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Police: Man caught having sex hit Springfield officer

Dayton Daily News - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 13:56

A man allegedly caught having sex with a woman in public has been charged with assaulting a Springfield police officer.

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Speedway Announces Facility Expansion for 350 New Jobs

ABC 22 / FOX 45 Dayton's News Source - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 13:44

CLARK COUNTY -- Speedway LLC, based in Enon, announced today it plans to expand its existing facility and renovate a separate facility nearby to make room for about 350 jobs created locally for Hess Retail Holdings.

The expansion will happen over the next three years and include a 55,572 square foot office building in the NextEdge Applied Research Technology Park on East National Road.

The company plans to also add $9.1 million into its Enon headquarters.

"Clark County was the best location for us to expand and add these jobs," Kenney said. "Having facilities in Enon and now in Springfield keeps our operations close together in a central location that is good for attracting talent. The community's affordability, quality of life, great schools and health care system make it an ideal location for our future growth and, more importantly, for our employees who will be working and living here."

Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Mike McDorman said several local groups and JobsOhio worked closely with Speedway to help meet their needs locally.

"Speedway has been the largest and most generous community and corporate partner helping to improve the quality of life in Greater Springfield," McDorman said. "We are excited they have chosen to continue to grow their headquarters in Clark County."

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State patrol to investigate crash that killed pedestrian - WHIO

Local News - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 13:28


State patrol to investigate crash that killed pedestrian
WHIO
The Montgomery County Coroner's Office is awaiting additional information from the Ohio State Highway Patrol before making an official ruling on the death of a pedestrian struck during Thursday's high-speed police pursuit. State patrol is investigating ...

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State patrol to investigate crash that killed pedestrian

Dayton Daily News - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 12:59

The Montgomery County Coroner's Office is awaiting for additional information before making an official ruling in a fatal pedestrian crash.

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Photo: Do you recognize this suspected vandal?

Dayton Daily News - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 12:40

Dayton police say a man threw a rock into a window and caused $700 of damage at the East End Community Center.

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Deputies: Garage fire may have been set intentionally

Dayton Daily News - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 12:22

A garage fire in Bethel Twp. may have been set intentionally to cover up a theft, Miami County deputies said today.

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Turner to Voice Opposition to Whaley's Offer to Take in Immigrant Children

ABC 22 / FOX 45 Dayton's News Source - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 11:58

DAYTON -- Congressman Mike Turner is planning to speak to the media at 1 p.m. today to "discuss Mayor Whaley's irresponsible comments offering Dayton as a receiver site for the relocation of illegal immigrants currently detained at the U.S. border."

Following reports that Mayor Nan Whaley had been in contact with the federal government regarding this offer, Turner and other local leaders sent a letter on Sunday night to President Barack Obama.

• Read the letter to Obama here
 
The letter states that Whaley does not have the authority, the resources or the support to speak on behalf of Dayton and the surrounding communities.

"It has come to our attention that Dayton, Ohio Mayor Nan Whaley has contacted officials at the Department of Health and Human Services and offered the City of Dayton as a site for the relocation of illegal immigrants crossing the southern border from Mexico," the letter to Obama begins.

The letter is signed by Turner, Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer, Centerville Mayor Mark Kingseed, Beavercreek Mayor Brian Jarvis and the three Greene County Commissioners, Bob Glaser, Alan Anderson and Tom Koogler.

The letter also claims that Whaley's proposal would have a significant impact on local law enforcement, education, healthcare and housing resources.

"The City of Dayton, Montgomery County and the surrounding communities are facing significant budgetary challenges. The cost of providing for these illegal immigrants, whether in the form of law enforcement, education, healthcare and housing, will have a severe negative impact on our ability to continue providing basic services to our community," the letter states. While our hearts go out to those affected by the border crisis, including the unaccompanied children who are now at our border, our community is not prepared to provide support or assistance to solve this crisis."

We will be at Turner's news conference, planned for 1 p.m. today at his district office, 120 West Third Street, Suite 305, Dayton.

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Jury visits Franklin home where teen was killed

Dayton Daily News - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 11:37

Jury to visit site of Franklin murder of Dione Payne

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Tourism is booming in Montgomery County - WDTN

Local News - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 11:37


Tourism is booming in Montgomery County
WDTN
... President & CEO of the Dayton/Montgomery County Convention & Visitors Bureau. According to study organized by the Ohio Department of Development's TourismOhio office, Montgomery County's tourism industry contributed more than $219.3 million in ...

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Photos: Police ask for help to ID men

Dayton Daily News - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 11:35

Dayton police are asking for help to identify men who they say were caught on camera stealing shingles.

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Hearing for Pete Beck delayed

Dayton Daily News - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 11:34

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Congressman, other southwest Ohio officials contradict Dayton mayor on ... - The Republic

Local News - Mon, 07/28/2014 - 11:29


Toledo Blade

Congressman, other southwest Ohio officials contradict Dayton mayor on ...
The Republic
DAYTON, Ohio — A congressman and other southwest Ohio officials are countering the welcome Dayton's mayor offered for immigrant children. U.S. Rep. Mike Turner, R-Dayton, and six other Dayton area leaders sent a letter late Sunday to President Barack ...
Dayton residents will pay for new street lightsWDTN

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