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From Chicken Bristle to Washington, every street has a story
 Their faces show up on U.S. currency, are buried in the history books or featured on the History Channel — the famous and the forgotten. What do they have in common? Streets are named for them from coast to coast, including Dayton. There’s James H. McGee, the busy boulevard named for the black civil rights attorney and former...

4:00 AM Sunday, Jun. 12, 2016

Their faces show up on U.S. currency, are buried in the history books or featured on the History Channel — the famous and the forgotten. What do they have in common? Streets are named for them from coast to coast, including Dayton. There’s James H. McGee, the busy boulevard named for the black civil rights attorney and former...
What led to Stanford assault?
 The two people whose lives converged on the campus of Stanford University didn’t know each other previously and, by all accounts, had only a brief encounter on the night of Jan. 17, 2015. After he attacked his victim, the 19-year-old freshman admitted he didn’t know her name and couldn’t even describe her to police. He&rsquo...

2:00 PM Saturday, Jun. 11, 2016

The two people whose lives converged on the campus of Stanford University didn’t know each other previously and, by all accounts, had only a brief encounter on the night of Jan. 17, 2015. After he attacked his victim, the 19-year-old freshman admitted he didn’t know her name and couldn’t even describe her to police. He&rsquo...
Letters asked judge for leniency in Brock Turner case
 Ex-Oakwood swimmer Brock Turner’s defense team prepared an arsenal of support ahead of his sentencing on sexual assault charges, with Oakwood Municipal Court Judge Margaret Quinn writing, “I know Brock did not go to that party intending to hurt, or entice, or overpower anyone.” Worldwide scorn continues to pour in over a...

12:04 AM Thursday, Jun. 09, 2016

Ex-Oakwood swimmer Brock Turner’s defense team prepared an arsenal of support ahead of his sentencing on sexual assault charges, with Oakwood Municipal Court Judge Margaret Quinn writing, “I know Brock did not go to that party intending to hurt, or entice, or overpower anyone.” Worldwide scorn continues to pour in over a...
Self-proclaimed mystic’s legal troubles lead to tax payoff
 Montgomery County received a $296,026.41 payout to settle the affairs of Annamalai Annamalai, the self-proclaimed Hindu mystic who for a time occupied the Paru Tower on North Main Street downtown. The check — back property taxes Annamalai owed on the 14-floor building — is coming from attorney Jonathan Hung, acting as the Montgomery...

5:03 PM Wednesday, Jun. 08, 2016

Montgomery County received a $296,026.41 payout to settle the affairs of Annamalai Annamalai, the self-proclaimed Hindu mystic who for a time occupied the Paru Tower on North Main Street downtown. The check — back property taxes Annamalai owed on the 14-floor building — is coming from attorney Jonathan Hung, acting as the Montgomery...
I-75 downtown has been a driving challenge

8:48 PM Tuesday, Jun. 07, 2016

Interstate 75 through downtown Dayton has in the past week experienced numerous traffic issues. First came the switch to northbound lanes last week, followed by Tuesday’s tie-ups on southbound I-75 because of an equipment breakdown. Keep alert through this section of highway as work continues on the rebuild. Here are the other closures...
Double-lane closure this afternoon on I-75 in Dayton
 Prepare for backups this afternoon through downtown Dayton on Interstate 75. I-75 southbound will have a double-lane closure until approximately 2 p.m. to fix a construction equipment breakdown on the highway that slowed morning traffic today. Drivers should stay left. After that, the traffic pattern should return to normal for the afternoon...

4:05 PM Tuesday, Jun. 07, 2016

Prepare for backups this afternoon through downtown Dayton on Interstate 75. I-75 southbound will have a double-lane closure until approximately 2 p.m. to fix a construction equipment breakdown on the highway that slowed morning traffic today. Drivers should stay left. After that, the traffic pattern should return to normal for the afternoon...
Vandalia residents curious about potential business
 Residents near Cassel and Old Springfield roads in Vandalia were curious about a potential new business that could move in to Northwoods Business Park and the 200 jobs that would come with it. Those residents also brought their objections to the City Council meeting Monday night about the business, which would build a plant that needs rail...

