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State to pump $1B into school construction, higher ed
 The $2.6 billion capital budget that was unveiled in Columbus Tuesday includes more than a billion dollars for local school construction and higher education, an investment lawmakers say is possible because of the state’s improved financial health. “Because of Ohio’s strong fiscal health, we can make responsible investments...

8:38 PM Tuesday, Apr. 12, 2016

The $2.6 billion capital budget that was unveiled in Columbus Tuesday includes more than a billion dollars for local school construction and higher education, an investment lawmakers say is possible because of the state’s improved financial health. “Because of Ohio’s strong fiscal health, we can make responsible investments...
Payroll Project: Vandalia’s highest-paid employees
 Local governments make payroll with your money. That’s why the I-Team is using Ohio public records laws to assemble and analyze payroll data for governments across our region. According to those records, the city of Vandalia had 18 employees earn six figures in 2015. Meanwhile the city of 15,139 residents had 195 public servants earning...

7:23 PM Monday, Apr. 11, 2016

Local governments make payroll with your money. That’s why the I-Team is using Ohio public records laws to assemble and analyze payroll data for governments across our region. According to those records, the city of Vandalia had 18 employees earn six figures in 2015. Meanwhile the city of 15,139 residents had 195 public servants earning...
Payroll Project: Xenia adds more six-figure employees
 Local governments make payroll with your money. That’s why the I-Team is using Ohio public records law to assemble and analyze payroll data for governments across our region. According to those records, the city of Xenia had 11 employees earn six figures in 2015, compared to 7 in 2014. That’s a 57 percent increase. Meanwhile,...

3:25 PM Friday, Apr. 08, 2016

Local governments make payroll with your money. That’s why the I-Team is using Ohio public records law to assemble and analyze payroll data for governments across our region. According to those records, the city of Xenia had 11 employees earn six figures in 2015, compared to 7 in 2014. That’s a 57 percent increase. Meanwhile,...
UD to spend $7M to upgrade dining at Kennedy Union
 The University of Dayton plans to beef up its main dining hall with larger selections and top-flight amenities in an effort to attract students and meet demand. The university announced this week that it will spend $7 million to renovate dining areas in the Kennedy Union. UD plans to create three “micro-restaurants” and a café...

7:54 PM Thursday, Apr. 07, 2016

The University of Dayton plans to beef up its main dining hall with larger selections and top-flight amenities in an effort to attract students and meet demand. The university announced this week that it will spend $7 million to renovate dining areas in the Kennedy Union. UD plans to create three “micro-restaurants” and a café...
Payroll Project: Miamisburg’s highest-paid employees

8:36 PM Tuesday, Apr. 05, 2016

Local governments make payroll with your money. That’s why the I-Team is using Ohio public records laws to assemble and analyze payroll data for governments across our region. According to those records, the city of Miamisburg had 13 employees earn more than six figures in 2015, compared to 12 in 2014. Here are the five highest-paid...
UD to build $11M student apartment building
 The University of Dayton is planning to build an $11 million, four-story apartment building in the south student neighborhood, another step toward its goal of “housing all undergraduates in university-owned housing.” About 90 percent of UD undergraduates currently live on campus in housing ranging from traditional residence halls...

5:34 PM Thursday, Mar. 31, 2016

The University of Dayton is planning to build an $11 million, four-story apartment building in the south student neighborhood, another step toward its goal of “housing all undergraduates in university-owned housing.” About 90 percent of UD undergraduates currently live on campus in housing ranging from traditional residence halls...
Payroll Project: Oakwood’s highest-paid employees
 Local governments make payroll with your money. That’s why the I-Team is using Ohio public records laws to assemble and analyze payroll data for governments across our region. According to those records, the city of Oakwood had 28 employees earn more than six figures in 2015, compared to 19 in 2014. Here are the five-highest paid city...

