UPDATE:

Ohio lawmakers going after cities that use red-light, traffic cameras


advertisement

advertisement


Latest from Chris Stewart

200 items
Results 1 - 20 of 200 Next 
Accused I-75 wrong-way driver has previous intoxication, wrong-way cases
 A man accused of being under the influence and causing a wrong-way crash on Interstate 75 in Dayton on Saturday had an open court case for public intoxication and was cited in 2016 for driving the wrong-way on a one-way street, according to court records.  Glenn Ellis, 47, of Dayton, was suspected to be under the influence of drugs or...

Posted: a day ago

A man accused of being under the influence and causing a wrong-way crash on Interstate 75 in Dayton on Saturday had an open court case for public intoxication and was cited in 2016 for driving the wrong-way on a one-way street, according to court records.  Glenn Ellis, 47, of Dayton, was suspected to be under the influence of drugs or...
Defying odds: 3 men survive Dayton wrong-way interstate crash
 The odds of dying in a wrong-way crash on an Ohio interstate are about 100 times greater than in other collisions. Three Dayton men beat those odds early Saturday and survived. Anthony Revels, 59, and his passenger Michael Jackson, 53, were traveling southbound on Interstate 75 through downtown Dayton when Glenn Ellis Jr., 47, a driver police...

Posted: a day ago

The odds of dying in a wrong-way crash on an Ohio interstate are about 100 times greater than in other collisions. Three Dayton men beat those odds early Saturday and survived. Anthony Revels, 59, and his passenger Michael Jackson, 53, were traveling southbound on Interstate 75 through downtown Dayton when Glenn Ellis Jr., 47, a driver police...
Beerman Thanksgiving: the early feasts
Earl Horn of Dayton and daughter Destiny, 8, join in the Pledge of Allegiance at the second annual "A Feast of Giving" on Thursday, Nov. 25 at the Dayton Convention Center. The event, which began in 2009 as a replacement for the Beerman Thanksgiving Day Dinner that had been a Dayton tradition for 40 years.

Posted: 2 days ago

Earl Horn of Dayton and daughter Destiny, 8, join in the Pledge of Allegiance at the second annual "A Feast of Giving" on Thursday, Nov. 25 at the Dayton Convention Center. The event, which began in 2009 as a replacement for the Beerman Thanksgiving Day Dinner that had been a Dayton tradition for 40 years.
Beerman Thanksgiving: the early feasts
Siblings from Huber Heights, Keegan Clay, 4, and Madison Clay, 2, go through the line at the second annual "A Feast of Giving" on Thursday, Nov. 25 at the Dayton Convention Center. The event, which began in 2009 as a replacement for the Beerman Thanksgiving Day Dinner that had been a Dayton tradition for 40 years.

Posted: 2 days ago

Siblings from Huber Heights, Keegan Clay, 4, and Madison Clay, 2, go through the line at the second annual "A Feast of Giving" on Thursday, Nov. 25 at the Dayton Convention Center. The event, which began in 2009 as a replacement for the Beerman Thanksgiving Day Dinner that had been a Dayton tradition for 40 years.
East Dayton neighborhood copes with the loss of its only grocery store
 Soon after a Nov. 9 fire destroyed the Food For Less store at 3129 E. Third St., Hearth Community Place, where Gilbert works, provided food to more than 100 new families. The group already helps provide food for 500 families. Residents near the Food For Less are just starting to feel the loss of the store. Some parts of the city have been...

Posted: 2 days ago

Soon after a Nov. 9 fire destroyed the Food For Less store at 3129 E. Third St., Hearth Community Place, where Gilbert works, provided food to more than 100 new families. The group already helps provide food for 500 families. Residents near the Food For Less are just starting to feel the loss of the store. Some parts of the city have been...
Dayton grocery fire: Kroger, others offer help to neighborhood
 In response to the recent fire that destroyed the Food For Less on East Third Street in Dayton, another grocer is sponsoring five food distributions for families impacted through The Foodbank’s Mobile Food Pantry. The first distribution will be Tuesday at The FoodBank, followed by four weekly distributions through Dec. 21 at Laborers&rsquo...

