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Deadline approaching for federal tornado assistance
 Two avenues for tornado survivors to get federal assistance will shut down within days, while a new helpline started taking calls this week from those with unmet needs. The Federal Emergency Management Agency will close its remaining Ohio disaster recovery center in Dayton on Friday and the final day to register for those who suffered losses...

5:00 AM Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019

Two avenues for tornado survivors to get federal assistance will shut down within days, while a new helpline started taking calls this week from those with unmet needs. The Federal Emergency Management Agency will close its remaining Ohio disaster recovery center in Dayton on Friday and the final day to register for those who suffered losses...
TODAY: New tornado assistance helpline now taking calls
 A new disaster recovery helpline goes live today for tornado survivors who need additional assistance to recover from Memorial Day twisters. The United Way’s 211 HelpLink number will connect survivors to special operators who can complete an assessment and offer one-on-one case management assistance. The operators are available weekdays...

1:05 PM Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019

A new disaster recovery helpline goes live today for tornado survivors who need additional assistance to recover from Memorial Day twisters. The United Way’s 211 HelpLink number will connect survivors to special operators who can complete an assessment and offer one-on-one case management assistance. The operators are available weekdays...
Remaining tornado tree debris too much for many owners, aid groups
 Hundreds of residents trying to recover from the Memorial Day tornadoes face the dilemma of how to remove trees that were dismembered but left standing, massive rooted stumps and mammoth trunks left behind. The debris is not only a danger, according to those working on local recovery efforts, but it remains a persistent reminder that can...

5:00 AM Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019

Hundreds of residents trying to recover from the Memorial Day tornadoes face the dilemma of how to remove trees that were dismembered but left standing, massive rooted stumps and mammoth trunks left behind. The debris is not only a danger, according to those working on local recovery efforts, but it remains a persistent reminder that can...
Union: Montgomery County child welfare workers denied legal right to strike
 The union representing Montgomery County’s child welfare workers claims its strike last month was illegally halted by a judge. The Professionals Guild of Ohio filed a counterclaim Sunday against Montgomery County Children Services in Common Pleas Court arguing the court lacks jurisdiction and Judge Richard Skelton erred by halting a...

2:42 PM Monday, Aug. 26, 2019

The union representing Montgomery County’s child welfare workers claims its strike last month was illegally halted by a judge. The Professionals Guild of Ohio filed a counterclaim Sunday against Montgomery County Children Services in Common Pleas Court arguing the court lacks jurisdiction and Judge Richard Skelton erred by halting a...
Energy company foundation delivers $600K for tornado home repairs
 The Vectren Foundation is the second organization this week to announce large grants to help tornado survivors without means repair homes. The foundation will provide $600,000 for rebuilding neighborhoods devastated by the Memorial Day tornadoes. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton and Rebuilding Together Dayton will each receive $300...

4:53 AM Friday, Aug. 23, 2019

The Vectren Foundation is the second organization this week to announce large grants to help tornado survivors without means repair homes. The foundation will provide $600,000 for rebuilding neighborhoods devastated by the Memorial Day tornadoes. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton and Rebuilding Together Dayton will each receive $300...
$5M in disaster grants lift tornado recovery efforts
 A $5 million disaster reconstruction fund announced Wednesday is “a great start” toward piecing together the resources needed to help those without insurance or short on coverage rebuild from Memorial Day tornadoes, coalition members said. Area financial institutions and non-profit organizations secured the funding, which homeowners...

8:00 AM Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019

A $5 million disaster reconstruction fund announced Wednesday is “a great start” toward piecing together the resources needed to help those without insurance or short on coverage rebuild from Memorial Day tornadoes, coalition members said. Area financial institutions and non-profit organizations secured the funding, which homeowners...
Officials: Everyone has role in next tornado recovery phase
 The next phase of tornado recovery will be a “heavy lift” requiring the hands of many over the next two years, say those working to mend the lives of Memorial Day tornadoes survivors. “It’s really going to take the entire community being involved, whether it’s financial donations to the Dayton Foundation&rsquo...

