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UD discusses its role in proposed Dayton Arcade development
 The University of Dayton wants to take the lead in making the Dayton Arcade an “innovation hub” if redevelopment plans move forward. According to UD provost Paul Benson and documents, UD’s plans would include: • Moving the L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, as well as some staff and faculty...

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The University of Dayton wants to take the lead in making the Dayton Arcade an “innovation hub” if redevelopment plans move forward. According to UD provost Paul Benson and documents, UD’s plans would include: • Moving the L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, as well as some staff and faculty...
UD’s plans for a ‘shark tank’ in Dayton Arcade would turn it into innovation hub
 If the rehab of the Dayton Arcade moves forward, the University of Dayton expects to be one of the anchor tenants, jointly overseeing more than 100,000 square feet of space in the southern portion of the complex. UD plans to relocate its L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, as well as some staff and faculty offices, into...

Posted: 23 hours ago

If the rehab of the Dayton Arcade moves forward, the University of Dayton expects to be one of the anchor tenants, jointly overseeing more than 100,000 square feet of space in the southern portion of the complex. UD plans to relocate its L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, as well as some staff and faculty offices, into...
Belmont student punished after violence caught on camera
 “Serious disciplinary action” was taken against a Belmont High School student after a video circulated online of him punching and taunting another student, school officials said Thursday. “It was a person picking on another kid, that did punch him,” said Dayton Public Schools Superintendent Rhonda Corr. The district...

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“Serious disciplinary action” was taken against a Belmont High School student after a video circulated online of him punching and taunting another student, school officials said Thursday. “It was a person picking on another kid, that did punch him,” said Dayton Public Schools Superintendent Rhonda Corr. The district...
Dayton student disciplined after bullying video surfaces
 A Belmont student was given “serious disciplinary action” after a video released online shows physical violence against another student, school officials said. “It was a person picking on another kid and did punch him,” said Dayton Public Schools Superintendent Rhonda Corr.  The incident, which took place...

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A Belmont student was given “serious disciplinary action” after a video released online shows physical violence against another student, school officials said. “It was a person picking on another kid and did punch him,” said Dayton Public Schools Superintendent Rhonda Corr.  The incident, which took place...
Officials: Source of Hewitt Soap Co. factory fire may never be identified
 Dayton fire officials said investigators have not determined the cause of last week’s large fire at the Hewitt Soap Co. factory  and the source may never be identified. The cause of the December 2016 fire at the soap factory was never clearly determined because the structure was reduced to a pile of debris, officials said.  Emergency...

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Dayton fire officials said investigators have not determined the cause of last week’s large fire at the Hewitt Soap Co. factory and the source may never be identified. The cause of the December 2016 fire at the soap factory was never clearly determined because the structure was reduced to a pile of debris, officials said.  Emergency...
The $100M question: What’s next for downtown’s Water Street District?
 The investment in the Water Street District has already surpassed $100 million, and the developers have their sights set on adding even more housing, offices and destinations to the fastest-growing part of the urban center. Water Street has transformed a strip of waterfront along the Mad River with 215 new apartments and townhomes and a four-story...

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The investment in the Water Street District has already surpassed $100 million, and the developers have their sights set on adding even more housing, offices and destinations to the fastest-growing part of the urban center. Water Street has transformed a strip of waterfront along the Mad River with 215 new apartments and townhomes and a four-story...
MetroPark tree tower, felled by disease, is being rebuilt
 Crews next week will begin reconstructing a popular tree tower and observation deck that closed more than a year ago because of safety concerns. The Cox Arboretum MetroPark Tree Tower closed in September 2016 after soft spots were discovered in the wood of the 65-foot tall structure, which is supported by three beams. The damage, caused by...

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Crews next week will begin reconstructing a popular tree tower and observation deck that closed more than a year ago because of safety concerns. The Cox Arboretum MetroPark Tree Tower closed in September 2016 after soft spots were discovered in the wood of the 65-foot tall structure, which is supported by three beams. The damage, caused by...
$100M Water Street: New apartments, condos, offices may be on the way
 The Water Street District, which has already dramatically transformed the northeastern section of downtown Dayton, could add even more housing and offices to the rapidly growing mixed-use development. RELATED: Numbers don’t lie: Downtown Dayton’s 2017 was HUGE The Water Street developers are looking at building a four-story apartment...

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The Water Street District, which has already dramatically transformed the northeastern section of downtown Dayton, could add even more housing and offices to the rapidly growing mixed-use development. RELATED: Numbers don’t lie: Downtown Dayton’s 2017 was HUGE The Water Street developers are looking at building a four-story apartment...
Numbers don’t lie: Downtown Dayton’s 2017 was HUGE
 Downtown Dayton is experiencing the largest construction boom in decades, driven by colossal interest in urban living and the growing appetite for unique and authentic live, work and play opportunities. New apartments are filling up fast, and new market-rate townhomes are selling long before they are ready for move-in. Downtown is on track...

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Downtown Dayton is experiencing the largest construction boom in decades, driven by colossal interest in urban living and the growing appetite for unique and authentic live, work and play opportunities. New apartments are filling up fast, and new market-rate townhomes are selling long before they are ready for move-in. Downtown is on track...
Dayton traffic cameras issue 18k warnings, citations come next
 The city of Dayton is citing motorists using automated, mobile traffic cameras since the mandatory warning period has ended, during which time almost 18,000 warnings were issued to car owners. Dayton police have operated two mobile speed trailers and multiple hand-held speed cameras for more than one month. Right now, two trailers are stationed...

