Outbreak of tornadoes devastated areas in the Miami Valley: How to help and get help

Widespread damage has been reported in the Miami Valley.due to 7 confirmed tornadoes which touched down on Monday evening. The seven confirmed tornadoes, ranged in strength from EF0 to EF3, were confirmed in Beavercreek, Celina, West Milton, New Madison and Montgomery County. Crews are working to confirm other damage. How to help: From Dayton.com Where to get help The YMCA of Greater Dayton will open up all 10 of their Greater Dayton facilities to anyone in need of showers or charging cell phones. This will be in effect until Friday at 10 p.m. GREENE COUNTY King’s Table Bar, 2348 Grange Hall Road in Beavercreek (put on by city of Beavercreek officials, not Red Cross) The Red Cross has a

Memorial Day is May 27: Here is a list of Ohio area events and observances

Memorial Day has come to signify the start of summer for many Americans and is often celebrated with cookouts, family get-togethers and concerts. But the real meaning of Memorial Day has, for too many Americans, gotten lost in the rush to celebrate the beginning of summer. Memorial Day is a day of reflection and remembrance. It is a day to remember all of our Fallen Heroes from all of the wars. It is a day to be thankful to those who have served and made the ultimate sacrifice. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. Let us not forget the men and women that are still fighting for our freedom around

AMVETS finance officer begins sentence for theft from Post 24

Fox45News - An AMVETS finance officer has been sentenced was sentenced to 90 days in prison starting April 23 for stealing from the AMVETS Post 24 in Dayton. Joseph Bruns, 69, was also ordered to pay $78,731.70 in restitution to AMVETS of no less than $100 a month and will also be on probation for up to 5 years. Officials started investigating after the Post commander called to report inconsistencies with the Post's finances. They analyzed the documents, and found that the finance officer had made about 130 unauthorized transactions. Bruns later admitted that he had stolen the money, and entered no contest pleas to charges of grand theft over $7,500 and theft over $7,500. If he violates any

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