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What should Dayton do with golf? The city is seeking answers for its 6 courses
 The city of Dayton is trying to figure out what to do with a golf system that is losing money and likely has millions of dollars in capital needs. Some challenges facing the golf industry include the time it takes to play, the cost and the difficulty of the sport. But Dayton’s six courses also have to contend with aging infrastructure...

Posted: 3 hours ago

The city of Dayton is trying to figure out what to do with a golf system that is losing money and likely has millions of dollars in capital needs. Some challenges facing the golf industry include the time it takes to play, the cost and the difficulty of the sport. But Dayton’s six courses also have to contend with aging infrastructure...
This new downtown office could be one of the coolest work spaces in Dayton. See what makes it different.
 Richard Kaiser and his marketing agency’s staff spend a lot of time at work. But their distinctive and inspiring work space helps with the long hours and significant demands on their creative talents. The Wilderness Agency’s offices in east Dayton belong on the short list of coolest places to work in Dayton. The ground floor...

Posted: 10 hours ago

Richard Kaiser and his marketing agency’s staff spend a lot of time at work. But their distinctive and inspiring work space helps with the long hours and significant demands on their creative talents. The Wilderness Agency’s offices in east Dayton belong on the short list of coolest places to work in Dayton. The ground floor...
‘Drowning is silent’: Boy’s death during swim lesson leads experts to urge safety measures
 A 6-year-old boy has died after being pulled from a City of Dayton pool last week, which has some loved ones struggling to understand how the incident happened and experts reiterating key safety issues at pools. Niguel Hamilton died at Dayton Children’s Hospital on Sunday night, three days after being retrieved from the bottom of an...

Posted: 3 days ago

A 6-year-old boy has died after being pulled from a City of Dayton pool last week, which has some loved ones struggling to understand how the incident happened and experts reiterating key safety issues at pools. Niguel Hamilton died at Dayton Children’s Hospital on Sunday night, three days after being retrieved from the bottom of an...
What would be the effect of the Five Rivers MetroParks’ possible November levy?
 Five Rivers MetroParks plans to put a replacement levy on the November ballot that would increase property taxes as it works to protect its main source of funding for years to come. About 80 percent of the park system’s revenue is from a 1.8-mill levy that voters approved in 2009. The 10-year levy expires at the end of 2019, but MetroParks...

Posted: 5 days ago

Five Rivers MetroParks plans to put a replacement levy on the November ballot that would increase property taxes as it works to protect its main source of funding for years to come. About 80 percent of the park system’s revenue is from a 1.8-mill levy that voters approved in 2009. The 10-year levy expires at the end of 2019, but MetroParks...
This $89M plan could totally transform struggling West Dayton neighborhoods. Here’s what it would do.
 Big changes could be in store for a section of West Dayton that has been on the decline for many years because of disinvestment, highly concentrated poverty, crime problems and aging, outdated and vacant housing stock. After two years of work, the local public housing authority, the city of Dayton and another local partner have unveiled more...

Posted: 6 days ago

Big changes could be in store for a section of West Dayton that has been on the decline for many years because of disinvestment, highly concentrated poverty, crime problems and aging, outdated and vacant housing stock. After two years of work, the local public housing authority, the city of Dayton and another local partner have unveiled more...
Five Rivers MetroParks to seek replacement levy that would raise taxes
 Five Rivers MetroParks plans to place a replacement levy on the November ballot that would increase property taxes to ensure it doesn’t lose its main source of funding for years to come. About 80 percent of the park system’s revenue is from a 1.8-mill levy that voters approved in 2009. The 10-year levy expires at the end of 2019...

Posted: 6 days ago

Five Rivers MetroParks plans to place a replacement levy on the November ballot that would increase property taxes to ensure it doesn’t lose its main source of funding for years to come. About 80 percent of the park system’s revenue is from a 1.8-mill levy that voters approved in 2009. The 10-year levy expires at the end of 2019...
Dayton police again to relocate mobile speed cameras
 The Dayton Police Department will move its mobile speed enforcement trailers today to Wilmington Avenue. The trailers, which automatically record the license plates of speeding vehicles, have been parked on Harshman Road near Eastwood Lake for weeks. The devices will be moved to the 900 block today. Enforcement begins immediately, without...

