Jim Bebbington

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Improved DaytonDailyNews.com launches
 The Dayton Daily News has launched a new design for DaytonDailyNews.com that works better on mobile devices, loads faster and makes it easier for readers to find important news about your local communities. Subscribers will also find easier access to the e-paper editions and can sign up for our daily e-mail newsletters, including the University...

Posted: 17 days ago

The Dayton Daily News has launched a new design for DaytonDailyNews.com that works better on mobile devices, loads faster and makes it easier for readers to find important news about your local communities. Subscribers will also find easier access to the e-paper editions and can sign up for our daily e-mail newsletters, including the University...
Commentary: Our commitment to you at the Dayton Daily News
 The Dayton Daily News has been an important part of our community for 120 years. Today, we’re making changes to better serve you and to ensure we’re a part of your lives for a long time to come. You’ve told us you want a paper that investigates important local issues. You want a paper that gives you context and understanding...

11:00 AM Sunday, Dec. 09, 2018

The Dayton Daily News has been an important part of our community for 120 years. Today, we’re making changes to better serve you and to ensure we’re a part of your lives for a long time to come. You’ve told us you want a paper that investigates important local issues. You want a paper that gives you context and understanding...
Special editions of holiday newspapers have Black Friday ads
 An early edition of the year’s best savings goes on sale Wednesday afternoon throughout the region. Copies of the largest Dayton Daily News, Springfield News-Sun and JournalNews newspapers of the year went on sale Wednesday afternoon at area stores, including Speedway, Kroger, Dorothy Lane Market and other single-copy retailers. The...

8:32 PM Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018

An early edition of the year’s best savings goes on sale Wednesday afternoon throughout the region. Copies of the largest Dayton Daily News, Springfield News-Sun and JournalNews newspapers of the year went on sale Wednesday afternoon at area stores, including Speedway, Kroger, Dorothy Lane Market and other single-copy retailers. The...
Dayton Daily News celebrates 120 years of chronicling the community
 It isn’t often that any organization can celebrate its 120th birthday, and the Dayton Daily News is using our anniversary year to honor our past and celebrate our future. On this day in 1898, James Middleton Cox bought the Dayton Evening News at age 28. Soon after, he changed the name to the Dayton Daily News and created the foundation...

10:34 AM Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018

It isn’t often that any organization can celebrate its 120th birthday, and the Dayton Daily News is using our anniversary year to honor our past and celebrate our future. On this day in 1898, James Middleton Cox bought the Dayton Evening News at age 28. Soon after, he changed the name to the Dayton Daily News and created the foundation...
Cox Enterprises explores options for Cox Media Group’s television stations
 Cox Enterprises Inc. announced today that it is exploring strategic options for its ownership or other interest in 14 TV stations, including WHIO-TV, Channel 7.    Those strategic options include the possibility of partnering or merging these stations with other larger TV companies, according to a company press release.   ...

4:56 PM Tuesday, Jul. 24, 2018

Cox Enterprises Inc. announced today that it is exploring strategic options for its ownership or other interest in 14 TV stations, including WHIO-TV, Channel 7.    Those strategic options include the possibility of partnering or merging these stations with other larger TV companies, according to a company press release.   ...
Newspaper mourns death of reporter: ‘Epitome of a professional’
 Our newsroom is mourning a friend, co-worker and great journalist. Barrie Barber, an award-winning military affairs reporter for the Dayton Daily News, died at his home in Miamisburg this week. Barrie was 52. Under normal circumstances you would be reading stories from him today from the Dayton Air Show. He covered the event every year and...

8:16 PM Friday, Jun. 22, 2018

Our newsroom is mourning a friend, co-worker and great journalist. Barrie Barber, an award-winning military affairs reporter for the Dayton Daily News, died at his home in Miamisburg this week. Barrie was 52. Under normal circumstances you would be reading stories from him today from the Dayton Air Show. He covered the event every year and...
Cox donates $100,000 to hurricane relief
 The James M. Cox Foundation will make a $100,000 grant to the American Red Cross for hurricane relief in the wake of Hurricane Harvey’s devastating impact on Texas. Jim Kennedy, chairman of Cox Enterprises, announced the donation Tuesday in a message to employees in which he also urged employees to support hurricane victims however...

11:16 PM Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017

The James M. Cox Foundation will make a $100,000 grant to the American Red Cross for hurricane relief in the wake of Hurricane Harvey’s devastating impact on Texas. Jim Kennedy, chairman of Cox Enterprises, announced the donation Tuesday in a message to employees in which he also urged employees to support hurricane victims however...
Paper’s new front-page to help guide readers
 Today’s front page of the Dayton Daily News has a fresh new look designed to give readers what you have asked us for. Recently we brought groups of readers together to ask them what you needed most from the paper and how to make it better. Today we are launching a new front page design that captures what readers said you wanted. Easier...

4:49 PM Tuesday, Mar. 29, 2016

Today’s front page of the Dayton Daily News has a fresh new look designed to give readers what you have asked us for. Recently we brought groups of readers together to ask them what you needed most from the paper and how to make it better. Today we are launching a new front page design that captures what readers said you wanted. Easier...
Centerville vs. Mason
The Centerville High School girls soccer team defeated Mason 1-0 on Thursday, Oct. 29, to win the D-I district championship and advance to regionals. Centerville junior Taran McMillan scored the winning goal with 40 seconds remaining in the game off of a corner kick from senior Emma Anderson. Mason ended the season 14-2-5. Centerville plays...

3:52 AM Friday, Oct. 30, 2015

The Centerville High School girls soccer team defeated Mason 1-0 on Thursday, Oct. 29, to win the D-I district championship and advance to regionals. Centerville junior Taran McMillan scored the winning goal with 40 seconds remaining in the game off of a corner kick from senior Emma Anderson. Mason ended the season 14-2-5. Centerville plays...
Cookbook dresses up meals with marinades
 The book: “Marinades: The Quick-fix Way to Turn Everyday Food into Exceptional Fare, with 400 Recipes” by Lucy Vaserfirer; 320 pages, $17.95. Published by Harvard Common, 2014. What you get: This collection includes oil-based, citrus-based, herb-based, milk-based and oil-based recipes that cover American, Italian, French, Asian...

4:00 AM Tuesday, May. 20, 2014

The book: “Marinades: The Quick-fix Way to Turn Everyday Food into Exceptional Fare, with 400 Recipes” by Lucy Vaserfirer; 320 pages, $17.95. Published by Harvard Common, 2014. What you get: This collection includes oil-based, citrus-based, herb-based, milk-based and oil-based recipes that cover American, Italian, French, Asian...
Region now boasts four ice arenas
 A new ice rink that opened this fall in Springfield means local skaters and hockey teams have more options and rink operators are now watching to see if the demand for ice time in the region will still meet the supply. So far operators in Troy, Kettering and Washington Twp. say their rinks are seeing customary use, with public skate sessions...

8:43 PM Monday, Dec. 30, 2013

A new ice rink that opened this fall in Springfield means local skaters and hockey teams have more options and rink operators are now watching to see if the demand for ice time in the region will still meet the supply. So far operators in Troy, Kettering and Washington Twp. say their rinks are seeing customary use, with public skate sessions...