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Husted, business leaders warn of pot problems

9:38 PM Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted and four area business leaders issued dire warnings Thursday about the economic devastation they say would be brought down on the state if voters decide to legalize marijuana in next week’s election. The passage of Issue 3, the speakers said, would be bad for business, make hiring more difficult for...
First election guide for Miami Valley bicyclists published
 The first-ever voters’ guide for people on bikes in the region has just been published by the advocacy group Bike Miami Valley. The “I Bike, I Walk, I Vote: Election 2015 Bicyclists Guide to Voting,” available on the Bike Miami Valley website, has a series of six questions – seven for candidates in Centerville and...

12:00 AM Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015

The first-ever voters’ guide for people on bikes in the region has just been published by the advocacy group Bike Miami Valley. The “I Bike, I Walk, I Vote: Election 2015 Bicyclists Guide to Voting,” available on the Bike Miami Valley website, has a series of six questions – seven for candidates in Centerville and...
Job gains small from tax break
 A $457 million tax break designed as a stimulus for small businesses produces so little savings per filer — about $1,100 on average — that even proponents admit it’s not enough to spur job growth. A tax break touted by Gov. Kasich as a way to help small businesses grow and hire more people has sparked criticism from both...

8:49 PM Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015

A $457 million tax break designed as a stimulus for small businesses produces so little savings per filer — about $1,100 on average — that even proponents admit it’s not enough to spur job growth. A tax break touted by Gov. Kasich as a way to help small businesses grow and hire more people has sparked criticism from both...
Yellow Springs comedian likes to bike to work
Joel Levinson rides his bike to work in Yellow Springs in his video “I Like to Bike to Work.” If you’re needing a little inspiration to get on your bike and ride it to work, take a minute to watch Yellow Springs comedian and producer Joel Levinson’s clever little music video “I Like to Bike to Work.

10:14 PM Friday, Oct. 02, 2015

Joel Levinson rides his bike to work in Yellow Springs in his video “I Like to Bike to Work.” If you’re needing a little inspiration to get on your bike and ride it to work, take a minute to watch Yellow Springs comedian and producer Joel Levinson’s clever little music video “I Like to Bike to Work.
Yellow Springs comedian likes to bike to work
 Joel Levinson rides his bike to work in Yellow Springs in his video “I Like to Bike to Work.” If you’re needing a little inspiration to get on your bike and ride it to work, take a minute to watch Yellow Springs comedian and producer Joel Levinson’s clever little music video “I Like to Bike to Work.” Levinson...

12:00 AM Friday, Oct. 02, 2015

Joel Levinson rides his bike to work in Yellow Springs in his video “I Like to Bike to Work.” If you’re needing a little inspiration to get on your bike and ride it to work, take a minute to watch Yellow Springs comedian and producer Joel Levinson’s clever little music video “I Like to Bike to Work.” Levinson...
Centerville council turns down development on trail corridor
The existing Iron Horse Trail in Centerville, north of I-675. The Iron Horse Trail extension lives. The Centerville City Council unanimously rejected the controversial Ryan Homes development plan for the Pleasant Hill neighborhood area that would have obliterated the corridor for the Iron Horse Trail extension south of Alex-Bell Road and just...

8:22 PM Tuesday, Sep. 22, 2015

The existing Iron Horse Trail in Centerville, north of I-675. The Iron Horse Trail extension lives. The Centerville City Council unanimously rejected the controversial Ryan Homes development plan for the Pleasant Hill neighborhood area that would have obliterated the corridor for the Iron Horse Trail extension south of Alex-Bell Road and just...
Centerville council turns down development on trail corridor
 The Iron Horse Trail extension lives! The Centerville City Council unanimously rejected the controversial Ryan Homes development plan for the Pleasant Hill neighborhood area that would have obliterated the corridor for the Iron Horse Trail extension south of Alex-Bell Road and just west of Clyo Road. The Monday night vote was 8-0 to reject...

12:00 AM Tuesday, Sep. 22, 2015

The Iron Horse Trail extension lives! The Centerville City Council unanimously rejected the controversial Ryan Homes development plan for the Pleasant Hill neighborhood area that would have obliterated the corridor for the Iron Horse Trail extension south of Alex-Bell Road and just west of Clyo Road. The Monday night vote was 8-0 to reject...
Parks will pop up Friday in Dayton
Is that a parking space or a park? If you happen to be in the Oregon District or downtown Dayton on West Second Street on Friday, you may see something surprising.

