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Wilberforce University puts part of campus up for sale

Wilberforce University is looking to sell about 10 acres of its campus, including two buildings, for $7 million. The university wants to then lease back its property and buildings to use, said William Woodson, senior vice president for finance and administration. The sale would provide a cash injection for the university, Woodson said. “We want to leverage some of our assets to eliminate some...
FAIRGROUNDS: Public welcome at Huber Heights town hall meeting

FAIRGROUNDS: Public welcome at Huber Heights town hall meeting

The potential Montgomery County Fairgrounds relocation to Huber Heights will be the topic of discussion at an upcoming town hall meeting. The Montgomery County Agricultural Society is considering a site on Interstate 70 near the Gander Mountain store as the home of the new county fairgrounds. The town hall meeting will include representatives from the city, the Montgomery County Agricultural...
IT disaster center at WSU lands Ohio funding

IT disaster center at WSU lands Ohio funding

Wright State is expanding its data backup and recovery capabilities with more than $800,000 approved by the State Controlling Board on Monday. RELATED: Wright State selects 3 finalists for president’s job The money will help pay for network routers and for WSU’s portion of a remote information technology disaster recovery site in Fairborn, according to the university’s request to...

Warren County to spend $62 million on softened water system

The Warren County commissioners on Tuesday approved a plan to raise water and sewer rates to fund $62 million in system improvements, while cutting by nearly $500,000 tap-in fees for the developer of a former ammunition plant as a riverside residential complex. First, the commissioners voted to raise water and sewer rates and water fees to fund $62 million in improvements that could result in producing...
Billion dollar Dayton supply company names new CEO

Billion dollar Dayton supply company names new CEO

Dayton-based Winsupply, which brought in $2.7 billion in revenue in 2016, has named a new chief executive officer. The company, a supplier of residential and commercial construction materials, announced Roland Gordon will serve as the new CEO effective at the end of the month. He will continue to serve as president of the company as well. Gordon is preceded by Jack Johnston, who remains on the board...
Gas prices expected to spike this week

Gas prices expected to spike this week

Ohio drivers, along with motorists in Michigan, Indiana and Kentucky, could see gasoline prices jump in the next two days ending a continuous price drop within recent weeks.  Average gas prices dropped 31 cents in Ohio, 19 cents in Kentucky, 32 cents in Indiana and 29 cents in Michigan over the last three weeks.  By Friday, gas stations will see a price hike to $2.19-$2.29 per...
Central State lands Ohio funding to update Brown Library

Central State lands Ohio funding to update Brown Library

Central State University is moving forward with updates to its Hallie Q. Brown Memorial Library following the State Controlling Board’s approval on Monday of more than $388,000 in funding for phase two of the facility’s modernization project. RELATED: CSU president named a ‘most influential’ leader in higher education The controlling board on Monday approved $340,620 to go...
New shop coming to Oregon District where business stood for 20 years

New shop coming to Oregon District where business stood for 20 years

When Glenn Scott Tattoo Team closed in the Oregon District, Joshua Lee Wilson and Robbie Bauer jumped on an opportunity to be their own bosses.   “If we are going to be putting everything into it, we should do it for our,” Bauer, a 31-year-old Kettering resident, said. MORE: Meet tattoo artist Robbie Bauer.  Joshua L Wilson and Robbie Bauer are opening Rebel Rebel...
Trump won’t be only topic at free Dan Rather WSU event

Trump won’t be only topic at free Dan Rather WSU event

TV journalist Dan Rather will speak at a free event at 7 p.m. Jan. 31 at Wright State University. Rather covered a number of national events over his 50-year career in broadcast journalism. DETAILS: Dan Rather to speak at Wright State’s Nutter Center Rather’s visit is part of this year’s Presidential Lecture Series and WSU Honors Institute and the theme is “Democracy, Politics...
Baseball club seeks funding to replace stolen lawn mower

