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Retired Imam Celal Shahin stands inside the Osman Gazi mosque at 1508 Valley St.

Posted: 17 hours ago

Retired Imam Celal Shahin stands inside the Osman Gazi mosque at 1508 Valley St.
Have you noticed this sleeping giant in downtown Dayton?
 The troll outside the new pub at the Wheelhouse is pretty big. But he’s a little guy compared to the sleeping giant at the Dayton Arcade. >>Street artist accused of writing ‘f $@* the police’ on a cruiser made this amazing Dayton mural On Monday, vinyl posters went up that cover the north entrance of the massive...

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The troll outside the new pub at the Wheelhouse is pretty big. But he’s a little guy compared to the sleeping giant at the Dayton Arcade. >>Street artist accused of writing ‘f $@* the police’ on a cruiser made this amazing Dayton mural On Monday, vinyl posters went up that cover the north entrance of the massive...
Dayton’s newest mosque to open; public and international guests expected
 The first official Ahiska Turkish mosque in many years has a grand opening in Old North Dayton on Sunday that is expected to attract dignitaries from across the globe and that is a testament to the strong growth of the local Turkish population. But the Osman Gazi Mosque and Sunday’s celebration aren’t just for Turkish people or...

Posted: 3 days ago

The first official Ahiska Turkish mosque in many years has a grand opening in Old North Dayton on Sunday that is expected to attract dignitaries from across the globe and that is a testament to the strong growth of the local Turkish population. But the Osman Gazi Mosque and Sunday’s celebration aren’t just for Turkish people or...
Go ahead and walk on this: Dayton’s newest street art project
 Dayton’s newest art public project has hit the pavement. Words of wisdom, positivity and clever encouragement can be found underfoot on sidewalks across Dayton. One message, placed near East Third and South St. Clair streets, advises, “Do what you love, love what you do.” RELATED: 
            
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Posted: 4 days ago

Dayton’s newest art public project has hit the pavement. Words of wisdom, positivity and clever encouragement can be found underfoot on sidewalks across Dayton. One message, placed near East Third and South St. Clair streets, advises, “Do what you love, love what you do.” RELATED: Dayton Arcade&rsquo...
Ducklings rescued by passers-by outside Fifth Third Field
 A group of ducklings was rescued Wednesday night from a fountain outside Fifth Third Field by passers-by. The cries of the ducklings attracted the attention of people who were leaving the Dayton Dragons game.  The mother was in an elevated section of the fountain that the ducklings couldn't reach. They were stuck in a part of the water...

Posted: 4 days ago

A group of ducklings was rescued Wednesday night from a fountain outside Fifth Third Field by passers-by. The cries of the ducklings attracted the attention of people who were leaving the Dayton Dragons game.  The mother was in an elevated section of the fountain that the ducklings couldn't reach. They were stuck in a part of the water...
Dayton Arcade’s sleeping giant: Art grabs attention, points to future
 The troll outside the new pub at the Wheelhouse is pretty big. But he’s a little guy compared to the sleeping giant at the Dayton Arcade. On Monday, vinyl posters went up that cover the north entrance of the massive arcade complex. The coverings feature a 40-foot-long giant, who is a metaphor for the Arcade’s long sleep and...

Posted: 4 days ago

The troll outside the new pub at the Wheelhouse is pretty big. But he’s a little guy compared to the sleeping giant at the Dayton Arcade. On Monday, vinyl posters went up that cover the north entrance of the massive arcade complex. The coverings feature a 40-foot-long giant, who is a metaphor for the Arcade’s long sleep and...
Fraud complaints on the rise in Dayton region
 The Dayton region last year saw a nearly 30 percent increase in fraud and other types of complaints to the Federal Trade Commission, according to agency data analyzed by this newspaper. In 2017, the commission received 4,156 complaints about fraud and other kinds of consumer activities from people in the Dayton metro area, which consists...

Posted: 5 days ago

The Dayton region last year saw a nearly 30 percent increase in fraud and other types of complaints to the Federal Trade Commission, according to agency data analyzed by this newspaper. In 2017, the commission received 4,156 complaints about fraud and other kinds of consumer activities from people in the Dayton metro area, which consists...
Daryl vs. Darryl: Dayton City Commission candidates square off before May election
 Daryl Ward and Darryl Fairchild have some things in common. They are both pastors of more than 30 years who are running as Democrats to be the next Dayton city commissioner. On May 8, Dayton voters will elect one of the two to serve as the newest city commissioner, replacing Joey Williams, who resigned two months ago. Despite the similarities...

