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Dayton’s speed bumps: Do they really work?
 Dayton is home to 426 speed humps and bumps, but the jury is still out whether they truly lead to less dangerous driving behaviors. Some local residents say their residential streets would be veritable drag strips if they did not contain speed humps. But other residents aren’t convinced they make a big difference, and Dayton Mayor Nan...

Posted: 10 days ago

Dayton is home to 426 speed humps and bumps, but the jury is still out whether they truly lead to less dangerous driving behaviors. Some local residents say their residential streets would be veritable drag strips if they did not contain speed humps. But other residents aren’t convinced they make a big difference, and Dayton Mayor Nan...
Tired of junk cars in your neighborhood? Dayton has app for that
 Dayton’s blight problem isn’t limited to abandoned homes. Abandoned automobiles and junk cars are just as troubling for some residents and property owners. Since 2016, the city has received more reports of abandoned vehicles on the street than it has about open abandoned structures through its customer service mobile app, according...

Posted: 10 days ago

Dayton’s blight problem isn’t limited to abandoned homes. Abandoned automobiles and junk cars are just as troubling for some residents and property owners. Since 2016, the city has received more reports of abandoned vehicles on the street than it has about open abandoned structures through its customer service mobile app, according...
What civil rights probe says about police discrimination accusations
 Dayton’s highest-ranking black, female police officer has filed a federal lawsuit against the police department, alleging discrimination. Dayton police Lt. Kimberly Hill filed the lawsuit after receiving a letter of determination from the Ohio Civil Rights Commission indicating they found probable cause that a discriminatory act took...

Posted: 12 days ago

Dayton’s highest-ranking black, female police officer has filed a federal lawsuit against the police department, alleging discrimination. Dayton police Lt. Kimberly Hill filed the lawsuit after receiving a letter of determination from the Ohio Civil Rights Commission indicating they found probable cause that a discriminatory act took...
Downtown Dayton business closing its doors
 FedEx Office at 6 S. Ludlow St. will be closing on Oct. 20th. In signs posted in its windows, the business is directing customers in the future to visit its offices at 7275 Poe Ave. in Dayton and 2646 Colonel Glenn Highway in Fairborn. FULL COVERAGE: Helping you understand Ohio Issue 2 The business is located at the corner of East Third and...

Posted: 12 days ago

FedEx Office at 6 S. Ludlow St. will be closing on Oct. 20th. In signs posted in its windows, the business is directing customers in the future to visit its offices at 7275 Poe Ave. in Dayton and 2646 Colonel Glenn Highway in Fairborn. FULL COVERAGE: Helping you understand Ohio Issue 2 The business is located at the corner of East Third and...
Company reportedly buying downtown Dayton PNC bank building
 A Canadian company that bought and quickly filled an underused office tower in downtown Dayton is looking to expand its presence in the urban core. Quebec-based Olymbec reportedly told a group of people Thursday that it is buying the PNC bank building at 6 N. Main St., which the financial company vacated when it moved into a new office building...

Posted: 12 days ago

A Canadian company that bought and quickly filled an underused office tower in downtown Dayton is looking to expand its presence in the urban core. Quebec-based Olymbec reportedly told a group of people Thursday that it is buying the PNC bank building at 6 N. Main St., which the financial company vacated when it moved into a new office building...
Dayton, Cincy team up to lure Amazon’s $5B headquarters
 Dayton and Cincinnati are teaming up to try to sell Amazon on the southwest Ohio region as the company hunts for a location for its $5 billion second headquarters. Dayton’s and Cincinnati’s applications to Amazon will emphasize the “uber region” that sits between the two cities and how how the combined Dayton-Cincinnati...

Posted: 13 days ago

Dayton and Cincinnati are teaming up to try to sell Amazon on the southwest Ohio region as the company hunts for a location for its $5 billion second headquarters. Dayton’s and Cincinnati’s applications to Amazon will emphasize the “uber region” that sits between the two cities and how how the combined Dayton-Cincinnati...
Dayton entrepreneurs get 3-minute pitch for $10k in help
 Dayton entrepreneurs with aspirations of growing their business have a shot of getting $10,000 worth of assistance if they can make a convincing pitch in three minutes or less. The city’s Accelerate Dayton program is still seeking applications from business owners from each one of the city’s four quadrants who want free professional...

