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Parole hearing set for serial killer
 In the 1970s, Eugene Williams Gall Jr. personified a parent’s worst nightmare: He was the creepy stranger who stalked little girls, his twisted mind bent on rape and murder. Next month, 36 years after he snatched 14-year-old Beth Ann Mote of Oakwood off the street, raped her and stabbed her to death in one of the most high-profile local...

3:07 AM Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013

In the 1970s, Eugene Williams Gall Jr. personified a parent’s worst nightmare: He was the creepy stranger who stalked little girls, his twisted mind bent on rape and murder. Next month, 36 years after he snatched 14-year-old Beth Ann Mote of Oakwood off the street, raped her and stabbed her to death in one of the most high-profile local...
Downtown parking problem on city’s radar

5:05 AM Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013

City and downtown development officials often say there is plenty of affordable parking in Dayton’s core, but they also admit that “solving for parking” must be a part of any redevelopment. “We know parking’s a challenge and we continue to work with all of our partners to find a solution,” said Sandra Gudorf...
Vacancy ‘black eye’ stalls downtown revival
 On the ground floor of the boarded-up old office tower there’s a brightly colored mural with cartoon animals under a smiling sun and puffy white clouds. It reads, “Another day in paradise.” Every day is the same as the last at 25 S. Main St. in downtown Dayton. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985,...

12:39 AM Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013

On the ground floor of the boarded-up old office tower there’s a brightly colored mural with cartoon animals under a smiling sun and puffy white clouds. It reads, “Another day in paradise.” Every day is the same as the last at 25 S. Main St. in downtown Dayton. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985,...
Centerville passes school levy by wide margin
 Voters in the Centerville school district, after narrowly rejecting two tax levy proposals in the past year, on Tuesday approved a 5.9-mill, 10-year operating levy, averting threatened cuts to the teaching staff, academic programming, transportation and athletics. “We’re thrilled,” said Dr. David Roer, the school board president...

5:05 AM Wednesday, Nov. 06, 2013

Voters in the Centerville school district, after narrowly rejecting two tax levy proposals in the past year, on Tuesday approved a 5.9-mill, 10-year operating levy, averting threatened cuts to the teaching staff, academic programming, transportation and athletics. “We’re thrilled,” said Dr. David Roer, the school board president...
Archdiocese turns background checks over to private company

9:31 PM Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati, which has been running criminal background checks on clergy, employees and volunteers since the priest child sexual abuse scandal first broke two decades ago, announced Wednesday it’s turning the screenings over to an Ohio company in 2014, reducing the costs by more than half. The 19-county...
Prison population, costs rise despite reforms
 Two years ago, Ohio legislators and state officials thought they had finally figured out how to reverse the tide of costly incarcerations in the overcrowded state prisons with the passage of the landmark sentencing reforms in House Bill 86. But the law hasn’t delivered the promised reductions in new incarcerations and the inmate headcount...

3:19 AM Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013

Two years ago, Ohio legislators and state officials thought they had finally figured out how to reverse the tide of costly incarcerations in the overcrowded state prisons with the passage of the landmark sentencing reforms in House Bill 86. But the law hasn’t delivered the promised reductions in new incarcerations and the inmate headcount...
Trammell ordered to turn himself in, begin sentence
 A local judge ordered the Rev. Raleigh Trammell to turn himself in Wednesday to begin serving an 18-month prison sentence for stealing taxpayer money intended for the poor, despite Trammell’s efforts to delay the sentence on grounds that he is seriously ill and has less than six months to live. Trammell failed to surrender to local...

3:52 PM Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013

A local judge ordered the Rev. Raleigh Trammell to turn himself in Wednesday to begin serving an 18-month prison sentence for stealing taxpayer money intended for the poor, despite Trammell’s efforts to delay the sentence on grounds that he is seriously ill and has less than six months to live. Trammell failed to surrender to local...
Lower housing values, rising costs force Lebanon to put fire levy on ballot
 With property devaluations eating into tax revenues, city officials are asking voters to approve a levy on Nov. 5 to maintain fire protection and emergency medical services at their current levels. Officials are seeking a 5-year, 7-mill levy to replace an expiring 5.5-mill levy. The levy would cost the owner of a $100,000 home $245 a year...

7:27 PM Monday, Oct. 21, 2013

With property devaluations eating into tax revenues, city officials are asking voters to approve a levy on Nov. 5 to maintain fire protection and emergency medical services at their current levels. Officials are seeking a 5-year, 7-mill levy to replace an expiring 5.5-mill levy. The levy would cost the owner of a $100,000 home $245 a year...
Trammell loses appeal, faces prison sentence
 An appeals court on Friday rejected the Rev. Raleigh Trammell’s appeal of his conviction for stealing taxpayer money intended for the poor, and lifted an order that has kept the Dayton civil rights leader out of prison for more than a year. Montgomery County prosecutors said they will give Trammell until early next week to turn himself...

2:55 PM Friday, Oct. 18, 2013

An appeals court on Friday rejected the Rev. Raleigh Trammell’s appeal of his conviction for stealing taxpayer money intended for the poor, and lifted an order that has kept the Dayton civil rights leader out of prison for more than a year. Montgomery County prosecutors said they will give Trammell until early next week to turn himself...
Turner stands by vote against ending shutdown, raising debt limit
 U.S. Rep. Mike Turner said Thursday he was acting in the interests of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and the economic health of the country by voting against the compromise bill that ended the 16-day government shutdown and raised the debt limit to prevent the nation from defaulting on its obligations. Turner’s opponents say exactly...

