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Auditor: Skimmers benefit from stalled technology, not you
 Two financial-payment giants have delayed the deadline for gas stations to install credit card chip readers, which leaves consumers vulnerable to having their credit or debit card information stolen by skimming devices, the county auditor said today. Skimmers are electronic devices that thieves attach to gas pumps and other card readers to...

Posted: 22 days ago

Two financial-payment giants have delayed the deadline for gas stations to install credit card chip readers, which leaves consumers vulnerable to having their credit or debit card information stolen by skimming devices, the county auditor said today. Skimmers are electronic devices that thieves attach to gas pumps and other card readers to...
Dayton to spend $150K to settle landfill lawsuit

Posted: 22 days ago

The city of Dayton has authorized spending $150,000 to settle a lawsuit over contamination and cleanup costs at the South Dayton Dump and Landfill site. Dayton Assistant City Attorney John Musto said the payment averts a lengthy and costly court battle. “If this is approved by the court, this dismisses any action that could be brought...
Montgomery County improves child support collections
 The Montgomery County Child Support Enforcement Agency has increased its collection rate to 68 percent, notching the best improvement among Ohio’s large metro counties. The agency won accolades from the state for increasing current collections by more than comparable counties, which lifted the rate to the highest level since the economic...

Posted: 25 days ago

The Montgomery County Child Support Enforcement Agency has increased its collection rate to 68 percent, notching the best improvement among Ohio’s large metro counties. The agency won accolades from the state for increasing current collections by more than comparable counties, which lifted the rate to the highest level since the economic...
Residents, businesses finally filling in Webster Station, Tech Town
 A few years ago, Tech Town felt isolated from downtown and could not find tenants for one of its three buildings. But Tech Town’s campus is now 90 percent occupied and has new neighbors, including the Water Street District and BarryStaff, which have brought new residents and jobs to the Webster Station neighborhood. “We&rsquo...

Posted: 26 days ago

A few years ago, Tech Town felt isolated from downtown and could not find tenants for one of its three buildings. But Tech Town’s campus is now 90 percent occupied and has new neighbors, including the Water Street District and BarryStaff, which have brought new residents and jobs to the Webster Station neighborhood. “We&rsquo...
More children available for adoption in Montgomery County
 A larger share of children in the care of Montgomery County Children Services are in the state’s permanent custody, making them legally free for adoption. Local officials say the trend reflects changes in strategies and state law that seek to prevent children getting stuck in out-of-home-type settings, like group homes, foster care...

Posted: 27 days ago

A larger share of children in the care of Montgomery County Children Services are in the state’s permanent custody, making them legally free for adoption. Local officials say the trend reflects changes in strategies and state law that seek to prevent children getting stuck in out-of-home-type settings, like group homes, foster care...
Secret Santas, layaway angels, pay utility and toy bills
 A kind act by an anonymous donor will prevent several local families from having a blue Christmas by keeping their utilities on. Donors are spreading good tidings and cheer to local families by paying their electric bills or layaway accounts. For the fifth consecutive year, a local resident and his wife, who have not been identified, gave...

Posted: 27 days ago

A kind act by an anonymous donor will prevent several local families from having a blue Christmas by keeping their utilities on. Donors are spreading good tidings and cheer to local families by paying their electric bills or layaway accounts. For the fifth consecutive year, a local resident and his wife, who have not been identified, gave...
Secret Santas, layaway angels, pay utility and toy bills
 A kind act by an anonymous donor will prevent several local families from having a blue Christmas by keeping their utilities on. Other donors are spreading good tidings and cheer to local families by paying their electric bills or layaway accounts. For the fifth consecutive year, a local resident and his wife, who have not been identified...

