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Area Democrats, Republicans united in opposition to Trump’s CDBG plan
 Around the Miami Valley, local governments and community activists are rallying against plans by the Trump administration to eliminate a 43-year-old federal program that has brought multi-millions of dollars of assistance to lower-income neighborhoods in the area. Under President Donald Trump’s proposed budget, the Community Development...

Posted: 10 hours ago

Around the Miami Valley, local governments and community activists are rallying against plans by the Trump administration to eliminate a 43-year-old federal program that has brought multi-millions of dollars of assistance to lower-income neighborhoods in the area. Under President Donald Trump’s proposed budget, the Community Development...
Police to target ‘micro areas’ of violent crime
 Nearly 40 percent of shootings in Dayton are concentrated in small hot spots that combined represent less than one square mile, according to a report released this week. Additionally, more than one in six firearm offenses and almost one in seven robberies last year took place in these small slivers of the city, which altogether represent...

Posted: 2 days ago

Nearly 40 percent of shootings in Dayton are concentrated in small hot spots that combined represent less than one square mile, according to a report released this week. Additionally, more than one in six firearm offenses and almost one in seven robberies last year took place in these small slivers of the city, which altogether represent...
Dayton plans to bring back speed, red-light cameras
 An increase in traffic crashes and fatalities has Dayton police planning to bring back red-light and speed-detection cameras in the city. Dayton police propose to use 10 fixed camera systems, six hand-held devices and two portable trailer units, restarting a controversial program that was shelved in mid-2015 after the state put tough new...

Posted: 2 days ago

An increase in traffic crashes and fatalities has Dayton police planning to bring back red-light and speed-detection cameras in the city. Dayton police propose to use 10 fixed camera systems, six hand-held devices and two portable trailer units, restarting a controversial program that was shelved in mid-2015 after the state put tough new...
40 percent of shootings occur in small sliver of Dayton
 Nearly 40 percent of shootings in Dayton are concentrated in small areas that – when combined – represent less than one square mile, according to a report released today. In addition, more than one in six firearm offenses and almost one in seven robberies last year took place in these small slivers of the city, which altogether...

Posted: 3 days ago

Nearly 40 percent of shootings in Dayton are concentrated in small areas that – when combined – represent less than one square mile, according to a report released today. In addition, more than one in six firearm offenses and almost one in seven robberies last year took place in these small slivers of the city, which altogether...
$34M for preschool funding approved in Dayton
 The Preschool Promise Board and Dayton City Commission both approved a contract Wednesday that will create the funding stream to expand preschool access in Dayton during the next eight years. The contract calls for the city to make $4.3 million available to Preschool Promise once upon execution of the deal this spring, then again each of...

Posted: 3 days ago

The Preschool Promise Board and Dayton City Commission both approved a contract Wednesday that will create the funding stream to expand preschool access in Dayton during the next eight years. The contract calls for the city to make $4.3 million available to Preschool Promise once upon execution of the deal this spring, then again each of...
Dayton has plan to bring back red light cameras
 More traffic fatalities and crashes has Dayton police proposing to bring back red-light cameras in the city. Dayton police propose to have 10 fixed systems, six handheld devices and two trailer, portable units. They presented it tonight to the Dayton City Commission. The Dayton Police Department’s photo enforcement program began in...

Posted: 3 days ago

More traffic fatalities and crashes has Dayton police proposing to bring back red-light cameras in the city. Dayton police propose to have 10 fixed systems, six handheld devices and two trailer, portable units. They presented it tonight to the Dayton City Commission. The Dayton Police Department’s photo enforcement program began in...
9 wounded in Ohio’s second mass shooting in less than a month
 A shooting at a party hall in Columbus that injured nine people early Sunday morning appears to be the latest example of how quickly arguments in alcohol establishments can escalate and result in tragedy. The shooting comes just three weeks after two people were killed, and 15 others were injured, by gunfire in a mass shooting at a night...

