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Ohio gets $26M federal grant to target opioid crisis
 Ohio received $26 million in federal funding to assist with the state’s opioid crisis response. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced the second round of opioid state targeted response grants were released this week. The federal government awarded $485 million that was divided among the states and territories for efforts...

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Ohio received $26 million in federal funding to assist with the state’s opioid crisis response. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced the second round of opioid state targeted response grants were released this week. The federal government awarded $485 million that was divided among the states and territories for efforts...
Elder-Beerman going-out-of-business sales start TODAY 
 Elder-Beerman’s parent company announced the going-out-of-business sale begins today for its 212 stores and e-commerce website. Bon-Ton Stores Inc. is closing all stores after only liquidators submitted bids for the retailer at a bankruptcy auction earlier this week. The Dayton Daily News was the first to report that Bon-Ton&rsquo...

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Elder-Beerman’s parent company announced the going-out-of-business sale begins today for its 212 stores and e-commerce website. Bon-Ton Stores Inc. is closing all stores after only liquidators submitted bids for the retailer at a bankruptcy auction earlier this week. The Dayton Daily News was the first to report that Bon-Ton&rsquo...
4 Kettering Health construction projects underway
 Kettering Health Network broke ground in Hamilton on a new outpatient center, adding to a series of construction projects the health system has underway in the region. Here are four projects that are in progress: The 16,000-square-foot Hamilton Health Center on Main will have outpatient services including physician practices and imaging...

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Kettering Health Network broke ground in Hamilton on a new outpatient center, adding to a series of construction projects the health system has underway in the region. Here are four projects that are in progress: The 16,000-square-foot Hamilton Health Center on Main will have outpatient services including physician practices and imaging...
Here’s how Kroger, Wal-Mart rank for food waste efforts
 Major grocery chains received mediocre scores for their efforts to reduce food wastes. Advocacy groups Center for Biological Diversity and The “Ugly” Fruit and Veg Campaign surveyed the 10 largest U.S. grocery chains and released a new report card on their efforts. No grocery chain received an A grade. NEW TODAY: Elder-Beerman...

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Major grocery chains received mediocre scores for their efforts to reduce food wastes. Advocacy groups Center for Biological Diversity and The “Ugly” Fruit and Veg Campaign surveyed the 10 largest U.S. grocery chains and released a new report card on their efforts. No grocery chain received an A grade. NEW TODAY: Elder-Beerman...
South Carolina auto group buys Dayton dealership
 Lexus of Dayton has sold to a South Carolina-based dealership group. The luxury car dealer in Washington Twp. is now owned by Hudson Automotive Group, headquartered in Charleston, with locations in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee. David Hudson, owner of Hudson Automotive, will continue to employ all of Lexus of Dayton&rsquo...

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Lexus of Dayton has sold to a South Carolina-based dealership group. The luxury car dealer in Washington Twp. is now owned by Hudson Automotive Group, headquartered in Charleston, with locations in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee. David Hudson, owner of Hudson Automotive, will continue to employ all of Lexus of Dayton&rsquo...
Dayton professor named president of Ohio physician lobbying group
 The new president of the largest physician lobbying group in Ohio is a professor at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. Dr. Evangeline Andarsio was sworn in as the new president of the Ohio State Medical Association during the association’s annual meeting on April 14. She will serve a one-year term at the helm of the...

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The new president of the largest physician lobbying group in Ohio is a professor at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. Dr. Evangeline Andarsio was sworn in as the new president of the Ohio State Medical Association during the association’s annual meeting on April 14. She will serve a one-year term at the helm of the...
Dayton leaders lobby for region at annual D.C. fly-in
 Dayton-area leaders will lobby for local funding priorities at an annual Washington D.C. fly-in that starts today. More than 120 people arrived in D.C. Tuesday morning for the 34th Community Leader Washington Fly-In, arranged by the Dayton Development Coalition, which is a private economic development corporation that also handles public...

