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Food equipment manufacturer buys site for $1.3 million
 Globe Food Equipment Co. paid $1.3 million for manufacturing property in Moraine recently. The company bought the office and light manufacturing property at 2153 East River Road, Montgomery County property records show. The building has more than 25,000 square feet of manufacturing space and nearly 2,500 square feet of office space. RELATED...

Posted: 9 days ago

Globe Food Equipment Co. paid $1.3 million for manufacturing property in Moraine recently. The company bought the office and light manufacturing property at 2153 East River Road, Montgomery County property records show. The building has more than 25,000 square feet of manufacturing space and nearly 2,500 square feet of office space. RELATED...
Suburban apartments sell for $10 million
 A Centerville apartment complex recently sold for $10 million. Sapling Centerville LLC sold the complex to VF1 Ashton Glen LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, for $10 million, according to Montgomery County property records. The 12-unit complex at 506 Stonington Lane was built in 1997 and covers nearly 11,000 square feet. RELATED:...

Posted: 9 days ago

A Centerville apartment complex recently sold for $10 million. Sapling Centerville LLC sold the complex to VF1 Ashton Glen LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, for $10 million, according to Montgomery County property records. The 12-unit complex at 506 Stonington Lane was built in 1997 and covers nearly 11,000 square feet. RELATED:...
Fifth Third awards $75K total to Dayton non-profits
 Two Dayton-area organizations received Fifth Third Bank community grants. Dubbed “Strengthening Our Communities grants,” the bank paid a collective $75,000 went to the Homeownership Center of Greater Dayton and to the Small Business Development Center at Wright State University. The Home Ownership Center received $25,000 and the...

Posted: 9 days ago

Two Dayton-area organizations received Fifth Third Bank community grants. Dubbed “Strengthening Our Communities grants,” the bank paid a collective $75,000 went to the Homeownership Center of Greater Dayton and to the Small Business Development Center at Wright State University. The Home Ownership Center received $25,000 and the...
Air Force general, bioscience leaders part of coalition panel
 The Dayton Development Coalition’s 2017 annual meeting will feature a panel that includes an Air Force general as well as a bio-science executive and entrepreneur, among others. The panel will include: U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Mark Koeniger, commander of the 711th Human Performance Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The wing...

Posted: 9 days ago

The Dayton Development Coalition’s 2017 annual meeting will feature a panel that includes an Air Force general as well as a bio-science executive and entrepreneur, among others. The panel will include: U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Mark Koeniger, commander of the 711th Human Performance Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The wing...
Minimum wage earners in Ohio get a 2018 pay raise

Posted: 15 days ago

The minimum wage for most hourly workers in Ohio is getting a 15-cent bump this year to $8.30 an hour, more than a dollar higher than the federal minimum wage. The increase is a consequence of a state constitutional amendment voters approved in 2006 that tied the base wage in Ohio to the consumer price index. Non-tipped employees will get...
Congressman Davidson: Budgeting process in DC ‘broken’

Posted: 19 days ago

Most working Americans should notice a smaller tax bite from their paychecks in coming weeks, U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson, R-Troy, said this week in a wide-ranging interview at Cox Media Group Ohio offices. “I think that’s how most individuals should start to experience the change, through payroll (deductions),” Davidson said...
IT training service offers free consultations to seniors
 The Senior Tutor, a Centerville-based information technology tutoring business, is announcing a free service, called “MegaByte Monday.” Starting Jan. 8, Dayton-area senior citizens can schedule a free 15-minute phone call on computer or information technology issues and questions with Senior Tutor owner Marianne Bailey. The Senior...

Posted: 19 days ago

The Senior Tutor, a Centerville-based information technology tutoring business, is announcing a free service, called “MegaByte Monday.” Starting Jan. 8, Dayton-area senior citizens can schedule a free 15-minute phone call on computer or information technology issues and questions with Senior Tutor owner Marianne Bailey. The Senior...
Fixing ‘broken things:’ Davidson talks about 18 months in Congress
 Most working Americans should notice a smaller tax bite from their paychecks in coming weeks, U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson, R-Troy, said Thursday in a wide-ranging interview at Cox Media Group Ohio offices. “I think that’s how most individuals should start to experience the change, through payroll (deductions),” Davidson said...

Posted: 20 days ago

Most working Americans should notice a smaller tax bite from their paychecks in coming weeks, U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson, R-Troy, said Thursday in a wide-ranging interview at Cox Media Group Ohio offices. “I think that’s how most individuals should start to experience the change, through payroll (deductions),” Davidson said...
CVS Pharmacy building sells for $3.25 million
 The building housing a CVS Pharmacy in Oakwood, along with black top around the pharmacy, have been purchased for $3.25 million. Two parcels were included with the sale of the pharmacy at the commonly known address of 2801 Far Hills Ave., according to the deed. MORE: Tax law imposes changes on UD ticket-holders The pharmacy is across Far...

Posted: 20 days ago

The building housing a CVS Pharmacy in Oakwood, along with black top around the pharmacy, have been purchased for $3.25 million. Two parcels were included with the sale of the pharmacy at the commonly known address of 2801 Far Hills Ave., according to the deed. MORE: Tax law imposes changes on UD ticket-holders The pharmacy is across Far...
New tax law: What you need to know from local accountants
 With the recent tax changes, the usual end-of-year assortment of tax moves is likely more complicated in 2017. These changes affect everyone from single mothers to millionaires to most sports fans who buy event tickets. “I’d love to tell you that everyone has a handle on this,” said Mark Bradstreet, founder of the Bradstreet...

