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Published: Friday, October 13, 2017 @ 9:37 AM
MIDDLETOWN — Middletown will be paving several streets this fall.
The city has contracted with John R. Jurgensen Company to pave the following streets:
Concrete repairs are now underway and paving should start in a few weeks, according to Scott Tadych, city public works director.
The paving projects are scheduled to be completed by mid-November, he said.
Published: Friday, July 20, 2018 @ 7:02 PM
DAYTON — Dayton was awarded the 2020 International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA) Conference last June during the 2018 IPMBA event in St. Louis, MO.
The City of Dayton and the Dayton Police Department, in conjunction with the University of Dayton and Five Rivers Metro Parks, have announced that the Gem City will host the 30th Annual International Police Mountain Bike Association Conference in 2020, according to a release from Police Information Specialist Cara Zinski-Neace.
This organization was created with assistance of retired Dayton Police Sergeant Allan Howard, and the a previous IPMBA conference was also held in Dayton in 2006.
“We are honored to be able to once again host the International Police Mountain Bike Association Conference as it comes home to Dayton in 2020 for its 30th year,” said Chief Richard Biehl. “Our department takes great pride in our bike patrol and the fact that we have numerous officers who are also IPMBA instructors. This will be the second international policing conference Dayton has hosted in the past eight years. In 2013, we welcomed the International Problem Oriented Policing conference.”
This conference is expected to bring at least 500 law enforcement officers from around the world to Dayton.
“We’re excited that the International Police Mountain Bike Association chose our city to host their 2020 conference,” said Mayor Nan Whaley. “Dayton is a perfect fit for this event, with our rich history involving the Wright Brothers’ bicycle shop, our bike-friendly downtown, and miles of bike paths throughout the region.”
Anyone with additional questions about the conference, please contact Sgt. Gordon Cairns at Gordon.Cairns@daytonohio.gov.
Published: Saturday, July 21, 2018 @ 7:04 PM
The Federal Bureau of Investigation on Saturday released a highly redacted copy of the application made by the bureau to a special intelligence court, asking to establish surveillance in the fall of 2016 on Carter Page, a one-time foreign policy adviser to President Donald Trump’s campaign, showing officials feared that Page was working with Russia to undermine the Presidential election.
“The FBI believes Page has been the subject of targeted recruitment by the Russian Government,” the document states – interrupted by redactions – but then continues, “undermine and influence the outcome of the 2016 U.S. Presidential election in violation of criminal law.”
At one point, the 412 page document states that “the FBI believes that the Russian Government’s efforts are being coordinated with Page and perhaps other individuals associated with Candidate #1’s campaign.”
“Page has established relationships with Russian Government officials, including Russian intelligence officers,” the documents states, before additional evidence was redacted, in order to protect intelligence sources and classified information.
Published: Saturday, July 21, 2018 @ 7:00 PM
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — When William Maillis was 2-years-old, he learned simple mathematical equations. At 4 he was on to algebra.
He was declared a genius when he was 5 by an Ohio State University psychologist. At 9, he graduated high school.
Maillis, now 11, turned the tassel on his mortarboard Saturday as he graduated with his associates degree from St. Petersburg College. He plans to start on his bachelor’s degree next month at the University of South Florida, the Tampa Bay Times reported.
His goal is to have his Ph.D. at 18.
"I want to be an astrophysicist," Maillis told BayNews9. "I want to prove to the world that God does exist through science."
William Maillis was the youngest St. Petersburg College graduate to walk across the stage today. At 11 years old, he now has an associate’s degree & is attending USF next month to continue his education. What’s his dream job? Watch @BN9 at 5pm to find out! pic.twitter.com/5nojGsh8G2— Jorja Roman (@JorjaRoman) July 21, 2018
Published: Saturday, July 21, 2018 @ 6:19 PM
DAYTON — A funeral was held Saturday afternoon for Niguel Hamilton, the six-year-old boy who was pulled from the bottom of a Dayton pool, at St. Timothy Missionary Baptist Church located at 4466 Free Pike.
Hamilton drowned at the Lohrey Recreation Center last Thursday, but was pronounced dead last Sunday.
Keith Rippley, Hamilton’s older cousin, said today is a “celebration of a early life. We’re all mourning, but celebrating the best six years he lived.”
When describing Hamilton, Rippley said, “He was the life of the crowd of all the kids. He was the kid you seen either ahead of the pack or the loudest in the pack, but he was very respectful, very kind, loving, smart, very energetic.”