12:07 AM Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019

The next phase of tornado recovery will be a “heavy lift” requiring the hands of many over the next two years, say those working to mend the lives of Memorial Day tornadoes survivors. “It’s really going to take the entire community being involved, whether it’s financial donations to the Dayton Foundation&rsquo...
Montgomery County plans to buy dispatch center building
 The cost to jurisdictions that use Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center 911 services could go down with the county’s expected purchase of the Miamisburg property from a New York investment firm. County commissioners are expected to enter into an agreement Tuesday to pay Jenn Skyline Inc. $5.9 million for the 49,000-square-foot...

2:00 PM Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019

The cost to jurisdictions that use Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center 911 services could go down with the county’s expected purchase of the Miamisburg property from a New York investment firm. County commissioners are expected to enter into an agreement Tuesday to pay Jenn Skyline Inc. $5.9 million for the 49,000-square-foot...
Tornadoes have hundreds of households struggling for housing
 Up to 1,100 households were displaced by Memorial Day tornadoes in Montgomery County and more than 750 are still struggling to find a place to live, according to FEMA and county officials. “We know that Dayton lost a lot of rental property during this tornado. I’m astonished by how many hundreds of units are now offline,&rdquo...

5:00 AM Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019

Up to 1,100 households were displaced by Memorial Day tornadoes in Montgomery County and more than 750 are still struggling to find a place to live, according to FEMA and county officials. “We know that Dayton lost a lot of rental property during this tornado. I’m astonished by how many hundreds of units are now offline,&rdquo...
Job Center flooding knocks out benefits program computers
 A massive roof leak revealed flooding Tuesday morning inside the Montgomery County Job Center, leaving Family Assistance Division caseworkers temporarily unable to access cases or start new ones within the benefits eligibility system for programs that include food stamps. About 150 workers were displaced and 27 state computers ruined by flooding...

3:49 PM Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019

A massive roof leak revealed flooding Tuesday morning inside the Montgomery County Job Center, leaving Family Assistance Division caseworkers temporarily unable to access cases or start new ones within the benefits eligibility system for programs that include food stamps. About 150 workers were displaced and 27 state computers ruined by flooding...
Tornado victims could get housing help tonight
 Housing events tonight and Thursday seek to help homeowners and renters struggling to put homes back together after the Memorial Day tornadoes. The Housing Recovery Resource Fairs are designed to create a one-stop shop for people to gather information needed to rebuild homes or find new homes and apartments in locations that meet their needs...

6:00 AM Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019

Housing events tonight and Thursday seek to help homeowners and renters struggling to put homes back together after the Memorial Day tornadoes. The Housing Recovery Resource Fairs are designed to create a one-stop shop for people to gather information needed to rebuild homes or find new homes and apartments in locations that meet their needs...
No criminal charges for Beavercreek-based gun group leader
 An Ohio State Highway Patrol official said Monday that the leader of a Beavercreek-based gun-rights group will not face criminal charges after making incendiary comments toward politicians — including Ohio’s governor — who are asking for certain firearms restrictions in the wake of Dayton’s mass shooting. If politicians...

5:00 AM Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019

An Ohio State Highway Patrol official said Monday that the leader of a Beavercreek-based gun-rights group will not face criminal charges after making incendiary comments toward politicians — including Ohio’s governor — who are asking for certain firearms restrictions in the wake of Dayton’s mass shooting. If politicians...
A 30-second reign of terror: Videos, reports show how the Oregon District mass shooting unfolded 
 In less time than it takes to warm a cup of coffee, police said Connor Betts murdered nine people and injured dozens more. In 30 seconds. That’s around the time it took the 24-year-old Bellbrook man to reign terror down the Oregon District last Sunday as he opened fire with his gun. The loud boom of the weapon echoed for blocks and...