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Dayton-area leaders will lobby for local funding priorities at an annual Washington D.C. fly-in that starts today. More than 120 people arrived in D.C. Tuesday morning for the 34th Community Leader Washington Fly-In, arranged by the Dayton Development Coalition, which is a private economic development corporation that also handles public...
Procrastinated on your taxes? There’s still time with these tips
 HOW TO FILE The IRS says that electronic filing is the best way to avoid common mistakes. That’s because the software does the calculations, flags common errors and prompts taxpayers to provide missing information. You can use any electronic filing method you choose, but it’s worth noting that the IRS says about 70 percent of...

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HOW TO FILE The IRS says that electronic filing is the best way to avoid common mistakes. That’s because the software does the calculations, flags common errors and prompts taxpayers to provide missing information. You can use any electronic filing method you choose, but it’s worth noting that the IRS says about 70 percent of...
Still need to file your taxes? Today’s your last chance
 If you’ve waited this long to file your taxes, you’ve still got time. And you’ve also got company. Federal tax returns for 2017 need to be filed today and many last minute filers are rushing to prepare their forms. About one in five tax filers last year submitted returns within two weeks of the deadline to file and this...

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If you’ve waited this long to file your taxes, you’ve still got time. And you’ve also got company. Federal tax returns for 2017 need to be filed today and many last minute filers are rushing to prepare their forms. About one in five tax filers last year submitted returns within two weeks of the deadline to file and this...
Area grocery stores pull salad bags following E. coli outbreak
 A multi-state E. coli outbreak has prompted grocery stores to pull bags of chopped romaine lettuce from their shelves. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has linked an E. coli outbreak that started in March to chopped romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Ariz., region. However, no grower, supplier, distributor, or brand has been identified as...

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A multi-state E. coli outbreak has prompted grocery stores to pull bags of chopped romaine lettuce from their shelves. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has linked an E. coli outbreak that started in March to chopped romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Ariz., region. However, no grower, supplier, distributor, or brand has been identified as...
Harrison Twp. invests in tear downs, gains new business
 Harrison Twp. is betting that if it keeps tearing down old buildings and cutting red tape, then new businesses will be drawn in. In the traffic circle area off of North Dixie Drive, Restaurant Depot just broke ground for a new 50,000-square-foot store where a former flea market had been torn down. The next block over from the retailer&rsquo...

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Harrison Twp. is betting that if it keeps tearing down old buildings and cutting red tape, then new businesses will be drawn in. In the traffic circle area off of North Dixie Drive, Restaurant Depot just broke ground for a new 50,000-square-foot store where a former flea market had been torn down. The next block over from the retailer&rsquo...
Huffy designing bike line for independent shops
 Huffy Bicycles is designing a line of bikes to be sold only at independent stores. The new line builds on the Miami Twp.-based company’s business strategy to make deals with mom-and-pop bike dealers to double as Huffy service shops and distribution centers. The “Batch Bicycles” line is not designed yet but will debut at...

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Huffy Bicycles is designing a line of bikes to be sold only at independent stores. The new line builds on the Miami Twp.-based company’s business strategy to make deals with mom-and-pop bike dealers to double as Huffy service shops and distribution centers. The “Batch Bicycles” line is not designed yet but will debut at...
Another Ohio woman sick from E. coli outbreak
 An E. coli outbreak that infected two Ohio women has been linked to chopped romaine lettuce from Arizona. The strain had spread to 11 states and 35 cases reported as of Friday, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. There have been 22 people hospitalized, including one of the Ohio women. The outbreak was first reported earlier...

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An E. coli outbreak that infected two Ohio women has been linked to chopped romaine lettuce from Arizona. The strain had spread to 11 states and 35 cases reported as of Friday, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. There have been 22 people hospitalized, including one of the Ohio women. The outbreak was first reported earlier...
E.Coli outbreak in 11 states linked to chopped romaine lettuce
 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have linked store-bought chopped romaine lettuce from a growing area in Yuma, Arizona, to an E.coli outbreak that has sickened dozens of people in 11 states, the agency reported Friday. >> Read more trending news  Twenty-two people have been hospitalized, including three who developed...

