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New plan hopes to revive ‘city within a city’ along Dayton’s North Main corridor
 After nearly two years of work, the city of Dayton has put together a plan it hopes will make the shops, streets and neighborhoods along North Main Street a cleaner and safer corridor. The corridor is a major north-south artery, home to an estimated 12,300 residents and a gateway into downtown. It was a thriving commercial and residential...

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After nearly two years of work, the city of Dayton has put together a plan it hopes will make the shops, streets and neighborhoods along North Main Street a cleaner and safer corridor. The corridor is a major north-south artery, home to an estimated 12,300 residents and a gateway into downtown. It was a thriving commercial and residential...
Some Dayton millennials are likely to split. What’s going on?
 Dayton is in danger of losing residents who are members of the much-coveted millennial generation. That’s a problem for a city that wants to grow its population and needs a talented young workforce to help it become what it aspires to be, which is a hub of tech, entrepreneurship and innovation. MORE: Opinion: Is Dayton working smartly...

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Dayton is in danger of losing residents who are members of the much-coveted millennial generation. That’s a problem for a city that wants to grow its population and needs a talented young workforce to help it become what it aspires to be, which is a hub of tech, entrepreneurship and innovation. MORE: Opinion: Is Dayton working smartly...
Levitt Pavilion’s first season: Was it a success? ‘I was very impressed’
 The first season of downtown’s new outdoor music pavilion came to a close on Sunday, but some people haven’t stopped singing the venue’s praises. The Levitt Pavilion Dayton’s free concerts brought more than 25,000 people downtown, activating what was a seldom-used park in the heart of the city. Parts of Downtown felt...

Posted: 4 days ago

The first season of downtown’s new outdoor music pavilion came to a close on Sunday, but some people haven’t stopped singing the venue’s praises. The Levitt Pavilion Dayton’s free concerts brought more than 25,000 people downtown, activating what was a seldom-used park in the heart of the city. Parts of Downtown felt...
Dayton residents concerned by critters they say are lurking in nearby woods
 Residents of a east Dayton neighborhood are expressing concerns about pet safety and nuisances after numerous sightings of coyotes, skunks and other animals in a wooded area near their homes. Linda McCrary, who has lived on Dawnview Avenue since 1973, says she has heard coyotes in the area of a mobile home park. She said she and others in...

Posted: 4 days ago

Residents of a east Dayton neighborhood are expressing concerns about pet safety and nuisances after numerous sightings of coyotes, skunks and other animals in a wooded area near their homes. Linda McCrary, who has lived on Dawnview Avenue since 1973, says she has heard coyotes in the area of a mobile home park. She said she and others in...
Many millennials say they’re likely to leave Dayton. What can the city do about it?
 Dayton is in danger of losing residents who are members of the much-coveted millennial generation. That’s a problem for a city that wants to grow its population and needs a talented young workforce to help it become what it aspires to be: a hub of tech, entrepreneurship and innovation. About 29 percent of Dayton’s millennials...

Posted: 5 days ago

Dayton is in danger of losing residents who are members of the much-coveted millennial generation. That’s a problem for a city that wants to grow its population and needs a talented young workforce to help it become what it aspires to be: a hub of tech, entrepreneurship and innovation. About 29 percent of Dayton’s millennials...
Neighbors: Get the piles of yard waste and other garbage out of Dayton’s Belmont Park
 Yard waste and other debris being dumped in a parking lot at Belmont Park has frustrated some neighbors who say the activity is an “embarrassment” that is harming the aesthetics of an otherwise beautiful space. Piles of tree limbs, grass clippings and other waste take up most of the parking spaces in the lot on Lynhurst Avenue...