Posted: 5 days ago

Daryl Ward and Darryl Fairchild have some things in common. They are both pastors of more than 30 years who are running as Democrats to be the next Dayton city commissioner. On May 8, Dayton voters will elect one of the two to serve as the newest city commissioner, replacing Joey Williams, who resigned two months ago. Despite the similarities...
Dayton’s Lot Links: How program went from sideyards to money-maker
 When it started, Lot Links helped people get larger side yards. Now, more people use the city of Dayton program to try to make a living. Investors increasingly are using the Lot Links program to get cheap vacant properties to flip or rehab to rent out. Investors say the program makes it financially feasible to revive blighted properties that...

Posted: 6 days ago

When it started, Lot Links helped people get larger side yards. Now, more people use the city of Dayton program to try to make a living. Investors increasingly are using the Lot Links program to get cheap vacant properties to flip or rehab to rent out. Investors say the program makes it financially feasible to revive blighted properties that...
Dayton region sees strong manufacturing job growth
 Manufacturing firms in the Dayton region employed 43,100 people in February, which was the highest employment level in about 10 years, according to preliminary federal labor data. February was the 48th consecutive month of year-over-year job growth in the Dayton metro area’s manufacturing sector, according to job data that has not been...

Posted: 7 days ago

Manufacturing firms in the Dayton region employed 43,100 people in February, which was the highest employment level in about 10 years, according to preliminary federal labor data. February was the 48th consecutive month of year-over-year job growth in the Dayton metro area’s manufacturing sector, according to job data that has not been...
‘Silent killer’ in Dayton meets its match: Barbershops
 Here in Dayton, getting a haircut can be a life-saver. High blood pressure is called the “silent killer” because often it does not cause pain or result in other obvious symptoms. Alarm bells often don’t go off until it’s too late. But people don’t have to visit a doctor to get their blood pressure checked. They...

Posted: 7 days ago

Here in Dayton, getting a haircut can be a life-saver. High blood pressure is called the “silent killer” because often it does not cause pain or result in other obvious symptoms. Alarm bells often don’t go off until it’s too late. But people don’t have to visit a doctor to get their blood pressure checked. They...
2 women found dead in north Dayton; white powder at scene
 Two women were found dead inside a home in north Dayton on Saturday night, and authorities located white powder on a nearby bookshelf, according to a police report. Chestyna Twitty, 41, and Jamaica Twitty, 36, were found in a bedroom on the second floor of a home on East Maplewood Avenue in the North Riverdale neighborhood, the report states...

Posted: 7 days ago

Two women were found dead inside a home in north Dayton on Saturday night, and authorities located white powder on a nearby bookshelf, according to a police report. Chestyna Twitty, 41, and Jamaica Twitty, 36, were found in a bedroom on the second floor of a home on East Maplewood Avenue in the North Riverdale neighborhood, the report states...
Dayton fire recruit allegedly involved in bar fight
 A 23-year-old Dayton Fire Department recruit was accused of punching someone at Timothy’s Bar & Grill on Brown Street near UD, according to a police report. A University of Dayton student stopped police that were patrolling the area around Timothy’s and told officers his friend was assaulted inside the business, the report states...

Posted: 7 days ago

A 23-year-old Dayton Fire Department recruit was accused of punching someone at Timothy’s Bar & Grill on Brown Street near UD, according to a police report. A University of Dayton student stopped police that were patrolling the area around Timothy’s and told officers his friend was assaulted inside the business, the report states...
List: Dayton not best place to live, but better than Cleveland, Toledo
 Columbus and Cincinnati were the Ohio cities to rank highest on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Places to Live list. But Dayton, ranked no. 82 out of the largest 125 metro areas, shattered the Glass City (Toledo ranked 102), rocked harder than Cleveland (ranked 104), and outperformed Youngstown (108th). Columbus was 36th on the list...

