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Watch out, Austin and Denver: Millennials buying up homes in Dayton area
 Dayton may not be a young-person magnet like the large coastal cities or places known for their hipster enclaves like Denver, Colo., and Austin, Texas. But a significant number of millennials are putting down roots in the Dayton region instead of searching for greener pastures in bigger markets. About 42 percent of mortgages in the Dayton...

Posted: 10 days ago

Dayton may not be a young-person magnet like the large coastal cities or places known for their hipster enclaves like Denver, Colo., and Austin, Texas. But a significant number of millennials are putting down roots in the Dayton region instead of searching for greener pastures in bigger markets. About 42 percent of mortgages in the Dayton...
Millennials pay less for homes in Dayton
 Millennials who want affordable home prices in an urban market may want to check out the Gem City. Of the top 100 major metro areas in the nation, just three have lower median home purchase prices than Dayton for people under the age of 35, according to data from Realtor.com. The Dayton area may not be on the radar of most millennials, the...

Posted: 14 days ago

Millennials who want affordable home prices in an urban market may want to check out the Gem City. Of the top 100 major metro areas in the nation, just three have lower median home purchase prices than Dayton for people under the age of 35, according to data from Realtor.com. The Dayton area may not be on the radar of most millennials, the...
Dayton likely to hire attorneys for red light, speed camera appeals
 The city of Dayton is likely to authorize spending $50,000 to hire two attorneys to oversee the administrative hearings of people who challenge citations they received for allegedly running red lights and speeding. Last year, the city restarted its photo enforcement safety program, which uses automated cameras to snap photos of vehicles that...

Posted: 14 days ago

The city of Dayton is likely to authorize spending $50,000 to hire two attorneys to oversee the administrative hearings of people who challenge citations they received for allegedly running red lights and speeding. Last year, the city restarted its photo enforcement safety program, which uses automated cameras to snap photos of vehicles that...
New apartments opening near downtown Dayton; condos coming soon
 Leasing has begun for 43 new apartments on Warren Street near UD and Miami Valley Hospital, and developers hope to get to work on new condos next door later this year. The Flats at South Park, located at 619 Nathan Place, are expected to open for move-in March 1, and there have been several commitments from residential tenants, said Bill...

Posted: 15 days ago

Leasing has begun for 43 new apartments on Warren Street near UD and Miami Valley Hospital, and developers hope to get to work on new condos next door later this year. The Flats at South Park, located at 619 Nathan Place, are expected to open for move-in March 1, and there have been several commitments from residential tenants, said Bill...
Dayton might rehire retiring fire chief
 The city of Dayton is considering rehiring Dayton fire Chief Jeffrey Payne after he retires on Jan. 7. Payne, a 29-year veteran of the city’s fire department, was sworn in as fire chief in February 2014. The Dayton City Commission on Wednesday will vote on an ordinance that would reappoint Payne to the position. The city can rehire...

Posted: 15 days ago

The city of Dayton is considering rehiring Dayton fire Chief Jeffrey Payne after he retires on Jan. 7. Payne, a 29-year veteran of the city’s fire department, was sworn in as fire chief in February 2014. The Dayton City Commission on Wednesday will vote on an ordinance that would reappoint Payne to the position. The city can rehire...
Chasing firebugs: Dayton had 120 incendiary fires in 2017
 The city of Dayton ended 2017 with at least 121 incendiary fires, which is more than the city had in 2015 when it was one of the highest in the nation. In 2015, Dayton had the seventh highest per capita arson rate in the country among cities with populations of at least 100,000 residents, according to federal data analyzed by this newspaper...

Posted: 17 days ago

The city of Dayton ended 2017 with at least 121 incendiary fires, which is more than the city had in 2015 when it was one of the highest in the nation. In 2015, Dayton had the seventh highest per capita arson rate in the country among cities with populations of at least 100,000 residents, according to federal data analyzed by this newspaper...
Do Not Call complaints soar in Ohio
 Droves of Ohioans who do not want calls from telemarketers have registered their phone numbers with the Do Not Call Registry, according to data released recently from the Federal Trade Commission. But the FTC has seen a nearly 40 percent increase in complaints from across the state about telemarketers breaking the do not call rules, the data...

