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Outcome to close local elections will not be known for weeks
 With Election Day 2017 in the rear view mirror it’s all over except, well the truth is, more counting and perhaps even recounting of ballots. The final, unofficial results posted on board of election websites across the state are not the final word, said Montgomery County Board of Elections Deputy Director Steve Harsman. Late arriving...

10:27 PM Wednesday, Nov. 08, 2017

With Election Day 2017 in the rear view mirror it’s all over except, well the truth is, more counting and perhaps even recounting of ballots. The final, unofficial results posted on board of election websites across the state are not the final word, said Montgomery County Board of Elections Deputy Director Steve Harsman. Late arriving...
Kettering mayor wins a final term, seeks ‘bigger and better’ for city
 Kettering Mayor Don Patterson won a final term decisively in Tuesday’s election and plans to spend the next four years finishing some major city projects, such as redevelopment of the Wilmington Pike corridor and bringing new businesses to Miami Valley Research Park. Patterson received 76.6 percent of the vote, according to final, unofficial...

9:55 PM Wednesday, Nov. 08, 2017

Kettering Mayor Don Patterson won a final term decisively in Tuesday’s election and plans to spend the next four years finishing some major city projects, such as redevelopment of the Wilmington Pike corridor and bringing new businesses to Miami Valley Research Park. Patterson received 76.6 percent of the vote, according to final, unofficial...
Kettering school levy passes and new member to join incumbents on school board
 Voters in the Kettering school district easily renewed a property tax levy Tuesday, according to final, unofficial results from the Montgomery County Board of Elections. The 4.89-mill renewal levy won 73 percent to 27 percent. The levy doesn't raise taxes but it does switch the property tax from being a 5-year levy to a continuing one. ...

5:51 PM Tuesday, Nov. 07, 2017

Voters in the Kettering school district easily renewed a property tax levy Tuesday, according to final, unofficial results from the Montgomery County Board of Elections. The 4.89-mill renewal levy won 73 percent to 27 percent. The levy doesn't raise taxes but it does switch the property tax from being a 5-year levy to a continuing one. ...
Patterson re-elected mayor of Kettering; Lauter and Fisher win council race
 Kettering Mayor Don Patterson was easily re-elected on Tuesday, winning  76.6 percent of the vote, according to final, unofficial results from the Montgomery County Board of Elections. Three-time candidate, Michael Barnett, came in second with 14.3 percent and political newcomer, Nuponu Gorneleh, had 9 percent. “I’m honored and...

3:53 AM Tuesday, Nov. 07, 2017

Kettering Mayor Don Patterson was easily re-elected on Tuesday, winning 76.6 percent of the vote, according to final, unofficial results from the Montgomery County Board of Elections. Three-time candidate, Michael Barnett, came in second with 14.3 percent and political newcomer, Nuponu Gorneleh, had 9 percent. “I’m honored and...
Retired Montgomery County clerk of courts takes Hamilton County job
 Former Montgomery County Clerk of Courts Greg Brush has been named chief administrator for the Hamilton County Clerk of Courts, according to a news release from clerk Aftab Pureval. Brush, 54, retired from Montgomery County on Oct. 31 to take the new job after 34 years in public service. Pureval said Brush was chosen after a nationwide search...

9:10 PM Friday, Nov. 03, 2017

Former Montgomery County Clerk of Courts Greg Brush has been named chief administrator for the Hamilton County Clerk of Courts, according to a news release from clerk Aftab Pureval. Brush, 54, retired from Montgomery County on Oct. 31 to take the new job after 34 years in public service. Pureval said Brush was chosen after a nationwide search...
Ohio Supreme Court Justice recuses himself after controversy
 Ohio Supreme Court Justice William M. O’Neill on Friday recused himself from “future matters” on the court in the wake of criticism following his announcement Sunday that he is running as a Democrat for governor but not stepping down from the court. His decision did not calm the controversy. RELATED: Ohio Supreme Court...

1:34 PM Friday, Nov. 03, 2017

Ohio Supreme Court Justice William M. O’Neill on Friday recused himself from “future matters” on the court in the wake of criticism following his announcement Sunday that he is running as a Democrat for governor but not stepping down from the court. His decision did not calm the controversy. RELATED: Ohio Supreme Court...
What happened Tuesday?: Quick look at election highlights
 Here's a look at some of the highlights from Tuesday’s election across the region. With nearly 100 percent of precincts reporting, the measure failed 79 percent to 21 percent.  The Associated Press called Issue 2 as failing shortly before 8:30 p.m. and supporters then conceded at a Columbus watch party.  “Make no mistake...

