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Overhaul planned for busy corridor in Huber Heights
 A heavily traveled corridor in Huber Heights could get a dramatic makeover if a city-supported vision for the thoroughfare takes shape. A consultant has helped the city craft a plan that reimagines the section of Brandt Pike south of Interstate 70 that focuses on improving the roadway, transit stops, pedestrian environment, traffic flow,...

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A heavily traveled corridor in Huber Heights could get a dramatic makeover if a city-supported vision for the thoroughfare takes shape. A consultant has helped the city craft a plan that reimagines the section of Brandt Pike south of Interstate 70 that focuses on improving the roadway, transit stops, pedestrian environment, traffic flow,...
Developers plan more housing for downtown Dayton
 Developers have submitted their plans for the next phase of the Water Street District, which calls for adding 54 new housing units along and near the Mad River, including some larger apartments. Woodard Development and Crawford Hoying plan to construct three new buildings each offering a mix of flats-style units, ranging in size between 800...

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Developers have submitted their plans for the next phase of the Water Street District, which calls for adding 54 new housing units along and near the Mad River, including some larger apartments. Woodard Development and Crawford Hoying plan to construct three new buildings each offering a mix of flats-style units, ranging in size between 800...
Sheriff: County leaders deserve civilian oversight committees
 The Montgomery County commission’s proposal for a citizens review committee for the county jail faces resistance from the sheriff and has raised questions about how its members can be selected to ensure impartiality. The commission this week asked Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley to lead the effort to establish an “independent and bipartisan&rdquo...

Posted: 2 days ago

The Montgomery County commission’s proposal for a citizens review committee for the county jail faces resistance from the sheriff and has raised questions about how its members can be selected to ensure impartiality. The commission this week asked Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley to lead the effort to establish an “independent and bipartisan&rdquo...
Mayor: Dayton is ‘roaring back’
 Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley’s fourth State of the City address this morning made the case that Dayton is “roaring back” to life, and framed the last several years as highly productive to address issues like blight, infrastructure needs and the city’s fiscal health. In a speech to a packed house at city commission chambers...

Posted: 3 days ago

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley’s fourth State of the City address this morning made the case that Dayton is “roaring back” to life, and framed the last several years as highly productive to address issues like blight, infrastructure needs and the city’s fiscal health. In a speech to a packed house at city commission chambers...
Commissioner: Handling jail review at local level preferred
 The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners has asked Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley to spearhead a civilian review group for the county jail, which could impact the commission’s request for a federal probe of the facility. A federal investigation into potential civil rights violations at the jail is warranted, but the county commission would...

Posted: 3 days ago

The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners has asked Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley to spearhead a civilian review group for the county jail, which could impact the commission’s request for a federal probe of the facility. A federal investigation into potential civil rights violations at the jail is warranted, but the county commission would...
Unemployment fraud costs Ohio millions
 The state improperly paid out more than $8.6 million in unemployment benefits recipients in 2015, but it has significantly reduced fraudulent overpayments through the program. Several years ago, the state implemented some new measures aimed at reducing fraud related to unemployment insurance. In 2013, the state made about 12,700 fraudulent...

Posted: 4 days ago

The state improperly paid out more than $8.6 million in unemployment benefits recipients in 2015, but it has significantly reduced fraudulent overpayments through the program. Several years ago, the state implemented some new measures aimed at reducing fraud related to unemployment insurance. In 2013, the state made about 12,700 fraudulent...
Unemployment fraud still costing state millions
 Ohio has significantly reduced fraudulent overpayments to people collecting unemployment insurance since instituting measures designed to identify and recover money from benefit cheats. The state made about 7,500 unemployment insurance overpayments totalling $8.6 million in 2015, and it was on track to end 2016 with somewhat similar numbers...