Posted: 6 days ago

A shooting at a party hall in Columbus that injured nine people early Sunday morning appears to be the latest example of how quickly arguments in alcohol establishments can escalate and result in tragedy. The shooting comes just three weeks after two people were killed, and 15 others were injured, by gunfire in a mass shooting at a night...
City wants pay-by-phone parking meters

Posted: 7 days ago

Dayton drivers may soon be able to feed parking meters downtown using their cell phones and get text messages when their meters are nearing expiration. The city of Dayton is seeking a vendor to add pay-by-mobile technology to most of its meters. Digital payments would be accepted through a mobile app or a website. Motorists also would be...
It’s official: UD and Premier complete fairgrounds purchase
 A century-old idea to redevelop the Montgomery County Fairgrounds broke new ground and made history Friday when the University of Dayton and Premier Health finalized the purchase of the 38-acre site. The sale starts the countdown for when the property will break from its agricultural past and embark on a new path, which local officials hope...

Posted: 8 days ago

A century-old idea to redevelop the Montgomery County Fairgrounds broke new ground and made history Friday when the University of Dayton and Premier Health finalized the purchase of the 38-acre site. The sale starts the countdown for when the property will break from its agricultural past and embark on a new path, which local officials hope...
Montgomery County adds $500K to help small businesses

Posted: 9 days ago

Montgomery County has made a big commitment to a program that gives small businesses a helping hand. County leaders say the new MicroEnterprise grants program was an instant success and decided to increase its funding by $500,000. Last year, the county awarded 16 businesses more than $199,000, which they used for projects such as new equipment...
New animatronics show opening at Carillon park
 The characters are the same, but Dayton History’s new animatronics show comes with more action, detailed vignettes and some surprises, including contributions from a furry, personable St. Bernard. After closing for two weeks, the animatronics theater at Carillon Historical Park officially reopens to the general public on Friday, and...

Posted: 10 days ago

The characters are the same, but Dayton History’s new animatronics show comes with more action, detailed vignettes and some surprises, including contributions from a furry, personable St. Bernard. After closing for two weeks, the animatronics theater at Carillon Historical Park officially reopens to the general public on Friday, and...
Arcade ‘very close’ to securing financing, developers say
 The Dayton Arcade developers are on the verge of securing the financing they need to transform the southern portion of the complex into housing, offices and co-working, arts and event spaces and other uses, developers said Tuesday. Developers Cross Street Partners and Miller-Valentine Group may be just weeks away from pulling together the...

Posted: 11 days ago

The Dayton Arcade developers are on the verge of securing the financing they need to transform the southern portion of the complex into housing, offices and co-working, arts and event spaces and other uses, developers said Tuesday. Developers Cross Street Partners and Miller-Valentine Group may be just weeks away from pulling together the...
UD, Premier to finalize fairgrounds purchase
 After an extended due diligence period, the University of Dayton and Premier Health expect to close on the Montgomery County Fairgrounds on Friday, marking the start of a new chapter for the historic property. Fairgrounds Redevelopment Ltd., a joint venture by the UD and the hospital system, will finalize the $15 million purchase of the 38-acre...

Posted: 12 days ago

After an extended due diligence period, the University of Dayton and Premier Health expect to close on the Montgomery County Fairgrounds on Friday, marking the start of a new chapter for the historic property. Fairgrounds Redevelopment Ltd., a joint venture by the UD and the hospital system, will finalize the $15 million purchase of the 38-acre...
Isn’t it sweet — Dayton malt company expands
 A company that makes natural sweeteners is expanding once again, bringing new jobs and investment to northwest Dayton. Malt Products Corp. at 4744 Wolf Creek Pike is building a new multi-story addition to its already sizable facilities to house a dryer for a new powder sweetener product. Malt Products in recent years has invested tens of...

