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‘Bad news’ for the city: 7 reactions to Good Samaritan Hospital’s closure
 Premier Health announced Wednesday that Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton will close by the end of the year, shocking employees and community members in the Miami Valley. Good Samaritan Hospital will close by the end of 2018, impacting about 1,600 employees. The news came as a surprise to city officials, hospital employees and patients...

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Premier Health announced Wednesday that Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton will close by the end of the year, shocking employees and community members in the Miami Valley. Good Samaritan Hospital will close by the end of 2018, impacting about 1,600 employees. The news came as a surprise to city officials, hospital employees and patients...
Greater Dayton RTA buses could be rid of cash fares by 2020
 The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority hopes to modernize its payment system and get rid of cash fares by 2020, officials said Wednesday. More than half of RTA riders have migrated to passes, including monthly and weekly passes, said Mark Donaghy, CEO of the agency.  The agency will work to become the first major transit authority...

Posted: 8 hours ago

The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority hopes to modernize its payment system and get rid of cash fares by 2020, officials said Wednesday. More than half of RTA riders have migrated to passes, including monthly and weekly passes, said Mark Donaghy, CEO of the agency.  The agency will work to become the first major transit authority...
Community leaders ‘shocked’ over hospital closure
 Good Samaritan Hospital looms large over northwest Dayton, and news of its planned closure this year sent shockwaves Wednesday through the community and halls of government. The city, which only learned hours before Wednesday’s announcement about the hospital’s closure, is concerned about possible disinvestment in the area when...

Posted: 9 hours ago

Good Samaritan Hospital looms large over northwest Dayton, and news of its planned closure this year sent shockwaves Wednesday through the community and halls of government. The city, which only learned hours before Wednesday’s announcement about the hospital’s closure, is concerned about possible disinvestment in the area when...
Good Samaritan Hospital: Leaders saddened, concerned by closure
 Good Samaritan Hospital looms large over northwest Dayton, and news of its planned closure this year sent shockwaves Wednesday through the community and halls of government. The city, which only learned hours before Wednesday’s announcement about the hospital’s closure, is concerned about possible disinvestment in the area when...

Posted: 16 hours ago

Good Samaritan Hospital looms large over northwest Dayton, and news of its planned closure this year sent shockwaves Wednesday through the community and halls of government. The city, which only learned hours before Wednesday’s announcement about the hospital’s closure, is concerned about possible disinvestment in the area when...
Residents won’t have to vacate downtown Dayton apartments
 A Montgomery County Common Pleas judge has granted a temporary restraining order that blocks the city of Dayton from forcing some tenants to move out of a downtown apartment building that has a malfunctioning heating system. RELATED: Dayton issues vacate order for downtown apartment building Last week, city of Dayton housing inspection officials...

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A Montgomery County Common Pleas judge has granted a temporary restraining order that blocks the city of Dayton from forcing some tenants to move out of a downtown apartment building that has a malfunctioning heating system. RELATED: Dayton issues vacate order for downtown apartment building Last week, city of Dayton housing inspection officials...
Dayton apartment residents able to stay after judge issues order
 Judge Richard Skelton has issued a temporary restraining order that blocks the city of Dayton’s emergency vacate order for the Newcom building.   Skelton said the building owner must purchase infrared heaters today for the remaining 18 tenants in the building.  He ordered that the building be available for inspection...

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Judge Richard Skelton has issued a temporary restraining order that blocks the city of Dayton’s emergency vacate order for the Newcom building.   Skelton said the building owner must purchase infrared heaters today for the remaining 18 tenants in the building.  He ordered that the building be available for inspection...
Car thieves in Dayton rely on drivers’ poor choices
 Auto theft often is a crime of opportunity, and now that winter is here, thieves in Dayton will be given some golden opportunities by drivers who make bad decisions. Since Oct. 1, there have been 88 grand theft auto reports in the West Patrol Operations Division, and 41 of the incidents involved a vehicle that was left running with the keys...