Posted: 17 days ago

Droves of Ohioans who do not want calls from telemarketers have registered their phone numbers with the Do Not Call Registry, according to data released recently from the Federal Trade Commission. But the FTC has seen a nearly 40 percent increase in complaints from across the state about telemarketers breaking the do not call rules, the data...
Dayton looks for new ways to get residents to recycle more
 A growing number of Dayton households are participating in the city’s recycling program, but the amount of materials being collected and recycled continues to fall. Most waste residents generate is recyclable, but too often people throw recyclable items in the trash and they wind up at the dump, officials say. Less than six in 10 Dayton...

Posted: 17 days ago

A growing number of Dayton households are participating in the city’s recycling program, but the amount of materials being collected and recycled continues to fall. Most waste residents generate is recyclable, but too often people throw recyclable items in the trash and they wind up at the dump, officials say. Less than six in 10 Dayton...
Google maps can’t find this Dayton business. Its frustrated owner wants a change.
 Good luck trying to find Jamie Elizondo’s roofing business using Google maps. Noble Roofing Co. is located at 312 N. McGee St. in east Dayton. But type that address into Google maps and the world’s most popular web mapping service will assume the address you want is 312 N. James H. McGee Blvd., located four miles away in West...

Posted: 19 days ago

Good luck trying to find Jamie Elizondo’s roofing business using Google maps. Noble Roofing Co. is located at 312 N. McGee St. in east Dayton. But type that address into Google maps and the world’s most popular web mapping service will assume the address you want is 312 N. James H. McGee Blvd., located four miles away in West...
These 10 projects reshaped downtown Dayton in 2017
 Whew! What a year for downtown. Large cranes stood out against Dayton’s skyline as work progressed on a new office building and hotel. Foot traffic in the northeastern part of downtown has picked up noticeably because of the opening of new apartments (Delco Lofts) and new businesses (Canal Street Arcade and Deli, Mudlick Tap House,...

Posted: 20 days ago

Whew! What a year for downtown. Large cranes stood out against Dayton’s skyline as work progressed on a new office building and hotel. Foot traffic in the northeastern part of downtown has picked up noticeably because of the opening of new apartments (Delco Lofts) and new businesses (Canal Street Arcade and Deli, Mudlick Tap House,...
Most Dayton police internal investigations find no wrongdoing
 Internal investigations into the conduct of Dayton police officers usually do not result in findings or dispositions that require punishment, according to recently released research. Between 2014 and 2016, about 1,386 incidents involving Dayton officers were the subject of internal investigations, according to data from the 2017 Dayton Community-Police...

Posted: 21 days ago

Internal investigations into the conduct of Dayton police officers usually do not result in findings or dispositions that require punishment, according to recently released research. Between 2014 and 2016, about 1,386 incidents involving Dayton officers were the subject of internal investigations, according to data from the 2017 Dayton Community-Police...
Dayton extends tax break for downtown housing rehab despite some opposition
 The city of Dayton’s elected leaders have approved extending the tax abatement on downtown residential rehab projects to 15 years — a move opposed by a couple of school board members. Previously, property taxes on improvements made to existing housing in Ohio’s community reinvestment areas, including the one downtown, could...

Posted: 22 days ago

The city of Dayton’s elected leaders have approved extending the tax abatement on downtown residential rehab projects to 15 years — a move opposed by a couple of school board members. Previously, property taxes on improvements made to existing housing in Ohio’s community reinvestment areas, including the one downtown, could...
Ohio sees big jump in Do Not Call violations
 Droves of Ohioans who do not want calls from telemarketers have registered their phone numbers with the Do Not Call Registry, according to data released this month from the Federal Trade Commission. But the FTC has seen a nearly 40 percent increase in complaints from across the state about telemarketers breaking the do not call rules, the...