Posted: 4 days ago

Ohio has significantly reduced fraudulent overpayments to people collecting unemployment insurance since instituting measures designed to identify and recover money from benefit cheats. The state made about 7,500 unemployment insurance overpayments totalling $8.6 million in 2015, and it was on track to end 2016 with somewhat similar numbers...
Sinclair seeks to fix parking frustrations
 Parking at Sinclair Community College is a common source of frustration and dissatisfaction among students, but the school plans to reconfigure its on-campus parking to be more user friendly. Sinclair has adopted a master plan that seeks to overhaul the campus layout to better tie its facilities and parking together. Sinclair hopes to increase...

Posted: 5 days ago

Parking at Sinclair Community College is a common source of frustration and dissatisfaction among students, but the school plans to reconfigure its on-campus parking to be more user friendly. Sinclair has adopted a master plan that seeks to overhaul the campus layout to better tie its facilities and parking together. Sinclair hopes to increase...
Agency undergoing $7M expansion, increasing disability services
 United Rehabilitation Services (URS) has entered the third phase of its roughly $7.2 million renovation and expansion project, which has increased the nonprofit’s capacity to help eliminate a waiting list for its services care and meet a growing demand for adult programming. URS has upgraded its home and built and opened a new addition...

Posted: 6 days ago

United Rehabilitation Services (URS) has entered the third phase of its roughly $7.2 million renovation and expansion project, which has increased the nonprofit’s capacity to help eliminate a waiting list for its services care and meet a growing demand for adult programming. URS has upgraded its home and built and opened a new addition...
Mayor supports jail oversight committee; city should name some members
 Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley has declared the city’s support of Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer’s efforts to create an oversight committee for the county jail, but asked him to allow Dayton to appoint as many as half of its members. In a Feb.14 letter to Plummer, the mayor praised the sheriff for working to create a civilian...

Posted: 7 days ago

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley has declared the city’s support of Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer’s efforts to create an oversight committee for the county jail, but asked him to allow Dayton to appoint as many as half of its members. In a Feb.14 letter to Plummer, the mayor praised the sheriff for working to create a civilian...
CareSource to buy office tower, downsize plans for another
 CareSource is scaling back the size of the office tower it wants to build downtown because the nonprofit is buying and expanding its presence in another nearby building. The tower the nonprofit health insurer plans to construct on the 100 block of East First Street will be six floors now instead of seven, reducing its capacity to 800 office...

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CareSource is scaling back the size of the office tower it wants to build downtown because the nonprofit is buying and expanding its presence in another nearby building. The tower the nonprofit health insurer plans to construct on the 100 block of East First Street will be six floors now instead of seven, reducing its capacity to 800 office...
Retail, restaurants lead business activity downtown
 Retail and restaurants last year accounted for the largest share of site-selection activities and business openings in Dayton’s Central Business District, suggesting strong interest in new and unique shopping and dining experiences. RELATED: Sneak peek at Table 33 In 2016, 54 percent of businesses that opened in the downtown district...

Posted: 8 days ago

Retail and restaurants last year accounted for the largest share of site-selection activities and business openings in Dayton’s Central Business District, suggesting strong interest in new and unique shopping and dining experiences. RELATED: Sneak peek at Table 33 In 2016, 54 percent of businesses that opened in the downtown district...
NEW HOPE: $1.5M project could revitalize vacant building, add 100 jobs
 An investment firm plans to spend about $1.5 million renovating the empty McCall’s printing facility in West Dayton in an attempt to attract new industrial users and potentially bring scores of new jobs to the massive property. Dayton commissioners this week approved a development agreement with Phoenix JCR Dayton Industrial Investors...

Posted: 9 days ago

An investment firm plans to spend about $1.5 million renovating the empty McCall’s printing facility in West Dayton in an attempt to attract new industrial users and potentially bring scores of new jobs to the massive property. Dayton commissioners this week approved a development agreement with Phoenix JCR Dayton Industrial Investors...
City settle lawsuit over property battle with used car dealer
 Dayton commissioners voted Wednesday night to authorize a $200,000 settlement with a used car lot owner who accused the city of taking his land without providing proper compensation. Kenneth Smiley Jr., the owner of Ken’s Kars at 840 N. Main St., sold about 10,940 square feet of his property to the Ohio Department of Transportation...