7:47 PM Thursday, Nov. 02, 2017

Here's a look at some of the highlights from Tuesday’s election across the region. With nearly 100 percent of precincts reporting, the measure failed 79 percent to 21 percent.  The Associated Press called Issue 2 as failing shortly before 8:30 p.m. and supporters then conceded at a Columbus watch party.  “Make no mistake...
Early voting numbers are up for this year’s local elections
 Ohio voters are casting more ballots early in this year’s local elections than in 2015, according to Secretary of State Jon Husted’s office. Husted Wednesday reminded voters the Nov. 7 General Election is less than a week away, and the deadline to request an absentee ballot is Saturday, Nov. 4 at noon. Voters are showing growing...

4:48 PM Wednesday, Nov. 01, 2017

Ohio voters are casting more ballots early in this year’s local elections than in 2015, according to Secretary of State Jon Husted’s office. Husted Wednesday reminded voters the Nov. 7 General Election is less than a week away, and the deadline to request an absentee ballot is Saturday, Nov. 4 at noon. Voters are showing growing...
Jon Husted: Replacing Ohio’s voting machines will be costly
 Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said he’s hoping the federal government comes forward with money to update Ohio’s voting machines but admits, “I don’t hold my breath in thinking that they are going to.” Husted said the Ohio legislature is looking at ways to share costs to update voting machines that date to...

7:19 PM Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said he’s hoping the federal government comes forward with money to update Ohio’s voting machines but admits, “I don’t hold my breath in thinking that they are going to.” Husted said the Ohio legislature is looking at ways to share costs to update voting machines that date to...
Jim Jordan says John Boehner is ‘angry,’ ‘bitter’
 U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan said he feels sorry for former U.S. House Speaker John Boehner, the West Chester Republican who minced few words about Jordan and other Republicans in a new Politico Magazine profile. “It sounds like he’s kind of bitter and kind of angry and I feel bad for anyone who develops that kind of attitude,”...

12:45 AM Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017

U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan said he feels sorry for former U.S. House Speaker John Boehner, the West Chester Republican who minced few words about Jordan and other Republicans in a new Politico Magazine profile. “It sounds like he’s kind of bitter and kind of angry and I feel bad for anyone who develops that kind of attitude,”...
Impact Ohio conference coming to Dayton
 Impact Ohio will hold a conference in Dayton on Nov. 9 that will bring together the region’s business and community leaders. “Our general goal is we try to bring an engaging dialogue on topics of public policy and politics that are important to local communities,” said Jennifer Flatter, chief executive of the Impact Ohio...

6:30 PM Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017

Impact Ohio will hold a conference in Dayton on Nov. 9 that will bring together the region’s business and community leaders. “Our general goal is we try to bring an engaging dialogue on topics of public policy and politics that are important to local communities,” said Jennifer Flatter, chief executive of the Impact Ohio...
Who is running for Kettering mayor?
 Two challengers are trying to unseat Kettering Mayor Don Patterson in the Nov. 7 election. Patterson, 63, faces political newcomer Nuponu Gorneleh, 25, and three-time candidate Michael Barnett, 69. Barnett said he originally ran for mayor in 2013 after a dispute with the city over his desire to build a second garage, one that would have been...

12:00 AM Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017

Two challengers are trying to unseat Kettering Mayor Don Patterson in the Nov. 7 election. Patterson, 63, faces political newcomer Nuponu Gorneleh, 25, and three-time candidate Michael Barnett, 69. Barnett said he originally ran for mayor in 2013 after a dispute with the city over his desire to build a second garage, one that would have been...
TAKE A LOOK: Is this local bridge safe? State engineers say yes
 The damaged on-ramp bridge from northbound Smithville Road to U.S. 35 westbound will remain open and unrepaired until 2019 when that bridge is removed as part of a full-interchange rebuild, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation. The ramp, which loops over U.S. 35, was damaged in November 2016 when a flatbed truck carrying a huge...

10:00 AM Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017

The damaged on-ramp bridge from northbound Smithville Road to U.S. 35 westbound will remain open and unrepaired until 2019 when that bridge is removed as part of a full-interchange rebuild, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation. The ramp, which loops over U.S. 35, was damaged in November 2016 when a flatbed truck carrying a huge...
It’s the largest bus contract in RTA’s history: Here's what you need to know
 The new NexGen battery-electric trolley buses Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority is purchasing might leave people wondering how a bus with trolley poles can be motoring down the road on its own power without a trolley wire in sight. Here are five things to know about the new buses: The cost: RTA will buy 26 of the buses for about $1...