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Yard waste and other debris being dumped in a parking lot at Belmont Park has frustrated some neighbors who say the activity is an “embarrassment” that is harming the aesthetics of an otherwise beautiful space. Piles of tree limbs, grass clippings and other waste take up most of the parking spaces in the lot on Lynhurst Avenue...
Lots of color, lots of windows: How Gem City Market will light up northwest Dayton
 The new food cooperative planned for northwest Dayton is coming into sharper focus as the project barrels ahead, cruising past benchmarks that supporters thought would take far longer to reach. The Gem City Market has received more than $2.4 million in charitable donations in a little over a year, and it now has more than 1,780 members, said...

Posted: 10 days ago

The new food cooperative planned for northwest Dayton is coming into sharper focus as the project barrels ahead, cruising past benchmarks that supporters thought would take far longer to reach. The Gem City Market has received more than $2.4 million in charitable donations in a little over a year, and it now has more than 1,780 members, said...
Is pot dangerous? A Dayton ballot issue has reignited the debate
 The debate about the dangers of marijuana has a new sense of urgency: Dayton residents will vote in the next month for or against decriminalizing small amounts of the drug. Marijuana advocates contend that pot is not as bad as alcohol or tobacco, say it isn’t a gateway drug and believe enforcement of pot laws has disproportionately...

Posted: 10 days ago

The debate about the dangers of marijuana has a new sense of urgency: Dayton residents will vote in the next month for or against decriminalizing small amounts of the drug. Marijuana advocates contend that pot is not as bad as alcohol or tobacco, say it isn’t a gateway drug and believe enforcement of pot laws has disproportionately...
One of Dayton’s biggest west-side buys in recent memory sets up historical Wright brothers site for development
 The city of Dayton has decided to purchase the 54-acre former Delphi property, which is one of the city’s largest real estate acquisitions on the west side in recent memory. Hundreds of people used to work at the Home Avenue site, which is also home to the world’s oldest airplane manufacturing facility. But the property has been...

Posted: 11 days ago

The city of Dayton has decided to purchase the 54-acre former Delphi property, which is one of the city’s largest real estate acquisitions on the west side in recent memory. Hundreds of people used to work at the Home Avenue site, which is also home to the world’s oldest airplane manufacturing facility. But the property has been...
Dayton region saw huge spike in jobs. But don’t celebrate yet.
 The Dayton region added 4,900 jobs in August, according to preliminary federal labor data, which is the most explosive month of payroll growth in 20 years. Non-farm employment in the Dayton metro area increased by 1.3 percent in the last full month of summer, which is the second-most robust month of job growth since at least 1990, the data...

Posted: 11 days ago

The Dayton region added 4,900 jobs in August, according to preliminary federal labor data, which is the most explosive month of payroll growth in 20 years. Non-farm employment in the Dayton metro area increased by 1.3 percent in the last full month of summer, which is the second-most robust month of job growth since at least 1990, the data...
PHOTOS: Downtown Dayton’s first new hotel in decades opens soon, and here’s what you should know about it
 A week from now, downtown Dayton’s first new hotel in more than four decades will open, expanding the offerings in what is already one of the most happening parts of the city. The 98-room Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott at the northeast corner of East Monument Avenue and Riverside Drive adds a new dimension to the Water Street District...

Posted: 12 days ago

A week from now, downtown Dayton’s first new hotel in more than four decades will open, expanding the offerings in what is already one of the most happening parts of the city. The 98-room Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott at the northeast corner of East Monument Avenue and Riverside Drive adds a new dimension to the Water Street District...
Dayton’s Fire Blocks development: ‘We are doing an entire neighborhood’
 The Fire Blocks District right now is one the last large concentrations of mostly inactive space in the northeastern part of downtown Dayton. But the district’s new developer says that will change soon and it is “very close” to reaching deals with what would be its first new commercial tenants. The success of the Fire Blocks...