Posted: 28 days ago

A kind act by an anonymous donor will prevent several local families from having a blue Christmas by keeping their utilities on. Other donors are spreading good tidings and cheer to local families by paying their electric bills or layaway accounts. For the fifth consecutive year, a local resident and his wife, who have not been identified...
Miami Valley crime lab fees rise as clients use state’s free service
 Dayton and some other local jurisdictions face higher fees for crime lab and evidence-testing services next year as the local lab adapts to a shrinking client base. Some law enforcement agencies in Montgomery County and many out-of-county agencies that used the Miami Valley Regional Crime Lab’s services are ditching it in favor of a...

Posted: 28 days ago

Dayton and some other local jurisdictions face higher fees for crime lab and evidence-testing services next year as the local lab adapts to a shrinking client base. Some law enforcement agencies in Montgomery County and many out-of-county agencies that used the Miami Valley Regional Crime Lab’s services are ditching it in favor of a...
Dayton Arcade impresses state elected leaders
 The Dayton Arcade did not receive any part of the $22.8 million in state historic tax credits that were announced Tuesday, which was unexpected and disappointing for developers and city leaders. But a day later, the arcade earned rave reviews from several state legislators who toured the downtown complex. RELATED: Latest Arcade plans seek...

Posted: 29 days ago

The Dayton Arcade did not receive any part of the $22.8 million in state historic tax credits that were announced Tuesday, which was unexpected and disappointing for developers and city leaders. But a day later, the arcade earned rave reviews from several state legislators who toured the downtown complex. RELATED: Latest Arcade plans seek...
Historic Xenia building awarded $183,715 in tax credits
 A 141-year-old building in downtown Xenia will have its upper floors renovated into housing with the help of state historic preservation tax credits. Local economic development officials hope the project is the first of many that activate empty upstairs spaces “We’re just trying to get more people to make investments downtown...

Posted: 30 days ago

A 141-year-old building in downtown Xenia will have its upper floors renovated into housing with the help of state historic preservation tax credits. Local economic development officials hope the project is the first of many that activate empty upstairs spaces “We’re just trying to get more people to make investments downtown...
Downtown project wins tax incentives — but not the Dayton Arcade
 The state has awarded $5 million in historic tax incentives to help rehab a highly recognizable downtown property, but another one — the Dayton Arcade — was left out, potentially threatening the timeline for its redevelopment. The Centre City building — a vacant highrise at 40 S. Main St. — won state support for its...

3:30 PM Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016

The state has awarded $5 million in historic tax incentives to help rehab a highly recognizable downtown property, but another one — the Dayton Arcade — was left out, potentially threatening the timeline for its redevelopment. The Centre City building — a vacant highrise at 40 S. Main St. — won state support for its...
Fairgrounds development would add to area’s rebirth
 The southern gateway into downtown Dayton was once known as a gritty no-mans land, where rundown structures dotted the streets, the down-and-out congregated and commuters driving in from the suburbs only stopped at traffic lights. But that landscape has changed and in relatively quick order. Blight along South Main Street has been replaced...

2:45 AM Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016

The southern gateway into downtown Dayton was once known as a gritty no-mans land, where rundown structures dotted the streets, the down-and-out congregated and commuters driving in from the suburbs only stopped at traffic lights. But that landscape has changed and in relatively quick order. Blight along South Main Street has been replaced...
Premier has eyed fairground development for decades
 Over the past 15 years Miami Valley Hospital and the University of Dayton joined forces to help revitalize the housing stock in the fairgrounds neighborhood and entice new restaurants and businesses onto nearby Brown Street. By partnering again – this week they announced a joint venture to buy the Montgomery County Fairgrounds land...

5:00 AM Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016

Over the past 15 years Miami Valley Hospital and the University of Dayton joined forces to help revitalize the housing stock in the fairgrounds neighborhood and entice new restaurants and businesses onto nearby Brown Street. By partnering again – this week they announced a joint venture to buy the Montgomery County Fairgrounds land...
Dayton leaders give themselves pay raises that some refuse
 The Dayton City Commission for the second consecutive year approved giving its members a 2 percent raise, though multiple members will not accept higher pay, and Commissioner Joey Williams voted against the measure. In a 3-1 vote, the commission approved the recommendation of the city’s compensation board to bump up the salaries. City...