1:39 AM Tuesday, Jun. 07, 2016

Residents near Cassel and Old Springfield roads in Vandalia were curious about a potential new business that could move in to Northwoods Business Park and the 200 jobs that would come with it. Those residents also brought their objections to the City Council meeting Monday night about the business, which would build a plant that needs rail...
Industrial company could bring 200 jobs to Vandalia business park

1:31 AM Tuesday, Jun. 07, 2016

Residents who live near the intersection of Cassel and Old Springfield roads brought objections and curiosity to a meeting with the Vandalia City Council on Monday night about the possibility that a new industrial company and 200 jobs could locate in the Northwoods Business Park. The business would build a plant that needs rail service, which...
Large industrial company eyeing Vandalia location
 A large but still undisclosed industrial company is evaluating Vandalia’s Northwoods Business Park as a new site for its business. A move by the company to Vandalia would require the reactivation of a now unused CSX railroad spur into the park and the construction of a second spur inside the park. The Vandalia City Council is holding...

8:05 PM Friday, Jun. 03, 2016

A large but still undisclosed industrial company is evaluating Vandalia’s Northwoods Business Park as a new site for its business. A move by the company to Vandalia would require the reactivation of a now unused CSX railroad spur into the park and the construction of a second spur inside the park. The Vandalia City Council is holding...
MetroPark’s new mountain bike trails meant for all skill levels
 Riders of all ages and skill levels will be served by a suite of three new trails opening soon at Huffman MetroPark’s mountain biking facility. There’s the Tot Track, a quarter-mile run for small children; the Hilltop Flow, a 3/4-mile trail for all skill levels; and what’s being called The Talon, the most challenging style...

4:00 AM Friday, Jun. 03, 2016

Riders of all ages and skill levels will be served by a suite of three new trails opening soon at Huffman MetroPark’s mountain biking facility. There’s the Tot Track, a quarter-mile run for small children; the Hilltop Flow, a 3/4-mile trail for all skill levels; and what’s being called The Talon, the most challenging style...
Vets group that got money from Trump ran sham jobs program
 A veterans organization that was recently funded by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was forced to clean house in Ohio three years ago after an investigation found it was running a sham job training program for military veterans and diverting money from instant bingo operations. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said in court...

9:47 PM Wednesday, Jun. 01, 2016

A veterans organization that was recently funded by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was forced to clean house in Ohio three years ago after an investigation found it was running a sham job training program for military veterans and diverting money from instant bingo operations. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said in court...
New northbound I-75 lanes open in Dayton
 The new northbound lanes on I-75 between Third and Main streets have opened. The second biggest event of this year’s construction season will arrive Thursday night on Interstate 75 in downtown Dayton as highway workers move barriers to switch drivers to newly constructed northbound lanes. The biggest event of the season will happen...

9:27 PM Tuesday, May. 31, 2016

The new northbound lanes on I-75 between Third and Main streets have opened. The second biggest event of this year’s construction season will arrive Thursday night on Interstate 75 in downtown Dayton as highway workers move barriers to switch drivers to newly constructed northbound lanes. The biggest event of the season will happen...
I-75 traffic shift tops week of construction work

4:00 AM Monday, May. 30, 2016

Motorists back to their commutes after Memorial Day weekend will experience the big event of the construction season. It will start Thursday on I-75 between Third Street and Main Street in Dayton when the traffic pattern will be changed. It’s part of the I-75 reconstruction. Crews will be shifting northbound traffic onto the newly constructed...
Deal nears on developing former newspaper site
 A deal is in the works to complete the demolition work at the former Dayton Daily News building site at Fourth and Ludlow streets downtown and preserve the historic newspaper building. Final details are being worked out in discussions among the parties involved, including the city of Dayton, demolition contractor Steve Rauch and property...

6:08 PM Friday, May. 27, 2016

A deal is in the works to complete the demolition work at the former Dayton Daily News building site at Fourth and Ludlow streets downtown and preserve the historic newspaper building. Final details are being worked out in discussions among the parties involved, including the city of Dayton, demolition contractor Steve Rauch and property...
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