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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: 13 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: 13 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: 14 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: 14 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: 15 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...
New condos near downtown Dayton to sell for $58K and up
 One of the biggest complaints about downtown Dayton’s housing market is the lack of affordable product to buy. Many people are unable or unwilling to spend $240,000 or more on a townhouse. But a former schoolhouse that was transformed into apartments two decades ago has been turned into condos that range in price from $58,000 to $137...

Posted: 15 days ago

One of the biggest complaints about downtown Dayton’s housing market is the lack of affordable product to buy. Many people are unable or unwilling to spend $240,000 or more on a townhouse. But a former schoolhouse that was transformed into apartments two decades ago has been turned into condos that range in price from $58,000 to $137...
The right moves: Why these new residents decided to live in downtown Dayton
 Downtown Dayton isn’t a dazzling neon wonderland like midtown Manhattan. In fact, its lights shine less bright than even a significant number of medium-sized Midwestern cities. But downtown Dayton has energy, diversity, arts and culture and unmatched convenience, according some of its newest residents. They say they were lured downtown...

Posted: 18 days ago

Downtown Dayton isn’t a dazzling neon wonderland like midtown Manhattan. In fact, its lights shine less bright than even a significant number of medium-sized Midwestern cities. But downtown Dayton has energy, diversity, arts and culture and unmatched convenience, according some of its newest residents. They say they were lured downtown...
Dayton hires new director of planning, community development
 The city of Dayton has hired a new director of planning and community development about 10 months after its previous director resigned shortly after being put on paid administrative leave. RELATED: Turner says Dayton mismanaged federal funds, wants detailed plan Todd Kinskey will take over the job. Kinskey is the planning and development...

Posted: 18 days ago

The city of Dayton has hired a new director of planning and community development about 10 months after its previous director resigned shortly after being put on paid administrative leave. RELATED: Turner says Dayton mismanaged federal funds, wants detailed plan Todd Kinskey will take over the job. Kinskey is the planning and development...
Moneyball: Dayton Dragons an economic juggernaut
 Fans of fast balls and home runs will be glad that Saturday is the Dayton Dragon’s home opener. But local businesses will be cheering just as hard for the first pitch of the season to be thrown out , since they expect to see increased foot traffic and sales right off the bat. America’s national pastime has been very good to the...

Posted: 18 days ago

Fans of fast balls and home runs will be glad that Saturday is the Dayton Dragon’s home opener. But local businesses will be cheering just as hard for the first pitch of the season to be thrown out , since they expect to see increased foot traffic and sales right off the bat. America’s national pastime has been very good to the...
RTA to use $2.3 million to replace aging buses
 Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority plans to replace 10 of its aging diesel buses with the help of a federal grant. The U.S. Department of Transportation this week announced that the RTA was been awarded more than $2.3 million to help update its fleet. NEW EATERY: Downtown Dayton to get new restaurant “Our job is to transport...

Posted: 20 days ago

Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority plans to replace 10 of its aging diesel buses with the help of a federal grant. The U.S. Department of Transportation this week announced that the RTA was been awarded more than $2.3 million to help update its fleet. NEW EATERY: Downtown Dayton to get new restaurant “Our job is to transport...
Downtown Dayton to get new restaurant
 A two-time winner of one of Dayton.com’s Best of Dayton Food & Dining awards is moving to a vacant space at 44 W. Third Street in the ground floor of the parking garage next to Stop-N-Save Food. >>RELATED: Best of Dayton 2017 Winners for Food & Dining The owners of the Olive Mediterranean Grill at 6129 N. Dixie...

Posted: 21 days ago

A two-time winner of one of Dayton.com’s Best of Dayton Food & Dining awards is moving to a vacant space at 44 W. Third Street in the ground floor of the parking garage next to Stop-N-Save Food. >>RELATED: Best of Dayton 2017 Winners for Food & Dining The owners of the Olive Mediterranean Grill at 6129 N. Dixie...
Trees down, water rising as storms push through region
 Trees were down at Wayne and Wyoming streets in Dayton. Power lines were downed around Clifton Road in Greene County. A tree fell on top of a home on Fieldstone Drive in north Dayton, which splintered and caused some damage. Wind tore the roof off a barn at Clifton and Clark Run roads north of Xenia. This is not the end of the severe weather...

Posted: 21 days ago

Trees were down at Wayne and Wyoming streets in Dayton. Power lines were downed around Clifton Road in Greene County. A tree fell on top of a home on Fieldstone Drive in north Dayton, which splintered and caused some damage. Wind tore the roof off a barn at Clifton and Clark Run roads north of Xenia. This is not the end of the severe weather...
Area taxpayers hit with penalties for tardiness, sloppiness
 Tax day is just two weeks away, and when it comes to taxes, procrastination or careless math can lead to expensive consequences. More than 51,700 tax returns in Ohio incurred a late filing penalty in tax years 2014-2016, including about 8,870 returns in Butler, Champaign, Clark, Greene, Miami, Montgomery and Warren counties, according to...