Posted: 10 days ago

Dayton commissioners voted Wednesday night to authorize a $200,000 settlement with a used car lot owner who accused the city of taking his land without providing proper compensation. Kenneth Smiley Jr., the owner of Ken’s Kars at 840 N. Main St., sold about 10,940 square feet of his property to the Ohio Department of Transportation...
Tension grows between Montgomery Co. commissioners, sheriff
 The Montgomery County commission and the county sheriff have clashed in past years over his budget, but the friction has escalated since commissioners requested a federal investigation into potential misconduct and civil rights violations at the county jail. Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer accused commissioners of political chicanery...

Posted: 10 days ago

The Montgomery County commission and the county sheriff have clashed in past years over his budget, but the friction has escalated since commissioners requested a federal investigation into potential misconduct and civil rights violations at the county jail. Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer accused commissioners of political chicanery...
Zoning change could make way for new Dayton restaurant
 The owner of an empty Historic Inner East building hopes to open a diner and restaurant that serves a variety of baked goods. William Triplett, who owns the building at 1800 East Fifth St., is seeking a zoning variance for the two-story structure to create a restaurant and diner on the ground level and several apartments. The project name...

Posted: 15 days ago

The owner of an empty Historic Inner East building hopes to open a diner and restaurant that serves a variety of baked goods. William Triplett, who owns the building at 1800 East Fifth St., is seeking a zoning variance for the two-story structure to create a restaurant and diner on the ground level and several apartments. The project name...
Montgomery County jail probe by feds no sure thing, experts say
 The federal agency asked to probe potential misconduct and civil rights violations at the Montgomery County Jail has taken action to change law enforcement practices and policies in some areas of civil unrest, including Cleveland, Baltimore and Ferguson. But how the Justice Department will operate under President Trump and his new attorney...

Posted: 16 days ago

The federal agency asked to probe potential misconduct and civil rights violations at the Montgomery County Jail has taken action to change law enforcement practices and policies in some areas of civil unrest, including Cleveland, Baltimore and Ferguson. But how the Justice Department will operate under President Trump and his new attorney...
County commissioners ask for civil rights investigation into jail
 The Montgomery County Commissioners on Tuesday called for a federal investigation into potential civil rights violations at the county jail, citing a series of incidents that resulted in litigation against the county, jail and sheriff’s office. RELATED: 7 current lawsuits against Montgomery County Jail employees County commissioners...

Posted: 18 days ago

The Montgomery County Commissioners on Tuesday called for a federal investigation into potential civil rights violations at the county jail, citing a series of incidents that resulted in litigation against the county, jail and sheriff’s office. RELATED: 7 current lawsuits against Montgomery County Jail employees County commissioners...
Where are Dayton’s 10 most dangerous intersections?
 Dayton’s worst intersection for crashes, West Third Street at James H. McGee Boulevard, had 37 accidents in 2016. No intersection in Dayton was more dangerous last year, although a few came close. There were 29 accidents at Salem Avenue at Philadelphia Drive, and 27 at North Main Street at Siebenthaler Avenue. Last year, 250 auto crashes...

Posted: 18 days ago

Dayton’s worst intersection for crashes, West Third Street at James H. McGee Boulevard, had 37 accidents in 2016. No intersection in Dayton was more dangerous last year, although a few came close. There were 29 accidents at Salem Avenue at Philadelphia Drive, and 27 at North Main Street at Siebenthaler Avenue. Last year, 250 auto crashes...
Dayton crashes, fatalities rise sharply in two years
 Dayton has seen a 40 percent increase in traffic crashes since 2014, and traffic fatalities have nearly doubled on the city’s roadways, according to police data. Injury and property crashes in the city rose to 4,326 in 2016, compared to 3,093 two years earlier, the reports show. About 30 people died in traffic crashes in Dayton last...

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Dayton has seen a 40 percent increase in traffic crashes since 2014, and traffic fatalities have nearly doubled on the city’s roadways, according to police data. Injury and property crashes in the city rose to 4,326 in 2016, compared to 3,093 two years earlier, the reports show. About 30 people died in traffic crashes in Dayton last...
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