This restaurant in Dayton, Ohio offers an all-you-can-eat buffet 3 days a weekIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
Dawn Sneed, 27: Missing Dayton Woman Last Seen On Christmas Eve 1995Erika Marie • OurBlackGirlsNewsBreak Contributor
This place in Centerville offers a unique experience inside a gas station:Discover at Steak EscapeJonalin PearceNewsBreak Contributor
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Dawn Sneed, 27: Missing Dayton Woman Last Seen On Christmas Eve 1995
Sadly, the case of Dawn Sneed is yet another that has gone unnoticed for decades. It has been nearly impossible to locate public information regarding her missing person case, but as usual, I've included what I could find through a superficial investigation. It's reported that the last time Dawn was seen was by a family member on Christmas Eve in 1995 in Dayton, Ohio. What happened to the 27-year-old after that remains a mystery.
Person of interest in local 15-year-old girl’s death turns himself in
The person of interest in the death of a local teenage girl is now in custody.
New cigar lounge coming to Dayton’s Wright Dunbar business district
Wright Dunbar Cigar Shoppe & Lounge is coming soon to West Dayton at 1153 W. Third St. “Our aim is to forge a sophisticated, upscale environment that stands out in the market, delivering a cigar lounge experience that is unmatched in the Miami Valley,” said Jeff Jackson, co-founder of the cigar lounge and one of the driving forces behind Planned2Give.
‘I saw headlights;’ Woman recalls wrong-way crash that sent her, 3 others to hospital
Medics took four people to the hospital, the youngest just 11 years old.
Police cruiser crashes, flips on top in Dayton
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — A Dayton police cruiser flipped in Dayton on Monday. First responders received a call to respond near the intersection of West First Street and Salem Avenue in Dayton at 9:52 a.m. The driver of a red Chevrolet HHR was cited for running a red light, which led to the crash. The […]
This restaurant in Dayton, Ohio offers an all-you-can-eat buffet 3 days a week
A restaurant in Dayton offers an AYCE lunch buffet 3 days a week. Are you looking for a place to get a hearty lunch? If you answered yes, you might want to check out the restaurant Packy's Sports Bar & Grill, which is located inside Hope Hotel & Richard C. Holbrooke Conference Center at 10823 Chidlaw Rd. According to the restaurant's social media account, Packy's offers an AYCE lunch buffet Tuesday to Thursday from 11 AM to 1:30 PM.
Longtime Oregon District restaurant appears to be for sale
DAYTON, Ohio (Dayton Business Journal) -- A longtime restaurant in the Oregon District appears to be for sale. Franco's Ristorante Italiano at 824 E. Fifth St. in the historic Dayton neighborhood is listed for $1.2 million on LoopNet, an online marketplace for commercial properties. The post, which covers 816-824 E. Fifth St., says both the business and property are for sale.
‘Armed and dangerous’ robbery suspect charged in connection to August murder
A man, who was wanted in connection to a robbery, is now facing charges in connection to a deadly August shooting.
Home demolished after previously damaged by fire in Dayton
Construction crews demolished what was left of a house that caught fire in Dayton last week.
Snow moving in early Tuesday; Temperatures rise starting Thursday
Tonight will be mostly cloudy and snow will arrive early Tuesday morning. Overnight lows will make it down to the lower 40s.
1 hospitalized after being shot in leg in Dayton
A person is hospitalized after being shot in the leg in Dayton Monday morning.
Fire crews respond to blaze at Dayton corn milling factory
DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF) -- Dayton Fire crews successfully extinguished a fire at a local corn milling factory, early Monday morning. According to crews on scene, fire crews responded to reports of a fire at the Cargill Corn Milling at 3201 Needmore Rd around 7 a.m. When crews arrived, they discovered...
‘She is slowly improving;’ 1 of the Beavercreek Walmart shooting victims removed from ICU
The husband of one of the four victims of the Beavercreek Walmart shooting gave an update on his wife over the weekend.
These dayton, OH based Cats are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around dayton..
Jackknifed semi closes I-70 WB past state line
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — The westbound lanes of I-70 at the Ohio-Indiana state line are closed due to a crash. According to the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), a semi jackknifed between US 40 and IN 121, around mile point 155.7. ODOT reports all lanes are closed around the state line, beyond US 127 at […]
Can you help? FLOC asking for donations for Miami Valley kids in need
DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF) -- A local nonprofit that focuses on serving neglected, abused or needy children is asking for help donating toys to children in the Miami Valley. FLOC (For Love of Children) is donating toys from their Christmas Toy Cottage to children being served by Montgomery County Children Services, at three low-income schools, area churches and and registered families. Organizers are asking individuals and companies to donate "to make Christmas 2023 the biggest and best ever."
Dayton Police Department understaffed heading into 2024, lost 52 officers in 2023
DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF) -- The Dayton Police Department is facing understaffing issues as we head into the new year. The department has lost 52 officers just this year in 2023. The department is facing issues when it comes to keeping the officers that they already have, but also recruiting new ones.
Woman accused of firing shots at another driver on I-75 indicted on charges
A Dayton woman is facing formal charges after allegedly firing shots at another vehicle on Interstate 75 last month.
Local foodbank sees surge in demand for food assistance
7,230 households were given resources, and 3,473 of those households were accessing the foodbank’s hunger relief network for the first time.
Pioneering 1984 hip-hop film Beat Street comes to the Neon
On Wednesday, December 6, Dayton’s Neon movie theater will host a screening of the groundbreaking 1984 hip hop musical drama Beat Street. Ange Mitchell from the Neon joined Evan Miller on Midday Music to discuss the screening, along with Basim Blunt, director of the WYSO’s Eichelberger Center for Community Voices and host of Behind The Groove. Directed by Stan Lathan and produced by Harry Belefontaine, Beat Street was one of the first mainstream films to depict New York City’s hip hop culture. “It’s a very in-depth view into how hip-hop culture changed the scene in the 1980s, and how it affected the lives of young people on the scene,” Ange said. Basim, who grew up just outside of New York City, talks about seeing Beat Street when it was first released and about how Hip Hop has gone global in the four decades since.