Kaitlin Schroeder

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Dayton business training to help companies with capital access
 Businesses in low to moderate income parts of the Dayton region can get training and consulting to develop their companies through a new program funded by Fifth Third Bank. The funds are for a consultant who will help businesses navigate applying for bank loans and for business development training. Fifth Third, based in Cincinnati, made...

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Businesses in low to moderate income parts of the Dayton region can get training and consulting to develop their companies through a new program funded by Fifth Third Bank. The funds are for a consultant who will help businesses navigate applying for bank loans and for business development training. Fifth Third, based in Cincinnati, made...
$10M sought for U.S. Air Force thermal protection systems
 The U.S. Air Force is developing high speed vehicles and those vehicles need advanced heat protection. University of Dayton Research Institute is seeking $10 million for the total $20 million thermal protection systems development project, and is among dozens of local requesters that want the Dayton Development Coalition to lobby for federal...

Posted: 6 hours ago

The U.S. Air Force is developing high speed vehicles and those vehicles need advanced heat protection. University of Dayton Research Institute is seeking $10 million for the total $20 million thermal protection systems development project, and is among dozens of local requesters that want the Dayton Development Coalition to lobby for federal...
Assisted living facility proposed in Washington Twp.
 A new senior living center could be coming to Washington Twp. CA Senior Living, a Chicago-based developer, is seeking township approval for the new facility with independent living, assisted living and memory care units. The proposed facility is the latest in a series of senior living centers proposed or under construction in the Dayton area...

Posted: 10 hours ago

A new senior living center could be coming to Washington Twp. CA Senior Living, a Chicago-based developer, is seeking township approval for the new facility with independent living, assisted living and memory care units. The proposed facility is the latest in a series of senior living centers proposed or under construction in the Dayton area...
LexisNexis uses big data to combat opioid crisis
 Big data is playing a behind-the-scenes role in responding to the opioid crisis. LexisNexis Risk Solutions is using its trove of data and analytics tools to help doctors better treat those with addictions and to prevent the prescription painkillers from getting into the wrong hands. Risk Solutions is a division of LexisNexis, which is headquartered...

Posted: 14 hours ago

Big data is playing a behind-the-scenes role in responding to the opioid crisis. LexisNexis Risk Solutions is using its trove of data and analytics tools to help doctors better treat those with addictions and to prevent the prescription painkillers from getting into the wrong hands. Risk Solutions is a division of LexisNexis, which is headquartered...
WSU to offer free training to treat addiction with medication
 Local doctors, nurse practitioners and physicians assistants can get free training to get licensed to treat opioid addictions with medication. Treating addiction with buprenorphine — which is also the name brand Suboxone — requires a specific license with the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the training and documentation...

Posted: 20 hours ago

Local doctors, nurse practitioners and physicians assistants can get free training to get licensed to treat opioid addictions with medication. Treating addiction with buprenorphine — which is also the name brand Suboxone — requires a specific license with the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the training and documentation...
CHECK IT OUT: Fuyao’s restaurant holds grand opening
 The restaurant developed by Fuyao Glass America opened today. Fuyao held a grand opening today for Taste of the World, which opened outside the Moraine plant. The 8,000-square-foot restaurant opened at Encrete Lane and Fuyao Avenue and is open to both employees and the public. Officials with the auto glass manufacturer said previously...

Posted: 5 days ago

The restaurant developed by Fuyao Glass America opened today. Fuyao held a grand opening today for Taste of the World, which opened outside the Moraine plant. The 8,000-square-foot restaurant opened at Encrete Lane and Fuyao Avenue and is open to both employees and the public. Officials with the auto glass manufacturer said previously...
Local hospital group reports high breastfeeding rates
 Premier Health has reached a milestone with a breastfeeding initiative aimed at reducing the state’s high infant mortality rate. Premier said in a statement that it is the first health system in Ohio whose maternity centers have completed all steps of the initiative, Ohio First Steps for Healthy Babies, which was launched by the Ohio...

Posted: 5 days ago

Premier Health has reached a milestone with a breastfeeding initiative aimed at reducing the state’s high infant mortality rate. Premier said in a statement that it is the first health system in Ohio whose maternity centers have completed all steps of the initiative, Ohio First Steps for Healthy Babies, which was launched by the Ohio...
Pregnancy center plans Dayton location
 A pregnancy resource center is opening its fourth local office in Dayton. Miami Valley Women’s Center will have services like pregnancy testing, limited OB ultrasound, and testing for sexually transmitted infections at its new location, according to the non-profit. LOCAL: Hospital network buys Troy land for $1.35M The center, founded...

Posted: 5 days ago

A pregnancy resource center is opening its fourth local office in Dayton. Miami Valley Women’s Center will have services like pregnancy testing, limited OB ultrasound, and testing for sexually transmitted infections at its new location, according to the non-profit. LOCAL: Hospital network buys Troy land for $1.35M The center, founded...
New Dayton medical center takes step forward
 Dayton Children’s Hospital’s plan to construct a new community-focused medical center took a step forward this week. Dayton City Commission Wednesday night unanimously approved the rezoning to permit the new 50,000-square-foot center to be built on the former Dayton Electroplate site at the corner of Stanley Avenue and Valley...

Posted: 5 days ago

Dayton Children’s Hospital’s plan to construct a new community-focused medical center took a step forward this week. Dayton City Commission Wednesday night unanimously approved the rezoning to permit the new 50,000-square-foot center to be built on the former Dayton Electroplate site at the corner of Stanley Avenue and Valley...
Taylor president talks about what’s next for century-old Dayton company
 Taylor Communications’ President Mark O’Leary said the company’s new downtown Dayton office is a good fit for a business that needs an innovative staff. The 104-year-old company with document and business services is moving about 600 of its employees to downtown Dayton by early next year. Taylor, with the help of city and...

Posted: 5 days ago

Taylor Communications’ President Mark O’Leary said the company’s new downtown Dayton office is a good fit for a business that needs an innovative staff. The 104-year-old company with document and business services is moving about 600 of its employees to downtown Dayton by early next year. Taylor, with the help of city and...
After vote count, activist Peltz won Procter & Gamble board seat
 An activist investor appears to have won a seat on Proctor & Gamble’s board, weeks after P&G initially declared victory in the high profile vote.  Nelson Peltz, the hedge fund billionaire who had bid for the board seat, won by a 43,000-vote margin, CNBC reports.  Peltz and his associates previously told media they would wait...

Posted: 6 days ago

An activist investor appears to have won a seat on Proctor & Gamble’s board, weeks after P&G initially declared victory in the high profile vote.  Nelson Peltz, the hedge fund billionaire who had bid for the board seat, won by a 43,000-vote margin, CNBC reports.  Peltz and his associates previously told media they would wait...