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Dayton releases new app for trash day
 It’s easy to lose track of the time and forget it’s trash day. Well, Dayton now has an app for that. The city has launched Dayton Collects, a mobile app that will send people reminders that trash and recycling day has arrived. RELATED: Dayton looks for new ways to get residents to recycle more The app also will send alerts to...

Posted: 28 days ago

It’s easy to lose track of the time and forget it’s trash day. Well, Dayton now has an app for that. The city has launched Dayton Collects, a mobile app that will send people reminders that trash and recycling day has arrived. RELATED: Dayton looks for new ways to get residents to recycle more The app also will send alerts to...
Coming this fall: New downtown Dayton performing arts theater
 The Arts Annex planned for downtown Dayton will have a theater with about 200 to 250 seats, classrooms and meeting spaces, according to information recently shared by the Victoria Theatre Association. The new arts and education space is expected to open this fall, but the association is still looking for supporters to help “make the...

Posted: 29 days ago

The Arts Annex planned for downtown Dayton will have a theater with about 200 to 250 seats, classrooms and meeting spaces, according to information recently shared by the Victoria Theatre Association. The new arts and education space is expected to open this fall, but the association is still looking for supporters to help “make the...
Dayton to block some streets, alleys to help fight crime
 The city of Dayton is planning to barricade multiple roads and alleyways in east Dayton as part of efforts to “disrupt” crime patterns. The city has identified four streets it plans to temporarily close off using concrete barriers near or at where they intersect with East Third Street, according to information recently shared...

Posted: 29 days ago

The city of Dayton is planning to barricade multiple roads and alleyways in east Dayton as part of efforts to “disrupt” crime patterns. The city has identified four streets it plans to temporarily close off using concrete barriers near or at where they intersect with East Third Street, according to information recently shared...
Dayton wants in on Trump’s tax reform program
 The state of Ohio has nominated large sections of Dayton to be opportunity zones, which under Trump’s federal tax reform bill can give tax breaks to investments in those areas. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 created the new opportunity zones program with the goal of spurring private investment in distressed communities. The program...

6:43 PM Saturday, Mar. 24, 2018

The state of Ohio has nominated large sections of Dayton to be opportunity zones, which under Trump’s federal tax reform bill can give tax breaks to investments in those areas. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 created the new opportunity zones program with the goal of spurring private investment in distressed communities. The program...
Beer, cats, and now ‘junk.’ The evolution of Dayton’s St. Anne’s Hill
 First came the beer. Then came the cats. Now comes the junk. Harry Slone is opening a new business called Harry’s Collection at 1501 E. Fifth St. in St. Anne’s Hill, very close to Fifth Street Brewpub and the Gem City Catfé. The brew pub opened in 2013 and the catfé opened earlier this year. Slone likes to say that...

6:35 PM Saturday, Mar. 24, 2018

First came the beer. Then came the cats. Now comes the junk. Harry Slone is opening a new business called Harry’s Collection at 1501 E. Fifth St. in St. Anne’s Hill, very close to Fifth Street Brewpub and the Gem City Catfé. The brew pub opened in 2013 and the catfé opened earlier this year. Slone likes to say that...
City approves airport zoning change over objections
 The city of Dayton has approved rezoning 157 acres of vacant land by the airport despite strong objections from some people. The city commission this week unanimously approved designating some land west of the Dayton International Airport as airport district zoning, which officials say will help its redevelopment. But a couple of people who...

10:58 AM Friday, Mar. 23, 2018

The city of Dayton has approved rezoning 157 acres of vacant land by the airport despite strong objections from some people. The city commission this week unanimously approved designating some land west of the Dayton International Airport as airport district zoning, which officials say will help its redevelopment. But a couple of people who...
Dayton official: CareSource construction site fire ‘not dangerous’
 A downtown Dayton office tower being built to house to hundreds of CareSource workers caught fire Thursday, sending a large column of pitch-black smoke billowing, visible as far away as Troy and Beavercreek.  Company officials said they do not expect the mid-day fire to delay next year's projected opening. Dayton fire officials said...

