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Library Bond Issue
5:27 pm
Wed February 22, 2012

Dayton Metro Library May Place Bond Issue on Nov. Ballot

The Dayton Metro Library Board of Trustees is expected to vote on placing bond issue of no more than $230 M on November’s ballot.

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Around the Miami Valley
10:01 am
Wed February 22, 2012

DDN: Ohio City Joins List of Those Banning Begging

 An Ohio city has joined a list of several communities banning people from begging after authorities say the number of such incidents has soared.

The Dayton Daily News reports Wednesday that police in Centerville have responded to 17 complaints about begging since July, compared to just four complaints in the previous 12 months.

Centerville Police Chief Bruce Robertson says several incidents involve panhandlers on a street near Interstate I-675, raising concerns about the activity causing traffic accidents.

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Military
8:56 am
Fri February 17, 2012

DDN: Air Force Research in Ohio Studies Trustworthiness

The Air Force is trying to determine whether blood samples can be used to measure trust in a million-dollar
research project at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in western Ohio.

Research psychologist James Christensen tells the Dayton Daily News the effort isn't aimed at building a "trust-o-meter." But he says finding a way to objectively measure trustworthiness could help in assigning workers to sensitive jobs or missions.

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Business & Technology
5:00 pm
Mon February 13, 2012

General Electric to Open New Dayton Plant

General Electric's aviation unit plans to open a plant in Dayton next year.  The Dayton Daily News reports that two other plants in Mississippi and Alabama will be open next year, which will create over 400 new jobs at all three locations.

The company says it's part of a $580 million investment in its aviation business over the next five years.  GE also says it will hire 12,000 new workers over the next several years, including 5,00 veterans, as part of its expansion.

Arts & Culture
8:00 am
Mon February 13, 2012

Local Arts Organizations to Join Forces

Three major Dayton arts organizations are making an unusual move to merge under a single management structure.

The Dayton Ballet, Dayton Opera and Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra are forming the Dayton Performing Alliance.  The new nonprofit organization announced it will have one board of directors and three artistic directors.

Leaders from the individual organizations say it could boost artistic collaboration and may be a model for arts groups elsewhere to consider.

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