Baseball club seeks funding to replace stolen lawn mower

The Huber Heights nonprofit Brick City Blast Baseball Club is asking the public for assistance in funding replacement lawn care equipment the club reported stolen last year. Club officials are willing to exchange advertising or accept donations to replace a Husqvarna zero-turn lawn mower reported stolen in October, said Jason Reedy, club president. In-season, the club uses the lawn mower two-to-three...
Graeter’s teams up with brewery to make ice cream-inspired beer

Graeter’s teams up with brewery to make ice cream-inspired beer

Graeter’s Ice Cream has partnered with Kentucky-based Braxton Brewing Co. to release an ice-cream inspired stout beer. The Cincinnati-based ice cream manufacturer and Braxton will release the Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip Stout on Feb 3. The canned beverages will hit Kroger stores and other grocery retailers in Cincinnati, Dayton, Lexington and Louisville beginning Feb. 6. “We’re...
What does TPP exit mean for Dayton?

What does TPP exit mean for Dayton?

President Trump made it official Monday, signing a memorandum that pulls the United States out of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), a proposed trade pact that would have more closely united 12 Pacific Rim countries. What does this mean for Dayton-area businesses? Marvin Cunningham, president of West Chester Twp.’s Long-Stanton Manufacturing Co., is worried about the next four years. &ldquo...
Wright-Patt security level unchanged after Arizona base lock down

Wright-Patt security level unchanged after Arizona base lock down

A temporary lock down of an Arizona air base after a report of gun shots did not change the security threat level at Wright-Patterson, according to a spokesman. Davis-Monthan Air Force Base near Tuscon, Ariz., was temporarily on lock down on Monday “out of an abundance of caution” after an airman near the flight line reported the sound of gunshots, according to a base statement released...
Unemployment rate rises slightly in Clark County

Unemployment rate rises slightly in Clark County

Clark County’s unemployment rate crept up slightly in December, according to monthly figures released today by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. RELATED: Proposed unemployment fixes concern Springfield union leaders The unemployment rate in Clark County was 4.8 percent last month, up slightly from 4.7 percent in November. But both counties also saw a small decline in the size of...
5 things to know about the $46M plan for downtown building

5 things to know about the $46M plan for downtown building

The new owners of the Centre City building plan to spend more than $46 million renovating the downtown high-rise into 164 new apartments. The state last year awarded $5 million in state historic tax credits to aid the project. Here’s a few things to know about what the owners hope to do. RELATED: Downtown building wins tax incentives RELATED: Follow Dayton Daily News...
2016 best year ever for Dayton-area home sales

2016 best year ever for Dayton-area home sales

Sales of existing homes in the Dayton area increased 9.5 percent last month, compared to the same period a year ago, and helped lead to the best annual home sales on record, the Dayton Area Board of Realtors reported Tuesday. A total of 1,175 single-family homes and condominiums were sold last month, compared to 1,073 sales in December 2015. The average sales price for December rose 2.8 percent to...
BREAKING: Local jobless rate ends year up

BREAKING: Local jobless rate ends year up

Regional jobless rates edged higher in December, according to figures released Tuesday by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. In Montgomery County, the area’s most populous county, the unemployment rate climbed to 4.6 percent last month from 4.4 percent in November but is still lower than the rate was a year ago at 4.7 percent, according to the jobs report. The city of Dayton saw...
The Limited parent company files for bankruptcy

The Limited parent company files for bankruptcy

The parent company of women’s clothing store The Limited has filed a voluntary petition for relief under chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Court, and the store website has been taken offline. The petition was filed by Limited Stores LLC in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. The company also entered into an asset purchase agreement with an affiliate of private equity...
Local company named a ‘technology leader’

Local company named a ‘technology leader’

Miami Twp.-based Teradata said it has been named “the technology leader” in a new industry report. A data analytics solutions company, Teradata said the accolade came in “the latest Big Data Warehouse Landscape report, issued annually by The Information Difference, an international data management analyst firm.” In a release, Teradata said it was ranked No. 1 in technology...
Ohio auto, home insurance rates to rise in 2017: See how we compare