4:13 PM Friday, Oct. 20, 2017

The new NexGen battery-electric trolley buses Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority is purchasing might leave people wondering how a bus with trolley poles can be motoring down the road on its own power without a trolley wire in sight. Here are five things to know about the new buses: The cost: RTA will buy 26 of the buses for about $1...
RTA to buy 26 NexGen electric trolley buses — at $1.2 million each.
 After nearly three years of testing the NexGen electric trolley Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority is buying 26 of the buses at a cost of about $1.2 million each and will put the first production model on the street by early 2019. The RTA board of trustees authorized spending up to $57.4 million for the first 26 buses and parts, plus...

7:00 PM Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017

After nearly three years of testing the NexGen electric trolley Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority is buying 26 of the buses at a cost of about $1.2 million each and will put the first production model on the street by early 2019. The RTA board of trustees authorized spending up to $57.4 million for the first 26 buses and parts, plus...
Want to avoid getting hacked while driving? Check this out
 Computers control an increasing number of vehicle functions now, and will do so even more in the future when autonomous — or self-driving — cars and trucks become more common. Given that technology in the vehicles we drive is ever increasing, how safe are we from cyber intruders?  “We’ve enabled hackers to gain...

12:00 AM Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017

Computers control an increasing number of vehicle functions now, and will do so even more in the future when autonomous — or self-driving — cars and trucks become more common. Given that technology in the vehicles we drive is ever increasing, how safe are we from cyber intruders?  “We’ve enabled hackers to gain...
The newest frontier for hackers: your car
 Imagine driving down the road minding your own business when suddenly your car brakes sharply on its own. Or your steering wheel veers wildly toward the ditch. Or your accelerator pedal inexplicably gets pressed to the floor. As computer technology increasingly controls critical vehicle safety features and more cars are connected to the internet...

12:00 AM Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

Imagine driving down the road minding your own business when suddenly your car brakes sharply on its own. Or your steering wheel veers wildly toward the ditch. Or your accelerator pedal inexplicably gets pressed to the floor. As computer technology increasingly controls critical vehicle safety features and more cars are connected to the internet...
Longtime county court clerk Greg Brush to retire
 Montgomery County Clerk of Courts Greg Brush will retire Oct. 31 to take a new job, he announced in an exclusive interview. “I’ve greatly enjoyed my time at the clerk’s office. I value that citizens put me back here three times,” said Brush, 54. “It’s been a great experience. It’s a great staff. It&rsquo...

8:31 PM Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

Montgomery County Clerk of Courts Greg Brush will retire Oct. 31 to take a new job, he announced in an exclusive interview. “I’ve greatly enjoyed my time at the clerk’s office. I value that citizens put me back here three times,” said Brush, 54. “It’s been a great experience. It’s a great staff. It&rsquo...
Oops: One year later, Kettering library’s driveway rebuilt
 Taxpayers are footing the bill for a rebuilt driveway entrance to the Dayton Metro Library Kettering-Moraine branch after library officials deemed the year-old roadway to be hazardous. The driveway design met code, but was the cause of accidents and complaints, said library spokeswoman Jayne Klose. “Code is one thing, but how it is...

8:18 PM Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

Taxpayers are footing the bill for a rebuilt driveway entrance to the Dayton Metro Library Kettering-Moraine branch after library officials deemed the year-old roadway to be hazardous. The driveway design met code, but was the cause of accidents and complaints, said library spokeswoman Jayne Klose. “Code is one thing, but how it is...
Dan Foley won’t run again for Montgomery County commission
 Montgomery County Commissioner Dan Foley will not run for re-election in 2018, he announced in an exclusive interview with this newspaper on Tuesday. Foley, 52, said he will serve out his term and work on several projects, including helping close a projected $9 million 2019 budget hole expected due to expiration of the Medicaid managed care...

8:03 PM Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

Montgomery County Commissioner Dan Foley will not run for re-election in 2018, he announced in an exclusive interview with this newspaper on Tuesday. Foley, 52, said he will serve out his term and work on several projects, including helping close a projected $9 million 2019 budget hole expected due to expiration of the Medicaid managed care...
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