9:07 PM Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016

The Dayton City Commission for the second consecutive year approved giving its members a 2 percent raise, though multiple members will not accept higher pay, and Commissioner Joey Williams voted against the measure. In a 3-1 vote, the commission approved the recommendation of the city’s compensation board to bump up the salaries. City...
Deal struck to sell county fairgrounds to UD, hospital
 The property that has housed the Montgomery County Fair for more than 160 years will be sold to the University of Dayton and Premier Health in a deal that is expected to reshape that southern section of Dayton. The university and health care system on Monday announced they have reached a $15 million agreement to purchase the 37-acre South...

10:20 PM Monday, Dec. 12, 2016

The property that has housed the Montgomery County Fair for more than 160 years will be sold to the University of Dayton and Premier Health in a deal that is expected to reshape that southern section of Dayton. The university and health care system on Monday announced they have reached a $15 million agreement to purchase the 37-acre South...
Montgomery County budget calls for higher spending
 Montgomery County’s proposed 2017 budget increases general fund spending by about 1.5 percent from this year, driven in large part by higher personnel expenditures. As proposed, the number of positions paid out of the general fund will be 1,324, which virtually is unchanged from the current year. But spending on salaries, fringe benefits...

6:33 PM Sunday, Dec. 04, 2016

Montgomery County’s proposed 2017 budget increases general fund spending by about 1.5 percent from this year, driven in large part by higher personnel expenditures. As proposed, the number of positions paid out of the general fund will be 1,324, which virtually is unchanged from the current year. But spending on salaries, fringe benefits...
Montgomery County budget calls for higher spending
 Montgomery County’s proposed 2017 budget increases general fund spending by about 1.5 percent from this year, driven in large part by higher personnel expenditures. As proposed, the number of positions paid out of the general fund will be 1,324, which virtually is unchanged from the current year. But spending on salaries, fringe benefits...

6:33 PM Sunday, Dec. 04, 2016

Montgomery County’s proposed 2017 budget increases general fund spending by about 1.5 percent from this year, driven in large part by higher personnel expenditures. As proposed, the number of positions paid out of the general fund will be 1,324, which virtually is unchanged from the current year. But spending on salaries, fringe benefits...
Group confirms Dayton in line to get music pavilion
 The word is out: Dayton is on track to become home to the eighth permanent Levitt pavilion. If there was still any question about the likelihood of that happening, it was answered this week by the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation, which helps fund the outdoor music venues. “It is now official that Levitt will build a permanent venue...

10:05 PM Friday, Dec. 02, 2016

The word is out: Dayton is on track to become home to the eighth permanent Levitt pavilion. If there was still any question about the likelihood of that happening, it was answered this week by the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation, which helps fund the outdoor music venues. “It is now official that Levitt will build a permanent venue...
Group confirms Dayton in line to get music pavilion
 The word is out: Dayton is on track to become home to the eighth permanent Levitt pavilion. If there was still any question about the likelihood of that happening, it was answered this week by the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation, which helps fund the outdoor music venues. “It is now official that Levitt will build a permanent venue...

10:05 PM Friday, Dec. 02, 2016

The word is out: Dayton is on track to become home to the eighth permanent Levitt pavilion. If there was still any question about the likelihood of that happening, it was answered this week by the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation, which helps fund the outdoor music venues. “It is now official that Levitt will build a permanent venue...
UD, Premier meet with county officials on fairground property
 Montgomery County Administrator Joe Tuss said in an email that he met Friday with representatives from the city, UD and Premier Health “to discuss the current situation and how Premier and UD might help support the redevelopment of this community asset.” Tuss called UD and Premier Health “anchor institutions” in the...

9:54 PM Friday, Dec. 02, 2016

Montgomery County Administrator Joe Tuss said in an email that he met Friday with representatives from the city, UD and Premier Health “to discuss the current situation and how Premier and UD might help support the redevelopment of this community asset.” Tuss called UD and Premier Health “anchor institutions” in the...
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