4:15 PM Thursday, Mar. 22, 2018

A downtown Dayton office tower being built to house to hundreds of CareSource workers caught fire Thursday, sending a large column of pitch-black smoke billowing, visible as far away as Troy and Beavercreek.  Company officials said they do not expect the mid-day fire to delay next year's projected opening. Dayton fire officials said...
Dayton’s Fire Blocks faces deadline, could lose $4.5M in funds
 The state of Ohio has told the group that wants to redevelop the Fire Blocks District that it has until June 30 to prove it has financing for the project or its tax credits may be rescinded. The Ellway Group won nearly $4.5 million in state historic preservation tax credits in June 2016 to help fund the restoration of the Elks Building and...

11:10 AM Thursday, Mar. 22, 2018

The state of Ohio has told the group that wants to redevelop the Fire Blocks District that it has until June 30 to prove it has financing for the project or its tax credits may be rescinded. The Ellway Group won nearly $4.5 million in state historic preservation tax credits in June 2016 to help fund the restoration of the Elks Building and...
Dayton officer disciplined for investigation involving child who later died
 The city of Dayton last month punished a police detective for failing to properly investigate an alleged incident of child abuse involving Brayden Ferguson, a 2-year-old boy who officials say died of multiple blunt-force injuries from a later incident. City officials accused Dayton police Detective Lindsay Dulaney of not thoroughly investigating...

1:08 PM Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2018

The city of Dayton last month punished a police detective for failing to properly investigate an alleged incident of child abuse involving Brayden Ferguson, a 2-year-old boy who officials say died of multiple blunt-force injuries from a later incident. City officials accused Dayton police Detective Lindsay Dulaney of not thoroughly investigating...
Here’s what jobs pay in the Dayton region (and how they compare nationally)
 Nearly 377,000 people are employed in the Dayton metro area doing all sorts of jobs, ranging from cooking up hamburgers to performing life-saving surgery. Most commonly, what people earn in the Dayton area is less than the national average. On average, Dayton workers in all occupations earn $23.86 per hour, which is 5 percent less than their...

12:10 AM Tuesday, Mar. 20, 2018

Nearly 377,000 people are employed in the Dayton metro area doing all sorts of jobs, ranging from cooking up hamburgers to performing life-saving surgery. Most commonly, what people earn in the Dayton area is less than the national average. On average, Dayton workers in all occupations earn $23.86 per hour, which is 5 percent less than their...
The city of Dayton gets a mascot. Mayor Whaley says, ‘I like this guy.’
 He’s not a stunt pilot like UD’s Rudy Flyer. And he can’t howl like Wright State’s Rowdy Raider. TRENDING: Coroner requested to Fuyao after reported forklift accident But the city of Dayton’s new mascot, Captain Customer Service, looks to be a big cheerleader for customer service “all-stars” within...

11:01 AM Tuesday, Mar. 20, 2018

He’s not a stunt pilot like UD’s Rudy Flyer. And he can’t howl like Wright State’s Rowdy Raider. TRENDING: Coroner requested to Fuyao after reported forklift accident But the city of Dayton’s new mascot, Captain Customer Service, looks to be a big cheerleader for customer service “all-stars” within...
Downtown Dayton housing growth fueled by tax incentives
 When new housing goes up in parts of Dayton, higher property taxes don’t always immediately follow. That’s the benefit of Dayton’s Community Reinvestment Area program. The program incentivizes property improvements and new construction by exempting taxation on the value of the improvements. Abatements usually are for 100...

3:51 PM Monday, Mar. 19, 2018

When new housing goes up in parts of Dayton, higher property taxes don’t always immediately follow. That’s the benefit of Dayton’s Community Reinvestment Area program. The program incentivizes property improvements and new construction by exempting taxation on the value of the improvements. Abatements usually are for 100...
What we know about Dayton’s immigrant population
 Dayton has a low concentration of immigrants compared to many other U.S. communities. But as this newspaper reported, Dayton’s immigrant population has more than doubled since the mid-2000s and the pace of growth has been among the highest in the nation. A new report by the Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation sheds some light on immigrants...

11:21 AM Friday, Mar. 16, 2018

Dayton has a low concentration of immigrants compared to many other U.S. communities. But as this newspaper reported, Dayton’s immigrant population has more than doubled since the mid-2000s and the pace of growth has been among the highest in the nation. A new report by the Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation sheds some light on immigrants...
This Dayton MetroPark is about to get much bigger
 Five Rivers MetroParks wants to greatly increase the size of Wesleyan MetroPark by acquiring nearby land from a local church. Wesleyan MetroPark, located east of North James H. McGee Boulevard and North Gettysburg Avenue, is about 59 acres but could grow to more than 107 acres if the deal goes through. This project achieves one of MetroParks&rsquo...