9:06 PM Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013

U.S. Rep. Mike Turner said Thursday he was acting in the interests of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and the economic health of the country by voting against the compromise bill that ended the 16-day government shutdown and raised the debt limit to prevent the nation from defaulting on its obligations. Turner’s opponents say exactly...
City council candidate dies just weeks before election
 Mark Maruca, a candidate for Union City Council, has died, leaving three incumbents running unopposed on the Nov. 5 general election ballot. Maruca, 55, died unexpectedly on Monday. He was owner and president of Allied Services of Clayton. His death leaves three incumbents — David E. Blackwell, Helen M. Oberer and Robin M. Perkins &mdash...

8:05 PM Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013

Mark Maruca, a candidate for Union City Council, has died, leaving three incumbents running unopposed on the Nov. 5 general election ballot. Maruca, 55, died unexpectedly on Monday. He was owner and president of Allied Services of Clayton. His death leaves three incumbents — David E. Blackwell, Helen M. Oberer and Robin M. Perkins &mdash...
Study: 2 percent of counties responsible for majority of U.S. executions

4:05 AM Tuesday, Oct. 08, 2013

More than half of the executions carried out in the U.S. since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976 stem from murder cases in just 2 percent of the nation’s counties representing 15 percent of the population, according to a new study by the Death Penalty Information Center. A small number of aggressive county prosecutors are bringing...
Insurer and doctors group reach agreement
 Giant health insurer Aetna said Thursday it has reached an agreement to continue covering patients of the 300 area doctors in the Kettering Physician Network. “This contract should be all set,” Aetna spokeswoman Cynthia Michener said. “We’ve reached an agreement and should finalize it today or tomorrow. Insurers and...

4:44 PM Thursday, Oct. 03, 2013

Giant health insurer Aetna said Thursday it has reached an agreement to continue covering patients of the 300 area doctors in the Kettering Physician Network. “This contract should be all set,” Aetna spokeswoman Cynthia Michener said. “We’ve reached an agreement and should finalize it today or tomorrow. Insurers and...
Dispute may force Aetna patients to find new doctors
 The Kettering Physician Network recently mailed a letter to Aetna customers giving an update on its contractual relationship with the insurance company because of a dispute over reimbursement payments. KPN Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Doucette says in the Sept. 25, letter that for an extended period of time, KPN has been in discussions...

1:57 PM Thursday, Oct. 03, 2013

The Kettering Physician Network recently mailed a letter to Aetna customers giving an update on its contractual relationship with the insurance company because of a dispute over reimbursement payments. KPN Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Doucette says in the Sept. 25, letter that for an extended period of time, KPN has been in discussions...
Little immediate impact expected locally from government shut down
 Using a variety of funding mechanisms, or simply by requiring federal workers to report for duty without any guarantee they’ll be paid, officials of federally funded programs are attempting to blunt the impact to citizens of a government shutdown. Officials of local colleges and universities, the federal courts, Head Start programs...

4:05 AM Tuesday, Oct. 01, 2013

Using a variety of funding mechanisms, or simply by requiring federal workers to report for duty without any guarantee they’ll be paid, officials of federally funded programs are attempting to blunt the impact to citizens of a government shutdown. Officials of local colleges and universities, the federal courts, Head Start programs...
Home buyers will still get FHA loans if government shuts down

7:55 PM Monday, Sep. 30, 2013

A federal government shutdown apparently will not prevent home buyers from acquiring Federal Housing Administration loans as had been widely feared, the National Association of Realtors reported Monday afternoon, quoting U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development officials. The Realtors group said FHA's Office of Single Family Housing...
Shutdown to furlough 8,700

9:25 PM Friday, Sep. 27, 2013

About 8,700 employees at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base are expected to be furloughed starting Tuesday if Congress fails to reach an agreement to prevent a federal government shutdown, the base commander, Col. Cassie Barlow, said Friday. “We remain hopeful that a government shutdown due to a lack of appropriations will be averted,&rdquo...
Witness in court-martial trial says she had memory lapses
 The 15-year-old girl who is the complainant and key witness against Air Force Lt. Col. Reginald Kabban in his court-martial on child-rape charges admitted many memory lapses under cross-examination Tuesday. She also acknowledged that she lied about having sex with a schoolmate and changed her account of another incident in which she initially...

10:00 PM Wednesday, Sep. 25, 2013

The 15-year-old girl who is the complainant and key witness against Air Force Lt. Col. Reginald Kabban in his court-martial on child-rape charges admitted many memory lapses under cross-examination Tuesday. She also acknowledged that she lied about having sex with a schoolmate and changed her account of another incident in which she initially...
Girl, 15, takes stand in court-martial of Air Force officer
 A 15-year-old girl took the witness stand Tuesday, testifying that she was physically and sexually abused from 2005 until 2011 by a relative, Air Force Lt. Col. Reginald Kabban, as the prosecution began presenting its case in Kabban’s court-martial at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. She said inappropriate sexual touching and physical...

3:07 AM Wednesday, Sep. 25, 2013

A 15-year-old girl took the witness stand Tuesday, testifying that she was physically and sexually abused from 2005 until 2011 by a relative, Air Force Lt. Col. Reginald Kabban, as the prosecution began presenting its case in Kabban’s court-martial at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. She said inappropriate sexual touching and physical...
Court martial panel to be seated today

2:48 AM Tuesday, Sep. 24, 2013

A military court is expected to seat the military equivalent of a jury today at the court martial of Lt. Col. Reginald Kabban at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Kabban’s court martial began Monday with lengthy procedural discussions in the chambers of the judge, Lt. Col. Joshua Kastenberg. Kabban, 41, faces charges that he sexually...
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