Posted: 13 days ago

Dayton entrepreneurs with aspirations of growing their business have a shot of getting $10,000 worth of assistance if they can make a convincing pitch in three minutes or less. The city’s Accelerate Dayton program is still seeking applications from business owners from each one of the city’s four quadrants who want free professional...
Election 2017: Dayton City Commission candidates focus on jobs, economy
 Dayton voters have never unseated two incumbent city commissioners and replaced them with two new-comers in one election, but two candidates this Nov. 7 commission election are making their case why this year should be a first. On Nov. 7, voters will select two city commissioners from the choices of incumbents Joey Williams and Jeff Mims...

Posted: 13 days ago

Dayton voters have never unseated two incumbent city commissioners and replaced them with two new-comers in one election, but two candidates this Nov. 7 commission election are making their case why this year should be a first. On Nov. 7, voters will select two city commissioners from the choices of incumbents Joey Williams and Jeff Mims...
Contaminated green debris costs city greenbacks
  The city of Dayton has taken steps to prevent people from dumping trash and bulky waste items at its green debris drop-off site, which is a prohibited activity that requires taxpayer dollars to fix. Dayton operates a green landfill at 2670 Wagner Ford Road and a yard waste drop-off site at 1826 N. Gettysburg Ave. Citizens at those sites...

Posted: 13 days ago

The city of Dayton has taken steps to prevent people from dumping trash and bulky waste items at its green debris drop-off site, which is a prohibited activity that requires taxpayer dollars to fix. Dayton operates a green landfill at 2670 Wagner Ford Road and a yard waste drop-off site at 1826 N. Gettysburg Ave. Citizens at those sites...
Abandoned, junked cars on rise in some city neighborhoods
 Dayton’s blight problem isn’t limited to abandoned homes. Abandoned automobiles and junk cars are just as vexing for some residents and property owners. RELATED: 14 vehicles mistakenly sold for scrap as tow companies change hands Since 2016, the city has received more reports of abandoned vehicles on the street than it has about...

Posted: 14 days ago

Dayton’s blight problem isn’t limited to abandoned homes. Abandoned automobiles and junk cars are just as vexing for some residents and property owners. RELATED: 14 vehicles mistakenly sold for scrap as tow companies change hands Since 2016, the city has received more reports of abandoned vehicles on the street than it has about...
Dayton has least diverse police class in a decade
 Dayton’s largest police recruit class in more than nine years is also its least diverse during that time frame, according to information obtained by this newspaper. On Aug. 31, the city swore in the 28 members of the 106th police recruiting class during a ceremony at City Hall. Twenty-seven of the graduating recruits are white men....

Posted: 16 days ago

Dayton’s largest police recruit class in more than nine years is also its least diverse during that time frame, according to information obtained by this newspaper. On Aug. 31, the city swore in the 28 members of the 106th police recruiting class during a ceremony at City Hall. Twenty-seven of the graduating recruits are white men....
Highest-ranking black, female Dayton officer alleges discrimination
 The highest-ranking black woman in the Dayton police department is suing the city for discriminatory employment practices. It’s the second lawsuit brought by a female officer in the past year. In a federal lawsuit filed this week, Dayton police Lt. Kimberly Hill claims that the city declined to promote her because of her race, sex and...

Posted: 21 days ago

The highest-ranking black woman in the Dayton police department is suing the city for discriminatory employment practices. It’s the second lawsuit brought by a female officer in the past year. In a federal lawsuit filed this week, Dayton police Lt. Kimberly Hill claims that the city declined to promote her because of her race, sex and...
Out of the ashes: ‘Beloved’ Dayton Dollar Tree to reopen after arson
 A Dollar Tree that was badly damaged by an arson fire on Christmas Eve is expected to reopen in time for the upcoming holiday season. The store on the 1900 block of Wayne Avenue closed after juveniles started a fire inside the business on Dec. 24 last year. Officials say it caused more than $250,000 in damage to the building and its contents...

Posted: 21 days ago

A Dollar Tree that was badly damaged by an arson fire on Christmas Eve is expected to reopen in time for the upcoming holiday season. The store on the 1900 block of Wayne Avenue closed after juveniles started a fire inside the business on Dec. 24 last year. Officials say it caused more than $250,000 in damage to the building and its contents...
Citizen yells at Dayton leaders after cited for biking infractions
 Willie Feaster, a 59-year-old Dayton resident, loudly shouted at Dayton commissioners this morning during their weekly commission meeting after being cited by police for various violations while biking downtown. Feaster regularly speaks during the citizens’ comments portions of commission meetings, usually to either praise or criticize...

