The city offices were closed for Columbus Day, but many city employees still reported to work for the disaster training.
Anyone who is interested in attending the benefit dinner should make a reservation.
Officials believe the damage was done intentionally after surveillance video shows an SUV driving over the field Sunday around 3 a.m.
A soggy Saturday night and Sunday brought many areas 1-2 inches of rain.
The informational sessions are free but representatives say space is limited.
RTA said Monday in a release it is planning public meetings to discuss the changes and collect community feedback.
A man showed a gun and demanded money at the Dollar General on N. Main St.
The crash happened at the intersection of E. Stewart St. and S. Main St.
Break-ins were reported at the locations in Miamisburg and Kettering.
Stephen Paddock equipped rifles with bump stocks that he used to kill 58 people and wound hundreds from a Las Vegas hotel room a week ago.
Damage is estimated around $2,000.
Remnants of Nate will push into the Ohio Valley by mid to late afternoon.
Participants met at Fifth Third Field in an effort to raise money and awareness about the disease.
Dayton Police were called to the 2700 block of Verona Rd. around 7 p.m.
Windy and unseasonably warm today.
One of the newest social media apps is called Sarahhah and it targets adults but is gaining popularity with teens.
Each of the participants at the event raised at least $1,000 for the organization.