10:26 PM Thursday, Sep. 17, 2015

Is that a parking space or a park? If you happen to be in the Oregon District or downtown Dayton on West Second Street on Friday, you may see something surprising.
Parks will pop up Friday in Dayton
 If you happen to be in the Oregon District or downtown Dayton on West Second Street on Friday, you may see something surprising. To celebrate National PARK(ing) Day, Garden Station and Bike Miami Valley will be installing pop-up parks in parking spaces along the streets. The Oregon District parking space park will be in front of Blind Bob&rsquo...

12:00 AM Thursday, Sep. 17, 2015

If you happen to be in the Oregon District or downtown Dayton on West Second Street on Friday, you may see something surprising. To celebrate National PARK(ing) Day, Garden Station and Bike Miami Valley will be installing pop-up parks in parking spaces along the streets. The Oregon District parking space park will be in front of Blind Bob&rsquo...
Fewer people are without health care in Ohio

10:04 PM Wednesday, Sep. 16, 2015

New Census numbers show the impact expanding Medicaid in states like Ohio has had on the number of people who have health insurance. In 2014, the first full year of national enrollment in the Affordable Care Act, the number of uninsured nationwide fell by more than 8.5 million people or about 19 percent from the previous year. But in Ohio...
Abortion clinics to fight state in court
 The last two remaining abortion clinics in southwest Ohio could close by the end of this month, leaving close to 480,000 women of child-bearing age in the region without access to the facilities there for the first time in decades. The closures could have a far-reaching impact in Ohio, where six abortion clinics have closed since John Kasich...

7:00 PM Sunday, Sep. 13, 2015

The last two remaining abortion clinics in southwest Ohio could close by the end of this month, leaving close to 480,000 women of child-bearing age in the region without access to the facilities there for the first time in decades. The closures could have a far-reaching impact in Ohio, where six abortion clinics have closed since John Kasich...
Social for the bike-minded will get you up to speed

12:00 AM Tuesday, Sep. 08, 2015

There are a lot of people in the Dayton region working to improve bike friendliness in their communities. If you want to get caught up on what everyone is doing, come to Bike Miami Valley’s Regional Advocacy Social on Wednesday, Sept. 9, at the Fox & Hound at the Fairfield Commons beginning at 7 p.m. It’s a chance for folks to...
Social for the bike-minded will catch you up on happenings

12:00 AM Tuesday, Sep. 08, 2015

There are a lot of people in the Dayton region working to improve bike friendliness in their communities. If you want to get caught up on what everyone is doing, come to Bike Miami Valley’s Regional Advocacy Social on Wednesday, Sept. 9, at the Fox & Hound at the Fairfield Commons beginning at 7 p.m. It’s a chance for folks to...
Social for the bike-minded will get you up to speed

12:00 AM Tuesday, Sep. 08, 2015

There are a lot of people in the Dayton region working to improve bike friendliness in their communities. If you want to get caught up on what everyone is doing, come to Bike Miami Valley’s Regional Advocacy Social on Wednesday, Sept. 9, at the Fox & Hound at the Fairfield Commons beginning at 7 p.m. It’s a chance for folks to...
Vote on new bike projects in the Miami Valley
Protected bike lane on 15th Street in Washington D.C. Photo courtesy of People for Bikes If you’re interested in what gets built in your community for people on bikes during the next eight to 10 years, you might want to take a look at Miami Valley Bike Plan Update.

8:59 PM Tuesday, Sep. 01, 2015

Protected bike lane on 15th Street in Washington D.C. Photo courtesy of People for Bikes If you’re interested in what gets built in your community for people on bikes during the next eight to 10 years, you might want to take a look at Miami Valley Bike Plan Update.
Vote on new bike projects in the Miami Valley
 If you’re interested in what gets built in your community for people on bikes during the next eight to 10 years, you might want to take a look at Miami Valley Bike Plan Update. The update not only has a list of proposed projects, but it also brings in new ideas and approaches to improving bike and pedestrian friendliness that have taken...

12:00 AM Tuesday, Sep. 01, 2015

If you’re interested in what gets built in your community for people on bikes during the next eight to 10 years, you might want to take a look at Miami Valley Bike Plan Update. The update not only has a list of proposed projects, but it also brings in new ideas and approaches to improving bike and pedestrian friendliness that have taken...
Downtown Dayton: 80 percent of property is exempt from taxes
 Building projects in Dayton have brought construction jobs and new looks to the cityscape, but many haven’t delivered one thing the city and the school district desperately need: property tax revenue. Forty-one percent of all the assessed property value in the city of Dayton — a whopping $2.6 billion — is exempt from paying...

11:14 PM Friday, Aug. 28, 2015

Building projects in Dayton have brought construction jobs and new looks to the cityscape, but many haven’t delivered one thing the city and the school district desperately need: property tax revenue. Forty-one percent of all the assessed property value in the city of Dayton — a whopping $2.6 billion — is exempt from paying...
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