Posted: 21 days ago

Willie Feaster, a 59-year-old Dayton resident, loudly shouted at Dayton commissioners this morning during their weekly commission meeting after being cited by police for various violations while biking downtown. Feaster regularly speaks during the citizens’ comments portions of commission meetings, usually to either praise or criticize...
Keep moving Dayton: Half of residents do not exercise
 From paddling on the river to the nation’s largest network of paved bike trials, Dayton offers all kinds of ways to exercise. Dayton residents, however, apparently know all sorts of excuses for not getting off the couch. A little more than half of Dayton residents exercise regularly. The city ranks 114 out of 189 U.S. communities for...

Posted: 21 days ago

From paddling on the river to the nation’s largest network of paved bike trials, Dayton offers all kinds of ways to exercise. Dayton residents, however, apparently know all sorts of excuses for not getting off the couch. A little more than half of Dayton residents exercise regularly. The city ranks 114 out of 189 U.S. communities for...
Dayton votes today on spending $300K to land 110 jobs for west side
 A West Carrollton company is planning to move about 110 jobs to West Dayton when it renovates a large manufacturing facility, according to city of Dayton documents. The Dayton City Commission today will decide whether to approve providing $300,000 to Production Design Services Inc. (PDSI) in support of a nearly $4.2 million project to relocate...

Posted: 22 days ago

A West Carrollton company is planning to move about 110 jobs to West Dayton when it renovates a large manufacturing facility, according to city of Dayton documents. The Dayton City Commission today will decide whether to approve providing $300,000 to Production Design Services Inc. (PDSI) in support of a nearly $4.2 million project to relocate...
Audit: Dayton missed deadlines, did not monitor federal funds
 An audit released Tuesday was critical of the city of Dayton for a number of issues, but the city manager called them “pretty minor.” The city of Dayton did not properly monitor how federal dollars were used for two programs, missed key deadlines for submitting performance reports and did not take steps to ensure that federal...

Posted: 22 days ago

An audit released Tuesday was critical of the city of Dayton for a number of issues, but the city manager called them “pretty minor.” The city of Dayton did not properly monitor how federal dollars were used for two programs, missed key deadlines for submitting performance reports and did not take steps to ensure that federal...
Correctional facility prisoner still on loose after weekend escape
 A 40-year-old prisoner escaped custody at the MonDay Community Correctional Institution in Dayton on Saturday after being allowed outside to take out the trash, according to a police report. Jason Bishop was placed into the MonDay treatment program after being convicted of two counts of felony grand theft earlier this year, court records...

Posted: 23 days ago

A 40-year-old prisoner escaped custody at the MonDay Community Correctional Institution in Dayton on Saturday after being allowed outside to take out the trash, according to a police report. Jason Bishop was placed into the MonDay treatment program after being convicted of two counts of felony grand theft earlier this year, court records...
Dayton man shot at by burglar fleeing his home
 A Dayton man was shot at multiple times by a burglar who was fleeing his home, according to a police report. At 3:25 a.m. Saturday, Dayton police were called to a home on the 1600 block of Howell St. in the MacFarlane neighborhood in West Dayton. The 61-year-old homeowner told police he returned from a trip from Burger King to find a sport...

Posted: 23 days ago

A Dayton man was shot at multiple times by a burglar who was fleeing his home, according to a police report. At 3:25 a.m. Saturday, Dayton police were called to a home on the 1600 block of Howell St. in the MacFarlane neighborhood in West Dayton. The 61-year-old homeowner told police he returned from a trip from Burger King to find a sport...
Dayton clerk hit with slushy after man can’t buy gas with food stamps
 A clerk at the Speedway gas station near the University of Dayton was hit with a slushy in the face after telling a customer he could not use his food stamp card to buy gas. A male customer in his early 20s allegedly became upset on Saturday after a clerk at the gas station rang up his food items but declined to include the purchase of fuel...

Posted: 23 days ago

A clerk at the Speedway gas station near the University of Dayton was hit with a slushy in the face after telling a customer he could not use his food stamp card to buy gas. A male customer in his early 20s allegedly became upset on Saturday after a clerk at the gas station rang up his food items but declined to include the purchase of fuel...
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