11:07 AM Friday, Mar. 16, 2018

Five Rivers MetroParks wants to greatly increase the size of Wesleyan MetroPark by acquiring nearby land from a local church. Wesleyan MetroPark, located east of North James H. McGee Boulevard and North Gettysburg Avenue, is about 59 acres but could grow to more than 107 acres if the deal goes through. This project achieves one of MetroParks&rsquo...
Gone lickety-split: New downtown Dayton homes sell out
 The 14 new City View townhouses have sold out just about 13 months after hitting the market, making it Charlie Simms’ fastest downtown housing project to run out of product. City View was Charles Simms Development’s sixth downtown housing project. Simms’ first project — the Patterson Square town homes, built in 2011...

4:33 PM Thursday, Mar. 15, 2018

The 14 new City View townhouses have sold out just about 13 months after hitting the market, making it Charlie Simms’ fastest downtown housing project to run out of product. City View was Charles Simms Development’s sixth downtown housing project. Simms’ first project — the Patterson Square town homes, built in 2011...
Dayton rent consumes too much income for some residents
 Some Dayton residents are spending more money than they should on rent, which can leave too little money left over for important expenses such as health care, food and other basic necessities, according to a new housing report. RELATED: Want to afford a two-bedroom rental in Dayton area? You need to make more than $14.50 an hour For every...

12:36 AM Thursday, Mar. 15, 2018

Some Dayton residents are spending more money than they should on rent, which can leave too little money left over for important expenses such as health care, food and other basic necessities, according to a new housing report. RELATED: Want to afford a two-bedroom rental in Dayton area? You need to make more than $14.50 an hour For every...
St. Patrick’s Day: City preparing for big crowds, UD Police increasing weekend presence
 The Flyers aren’t in the tournament this year, but there’s still a chance of some March madness in Dayton this weekend. St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Saturday for the first time in six years, and the busiest drinking day of the year for some local businesses is expected to draw even larger crowds than usual because most people...

3:53 PM Wednesday, Mar. 14, 2018

The Flyers aren’t in the tournament this year, but there’s still a chance of some March madness in Dayton this weekend. St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Saturday for the first time in six years, and the busiest drinking day of the year for some local businesses is expected to draw even larger crowds than usual because most people...
New digital sign planned at edge of Dayton’s Oregon District
 A new digital billboard coming near the rail overpass on South Patterson Boulevard is designed to serve as a gateway into the Oregon District. The electronic sign, which will be placed by Key-Ads near Smokin Bar-B-Que, is part of the city of Dayton’s efforts to better connect the Oregon Historic District to downtown and the Transportation...

3:19 PM Tuesday, Mar. 13, 2018

A new digital billboard coming near the rail overpass on South Patterson Boulevard is designed to serve as a gateway into the Oregon District. The electronic sign, which will be placed by Key-Ads near Smokin Bar-B-Que, is part of the city of Dayton’s efforts to better connect the Oregon Historic District to downtown and the Transportation...
Foam that tainted wells in Colorado feared in Dayton
 Colorado communities near Peterson Air Force Base are dealing with something Dayton officials hope never happens here: thousands of people impacted by chemicals tainting water supplies. The suspected cause of the Colorado water woes: A firefighting foam contaminant used by the base that may have seeped into drinking water wells. Five states...

6:16 PM Sunday, Mar. 11, 2018

Colorado communities near Peterson Air Force Base are dealing with something Dayton officials hope never happens here: thousands of people impacted by chemicals tainting water supplies. The suspected cause of the Colorado water woes: A firefighting foam contaminant used by the base that may have seeped into drinking water wells. Five states...
How safe is our drinking water? Investigation shows dangers are all around
 Butler County residents often take clean water for granted, presuming the local supply is as endlessly abundant as the air they breathe. Underneath the Miami Valley, and running along the Great Miami River, a giant aquifer holding 1.5 trillion gallons of water serves the needs of 3 million consumers for drinking water. Those customers include...

4:00 PM Saturday, Mar. 10, 2018

Butler County residents often take clean water for granted, presuming the local supply is as endlessly abundant as the air they breathe. Underneath the Miami Valley, and running along the Great Miami River, a giant aquifer holding 1.5 trillion gallons of water serves the needs of 3 million consumers for drinking water. Those customers include...
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