5:00 AM Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019

In less time than it takes to warm a cup of coffee, police said Connor Betts murdered nine people and injured dozens more. In 30 seconds. That’s around the time it took the 24-year-old Bellbrook man to reign terror down the Oregon District last Sunday as he opened fire with his gun. The loud boom of the weapon echoed for blocks and...
JUST IN: Police chief gives update on Dayton shooting in Oregon District
 Connor Betts’ movement between when he left his sister and friend in an Oregon District bar and returned about 45 minutes later with a loaded gun is not fully known but a “pivotal” element in the case, Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said Friday. “I don’t believe we have that gap filled in,” he said....

6:55 PM Friday, Aug. 09, 2019

Connor Betts’ movement between when he left his sister and friend in an Oregon District bar and returned about 45 minutes later with a loaded gun is not fully known but a “pivotal” element in the case, Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said Friday. “I don’t believe we have that gap filled in,” he said....
Many people rushed to help Dayton shooting victims
 While six Dayton police are credited with stopping a shooter in the Oregon District before he could kill more people, others also put aside their own safety to try to save lives before more officers and EMTs arrived at the scene. Critical care nurse Kayla Miller was fleeing Ned Peppers Bar when she stopped in her tracks. “I look down...

6:00 AM Wednesday, Aug. 07, 2019

While six Dayton police are credited with stopping a shooter in the Oregon District before he could kill more people, others also put aside their own safety to try to save lives before more officers and EMTs arrived at the scene. Critical care nurse Kayla Miller was fleeing Ned Peppers Bar when she stopped in her tracks. “I look down...
Funeral services arranged for 4 victims of Dayton shooting
 Memorial services, funerals and burials have been scheduled for four of the nine victims killed by a gunman in an Oregon District mass shooting early Sunday. A native of Springfield, Monica Brickhouse had lived in Virginia before recently moving back to the area. Brickhouse leaves behind a husband, Kevon Brickhouse, and three children. &ldquo...

5:00 AM Wednesday, Aug. 07, 2019

Memorial services, funerals and burials have been scheduled for four of the nine victims killed by a gunman in an Oregon District mass shooting early Sunday. A native of Springfield, Monica Brickhouse had lived in Virginia before recently moving back to the area. Brickhouse leaves behind a husband, Kevon Brickhouse, and three children. &ldquo...
Dayton shooting victim to be buried in West Virginia
 Beatrice “Nicole” Warren-Curtis, who died in the Oregon District mass shooting, will be buried Saturday in West Virginia.    Visitation for Warren-Curtis will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday with a noon service at Weaver Mortuary, 1718 W. 3rd Ave. in Williamson, W.V. Burial will immediately follow at Mountain View Memory Gardens...

3:24 PM Tuesday, Aug. 06, 2019

Beatrice “Nicole” Warren-Curtis, who died in the Oregon District mass shooting, will be buried Saturday in West Virginia.    Visitation for Warren-Curtis will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday with a noon service at Weaver Mortuary, 1718 W. 3rd Ave. in Williamson, W.V. Burial will immediately follow at Mountain View Memory Gardens...
New details emerge about Dayton shooting victims
 Friends, family and community members continued to share more details Monday about the people who were killed in the Oregon District early Sunday. Saheed Saleh, a Dayton resident and Eritrea native, was remembered as a kindhearted and hard-working person. Yahya Khamis, president of the Dayton Sudanese community, who spoke on behalf of Saleh&rsquo...

5:00 AM Tuesday, Aug. 06, 2019

Friends, family and community members continued to share more details Monday about the people who were killed in the Oregon District early Sunday. Saheed Saleh, a Dayton resident and Eritrea native, was remembered as a kindhearted and hard-working person. Yahya Khamis, president of the Dayton Sudanese community, who spoke on behalf of Saleh&rsquo...
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