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Cornelius Frolik

Reporter for Cox Media Group Ohio

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$86M overhaul planned to Dayton public housing high-rises, apartments
 Dayton’s public housing authority plans to offer 669 apartments it owns and operates to private investors to help fund tens of millions of dollars in renovations to modernize the housing. Greater Dayton Premier Management, the largest provider of affordable housing in Montgomery County, has 73 housing sites, and the average age of its...

Posted: 12 hours ago

Dayton’s public housing authority plans to offer 669 apartments it owns and operates to private investors to help fund tens of millions of dollars in renovations to modernize the housing. Greater Dayton Premier Management, the largest provider of affordable housing in Montgomery County, has 73 housing sites, and the average age of its...
Fire Blocks plan to reshape downtown Dayton faces growing pains
 Financing and construction delays have slowed progress on the Fire Blocks District, but its developers say patience will pay off with a thriving area that redefines what it means to live, work and play in downtown Dayton. The rehab projects concentrated along the 100 block of East Third Street have taken longer than anticipated, said Scott...

Posted: 17 hours ago

Financing and construction delays have slowed progress on the Fire Blocks District, but its developers say patience will pay off with a thriving area that redefines what it means to live, work and play in downtown Dayton. The rehab projects concentrated along the 100 block of East Third Street have taken longer than anticipated, said Scott...
4 big questions facing downtown Dayton projects
 The city of Dayton is experiencing a time of revitalization in the downtown area with businesses and new construction. Here are four questions facing key downtown projects:  The Levitt Pavilion Dayton is a state-of-the-art outdoor music amphitheater planned for Dave Hall Plaza, which is located along Main Street between Fourth and Fifth...

Posted: a day ago

The city of Dayton is experiencing a time of revitalization in the downtown area with businesses and new construction. Here are four questions facing key downtown projects:  The Levitt Pavilion Dayton is a state-of-the-art outdoor music amphitheater planned for Dave Hall Plaza, which is located along Main Street between Fourth and Fifth...
Two city employees out after scrap-metal sales probe
 One city of Dayton employee was terminated and another one retired after a police investigation into unauthorized scrap-metal sales at a local junkyard. The investigation has not resulted in any criminal convictions, but raised questions about whether city employees sold scrap-metal without authorization from their supervisors, which is against...

Posted: 2 days ago

One city of Dayton employee was terminated and another one retired after a police investigation into unauthorized scrap-metal sales at a local junkyard. The investigation has not resulted in any criminal convictions, but raised questions about whether city employees sold scrap-metal without authorization from their supervisors, which is against...
Auditor’s Office: Skimmer found at Riverside gas station
 A bank card skimmer discovered at a gas station in Riverside earlier today is the 49th found in Ohio since 2015.  The skimmer, the sixth device found in Montgomery County, was removed from a gas pump this morning at the Marathon station on the 2100 block of Brandt Pike.  The bluetooth-enabled device, concealed on the inside of the...

Posted: 2 days ago

A bank card skimmer discovered at a gas station in Riverside earlier today is the 49th found in Ohio since 2015.  The skimmer, the sixth device found in Montgomery County, was removed from a gas pump this morning at the Marathon station on the 2100 block of Brandt Pike.  The bluetooth-enabled device, concealed on the inside of the...
Dog chaining law, passed 3 years ago, rarely enforced
 Seven citations have been issued for the unlawful tethering of dogs in the three years since the city of Dayton imposed new restrictions on how canines can be confined. A city ordinance approved on June 25, 2014 — exactly three years ago this Sunday — limits the amount of time a dog can be tied up outside to two consecutive hours...

Posted: 5 days ago

Seven citations have been issued for the unlawful tethering of dogs in the three years since the city of Dayton imposed new restrictions on how canines can be confined. A city ordinance approved on June 25, 2014 — exactly three years ago this Sunday — limits the amount of time a dog can be tied up outside to two consecutive hours...
Two Dayton officials resign after being put on leave
 The director and executive secretary of Dayton’s department of planning and community development have quit after being placed on paid administrative leave last month. Director Aaron Sorrell and executive secretary Shannon Hughes voluntarily submitted their letters of resignation this week, said Dayton City Manager Shelley Dickstein...

Posted: 14 days ago

The director and executive secretary of Dayton’s department of planning and community development have quit after being placed on paid administrative leave last month. Director Aaron Sorrell and executive secretary Shannon Hughes voluntarily submitted their letters of resignation this week, said Dayton City Manager Shelley Dickstein...
Expanding Dayton business: ‘We really believe in this part of downtown’
 The investors behind Old Scratch Pizza have purchased a commercial property just north of the restaurant that they plan to use for overflow parking and hope to redevelop to help transform Dayton’s southern gateway. Old Scratch, the Neapolitan-style pizza place and beer hall at 812 S. Patterson Blvd., has been a popular dining and drinking...

Posted: 16 days ago

The investors behind Old Scratch Pizza have purchased a commercial property just north of the restaurant that they plan to use for overflow parking and hope to redevelop to help transform Dayton’s southern gateway. Old Scratch, the Neapolitan-style pizza place and beer hall at 812 S. Patterson Blvd., has been a popular dining and drinking...
City of Dayton sues drug makers for role in overdose epidemic
 The city of Dayton is suing more than a dozen pharmaceutical companies, distributors and pain specialists it alleges caused the opioid crisis that has killed thousands of Ohioans, drained public resources and wasted taxpayer dollars. Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley on Monday announced the city is filing suit because she says drug companies and distributors...

Posted: 17 days ago

The city of Dayton is suing more than a dozen pharmaceutical companies, distributors and pain specialists it alleges caused the opioid crisis that has killed thousands of Ohioans, drained public resources and wasted taxpayer dollars. Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley on Monday announced the city is filing suit because she says drug companies and distributors...
City of Dayton to file lawsuit against drug manufacturers, distributors
 Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley on Monday announced the city is filing suit because she says drug companies and distributors have financially benefited from the state’s worsening opiate epidemic, which has killed thousands of residents, including hundreds in the Dayton region.  “We believe the drug companies made this mess, and it...

Posted: 17 days ago

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley on Monday announced the city is filing suit because she says drug companies and distributors have financially benefited from the state’s worsening opiate epidemic, which has killed thousands of residents, including hundreds in the Dayton region.  “We believe the drug companies made this mess, and it...
Reversal: ACT will release scores from wrong tests

Posted: 20 days ago

About 1,300 students in Ohio, including some from a local district, had their ACT test scores invalidated, which potentially could have harmed those young people who plan to apply for college this fall. The ACT mistakenly sent about 20 school districts in the state the incorrect exams, including Miami East High School in Miami County. The...