Posted: 4 days ago

In response to the recent fire that destroyed the Food For Less on East Third Street in Dayton, another grocer is sponsoring five food distributions for families impacted through The Foodbank’s Mobile Food Pantry. The first distribution will be Tuesday at The FoodBank, followed by four weekly distributions through Dec. 21 at Laborers&rsquo...
Democrats name new Montgomery County clerk of courts
 Russ Joseph, a longtime Dayton Municipal Court chief deputy clerk and brother of Dayton City Commissioner Matt Joseph, was selected by county Democrats on Thursday to permanently succeed Greg Brush as Montgomery County clerk of courts. RELATED: Longtime county court clerk Greg Brush to retire Russ Joseph, 40, replaces Brush, who retired Oct...

Posted: 5 days ago

Russ Joseph, a longtime Dayton Municipal Court chief deputy clerk and brother of Dayton City Commissioner Matt Joseph, was selected by county Democrats on Thursday to permanently succeed Greg Brush as Montgomery County clerk of courts. RELATED: Longtime county court clerk Greg Brush to retire Russ Joseph, 40, replaces Brush, who retired Oct...
Montgomery County Democrats name new clerk of courts
 Russ Joseph, a longtime Dayton Municipal Court chief deputy clerk and brother of Dayton City Commissioner Matt Joseph, was selected by county Democrats on Thursday to permanently succeed Greg Brush as Montgomery County clerk of courts. Russ Joseph replaces Brush, who retired Oct. 31 to take a job as chief administrator for the Hamilton County...

Posted: 5 days ago

Russ Joseph, a longtime Dayton Municipal Court chief deputy clerk and brother of Dayton City Commissioner Matt Joseph, was selected by county Democrats on Thursday to permanently succeed Greg Brush as Montgomery County clerk of courts. Russ Joseph replaces Brush, who retired Oct. 31 to take a job as chief administrator for the Hamilton County...
County spending on jail lawsuits tops $1M
 The amount of taxpayer money spent defending and settling a spate of lawsuits against the Montgomery County Jail soared above a million dollars Tuesday when county commissioners approved a $380,000 payout to Emily Evans. Evans, then 27, was brought to the jail in 2014 on a drunk driving charge. The lawsuit claimed Evans was was threatened...

Posted: 7 days ago

The amount of taxpayer money spent defending and settling a spate of lawsuits against the Montgomery County Jail soared above a million dollars Tuesday when county commissioners approved a $380,000 payout to Emily Evans. Evans, then 27, was brought to the jail in 2014 on a drunk driving charge. The lawsuit claimed Evans was was threatened...
Kettering residents hear plan for 14% water rate increase

Posted: 7 days ago

About a quarter of all customers receiving water and sewer service from Montgomery County are in Kettering where on Tuesday county officials gave the first of 10 public meetings scheduled to discuss a 14-percent rate increase planned for 2018. Joe Tuss, Montgomery County administrator, told about 80 people at a regularly scheduled Kettering...
Jail captain charged with assault for pepper-spraying inmate
 The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office captain whose pepper-spraying of a restrained inmate — and disappearance of records of the incident — spurred a federal probe and civil lawsuit pleaded not guilty today to a misdemeanor assault charge. Capt. Judith Sealey was charged in Dayton Municipal Court on Nov. 8 for pepper spraying...

Posted: 7 days ago

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office captain whose pepper-spraying of a restrained inmate — and disappearance of records of the incident — spurred a federal probe and civil lawsuit pleaded not guilty today to a misdemeanor assault charge. Capt. Judith Sealey was charged in Dayton Municipal Court on Nov. 8 for pepper spraying...
County to vote on $380,000 payment for woman ‘slammed’ into jail floor
 The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners will vote Tuesday on a proposed $380,000 settlement of a federal civil lawsuit brought by a former inmate who accused jail personnel of slamming her into a concrete floor. If approved, that amount would be paid to Emily Evans and her attorneys. Commissioners are scheduled to vote on that settlement...