Posted: 15 days ago

The Fire Blocks District right now is one the last large concentrations of mostly inactive space in the northeastern part of downtown Dayton. But the district’s new developer says that will change soon and it is “very close” to reaching deals with what would be its first new commercial tenants. The success of the Fire Blocks...
Dayton may buy world’s oldest airplane factory in West Dayton
 The city of Dayton is considering buying 54 acres of the former Delphi property on Home Avenue, which is home to the world’s oldest airplane manufacturing facility. Dayton commissioners on Wednesday will decide whether to approve a $1 million option agreement for property at 2701 Home Ave., which was once used by GM and Delphi. The...

Posted: 16 days ago

The city of Dayton is considering buying 54 acres of the former Delphi property on Home Avenue, which is home to the world’s oldest airplane manufacturing facility. Dayton commissioners on Wednesday will decide whether to approve a $1 million option agreement for property at 2701 Home Ave., which was once used by GM and Delphi. The...
Grocery, housing, community center ‘signs of hope’ for Dayton neighborhood
 Northwest Dayton lost a massive employer, vital medical services and an anchor institution when Good Samaritan Hospital closed over the summer. Some people thought the closure was a death knell for that part of the city. But new projects with millions of dollars worth of new investments are in the works that would bring life to empty and...

Posted: 16 days ago

Northwest Dayton lost a massive employer, vital medical services and an anchor institution when Good Samaritan Hospital closed over the summer. Some people thought the closure was a death knell for that part of the city. But new projects with millions of dollars worth of new investments are in the works that would bring life to empty and...
Dayton Arcade developer says original investors will be paid
 One of the original investors who pitched in to buy the Dayton Arcade nearly a decade ago is growing increasingly impatient with efforts to purchase and redevelop the complex, saying he wants his money back ASAP. Stephen Heins contributed $100,000 to help acquire about five of the nine arcade buildings sold at auction in 2009. Plans at the...

Posted: 19 days ago

One of the original investors who pitched in to buy the Dayton Arcade nearly a decade ago is growing increasingly impatient with efforts to purchase and redevelop the complex, saying he wants his money back ASAP. Stephen Heins contributed $100,000 to help acquire about five of the nine arcade buildings sold at auction in 2009. Plans at the...
Dayton’s South Park doesn’t want treatment center as neighbor
 Residents rejected a potential “good neighbor agreement” between the South Park community and a company that wants to open a men’s substance abuse rehab center in the 800 block of Wayne Avenue. South Park residents voted 46-15 against the agreement with Square One Health, which wants to start an in-patient treatment center...

Posted: 19 days ago

Residents rejected a potential “good neighbor agreement” between the South Park community and a company that wants to open a men’s substance abuse rehab center in the 800 block of Wayne Avenue. South Park residents voted 46-15 against the agreement with Square One Health, which wants to start an in-patient treatment center...
Why South Park residents rejected ‘good neighbor’ deal with rehab center
 South Park residents voted against a good neighbor agreement that would have helped pave the way for a new men’s substance abuse rehab center to open on Wayne Avenue. Square One Health proposed creating an in-patient treatment center in a facility that formerly housed Daybreak operations, along the 800 block of Wayne Avenue. But on...

Posted: 19 days ago

South Park residents voted against a good neighbor agreement that would have helped pave the way for a new men’s substance abuse rehab center to open on Wayne Avenue. Square One Health proposed creating an in-patient treatment center in a facility that formerly housed Daybreak operations, along the 800 block of Wayne Avenue. But on...
Commuters rejoice: Dayton set to approve widening U.S. 35
 Dayton’s elected leaders appear to be on board with widening U.S. 35, which supporters say will help ease traffic congestion in a notorious bottleneck. Today, the Dayton City Commission had a first reading of an ordinance consenting to the state’s plan to widen U.S. 35, starting in 2021. MORE: Local leaders clash over U.S. 35...

Posted: 20 days ago

Dayton’s elected leaders appear to be on board with widening U.S. 35, which supporters say will help ease traffic congestion in a notorious bottleneck. Today, the Dayton City Commission had a first reading of an ordinance consenting to the state’s plan to widen U.S. 35, starting in 2021. MORE: Local leaders clash over U.S. 35...
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