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The city of Dayton is citing motorists using automated, mobile traffic cameras since the mandatory warning period has ended, during which time almost 18,000 warnings were issued to car owners. Dayton police have operated two mobile speed trailers and multiple hand-held speed cameras for more than one month. Right now, two trailers are stationed...
Dayton faces long-term budget issues, despite income tax hike
 Dayton continues to face long-term, structural budget challenges that likely will require intervention or reforms, even though city voters approved an income tax increase last year. The growth in the city’s spending continues to outpace the growth in its revenue, which is unsustainable in the long run, the city’s financial officials...

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Dayton continues to face long-term, structural budget challenges that likely will require intervention or reforms, even though city voters approved an income tax increase last year. The growth in the city’s spending continues to outpace the growth in its revenue, which is unsustainable in the long run, the city’s financial officials...
City of Dayton can’t test for nicotine without unions’ OK, officials say
 The city of Dayton recently signaled it may want to test its workers for nicotine at some point in the future to try to become a tobacco-free workplace. But the city cannot simply require most of its workforce to stop smoking or chewing tobacco, because drug testing is negotiated and regulated by union-represented workers’ collective...

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The city of Dayton recently signaled it may want to test its workers for nicotine at some point in the future to try to become a tobacco-free workplace. But the city cannot simply require most of its workforce to stop smoking or chewing tobacco, because drug testing is negotiated and regulated by union-represented workers’ collective...
Dayton investigators work to pinpoint cause of Hewitt Soap factory fire 
 Dayton arson investigators continue their work to pinpoint the cause of a massive fire at the former Hewitt Soap Company factory. The blaze was the city’s largest since the same property burned one year ago. Friday afternoon and into the early evening, demolition crews knocked down the charred remains of the building on the northern...

Posted: 8 days ago

Dayton arson investigators continue their work to pinpoint the cause of a massive fire at the former Hewitt Soap Company factory. The blaze was the city’s largest since the same property burned one year ago. Friday afternoon and into the early evening, demolition crews knocked down the charred remains of the building on the northern...
Half of Dayton area renters spend ‘too much’ on rent
 Nearly half of renters in the Dayton area are “cost burdened,” meaning they spend 30 percent or more of their income on housing, which can put a major strain on a household budget, especially for those at the lower end of the income scale, according to analysis by Apartment List released today. Dayton has been nationally recognized...

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Nearly half of renters in the Dayton area are “cost burdened,” meaning they spend 30 percent or more of their income on housing, which can put a major strain on a household budget, especially for those at the lower end of the income scale, according to analysis by Apartment List released today. Dayton has been nationally recognized...
Could voters decide the traffic camera issue in Dayton?
 If the Dayton Unit NAACP has its way, voters in Dayton will decide how traffic cameras can be used to cite drivers in the city. The group plans to start circulating a petition to put a measure on next year’s ballot that would restrict use of the devices to only those times during which a police officer is present, said Derrick Foward...

Posted: 9 days ago

If the Dayton Unit NAACP has its way, voters in Dayton will decide how traffic cameras can be used to cite drivers in the city. The group plans to start circulating a petition to put a measure on next year’s ballot that would restrict use of the devices to only those times during which a police officer is present, said Derrick Foward...
Why the NAACP wants Dayton voters to decide on traffic cameras
 Dayton’s automated red light and speed cameras aren’t issuing fines yet, but already they face an uncertain future. That’s because the Dayton Unit NAACP plans to start circulating a petition to put a measure on next year’s ballot that would restrict use of the devices to only those times during which a police officer...

Posted: 9 days ago

Dayton’s automated red light and speed cameras aren’t issuing fines yet, but already they face an uncertain future. That’s because the Dayton Unit NAACP plans to start circulating a petition to put a measure on next year’s ballot that would restrict use of the devices to only those times during which a police officer...
Re-elected Dayton leaders after easy win: ‘We’ve got momentum’
 Two incumbent Dayton commissioners easily won re-election against two challengers Tuesday, prompting the winners to say voters think the city is headed in the right direction. Joey Williams, who was the top vote-getter, and Jeff Mims Jr. defeated challengers Darryl Fairchild and Shenise Turner-Sloss. Mims and Williams said they feel voters...

Posted: 9 days ago

Two incumbent Dayton commissioners easily won re-election against two challengers Tuesday, prompting the winners to say voters think the city is headed in the right direction. Joey Williams, who was the top vote-getter, and Jeff Mims Jr. defeated challengers Darryl Fairchild and Shenise Turner-Sloss. Mims and Williams said they feel voters...
You can track Dayton’s spending of $11M in new tax dollars. Here’s how.
 Dayton voters last year approved raising the city’s income tax to 2.5 percent, which is expected to generate about $11 million in new revenue each year. The city says it’s putting the new money to good use by investing in road resurfacing, park improvements, vacant lot maintenance, more police officers and universal pre-kindergarten...

Posted: 11 days ago

Dayton voters last year approved raising the city’s income tax to 2.5 percent, which is expected to generate about $11 million in new revenue each year. The city says it’s putting the new money to good use by investing in road resurfacing, park improvements, vacant lot maintenance, more police officers and universal pre-kindergarten...
Incumbent commissioners win big in Dayton city races
 Joey Williams and Jeff Mims Jr. were re-elected to the Dayton City Commission on Tuesday in a race that was never as tight as some thought it would be. Williams, the longest-serving current member of the city commission, won a fifth term in office as the top vote-getter, garnering about 30.1 percent of the vote, according to unofficial election...

Posted: 11 days ago

Joey Williams and Jeff Mims Jr. were re-elected to the Dayton City Commission on Tuesday in a race that was never as tight as some thought it would be. Williams, the longest-serving current member of the city commission, won a fifth term in office as the top vote-getter, garnering about 30.1 percent of the vote, according to unofficial election...
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