Ohio auto, home insurance rates to rise in 2017: See how we compare

Ohio homeowners and auto insurance rates are expected to rise this year to keep pace with escalating claims, according to the Ohio Insurance Institute. The average annual cost of homeowners insurance is expected to rise 3.3 percent, or $28, to $864 this year, according to OII, while auto rates are expected to rise 3.4 percent, about $25, to $748. But premium increases in Ohio are unlikely to be as...
Kroger looks to hire for 10K permanent positions

Kroger looks to hire for 10K permanent positions

Kroger announced it’s looking to fill 10,000 permanent positions in its supermarket divisions. The Cincinnati-headquartered company also announced it created more than 12,000 jobs in 2016, and has added more than 86,000 permanent jobs in the past eight years. Kroger and its subsidiaries currently employ 443,000 associates. “Kroger’s growth trajectory continues to create opportunities...
New Mike’s Nashville Hot sets opening date for Centerville restaurant

New Mike’s Nashville Hot sets opening date for Centerville restaurant

The Mike’s Nashville Hot restaurant at 6230 Far Hills Ave. (Ohio 48) in the Shops of North Village retail center in Centerville will host its grand opening next Monday, Jan. 30, founder Mike Craddick told this news outlet today. The Centerville restaurant will be the second in the Dayton area for the locally owned and operated Mike’s Nashville Hot. The first location opened Nov. 23 in...
Downtown Springfield business to close in March

Downtown Springfield business to close in March

Revival: The Art of Healing, a yoga and tea bar located in downtown Springfield, announced that March 1 will be its last day in business. The announcement came as a shock to their customers as the studio made the announcement on their Facebook page. RELATED: Winans Chocolate & Coffees opens in downtown Springfield The statement said, “We wish we could continue to serve you through the practice...
SNEAK PEEK: A look inside new Beavercreek restaurant that opens today

SNEAK PEEK: A look inside new Beavercreek restaurant that opens today

Beavercreek’s newest restaurant opens today, Jan. 24, at 10 a.m., just down the street from the Soin Medical Center. “Wat da Pho” — a family-owned Vietnamese restaurant offering soups, sandwiches, noodle dishes, rice dishes, stir-fried lo mein and a wide variety of appetizers — is located at 3464 Pentagon Blvd., in a retail center that also houses The Wharf and Eye Mart...
Local housing markets among “healthiest” in Ohio

Local housing markets among “healthiest” in Ohio

Three communities in the Dayton-area have been named among the Top 10 “healthiest” housing markets in Ohio, including one local market that ranks third nationally. Northridge, Oxford and Beavercreek have some of the best housing markets to sell homes in the region, according to a recent study conducted by the finance website SmartAsset. The Northridge area near Springfield ranked No. 1...
Trump names his choice for Air Force secretary

Trump names his choice for Air Force secretary

A former congresswoman and Air Force Academy graduate will be nominated to become the next secretary of the Air Force, the Trump administration said Monday. Former U.S. Rep. Heather Wilson, R-N.M., an Air Force officer in Europe at the height of the Cold War of the 1980s, was nominated by President Donald J. Trump for the highest civilian post in the service branch. Wilson, a Rhodes Scholar who studied...
Fourth building eyed for downtown’s Tech Town

Fourth building eyed for downtown’s Tech Town

City of Dayton developer Citywide is talking with commercial developers about building Tech Town IV, the fourth building of the city’s tech-oriented business park. “We’re far from done,” Steve Nutt, senior vice president for Citywide, said Monday. Although there is no imminent announcement about construction, Nutt’s news came three days after civilian employees of the...
New T-shirt company opens in Kettering

New T-shirt company opens in Kettering

A new T-shirt company has opened in the Fairmont Plaza in Kettering. Chief Screen Printing, located at 4025 Marshall Road, offers custom designs, screen printing and graphic design. Customers can have their custom designs printed on apparel of their choice. » RELATED: Kroger to open new Fairborn location in August The new company is owned by Dayton resident Anthony Tomlinson and co-owner James...
AT&T: Nearly $1.5B investment in Ohio last year

AT&T: Nearly $1.5B investment in Ohio last year

AT&T has upgraded its wireless network in Montgomery and surrounding counties with more than 370 “enhancements” last year, the company said Monday. “The completed improvements add greater capacity and speeds to existing cell towers in these counties,” AT&T said in a statement. “Across Ohio in 2016, we made more than 1,900 upgrades to our wireless network.” &ldquo...
Miami U. students named finalists in Disney’s ‘imagineering’ competition

