three candidates for three seats, the only thing at stake in the City Council race is who will be mayor and vice mayor. Under the city charter, the candidate with the most votes in an odd-numbered year election is the mayor for the first two years of the four-year term. The one who places second is the vice mayor. The race is among incumbents...

4:00 AM Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013

With three candidates for three seats, the only thing at stake in the City Council race is who will be mayor and vice mayor. Under the city charter, the candidate with the most votes in an odd-numbered year election is the mayor for the first two years of the four-year term. The one who places second is the vice mayor. The race is among incumbents...
Five candidates seek two seats on board of trustees

4:00 AM Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013

Five candidates, including the incumbents, are vying for two seats on the three-person township Board of Trustees. You can learn more about the candidates and other issues on the Nov. 5 ballot in our interactive voters guide at vote.daytondailynews.com. Also, view pictures of each candidate here. The candidates for Beavercreek Twp. trustee...
Beavercreek school treasurer resigns

12:39 AM Friday, Oct. 18, 2013

School Treasurer Stephen Maag resigned Friday following a district investigation that started in September after the board of education learned of “irregularity” with signatures on two documents from the district’s 2011 and 2012 audits. Maag has been on unpaid administrative leave since Oct. 1. The documents in question...
6 running for Beavercreek School Board

8:47 PM Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013

The slate of six candidates running for three Beavereek School Board seats includes a former district superintendent, a former teacher, a civilian Air Force worker, an engineer, a building contractor and a home business owner. In the Dayton Daily News voters guide, candidates were asked about the district’s previous unsuccessful attempts...
Beavercreek council approves RTA bus stops
 City Council approved RTA bus stops near the Mall at Fairfield Commons by a 5-2 vote Monday after the federal government found the city’s rejection of the stops two years ago violated the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The city was at risk of losing more than $10 million in federal highway funding if it did not revisit a March 2011 decision...

1:34 AM Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013

City Council approved RTA bus stops near the Mall at Fairfield Commons by a 5-2 vote Monday after the federal government found the city’s rejection of the stops two years ago violated the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The city was at risk of losing more than $10 million in federal highway funding if it did not revisit a March 2011 decision...
Ohio National Guard soldiers return from Afghanistan deployment
 A roar greeted the 159 men and women of the Ohio National Guard 1487th Transportation Company, the Iron Camels, as they marched Friday into the Piqua High School gym after 280 days in Afghanistan. The Piqua-based unit, that includes soldiers from West Central Ohio, last visited the gym Nov. 14, then 160 strong. The missing man was on the...

10:58 PM Friday, Oct. 04, 2013

A roar greeted the 159 men and women of the Ohio National Guard 1487th Transportation Company, the Iron Camels, as they marched Friday into the Piqua High School gym after 280 days in Afghanistan. The Piqua-based unit, that includes soldiers from West Central Ohio, last visited the gym Nov. 14, then 160 strong. The missing man was on the...
Mistakes cost township taxpayers thousands

3:42 AM Friday, Oct. 04, 2013

Xenia Twp. taxpayers have lost at least $5,000 during the past 18 months with more to come from late fees, penalties and interest because the newly elected fiscal officer did not make pension contributions, insurance payments, federal taxes and vendors’ fees in a timely matter. That total is expected to grow after the Internal Revenue...
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