Posted: 6 days ago

The Dayton Police Department will move its mobile speed enforcement trailers today to Wilmington Avenue. The trailers, which automatically record the license plates of speeding vehicles, have been parked on Harshman Road near Eastwood Lake for weeks. The devices will be moved to the 900 block today. Enforcement begins immediately, without...
One firm just moved to downtown Dayton. Why it was ‘the only option.’
 RSM US’s ribbon-cutting ceremony today celebrated the opening of the accounting firm’s new downtown offices. But just as much, the event was hailed as further proof of downtown’s evolution into a live, work, play environment that can attract good-paying businesses and high-quality talent. RSM has moved its offices from...

Posted: 7 days ago

RSM US’s ribbon-cutting ceremony today celebrated the opening of the accounting firm’s new downtown offices. But just as much, the event was hailed as further proof of downtown’s evolution into a live, work, play environment that can attract good-paying businesses and high-quality talent. RSM has moved its offices from...
Montgomery County offering military ID cards: What you need to know
 Montgomery County is expected to start issuing veteran ID cards next month or early September, providing current and former service members a quick way to prove they are eligible for benefits programs and other perks. The cards, which will be free to local veterans, are a form of state-issued identification that will help card-holders get...

Posted: 8 days ago

Montgomery County is expected to start issuing veteran ID cards next month or early September, providing current and former service members a quick way to prove they are eligible for benefits programs and other perks. The cards, which will be free to local veterans, are a form of state-issued identification that will help card-holders get...
Millennial chic? Downtown Dayton’s Arts Annex wants new audiences
 When it opens in September, the new downtown Arts Annex will be unlike anything else in the region and should draw different audiences than those that usually patronize the Schuster Center and Victoria Theatre, supporters say. The Arts Annex, located at West Second and North Ludlow streets, will cater to cutting-edge theater companies that...

Posted: 8 days ago

When it opens in September, the new downtown Arts Annex will be unlike anything else in the region and should draw different audiences than those that usually patronize the Schuster Center and Victoria Theatre, supporters say. The Arts Annex, located at West Second and North Ludlow streets, will cater to cutting-edge theater companies that...
Business wants to deliver beer, convenience items to Dayton doorsteps
 A company that delivers convenience store products to customers’ doorsteps has taken a step closer to being able to sell beer in Dayton. Philadelphia-based goPuff delivers snacks, drinks, alcohol, candy, smoke products, condoms and household essentials to people who place orders using a mobile app or the company’s website. The...

Posted: 9 days ago

A company that delivers convenience store products to customers’ doorsteps has taken a step closer to being able to sell beer in Dayton. Philadelphia-based goPuff delivers snacks, drinks, alcohol, candy, smoke products, condoms and household essentials to people who place orders using a mobile app or the company’s website. The...
Dayton could lift 53-year ban on inner tubes, inflatables
 The city of Dayton is considering eliminating a 53-year-old ban on the use of inflated rafts or inner tubes on city waters, which supporters say would add a relatively cheap recreational option for fun-seekers. TRENDING: Local nightclub owner to residents: ‘You’re not just going to take my business’ The city’s ban...

Posted: 9 days ago

The city of Dayton is considering eliminating a 53-year-old ban on the use of inflated rafts or inner tubes on city waters, which supporters say would add a relatively cheap recreational option for fun-seekers. TRENDING: Local nightclub owner to residents: ‘You’re not just going to take my business’ The city’s ban...
Dayton income tax collections up $4.4 million: What’s really going on
 The city of Dayton’s income tax collections are up about $4.4 million this year, exceeding projections and offering signs the local economy is going strong. The revenue growth — which coincides with a long streak of year-over-year job gains in the region — hopefully will mean the city will not have to dip into its cash reserves...