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Auto theft often is a crime of opportunity, and now that winter is here, thieves in Dayton will be given some golden opportunities by drivers who make bad decisions. Since Oct. 1, there have been 88 grand theft auto reports in the West Patrol Operations Division, and 41 of the incidents involved a vehicle that was left running with the keys...
Drugs seen as catalyst for Dayton’s high burglary rate
 Dayton had one of the highest burglary rates among major U.S. cities in 2016, according to FBI data, and drug use appears to be a key factor. “Burglaries will keep getting worse until something is done about the opioid problem, because they are stealing everything they can get their hands on to get their fix,” said Lodia Furnas...

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Dayton had one of the highest burglary rates among major U.S. cities in 2016, according to FBI data, and drug use appears to be a key factor. “Burglaries will keep getting worse until something is done about the opioid problem, because they are stealing everything they can get their hands on to get their fix,” said Lodia Furnas...
Snow remnants, temperature drops expected through the day
 Winter Weather Advisory cancelled for: Auglaize, Butler, Champaign, Clark, Darke, Green, Logan, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Shelby, Warren Roads in the Miami Valley region continue to be slick after being blanketed by snow Friday evening, following hours of rain and sleet earlier in the day. However, snow will slowly taper off from west to...

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Winter Weather Advisory cancelled for: Auglaize, Butler, Champaign, Clark, Darke, Green, Logan, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Shelby, Warren Roads in the Miami Valley region continue to be slick after being blanketed by snow Friday evening, following hours of rain and sleet earlier in the day. However, snow will slowly taper off from west to...
Dayton issues vacate order for downtown apartment building
 The city of Dayton has issued an order to vacate a downtown apartment building containing almost 50 residents after its owners failed to fix a malfunctioning heating system, making the building unsafe to live in, city officials said. Officials say they will board up the Newcom Building at 255 N. Main St. on Tuesday unless the heating system...

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The city of Dayton has issued an order to vacate a downtown apartment building containing almost 50 residents after its owners failed to fix a malfunctioning heating system, making the building unsafe to live in, city officials said. Officials say they will board up the Newcom Building at 255 N. Main St. on Tuesday unless the heating system...
Walmart, McDonald’s tops in Ohio for employees on food stamps
 Walmart, one of Ohio’s largest employers, announced Thursday it is raising the starting wages of all hourly U.S. employees to $11 an hour. The company will offer a $2-per-hour wage increase, but that may not quiet critics who claim that the company does not pay a living wage. In Ohio, about 11,560 Walmart employees and their family...

Posted: 5 days ago

Walmart, one of Ohio’s largest employers, announced Thursday it is raising the starting wages of all hourly U.S. employees to $11 an hour. The company will offer a $2-per-hour wage increase, but that may not quiet critics who claim that the company does not pay a living wage. In Ohio, about 11,560 Walmart employees and their family...
Have a Dayton utility bill to pay? CVS, Family Dollar are new options
 The city of Dayton is expanding its payment options to allow water customers to pay their bills at CVS Pharmacy and Family Dollar stores, which officials hope will save some people a trip to City Hall. Many Dayton residents and property owners pay their water bills in person in cash at the city’s treasury window at 101 W. Third St....

Posted: 7 days ago

The city of Dayton is expanding its payment options to allow water customers to pay their bills at CVS Pharmacy and Family Dollar stores, which officials hope will save some people a trip to City Hall. Many Dayton residents and property owners pay their water bills in person in cash at the city’s treasury window at 101 W. Third St....
Auto thieves in Dayton rely on drivers’ bad judgment
 Many auto thefts are crimes of opportunity, and now that winter is here, thieves in Dayton will be given some golden opportunities by drivers who make bad decisions. No one likes climbing into a cold car. But too often, Dayton residents fire up their vehicles and then leave them unattended to warm up. Some drivers will find their vehicles...

Posted: 8 days ago

Many auto thefts are crimes of opportunity, and now that winter is here, thieves in Dayton will be given some golden opportunities by drivers who make bad decisions. No one likes climbing into a cold car. But too often, Dayton residents fire up their vehicles and then leave them unattended to warm up. Some drivers will find their vehicles...
What we know now about downtown restaurant shut down by state, now given OK to reopen
 Here’s what we know now about a Dayton restaurant closed by the state on Monday: Updated: De’Lish has paid in full and is eligible to reopen its business whenever the owner wishes, said Gary Gudmundson, spokesman with the Ohio Department of Taxation. What happened? State officials posted a notice on De’Lish’s...