Posted: 12 days ago

A company that makes natural sweeteners is expanding once again, bringing new jobs and investment to northwest Dayton. Malt Products Corp. at 4744 Wolf Creek Pike is building a new multi-story addition to its already sizable facilities to house a dryer for a new powder sweetener product. Malt Products in recent years has invested tens of...
3 groups compete to redevelop empty downtown Dayton tower
 A few respected names in the business of renovating historic buildings are vying to redevelop a vacant downtown office tower that was a big part of Dayton’s economic past. The city of Dayton wants to find a firm to transform the Paru Tower at 34 N. Main St. into a signature development, reversing the fortunes of a property that has...

Posted: 13 days ago

A few respected names in the business of renovating historic buildings are vying to redevelop a vacant downtown office tower that was a big part of Dayton’s economic past. The city of Dayton wants to find a firm to transform the Paru Tower at 34 N. Main St. into a signature development, reversing the fortunes of a property that has...
University of Dayton could become Arcade anchor tenant, president says
 The University of Dayton will be an anchor tenant in the redeveloped Dayton Arcade if the downtown plans move forward, UD president Eric Spina revealed during his inauguration speech Tuesday. Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley called UD’s commitment “a game-changer” in the Arcade process, saying a successful redevelopment there could...

Posted: 18 days ago

The University of Dayton will be an anchor tenant in the redeveloped Dayton Arcade if the downtown plans move forward, UD president Eric Spina revealed during his inauguration speech Tuesday. Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley called UD’s commitment “a game-changer” in the Arcade process, saying a successful redevelopment there could...
University of Dayton could become Arcade anchor tenant, president says
 The University of Dayton will be an anchor tenant in the redeveloped Dayton Arcade if the downtown plans move forward, UD president Eric Spina revealed during his inauguration speech Tuesday. Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley called UD’s commitment “a game-changer” in the Arcade process, saying a successful redevelopment there could...

Posted: 18 days ago

The University of Dayton will be an anchor tenant in the redeveloped Dayton Arcade if the downtown plans move forward, UD president Eric Spina revealed during his inauguration speech Tuesday. Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley called UD’s commitment “a game-changer” in the Arcade process, saying a successful redevelopment there could...
Dayton received $57M in last decade from program on Trump’s chopping block
 State and local elected leaders from both parties have come out against President Trump’s proposal to slash funding to a federal program that gives Dayton and other Ohio communities millions of dollars each year for projects including street paving, demolition, home repairs and housing assistance. Trump’s 2018 budget blueprint...

Posted: 18 days ago

State and local elected leaders from both parties have come out against President Trump’s proposal to slash funding to a federal program that gives Dayton and other Ohio communities millions of dollars each year for projects including street paving, demolition, home repairs and housing assistance. Trump’s 2018 budget blueprint...
Residents vent frustration with trolley poles in their yards
 Multiple Westwood residents recently voiced frustration during a city commission meeting over new trolley bus poles being installed in their front yard. The Greater Dayton RTA is replacing trolley poles along Kammer Avenue that power its electric buses using overhead wire. The new poles are part of a multi-million dollar upgrade of RTA&rsquo...

Posted: 20 days ago

Multiple Westwood residents recently voiced frustration during a city commission meeting over new trolley bus poles being installed in their front yard. The Greater Dayton RTA is replacing trolley poles along Kammer Avenue that power its electric buses using overhead wire. The new poles are part of a multi-million dollar upgrade of RTA&rsquo...
Companies getting tax breaks struggle to hire Dayton residents
 Companies that receive tax breaks through Dayton’s enterprise zone program are doing a better job of meeting their investment and hiring pledges. However, companies in the program continue to fall short of their commitments to hire Dayton residents. RELATED: Enterprise agreement to support addition of 40 new jobs Last year, 80 percent...

Posted: 22 days ago

Companies that receive tax breaks through Dayton’s enterprise zone program are doing a better job of meeting their investment and hiring pledges. However, companies in the program continue to fall short of their commitments to hire Dayton residents. RELATED: Enterprise agreement to support addition of 40 new jobs Last year, 80 percent...
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