Understanding Sequestration and How Furloughs Work

With sequestration going into effect, many people have questions about what sequestration is and how do federal furloughs work. The US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) recently published information explaining these concepts for federal employees. Included here are some highlights. For a link to the full information from the OPM see the end of this article. > Read More

Sequester Could Affect Beavercreek’s City Income Tax Vote

With the sequester going into effect, some Wright-Patt civilian employees will face a tough question on the May ballot. Will they vote themselves an income tax after recently being furloughed and losing a portion of their pay? Currently civilian employees who work at Wright-Patt and live in the city of Beavercreek pay no city income tax. A vote of “yes” on Beavercreek’s city income tax measure would change that. > Read More

Air Force Museum’s New 3D Theater Opens in March

Last year the Air Force Museum Foundation (AFMF) announced plans to upgrade to the Air Force Museum’s giant screen theatre to digital 3D in 2013.

Work began in January on the conversion of the theater to 3D and other renovations with plans to open again in March, 2013. > Read More

New Job Listings Page

The Beavercreek Record has added a page dedicated to Job Listings with content provided by Indeed. Indeed is a top job listing site with over 80 million unique visitors and 1.5 billion job searches per month. Click here to check out the new Job Listings Page now.

Raiders Swim Club May Share YMCA With Public

As the Dayton Raiders Swim Club prepares to take over the Lofino (Beavercreek) YMCA on May 1, Chris Sperber, President of the Dayton Raiders Swim Club Board, isn’t ruling out the possibility of sharing the facility by offering some programs to the general public of Beavercreek. > Read More