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have linked store-bought chopped romaine lettuce from a growing area in Yuma, Arizona, to an E.coli outbreak that has sickened dozens of people in 11 states, the agency reported Friday. >> Read more trending news  Twenty-two people have been hospitalized, including three who developed...
E. coli outbreak includes Ohio: Here’s what we know
 Public health investigators are looking into an E. coli outbreak with 17 cases recorded so far from the strain in seven states, including one case in Ohio. The Ohio case involved a 24-year-old woman in Mahoning County who was hospitalized but has since been released, according to Ohio Department of Public Health. The U.S. Centers for...

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Public health investigators are looking into an E. coli outbreak with 17 cases recorded so far from the strain in seven states, including one case in Ohio. The Ohio case involved a 24-year-old woman in Mahoning County who was hospitalized but has since been released, according to Ohio Department of Public Health. The U.S. Centers for...
Dayton health center getting new home, new name
 A Dayton community health center is getting a new home and a new name. Community Health Centers of Greater Dayton is moving Southview Health Center to Breitenstrater Square Shopping Center, where it will be renamed Patterson Park Health Center. Patterson Park will be part of Dayton-based Community Health Centers’ nonprofit network of...

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A Dayton community health center is getting a new home and a new name. Community Health Centers of Greater Dayton is moving Southview Health Center to Breitenstrater Square Shopping Center, where it will be renamed Patterson Park Health Center. Patterson Park will be part of Dayton-based Community Health Centers’ nonprofit network of...
Kroger plans prescription drug take-back events
 If you’ve got unused prescriptions, Kroger stores will double as collection sites April 28 to safely dispose of extra painkillers. The event will be held on National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, which aims to help people dispose of unused prescription drugs to reduce the potential for medication abuse. RELATED: Kroger announces...

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If you’ve got unused prescriptions, Kroger stores will double as collection sites April 28 to safely dispose of extra painkillers. The event will be held on National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, which aims to help people dispose of unused prescription drugs to reduce the potential for medication abuse. RELATED: Kroger announces...
How to get a free skin cancer screening in the Dayton area
 Dayton-area dermatologists are taking appointments for free skin cancer screenings May 7-11. “There is a high chance of cure when melanoma is found in its early stages,” stated Dr. Julian Trevino, chair of the Department of Dermatology in the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, who has been organizing the free...

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Dayton-area dermatologists are taking appointments for free skin cancer screenings May 7-11. “There is a high chance of cure when melanoma is found in its early stages,” stated Dr. Julian Trevino, chair of the Department of Dermatology in the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, who has been organizing the free...
Retailer plans new $7M Harrison Twp. store
 A growing retailer that sells supplies to restaurant owners is investing $7 million to open a Harrison Twp. store. Restaurant Depot already has stores in most major cities in the state — Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Akron — and is now gearing up to open its fifth Ohio store in the Dayton area. “It’s a logical...

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A growing retailer that sells supplies to restaurant owners is investing $7 million to open a Harrison Twp. store. Restaurant Depot already has stores in most major cities in the state — Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Akron — and is now gearing up to open its fifth Ohio store in the Dayton area. “It’s a logical...
Humane Society buys land for Miami Twp. adoption center
 The Humane Society of Greater Dayton is planning to open a new adoption center after buying land and a building from Miami Twp. along Austin Boulevard. “After many years of research and listening to the needs of our community, we have determined this high-traffic area will be a perfect location for our adoption center,” said Brian...

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The Humane Society of Greater Dayton is planning to open a new adoption center after buying land and a building from Miami Twp. along Austin Boulevard. “After many years of research and listening to the needs of our community, we have determined this high-traffic area will be a perfect location for our adoption center,” said Brian...
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