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Published: Monday, April 03, 2017 @ 5:58 AM
DAYTON — Average retail gasoline prices in Dayton have risen 18.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.29 per gallon on Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 391 gas outlets in the region.
• The national average has increased 4.3 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.32 per gallon.
• Gas prices on Sunday were 28.6 cents per gallon higher than the same day one year ago and are 1.8 cents per gallon higher than a month ago.
• The national average has increased 0.8 cents per gallon during the last month and stands 26.5 cents per gallon higher than this day one year ago.
"We long anticipated seeing gasoline prices beginning to rise en masse in the spring, but uncharacteristically, it took until nearly April Fool's Day for it to begin,” said Patrick DeHaan, the senior petroleum analyst for GasBuddy.com. “There's no fooling this time. The rally in prices does seem to be more credible as oil and gasoline markets rebound."
Statewide, the average price for a gallon of gas is $2.31, according to The Associated Press who cites Monday's survey from auto club AAA, the Oil Price Information Service and WEX Inc.
In Dayton, the average price for a gallon of gas is $2.30 with prices stable. The cheapest gas, as of Monday morning, is $2.21 at Sam’s Club located at 6955 Miller Lane near York Center Drive and United Dairy Farmers located at 3026 Harshman Road and Brandt Pike.
In Hamilton, the average price for a gallon of gas is $2.33 with prices stable. The cheapest gas is $2.17 at Murphy USA located at 3201 Princeton Road and Ohio 4.
In Springfield, the average price for a gallon of gas is $2.30, with prices stable. The cheapest gas is $2.15 at Marathon located at 4000 Springfield-Xenia Road near Sparrow Road.
"Last Wednesday's weekly report from the Energy Information Administration provided some energy for the storms to develop at gas pumps based on a weak showing in crude oil inventories barely increasing as supply and demand finally sees more balance, pushing oil prices higher,” DeHaan said. “Motorists should expect to see a more sustained upward trend at the pump through Memorial Day, but thankfully the seasonal rise could still be less severe than what we've seen in prior years.”
Published: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 @ 11:50 AM
Englewood — The Englewood Police Department is looking for tips regarding a theft that occurred on Sunday, January 14. Two suspects were involved in a reported pickpocketing at a local restaurant.
Once the victim discovered her wallet was missing, the suspects had already charged nearly $6000 in purchases.
Published: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 @ 3:38 AM
Updated: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 @ 12:15 PM
TODAY: Showers today will mainly fall as rain, but at times a mix with wet snow flakes can occur. An accumulation isn’t expected with the wintry mix. Temperatures will linger in the upper 30s, but fall quickly towards the end of the afternoon. They’ll be gusty winds around 30 mph at times today with any evening rain or snow showers ending rather quickly.
TOMORROW: Colder temperatures start the day in the mid-20s. Some passing flurries are also possible for the first part of the day. Highs peak in the mid-30s as clouds decrease at nighttime.
THURSDAY: There will be sunshine throughout the day with temperatures warmer than normal in the low 40s. The day will be dry.
FRIDAY: We continue to see temperatures improve with sunshine and a few clouds as highs reach around 50 degrees.
SATURDAY: The day will be breezy and mild with highs around 50 degrees. Rain showers will start to arrive and become more widespread into the night.
Published: Monday, January 22, 2018 @ 1:45 PM
Updated: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 @ 12:08 PM
MIDDLETOWN — No reason was given Monday for the unexpected resignation of the CEO of the Middletown Community Foundation.
T. Duane Gordon, who led the foundation for more than 10 years and grew it into one of the state’s most powerful organizations, resigned earlier this month, Carole Schul, board president of the foundation, told this news organization on Monday.
She refused to say why Gordon resigned. His name has been removed from the foundation’s web site.
Schul said that while the MCF searches for a permanent replacement, longtime Middletown businessman Dan Sack will serve as interim director. Sack, who worked at Armco for 24 years and as a private businessman for 20 years, said his top priorities are keeping the foundation “moving in the right direction” and finding a permanent replacement for Gordon.
When asked why he resigned, Gordon said in a text message to this media outlet that he didn’t wish to “discuss beyond” what was said in the news release.
He was hired in December 2007 as executive director of the Middletown Community Foundation. A graduate of Mississippi State University with a degree in communications and journalism, Gordon’s first career was as a newspaper reporter and editor at the Madison County Journal.
“On behalf of the entire Board, and the Middletown Community Foundation, we want to thank Duane for his dedicated service during a time of growth and against a challenging economic backdrop,” Schul wrote in an email to this news organization.
“We wish him all the best in his future endeavors. The Foundation remains dedicated to its mission to secure permanent and growing assets for the Middletown area’s changing needs, and looks forward to a productive year.”
According to a national study, the Middletown Community Foundation was the No. 1 most active community foundation in Ohio, which has 80 community foundations and the No. 21 most active foundation in the United States, which has more than 750 community foundations; and was ranked for the first year ever in the top 100 for per capita giving, at No. 59, with approximately $44 in gifts received per resident it serves in its communities.
Earlier this year, the MCF board of directors approved nearly $100,000 in grants to 14 local organizations.
The largest grant, worth $20,000, was awarded to People Working Cooperatively, a group that repairs homes for Middletown-area families.
Published: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 @ 12:00 PM
Updated: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 @ 12:32 PM
GREENE COUNTY — UPDATE @ 12:20 p.m.
At least 10 homes were evacuated after a construction worker, digging the basement for a new home, hit a natural gas main line, causing a large gas leak on Brehm Boulevard east of Fairborn, according to fire officials.
Some of the homes are unoccupied or under construction, according to investigators.
No injuries have been reported.
We’ll update this page as new details become available.
Multiple fire crews have responded to reports of a large gas leak on Brehm Boulevard east of Fairborn Tuesday.
Initial reports indicate a contractor struck a main natural gas line, causing the leak.
Reports indicate firefighters are conducting evacuations in the neighborhood.