Miami U. students named finalists in Disney’s ‘imagineering’ competition

Two Miami University juniors are finalists in the 26th Walt Disney Imagineering Imaginations Design Competition. Casey Liptak, an interior design major, and Erin Socha, an architecture major, are competing on a team with Sarah Miholer, a junior engineering student at Carnegie Mellon University. The team was one of six finalists out of the 336 that submitted designs for the competition. The trio is...
Former Good Samaritan Hospital chief of staff dies

Former Good Samaritan Hospital chief of staff dies

Dr. Sylvan Weinberg, a former longtime chief of staff at Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton, died Tuesday, Jan. 17, at a Middletown nursing home. Dr. Weinberg was 93. RELATED: See other deaths in the Miami Valley Born in Nashville, Tenn., Dr. Weinberg moved to Dayton in 1932 with his family as a young man. He graduated from Fairview High School in 1941. Dr. Weinberg attended Northwestern University...
Citywide eyeing new Tech Town building

Citywide eyeing new Tech Town building

The potential good news continues for the northeast quadrant of downtown Dayton. City of Dayton developer Citywide is talking with commercial developers about building Tech Town IV, the fourth building of the city’s tech-oriented business park. “We’re far from done,” said Steve Nutt, senior vice president for Citywide. RELATED: Tech Town lands new engineering tenant Although...
Three area cities among healthiest housing markets in Ohio

Three area cities among healthiest housing markets in Ohio

Three cities in the region have been named among the Top 10 “healthiest” housing markets in Ohio, and one local community ranks third nationally, according to a recent study conducted by the finance website SmartAsset. Northridge area in Clark County ranked No. 1 in Ohio and No. 3 nationally, based on the average number of years residents spend in their homes, housing prices, ease of sale...
Senior living company with Dayton presence buys Cincinnati property

Senior living company with Dayton presence buys Cincinnati property

Capital Senior Living Corp., which has several facilities in the Miami Valley, has acquired two assisted living facilities as part of a $56 million deal. Capital Senior Living, a Texas-based company, has acquired the Renaissance West at North Bend Crossing in Cincinnati along with another facility in Massachusetts. The corporation already operates 14 assisted living facilities in Ohio, including locations...
Bookstore at Austin Landing closes

Bookstore at Austin Landing closes

The Booksellers at Austin Landing has closed its store permanently. The bookstore, located at 3649 Rigby Road at Austin Landing, announced through social media that the store has closed. The store was open for less than two years. » RELATED: Cornerstone development generating growth, jobs “I am sorry to announce but The Booksellers at Austin Landing has now been closed,” the post...
Zoo plans for cheetah facilities in Warren County on hold

Zoo plans for cheetah facilities in Warren County on hold

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden has put plans to move its cheetah breeding facilities to Warren County on hold, while a different location is considered. Zoo officials met on Friday with staff from the Warren County Regional Planning Commission about relocating the cheetah recovery center and a run where the cats chase lures - and land speed records - during public viewings, Stan Williams, executive...
OSU researcher: Fecal transplants could help children with Autism

OSU researcher: Fecal transplants could help children with Autism

A fecal transplant, the process of introducing donated healthy microbes into people with a gastrointestinal disease to re-balance the stomach, may help alleviate symptoms of Autism in children, a new study has found. Behavioral symptoms of Autism and gastrointestinal distress are often related, according to the Ohio State University study, and both improved when a small group of children with the...
Kroger to open new Fairborn location in August

Kroger to open new Fairborn location in August

Kroger will open a new 124,000-square-foot marketplace in Fairborn by late August. Oberer Realty Services announced the grocery retailer will anchor The Shoppes at Valley Greene development near East Dayton Yellow Springs Road in Fairborn. Starbucks will also open a 2,774-square-feet location in the same development in late summer or early fall. » RELATED: Cornerstone development generating...
Library selling four closed branches

