1-minute reads: 5 Dayton business stories to know today


1. Rehabilitation center gets $6M expansion

A $6 million investment will benefit children, adults and seniors who have disabilities in the Dayton area. The United Rehabilitation Services of Greater Dayton at the Charles D. Berry Center will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday to celebrate its “Unlocking PossAbilities” expansion project. The project adds an additional 21,647 square feet to the URS center at 4710 Old Troy Pike. READ MORE

2. State to close Huber Heights center, eliminate 214 jobs

More than 200 workers in Ohio will lose their jobs as a result of the state’s decision to close two centers for people with developmental disabilities, including the Montgomery County Development Center in Huber Heights. READ MORE

3. DP&L to shut down 2 Ohio plants

Dayton Power and Light Co. will shut down two power plants in a rural Southern Ohio county, according to a company statement. The company announced two power-generation plants in Adams County will shut down by June 2018. READ MORE

4. Premier Physician Network adds practice

Studebaker Family Practice in Brookville has joined Premier Physician Network, one of the largest groups of primary and specialty care practices in Southwest Ohio, the network announced Monday. READ MORE

5. Cost of ITT Tech implosion surpasses $141 million for taxpayers

U.S. taxpayers have already shelled out more than $141 million to help students affected by the collapse of ITT Technical Institute and they may be on the hook for hundreds of millions more. READ MORE



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