Posted: 11 days ago

The city of Dayton’s income tax collections are up about $4.4 million this year, exceeding projections and offering signs the local economy is going strong. The revenue growth — which coincides with a long streak of year-over-year job gains in the region — hopefully will mean the city will not have to dip into its cash reserves...
Buying sex in Dayton: Prostitution-related offenses on rise
 Dayton police arrested nearly twice as many men for prostitution-related offenses last year as they did in 2016, and officers remain aggressive in their enforcement of vice laws, police data show. More men have been arrested by Dayton police for prostitution-related offenses already this year than in all of 2016, and there’s still six...

Posted: 11 days ago

Dayton police arrested nearly twice as many men for prostitution-related offenses last year as they did in 2016, and officers remain aggressive in their enforcement of vice laws, police data show. More men have been arrested by Dayton police for prostitution-related offenses already this year than in all of 2016, and there’s still six...
Since Ohio library ended late fees, more materials getting returned
 Six months ago, the Dayton Metro Library eliminated late fines, and revenues from fees, as expected, have declined since then. >> Read more trending news But, surprisingly, fewer borrowed materials have become overdue, and borrowers actually have returned more overdue materials to the Ohio library than they did in 2017, officials...

Posted: 13 days ago

Six months ago, the Dayton Metro Library eliminated late fines, and revenues from fees, as expected, have declined since then. >> Read more trending news But, surprisingly, fewer borrowed materials have become overdue, and borrowers actually have returned more overdue materials to the Ohio library than they did in 2017, officials...
Promise keeping: New Fire Blocks developer starts work on $35M project
 The new developer of the Fire Blocks in downtown Dayton today delivered on its promise to begin work on one of the district’s historic buildings. Crews started removing and replacing the roof of the Elks building at the southeast corner of East Third and South Jefferson streets, which was a welcome sight for Dayton officials, development...

Posted: 14 days ago

The new developer of the Fire Blocks in downtown Dayton today delivered on its promise to begin work on one of the district’s historic buildings. Crews started removing and replacing the roof of the Elks building at the southeast corner of East Third and South Jefferson streets, which was a welcome sight for Dayton officials, development...
The Dayton library ended late fees. Here’s what happened.
 Six months ago, the Dayton Metro Library eliminated late fines, and revenues from fees, as expected, have declined since then. But, surprisingly, fewer borrowed materials have become overdue, and borrowers actually have returned more overdue materials than they did in 2017, officials said. Late fines weren’t very effective at getting...

Posted: 14 days ago

Six months ago, the Dayton Metro Library eliminated late fines, and revenues from fees, as expected, have declined since then. But, surprisingly, fewer borrowed materials have become overdue, and borrowers actually have returned more overdue materials than they did in 2017, officials said. Late fines weren’t very effective at getting...
New developer takes action on stalled $35M downtown Dayton project
 A Columbus developer says it has taken over a stalled project to transform the Fire Blocks District and vows to begin work on a $35 million first phase this week, which could help prevent the project from losing millions of dollars worth of tax incentives. Windsor Companies has agreed to acquire multiple properties in and around the 100 block...

Posted: 16 days ago

A Columbus developer says it has taken over a stalled project to transform the Fire Blocks District and vows to begin work on a $35 million first phase this week, which could help prevent the project from losing millions of dollars worth of tax incentives. Windsor Companies has agreed to acquire multiple properties in and around the 100 block...
‘Horrible’ environment, distrust plagued Dayton police unit
 Strained relationships among some Dayton Police Special Victims Unit detectives reached the point where one secretly recorded conversations with co-workers and another did not voluntarily share information in a murder investigation, a Dayton Daily News investigation found. Infighting, distrust, and communication and management issues created...

Posted: 16 days ago

Strained relationships among some Dayton Police Special Victims Unit detectives reached the point where one secretly recorded conversations with co-workers and another did not voluntarily share information in a murder investigation, a Dayton Daily News investigation found. Infighting, distrust, and communication and management issues created...
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