DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - 2 News Today has 5 things you need to know for Monday, November 5, 2012.
A construction project to demolish the Fraser Papers building in West Carrollton could affect your morning commute. Traffic on Central Avenue between Miami Avenue and North Smith Street will be reduced from four to two lanes.
Village officials in Yellow Springs are flushing fire hydrants so residents may notice some discolored water, but it is safe to drink.
Officials in Yellow Springs are also set to approve a new chief of police at tonight's council meeting.
CoCo's Bistro in Dayton will reopen at its new location in the two-hundred block of Warren Street in Dayton.
MCR Federal is collecting candy for troops. You can drop off donations until 5 p.m. at the Beavercreek office located at 2601 Mission Point Boulevard, suite 320.
Neighbors reported heavy smoke coming from the home in the 300 block of Lawncrest Avenue in Drexel around 11 a.m.
The city of West Carrollton has a new fire chief.
An accident slowed traffic near the I-75/US 35 interchange in downtown Dayton.
A Dayton man was arrested Tuesday after his neighbor, community activist David Esrati said the man threatened to kill him.
The Dayton Police Department is filing theft and fraud charges against a California man over the sale of a car.