2:40 PM Thursday, Mar. 31, 2016

Local governments make payroll with your money. That’s why the I-Team is using Ohio public records laws to assemble and analyze payroll data for governments across our region. According to those records, the city of Oakwood had 28 employees earn more than six figures in 2015, compared to 19 in 2014. Here are the five-highest paid city...
Payroll Project: Centerville’s highest-paid employees
 Local governments make payroll with your money. That’s why the I-Team is using Ohio public records laws to assemble and analyze payroll data for governments across our region. According to those records, the city of Centerville had 14 employees earning more than six figures in 2015, compared to 10 in 2014. Here are the five-highest...

2:04 PM Tuesday, Mar. 29, 2016

Local governments make payroll with your money. That’s why the I-Team is using Ohio public records laws to assemble and analyze payroll data for governments across our region. According to those records, the city of Centerville had 14 employees earning more than six figures in 2015, compared to 10 in 2014. Here are the five-highest...
Overtime pushes pay for many over $100K
 The number of local government employees who earned more than $100,000 last year swelled in some cities and townships, with overtime pay allowing police officers and firefighters to compete with chiefs and administrators for the biggest paychecks. The city of Kettering led the pack with 105 employees bringing in six figures in gross pay in...

4:00 AM Saturday, Mar. 26, 2016

The number of local government employees who earned more than $100,000 last year swelled in some cities and townships, with overtime pay allowing police officers and firefighters to compete with chiefs and administrators for the biggest paychecks. The city of Kettering led the pack with 105 employees bringing in six figures in gross pay in...
Wright State rejects new logo, keeps Wilbur
 Wright State University President David Hopkins says the school is scrapping a new logo that was unveiled last month for reasons that included “a number of deficiencies in the design.” The university said Thursday that it will keep its current logo after considering feedback from community members, faculty, staff and students...

10:21 PM Thursday, Mar. 17, 2016

Wright State University President David Hopkins says the school is scrapping a new logo that was unveiled last month for reasons that included “a number of deficiencies in the design.” The university said Thursday that it will keep its current logo after considering feedback from community members, faculty, staff and students...
College proposals could cut costs, Clark State leaders say
 At the center of Gov. John Kasich’s recent policy recommendations are a slew of higher education policy changes geared toward creating more affordable pathways for a college degree. Highlights of Kasich’s 2016 mid-biennium review include allowing community colleges to create bachelor’s degrees, tuition agreements with other...

9:41 PM Thursday, Mar. 17, 2016

At the center of Gov. John Kasich’s recent policy recommendations are a slew of higher education policy changes geared toward creating more affordable pathways for a college degree. Highlights of Kasich’s 2016 mid-biennium review include allowing community colleges to create bachelor’s degrees, tuition agreements with other...
Payroll project: Bellbrook’s highest-paid employees
 Your tax dollars pay for local government payrolls. So the I-Team is marking national Sunshine Week this year by giving you information on how your tax dollars are being spent. Last year, the I-Team performed an exhaustive analysis of local payroll and created a searchable database of 2014 pay for governments across the Dayton region, including...

6:42 PM Wednesday, Mar. 16, 2016

Your tax dollars pay for local government payrolls. So the I-Team is marking national Sunshine Week this year by giving you information on how your tax dollars are being spent. Last year, the I-Team performed an exhaustive analysis of local payroll and created a searchable database of 2014 pay for governments across the Dayton region, including...
Sinclair interested in four-year UAS degree
 Sinclair Community College says that if a recent proposal by Gov. John Kasich is approved, the school would “aggressively explore” adding a four-year degree in aviation or unmanned aerial systems. Proposals in Kasich’s 2016 mid-biennium review include policy changes geared toward creating more affordable pathways to a college...