Posted: 22 days ago

Droves of Ohioans who do not want calls from telemarketers have registered their phone numbers with the Do Not Call Registry, according to data released this month from the Federal Trade Commission. But the FTC has seen a nearly 40 percent increase in complaints from across the state about telemarketers breaking the do not call rules, the...
A new traffic enforcement weapon: Speed guns with cameras
 Lead-footed drivers in Dayton now have more to worry about than just mobile speed trailers and fixed traffic-enforcement cameras. Dayton police also are using laser speed guns that snap photos, allowing officers to catch and cite motorists without having to conduct a traffic stop. The locations of Dayton’s fixed traffic cameras have...

Posted: 26 days ago

Lead-footed drivers in Dayton now have more to worry about than just mobile speed trailers and fixed traffic-enforcement cameras. Dayton police also are using laser speed guns that snap photos, allowing officers to catch and cite motorists without having to conduct a traffic stop. The locations of Dayton’s fixed traffic cameras have...
Check out: Award-winning holiday decorations in Dayton
 The city of Dayton this week announced the winners of its holiday-edition of the 2017 Dayton City Beautiful Award. The awards, according to the city, encourage and recognize civic pride from property owners and tenants who take special effort to beautify and maintain their homes, offices, yards and buildings. Here’s a look at the winners...

Posted: 26 days ago

The city of Dayton this week announced the winners of its holiday-edition of the 2017 Dayton City Beautiful Award. The awards, according to the city, encourage and recognize civic pride from property owners and tenants who take special effort to beautify and maintain their homes, offices, yards and buildings. Here’s a look at the winners...
Dayton goes after taxes on Ohio lottery winnings
 The city of Dayton recently sent more than 300 letters to Ohio lottery winners to try to collect the unpaid taxes owed on their winnings. The city has identified unpaid taxes on lottery prizes dating back to 2014 and has already collected $35,000 since October when the initiative began, officials said. “Our path to progress next year...

Posted: 27 days ago

The city of Dayton recently sent more than 300 letters to Ohio lottery winners to try to collect the unpaid taxes owed on their winnings. The city has identified unpaid taxes on lottery prizes dating back to 2014 and has already collected $35,000 since October when the initiative began, officials said. “Our path to progress next year...
$1.8M bill: City pays Dayton Convention Center’s shortfall
 It’s no secret that the Dayton Convention Center is in financial trouble. That’s why this month Dayton leaders announced the creation of a task force to evaluate the center’s financial and physical condition and explore development possibilities. But just how deep are the problems? Since 2012, the convention center&rsquo...

Posted: 27 days ago

It’s no secret that the Dayton Convention Center is in financial trouble. That’s why this month Dayton leaders announced the creation of a task force to evaluate the center’s financial and physical condition and explore development possibilities. But just how deep are the problems? Since 2012, the convention center&rsquo...
‘I’ve had to learn how to use a gun:’ North Main Street business owners upset with crime
 A few business owners have joined a growing chorus of voices that are calling for a greater police presence and more patrols along Dayton’s Main Street corridor. “Since arriving in Dayton, I’ve had to learn to how to use a gun — I have to carry one with me at all times,” said Milad Wahed, a Virginia transplant...

Posted: 27 days ago

A few business owners have joined a growing chorus of voices that are calling for a greater police presence and more patrols along Dayton’s Main Street corridor. “Since arriving in Dayton, I’ve had to learn to how to use a gun — I have to carry one with me at all times,” said Milad Wahed, a Virginia transplant...
Music city: Ampitheather coming to downtown Dayton
 After hitting a snag, the Levitt Pavilion Dayton project is back on track with today’s announcement that a contractor has been selected to build the outdoor amphitheater. Shook Construction, based in Dayton, will build the music venue, with construction expected to begin by early next year. Supporters say the pavilion should open in...

Posted: 27 days ago

After hitting a snag, the Levitt Pavilion Dayton project is back on track with today’s announcement that a contractor has been selected to build the outdoor amphitheater. Shook Construction, based in Dayton, will build the music venue, with construction expected to begin by early next year. Supporters say the pavilion should open in...
Residents worried about healthy West Dayton food options

Posted: 28 days ago

Residents and community members concerned about Aldi’s plans to close its Westown location are coming together to try to figure out how to maintain access to healthy food options in that part of West Dayton. More than 150 people attended an event Tuesday night at Mt. Enon Baptist Church in which local leaders, community activists and...
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