Posted: 22 days ago

Tax day is just two weeks away, and when it comes to taxes, procrastination or careless math can lead to expensive consequences. More than 51,700 tax returns in Ohio incurred a late filing penalty in tax years 2014-2016, including about 8,870 returns in Butler, Champaign, Clark, Greene, Miami, Montgomery and Warren counties, according to...
Dayton police major on administrative leave; no reason given
 A high-ranking longtime Dayton police commander has been on administrative leave for more than two weeks with no explanation from the city. Maj. Brian Johns has been on administrative leave since March 14, according to Dayton city payroll time sheets obtained by this news organization. A city spokeswoman repeatedly has said the city does...

Posted: 22 days ago

A high-ranking longtime Dayton police commander has been on administrative leave for more than two weeks with no explanation from the city. Maj. Brian Johns has been on administrative leave since March 14, according to Dayton city payroll time sheets obtained by this news organization. A city spokeswoman repeatedly has said the city does...
Downtown Dayton parking meters: Groups tackle image problems
 Parking in downtown Dayton — and the people in charge of policing the meters — had an image problem. A 2016 survey found that many people believed that ticketing downtown was overzealous and parking enforcement was unreasonable and inconsistent. Many downtown visitors, residents and businesses felt that the way parking was being...

Posted: 26 days ago

Parking in downtown Dayton — and the people in charge of policing the meters — had an image problem. A 2016 survey found that many people believed that ticketing downtown was overzealous and parking enforcement was unreasonable and inconsistent. Many downtown visitors, residents and businesses felt that the way parking was being...
Dayton residents, board say ‘no’ to group home for teens
 A group home for male teens proposed for East Dayton hit a roadblock this week after being opposed by residents and losing its zoning case. But Griffin Academy LLC, the company that wants to establish the group home, may have another shot at making the project a reality. “My client is not giving up on 437 Blackwood,” said attorney...

Posted: 26 days ago

A group home for male teens proposed for East Dayton hit a roadblock this week after being opposed by residents and losing its zoning case. But Griffin Academy LLC, the company that wants to establish the group home, may have another shot at making the project a reality. “My client is not giving up on 437 Blackwood,” said attorney...
12,210 years of life lost: The high cost of Dayton area’s drug problem
 Drugs have wiped out more than 12,210 years of potential life in Montgomery County, according to a new report. Heart disease and cancer kill far more people in the county than drug poisonings, but drug deaths are killing younger people. On average, residents who succumb to those diseases are in their 70s or lolder. People killed by drugs...

Posted: 27 days ago

Drugs have wiped out more than 12,210 years of potential life in Montgomery County, according to a new report. Heart disease and cancer kill far more people in the county than drug poisonings, but drug deaths are killing younger people. On average, residents who succumb to those diseases are in their 70s or lolder. People killed by drugs...
Dayton to close alleys — not streets — to disrupt crime
 The city of Dayton has scratched a proposal to close streets in east Dayton to disrupt crime — now saying the city wants to avoid disrupting transit service. The city, however, still plans to install concrete barriers in some alleys to try to combat drug activities and prostitution. Residents of the Burkhart neighborhood had talked...

Posted: 27 days ago

The city of Dayton has scratched a proposal to close streets in east Dayton to disrupt crime — now saying the city wants to avoid disrupting transit service. The city, however, still plans to install concrete barriers in some alleys to try to combat drug activities and prostitution. Residents of the Burkhart neighborhood had talked...
Dayton shop operated for years without permit, city says
 An auto repair shop in the South Park neighborhood that generated some neighborhood complaints has operated for years without the proper permit, which came to light after the city issued it a notice for a zoning violation, city officials said. In December, the city of Dayton issued the auto mechanic’s business at 515 Warren St. a legal...

Posted: 28 days ago

An auto repair shop in the South Park neighborhood that generated some neighborhood complaints has operated for years without the proper permit, which came to light after the city issued it a notice for a zoning violation, city officials said. In December, the city of Dayton issued the auto mechanic’s business at 515 Warren St. a legal...
Stranger danger: Dayton police urge use of safe zones for online sales
 There’s some great local deals on Facebook, Craigslist, eBay, LetGo and other online marketplaces. But trouble also lurks online, and some offers that are too good to be true are part of criminal plots. Some people in Dayton who meet up to buy or sell items found online get robbed, sometimes violently. The Dayton Police Department is...

Posted: 28 days ago

There’s some great local deals on Facebook, Craigslist, eBay, LetGo and other online marketplaces. But trouble also lurks online, and some offers that are too good to be true are part of criminal plots. Some people in Dayton who meet up to buy or sell items found online get robbed, sometimes violently. The Dayton Police Department is...
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