11:19 PM Monday, Mar. 07, 2016

Sinclair Community College says that if a recent proposal by Gov. John Kasich is approved, the school would “aggressively explore” adding a four-year degree in aviation or unmanned aerial systems. Proposals in Kasich’s 2016 mid-biennium review include policy changes geared toward creating more affordable pathways to a college...
Tickets will be scarce for presidential debate
 More than 500 students, faculty and community members gathered Tuesday at Wright State University for the official presidential debate season kickoff. “Since I started at Wright State, I don’t think I’ve seen anything build such a collective excitement among the student body as this debate process,” Gavin Doll, president...

7:22 PM Tuesday, Mar. 01, 2016

More than 500 students, faculty and community members gathered Tuesday at Wright State University for the official presidential debate season kickoff. “Since I started at Wright State, I don’t think I’ve seen anything build such a collective excitement among the student body as this debate process,” Gavin Doll, president...
Schoenlein among applicants for Beavercreek superintendent job
 Beavercreek City School District released Friday the names of more than two dozen individuals who applied for its superintendent opening. The school received 28 applicants for the position prior to the application deadline on Feb. 22. A few of those applicants have local ties, including: former Kettering City Schools superintendent Jim Schoenlein...

5:19 PM Friday, Feb. 26, 2016

Beavercreek City School District released Friday the names of more than two dozen individuals who applied for its superintendent opening. The school received 28 applicants for the position prior to the application deadline on Feb. 22. A few of those applicants have local ties, including: former Kettering City Schools superintendent Jim Schoenlein...
New Antioch president wants to add stability, students
 Thomas Manley will take the helm of Antioch College next week, becoming the school’s second president since it reopened in 2011. While college officials say the institution has made significant gains under the leadership of outgoing president Mark Roosevelt, they say challenges remain as Manley starts his new job Tuesday. Manley and...

4:55 PM Friday, Feb. 26, 2016

Thomas Manley will take the helm of Antioch College next week, becoming the school’s second president since it reopened in 2011. While college officials say the institution has made significant gains under the leadership of outgoing president Mark Roosevelt, they say challenges remain as Manley starts his new job Tuesday. Manley and...
Miami University to investigate hazing allegations
 Miami University announced Wednesday that it is investigating hazing allegations involving a dozen campus fraternities. The university has received 21 allegations since its fraternities and sororities started their annual “pledge process” on January 25. As a result of the allegations, the university will require fraternities and...

10:48 PM Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016

Miami University announced Wednesday that it is investigating hazing allegations involving a dozen campus fraternities. The university has received 21 allegations since its fraternities and sororities started their annual “pledge process” on January 25. As a result of the allegations, the university will require fraternities and...
Maintenance costs build up on college campuses
 Staff at the University of Cincinnati discovered in 2009 that a wall in its Old Chemistry building had “bowed.” If the wall had went unattended for much longer it could have collapsed. “That was a scary experience,” said a University of Cincinnati official. “Best case scenario (if it had collapsed) is that it...

5:02 PM Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016

Staff at the University of Cincinnati discovered in 2009 that a wall in its Old Chemistry building had “bowed.” If the wall had went unattended for much longer it could have collapsed. “That was a scary experience,” said a University of Cincinnati official. “Best case scenario (if it had collapsed) is that it...
Central State closer to shedding ‘fiscal watch’ status

10:33 PM Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016

A report released Thursday by the Ohio Auditor’s Office moved Central State University one step closer to shedding its fiscal watch status. The auditor’s office provided Central State with a list of financial and accounting practices that the university could implement to improve its financial health. In April, Central State was...
Wright State senior comes up short in Jeopardy! semifinals
 Wright State University senior Emily Bingham placed third in the Jeopardy College Tournament semifinals Tuesday night, ending her run on the television game show. Bingham started the competition last week as one of 15 contestants from universities across the country competing for a grand prize of $100,000. Last week, Bingham placed first...

1:29 AM Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016

Wright State University senior Emily Bingham placed third in the Jeopardy College Tournament semifinals Tuesday night, ending her run on the television game show. Bingham started the competition last week as one of 15 contestants from universities across the country competing for a grand prize of $100,000. Last week, Bingham placed first...
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