Posted: 8 days ago

The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners will vote Tuesday on a proposed $380,000 settlement of a federal civil lawsuit brought by a former inmate who accused jail personnel of slamming her into a concrete floor. If approved, that amount would be paid to Emily Evans and her attorneys. Commissioners are scheduled to vote on that settlement...
More downtown Great Miami River access coming for kayakers
 Workers on Monday began reshaping a downtown levee in a project that will include a new ramp down the west bank of the Great Miami River. The effort is the latest in a chain of construction designed to reconnect residents with the river. The new ramp will allow pedestrians and bicyclists easier access to the Great Miami River Trail and provide...

Posted: 8 days ago

Workers on Monday began reshaping a downtown levee in a project that will include a new ramp down the west bank of the Great Miami River. The effort is the latest in a chain of construction designed to reconnect residents with the river. The new ramp will allow pedestrians and bicyclists easier access to the Great Miami River Trail and provide...
Kettering is site of county’s first public presentation on water rate hike
 About a quarter of all customers receiving water and sewer service from Montgomery County are in Kettering where on Tuesday officials will hold the first of 10 public presentations to discuss a 14-percent rate increase planned for 2018. About 81,000 customers in all will see their combined water and sewer rate also go up an additional 5.6...

Posted: 8 days ago

About a quarter of all customers receiving water and sewer service from Montgomery County are in Kettering where on Tuesday officials will hold the first of 10 public presentations to discuss a 14-percent rate increase planned for 2018. About 81,000 customers in all will see their combined water and sewer rate also go up an additional 5.6...
Will RTA raise fares, eliminate routes after revenue loss?
 A pair of public meetings Tuesday will allow the public to chime in on steps the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority will take next year to absorb a $4.5 million loss of Medicaid managed care sales tax. Higher fares, fewer weekend services and the elimination of some routes are possible ways to make up for the lost revenue, according...

Posted: 11 days ago

A pair of public meetings Tuesday will allow the public to chime in on steps the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority will take next year to absorb a $4.5 million loss of Medicaid managed care sales tax. Higher fares, fewer weekend services and the elimination of some routes are possible ways to make up for the lost revenue, according...
Dayton grocery fire: Neighbors scramble to find food, way to pay bills
 A fire that destroyed the Food for Less on East Third Street in Dayton left nearby residents wondering where they will shop for food — and for those without traditional bank accounts, how to pay bills. “It’s going to hurt this community a lot not having a grocery store,” said Jacob Bennell who’s lived about three...

Posted: 11 days ago

A fire that destroyed the Food for Less on East Third Street in Dayton left nearby residents wondering where they will shop for food — and for those without traditional bank accounts, how to pay bills. “It’s going to hurt this community a lot not having a grocery store,” said Jacob Bennell who’s lived about three...
Why Montgomery County water, sewer customers will pay more
 Water and sewer customers receiving service through Montgomery County will see their combined rate climb an average 14 percent in 2018 and go up 5.6 percent each year after through 2022, the county announced Thursday. The increase is needed because of deteriorating infrastructure resulting in higher costs for maintenance and needed new construction...

Posted: 13 days ago

Water and sewer customers receiving service through Montgomery County will see their combined rate climb an average 14 percent in 2018 and go up 5.6 percent each year after through 2022, the county announced Thursday. The increase is needed because of deteriorating infrastructure resulting in higher costs for maintenance and needed new construction...
Human Services levy’s big win shows ‘a willingness to help others’
 The Montgomery County Human Services Levy easily passed Tuesday, supported by about three of every four county voters. The eight-year renewal levy will help fund safety-net programs for children in crisis, the developmentally disabled, the frail elderly and indigent — as well as those struggling with opioid addiction. MORE: Montgomery...

Posted: 13 days ago

The Montgomery County Human Services Levy easily passed Tuesday, supported by about three of every four county voters. The eight-year renewal levy will help fund safety-net programs for children in crisis, the developmentally disabled, the frail elderly and indigent — as well as those struggling with opioid addiction. MORE: Montgomery...
200 items
Results 1 - 20 of 200 Next 

advertisement

advertisement