Posted: 10 days ago

Columbus and Cincinnati were the Ohio cities to rank highest on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Places to Live list. But Dayton, ranked no. 82 out of the largest 125 metro areas, shattered the Glass City (Toledo ranked 102), rocked harder than Cleveland (ranked 104), and outperformed Youngstown (108th). Columbus was 36th on the list...
West Dayton ALDI’s to close Sunday
 ALDI’s in the Westown Shopping Center is closing its doors on Sunday, which will be its last day of sales. The discount grocery store announced the store’s closure in December, which drew harsh criticism from some community members who contend the decision will exacerbate food deserts in West Dayton. ALDI’s still operates...

Posted: 10 days ago

ALDI’s in the Westown Shopping Center is closing its doors on Sunday, which will be its last day of sales. The discount grocery store announced the store’s closure in December, which drew harsh criticism from some community members who contend the decision will exacerbate food deserts in West Dayton. ALDI’s still operates...
Big plans offered for 12 miles of Dayton riverfront
 Some new apartments in the Water Street District overlook the river, and people can sip on cocktails and dine along the riverbank downtown at Basil’s on Market. But the riverfront can offer so much more, planners say, such as a beer garden, new housing, restaurants, recreation and retail, as well as new open space, trail connections...

Posted: 10 days ago

Some new apartments in the Water Street District overlook the river, and people can sip on cocktails and dine along the riverbank downtown at Basil’s on Market. But the riverfront can offer so much more, planners say, such as a beer garden, new housing, restaurants, recreation and retail, as well as new open space, trail connections...
Beer garden, new crossings and more: Big ideas for Dayton’s riverfront
 Dayton’s riverbanks could look a lot more like Cincinnati’s in coming years, if things go according to plan. The thriving Banks redevelopment that transformed a large section of Cincinnati grew out of a strategic development plan unveiled in the 1990s. Dayton is in the process of getting a riverfront master plan of its own. Dayton&rsquo...

Posted: 11 days ago

Dayton’s riverbanks could look a lot more like Cincinnati’s in coming years, if things go according to plan. The thriving Banks redevelopment that transformed a large section of Cincinnati grew out of a strategic development plan unveiled in the 1990s. Dayton is in the process of getting a riverfront master plan of its own. Dayton&rsquo...
The $6M ask: Developers seek funds for Dayton office, housing projects
 Ohio historic preservation tax credits deserve some credit for bringing new housing, restaurants and entertainment spaces to downtown Dayton. But the state has millions more in tax credits to award this summer, and a couple of local projects hope to get a share. Weyland Ventures, the Kentucky firm behind the Wheelhouse Lofts and Troll Pub...

Posted: 12 days ago

Ohio historic preservation tax credits deserve some credit for bringing new housing, restaurants and entertainment spaces to downtown Dayton. But the state has millions more in tax credits to award this summer, and a couple of local projects hope to get a share. Weyland Ventures, the Kentucky firm behind the Wheelhouse Lofts and Troll Pub...
Warning: These 3 Dayton speed traffic cameras go active today
 The city of Dayton has installed three fixed traffic cameras to catch speeders in north and northwest Dayton that go active today. Two cameras have been placed at Gettysburg Avenue at Fairbanks Avenue. A third has been put on North Main Street at Siebenthaler Avenue. The cameras go live on Wednesday but will issue warnings to motorists caught...

Posted: 12 days ago

The city of Dayton has installed three fixed traffic cameras to catch speeders in north and northwest Dayton that go active today. Two cameras have been placed at Gettysburg Avenue at Fairbanks Avenue. A third has been put on North Main Street at Siebenthaler Avenue. The cameras go live on Wednesday but will issue warnings to motorists caught...
Dayton: We need your help to fix potholes
 The asphalt plants have opened after shutting down for the winter, and the city of Dayton hopes crews will be out filling potholes and resurfacing streets beginning next week. Dayton City Commissioners last week approved a nearly $2.2 million contract for asphalt resurfacing for streets in about 13 neighborhoods. This is the city’s...

Posted: 13 days ago

The asphalt plants have opened after shutting down for the winter, and the city of Dayton hopes crews will be out filling potholes and resurfacing streets beginning next week. Dayton City Commissioners last week approved a nearly $2.2 million contract for asphalt resurfacing for streets in about 13 neighborhoods. This is the city’s...
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