Posted: 8 days ago

Here’s what we know now about a Dayton restaurant closed by the state on Monday: Updated: De’Lish has paid in full and is eligible to reopen its business whenever the owner wishes, said Gary Gudmundson, spokesman with the Ohio Department of Taxation. What happened? State officials posted a notice on De’Lish’s...
Dayton’s Levitt Pavilion construction near, fence goes up
 Construction of the long-awaited Levitt Pavilion  is about to begin. A construction fence has been placed around the site on Dave Hall Plaza in downtown Dayton. The Fiends of Levitt Pavilion announced in late December that a contractor has been selected to build the outdoor amphitheater.  Shook Construction, based in Dayton, will build...

Posted: 8 days ago

Construction of the long-awaited Levitt Pavilion is about to begin. A construction fence has been placed around the site on Dave Hall Plaza in downtown Dayton. The Fiends of Levitt Pavilion announced in late December that a contractor has been selected to build the outdoor amphitheater.  Shook Construction, based in Dayton, will build...
1,300 ideas for future of former Montgomery County Fairgrounds
 The University of Dayton and Premier Health have received more than 1,300 ideas about what to do with the former Montgomery County Fairgrounds site. Some common themes emerged from the input garnered from a public workshop, stakeholder meeting and an online web tool about the future of the 38-acre site, according to information released by...

Posted: 9 days ago

The University of Dayton and Premier Health have received more than 1,300 ideas about what to do with the former Montgomery County Fairgrounds site. Some common themes emerged from the input garnered from a public workshop, stakeholder meeting and an online web tool about the future of the 38-acre site, according to information released by...
Not just Hollywood: Sexual harassment complaints up in Ohio
 From Harvey Weinstein to Bill O’Reilly to Matt Lauer, many powerful men were toppled in 2017 by sexual harassment allegations. The #MeToo movement helped produce several news stories that detailed workplace scandals, and Sunday night’s Golden Globes awards sparked more national conversation about sexual harassment and abuse. But...

Posted: 9 days ago

From Harvey Weinstein to Bill O’Reilly to Matt Lauer, many powerful men were toppled in 2017 by sexual harassment allegations. The #MeToo movement helped produce several news stories that detailed workplace scandals, and Sunday night’s Golden Globes awards sparked more national conversation about sexual harassment and abuse. But...
De’Lish Cafe shut down for tax issues,  can reopen, state says
 De’Lish has paid in full and is eligible to reopen its business whenever the owner wishes, said Gary Gudmundson, spokesman with the Ohio Department of Taxation. The state has shut down a downtown Dayton restaurant for failing to file or pay sales taxes. De'Lish Cafe, located at 139 N. Main St. across from the Victoria Theatre, has had...

Posted: 9 days ago

De’Lish has paid in full and is eligible to reopen its business whenever the owner wishes, said Gary Gudmundson, spokesman with the Ohio Department of Taxation. The state has shut down a downtown Dayton restaurant for failing to file or pay sales taxes. De'Lish Cafe, located at 139 N. Main St. across from the Victoria Theatre, has had...
1 in 13 Dayton police internal investigations led to discipline
 Most internal investigations into the conduct of Dayton police officers find that officers did not not violate departmental policy or the rules of conduct and do not result in discipline, according to a recent study by the data committee of the Dayton Community Police Council. Community Police Council members say the police department follows...

Posted: 9 days ago

Most internal investigations into the conduct of Dayton police officers find that officers did not not violate departmental policy or the rules of conduct and do not result in discipline, according to a recent study by the data committee of the Dayton Community Police Council. Community Police Council members say the police department follows...
Watch out, Austin and Denver: Millennials buying up homes in Dayton area
 Dayton may not be a young-person magnet like the large coastal cities or places known for their hipster enclaves like Denver, Colo., and Austin, Texas. But a significant number of millennials are putting down roots in the Dayton region instead of searching for greener pastures in bigger markets. About 42 percent of mortgages in the Dayton...

Posted: 10 days ago

Dayton may not be a young-person magnet like the large coastal cities or places known for their hipster enclaves like Denver, Colo., and Austin, Texas. But a significant number of millennials are putting down roots in the Dayton region instead of searching for greener pastures in bigger markets. About 42 percent of mortgages in the Dayton...
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