Library selling four closed branches

Four former library branches are up for sale, which officials say offer flexible spaces that are suitable for professional offices and other uses. Last year, the Dayton Metro Library closed the Dayton View, Ft. McKinley, Northtown-Shilo and Brookville branches. The Brookville library moved into a new home. The other three branches consolidated into the new Northwest branch. Unlike former schools that...
EARLY LOOK: New restaurant, grocery store in the works in Riverside

EARLY LOOK: New restaurant, grocery store in the works in Riverside

A potential restaurant and grocery store is in the works in the Spin-Kemp center in Riverside, according to state records and Riverside officials. A limited-liability corporation doing business as “La Guadalupana” has applied to the Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Liquor Control for a license to serve alcohol at 5450 Burkhardt Road — space that previously housed a Salvation...
RECALL: Beer company issues recall impacting Ohio

RECALL: Beer company issues recall impacting Ohio

Beer company Sierra Nevada has voluntarily recalled some beers that could have small pieces of glass within the bottles. The company announced recalls after inspections at the company’s brewery in North Carolina found a limited number of bottle were flawed. The flaw could result in loss of carbonation and a small piece of glass could break off and fall into the bottle, according to the company...
Cornerstone development generating growth, jobs

Cornerstone development generating growth, jobs

To see the Cornerstone of Centerville today, it’s easy to forget the acres of farmland here that was the center of a contentious fight between developers and locals for nearly a decade. It may be even harder to remember in a few years. The property, once owned by the prominent Dille family, is in the midst of unyielding growth. Cornerstone has in just a few years transformed this area along...
Pedaling pub crawl wagon set to launch in Dayton

Pedaling pub crawl wagon set to launch in Dayton

If you pedal from bar to bar, does it still count as exercise?  Dayton-area residents will soon have a chance to find out on a 15-person, “pedal- powered wagon.”   Cincinnati-based Pedal Wagon is bring its pedal and party concept to Dayton. Co-founder Jack Heekin said his company will partner with restaurants, bars and other businesses in the Oregon District and elsewhere...
Resorts suspend ski activities on Monday

Resorts suspend ski activities on Monday

Some area ski resorts suspended activities on Monday due to unseasonable weather.  Perfect North Slopes, located in Lawrenceburg, IN, posted the following message on the resort’s Facebook page on Monday:   “After a challenging night of warm winds and rain, Perfect North Slopes will be suspending operations Monday and Tuesday, January 23th and 24th, meaning we will have...
Residential, retail developments transforming Sugarcreek Twp. corridor

Residential, retail developments transforming Sugarcreek Twp. corridor

Road infrastructure improvements in the corridor near the Cornerstone of Centerville is the catalyst that is transforming more than 100 acres of land in Sugarcreek Twp. into several residential, retail and business developments, township officials say. Sugarcreek Twp. administrator Barry Tiffany and Cara Tilford, director of zoning and planning, said construction has started on two new residential...
DP&L expands development role

DP&L expands development role

With its business depending on growth, Dayton Power & Light leaders say they want to provide more than electricity: They want to invite big industrial companies to the region. With that in mind, the utility has stepped into the development arena in a new way, launching a website listing locales it says are “certified” as ready for industrial users or multiple smaller commercial users....
Upcoming career fair features 100 employers, thousands of jobs

Upcoming career fair features 100 employers, thousands of jobs

A career fair that features 100 employers from across the region and state offering thousands of jobs comes to Warren County this week. The regional OhioMeansJobs.com Career Fair is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at Great Wolf Lodge Conference Center, 2501 Great Wolf Drive, Mason. More than 100 employers from diverse fields — including manufacturing, customer service, finance, retail...
Popular web browsing feature reveals credit card info

Popular web browsing feature reveals credit card info

The popular web browser feature, auto-fill, may be giving away your credit card information without your knowledge. “There is a security flaw that was recently discovered,” said Gayle Jenkins with the Dayton computer retail shop DNA Computers. “They could ask for your name and email address, you use auto-fill to populate those fields and on the website - hidden - there are other...
Speedway to hire 1,000 workers across 9 states

Speedway to hire 1,000 workers across 9 states

Speedway will hire 1,000 workers in nine Midwest states and will host open interviews at each of its stores in the region later this month. The convenience store chain, with a headquarters in Enon, will host open interviews from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25 at every one of its stores in nine states, according to information from the company. States on the list include Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky...
Holiday debt blues? Here’s help getting on track

Holiday debt blues? Here’s help getting on track

John North is president of the Dayton Better Business Bureau. With the holidays behind you, the new year is a great time to get your finances back on track if you’ve slipped a bit. By dedicating yourself to using credit responsibly and sticking to a sensible plan, then you can effectively pay down your debt. According to debt.org, total U.S. consumer debt is at $11.4 trillion, which includes...
‘Innovation district’ considered for downtown

‘Innovation district’ considered for downtown

The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and its allies in the region are changing the way they do business and opening “the fence” to Dayton-area business in new ways, AFRL civilian employees said Friday. The effort may feature a new office in downtown Dayton. AFRL, based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base — Ohio’s largest single-site employer — wants Dayton businesses...
Dayton manufacturers ID top concerns

Dayton manufacturers ID top concerns

Finding skilled workers tops the list of concerns that Dayton Region Manufacturers Association members have, according to a new survey. The association of local manufacturers surveys members each year to better understand their concerns. A “shortage of skilled workers” topped the list for worries this year, according to a release Friday from the DRMA. RELATED: AFRL ramps up small biz outreach...
Hamilton pizza restaurant plans new location

Hamilton pizza restaurant plans new location

A new Domino’s will be built in Hamilton on a site that formerly was home to a White Castle restaurant. The new location at 1987 S. Erie Blvd. will replace an existing one nearby on the same street, according to Chris Metro, a supervisor with Southern Ohio Pizza, which owns 20 Domino’s locations in Southwest Ohio. The new location is set to open by June, according to Metro. About 25 employees...
5 businesses coming to Cornerstone of Centerville in 2017

5 businesses coming to Cornerstone of Centerville in 2017

Several new restaurants and retailers will open their doors or start construction on new locations at the Cornerstone of Centerville development in the first half of 2017. The mixed-use development along the Wilmington Pike/Interstate 675 corridor has seen tremendous growth since its first anchor retailer, Costco, opened in 2014. Here are five businesses making major progress in 2017: The new 125...
AFRL ramps up small biz outreach

AFRL ramps up small biz outreach

The Air Force Research Laboratory and its Dayton-area allies are changing the way they do business and opening “the fence” to Dayton-area business in new ways, two AFRL civilian employees said Friday. And the Air Force research organization, headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base — Ohio’s largest single-site employer — wants Dayton businesses to get involved...
Woolpert opens office in downtown Cincinnati

Woolpert opens office in downtown Cincinnati

Local engineering firm Woolpert has opened a new office in Over-the-Rhine, a historic district of downtown Cincinnati. The Beavercreek-based company has opened its Cincinnati office at the second floor of a building at 1203 Walnut St. More than 20 full-time architects, engineers, surveyors and support staff will work at the new location. » RELATED: Woolpert awarded $1.8 million contract to map...
Ohio adds more than 10K jobs in December

Ohio adds more than 10K jobs in December

Ohio’s labor market ended last year on a high note as employers statewide added 10,300 jobs in December — the second month in a row of strong job gains after three straight months of job losses, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services reported Friday. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate held steady at 4.9 percent, unchanged from November but slightly higher than Ohio’s 4.8 percent...
New shopping center proposed at long-vacant Springfield site

New shopping center proposed at long-vacant Springfield site

A new retail development is likely coming to the east side of Springfield at a longtime vacant property, the first major commercial growth there in several years. The Springfield Board of Zoning Appeals approved Wednesday night a variance for the former Roberds site in the 3000 block of East Main Street. City documents filed by developer Springfield Properties Inc. don’t provide further details...
Ohioans pay among lowest auto, homeowners rates

Ohioans pay among lowest auto, homeowners rates

Ohio residents, on average, pay among the lowest homeowners and auto insurance premiums in the nation, the state department of insurance announced Thursd