Posted: 20 days ago

With the recent tax changes, the usual end-of-year assortment of tax moves is likely more complicated in 2017. These changes affect everyone from single mothers to millionaires to most sports fans who buy event tickets. “I’d love to tell you that everyone has a handle on this,” said Mark Bradstreet, founder of the Bradstreet...
Tax law imposes changes on UD ticket-holders
 With recent tax law changes, the usual end-of-year array of tax moves is likely more complicated in 2017. The new law introduces wrinkles for University of Dayton Flyers fans, too. If you buy University of Dayton basketball tickets in the lower arena and pay for a seat license, current tax law lets you deduct 80 percent of that expense as...

Posted: 21 days ago

With recent tax law changes, the usual end-of-year array of tax moves is likely more complicated in 2017. The new law introduces wrinkles for University of Dayton Flyers fans, too. If you buy University of Dayton basketball tickets in the lower arena and pay for a seat license, current tax law lets you deduct 80 percent of that expense as...
Meijer recalls apple slices for fear of listeria
 As a result of the Fresh-Pak Inc. recall, Meijer is announcing a voluntary recall of select Meijer-brand packaged products due to sliced apples within the products being potentially tainted with Listeria monocytogenes. As of Dec. 20, there had been no known illnesses reported in connection with this recall, according to the U.S. Food...

Posted: 22 days ago

As a result of the Fresh-Pak Inc. recall, Meijer is announcing a voluntary recall of select Meijer-brand packaged products due to sliced apples within the products being potentially tainted with Listeria monocytogenes. As of Dec. 20, there had been no known illnesses reported in connection with this recall, according to the U.S. Food...
LCNB acquires Columbus-market bank in nearly $67M deal
 A Lebanon Citizens National Bank merger valued at nearly $67 million will boost that bank’s presence in the Columbus market. LCNB Corp., the holding company for LCNB National Bank, and Columbus First Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for Columbus First Bank, said Tuesday they have signed a merger agreement whereby LCNB will acquire...

Posted: 22 days ago

A Lebanon Citizens National Bank merger valued at nearly $67 million will boost that bank’s presence in the Columbus market. LCNB Corp., the holding company for LCNB National Bank, and Columbus First Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for Columbus First Bank, said Tuesday they have signed a merger agreement whereby LCNB will acquire...
Springboro industrial property near airport sells for $2.1M
 A limited liability company led by a local real estate services firm has purchased a Springboro warehouse and industrial property for $2.1 million, property records show. South Tech Partners LLC is the buyer of the property at 3000-3090 S. Tech Blvd., off Ohio 741, just south of the Austin Landing area, according to Montgomery County property...

Posted: 22 days ago

A limited liability company led by a local real estate services firm has purchased a Springboro warehouse and industrial property for $2.1 million, property records show. South Tech Partners LLC is the buyer of the property at 3000-3090 S. Tech Blvd., off Ohio 741, just south of the Austin Landing area, according to Montgomery County property...
Fuyao spent nearly $800K for consultant skilled in ‘union avoidance’
 In a battle with the United Auto Workers for the hearts and minds of workers last month, Fuyao Glass America, one of the area’s fastest growing manufacturers, won handily, beating the union 2 to 1 in a National Labor Relations Board-overseen election. Workers resoundingly rejected forming a collective bargaining unit with the UAW. RELATED...

Posted: 22 days ago

In a battle with the United Auto Workers for the hearts and minds of workers last month, Fuyao Glass America, one of the area’s fastest growing manufacturers, won handily, beating the union 2 to 1 in a National Labor Relations Board-overseen election. Workers resoundingly rejected forming a collective bargaining unit with the UAW. RELATED...
Pipeline for Dayton jobs expected to be strong in 2018
 The year coming to an end was a strong one for capital investment and salaries in business projects, according to Dayton Development Coalition President and Chief Executive Jeff Hoagland. As of mid-December, the coalition was involved in 34 new projects in 2017 that created more than 2,050 jobs, according to the coalition’s year-to-date...

Posted: 22 days ago

The year coming to an end was a strong one for capital investment and salaries in business projects, according to Dayton Development Coalition President and Chief Executive Jeff Hoagland. As of mid-December, the coalition was involved in 34 new projects in 2017 that created more than 2,050 jobs, according to the coalition’s year-to-date...
Fuyao spent nearly $800K with consultant in union battle
 Fuyao Glass America paid $747,410 to an Oklahoma-based consulting firm that boasts of helping companies in the art of “union avoidance,” according to a document filed with the U.S. Department of Labor. Labor Relations Institute Inc./LRI Consulting Services Inc., based in Broken Arrow, Okla., filed a receipts and disbursements...

Posted: 22 days ago

Fuyao Glass America paid $747,410 to an Oklahoma-based consulting firm that boasts of helping companies in the art of “union avoidance,” according to a document filed with the U.S. Department of Labor. Labor Relations Institute Inc./LRI Consulting Services Inc., based in Broken Arrow, Okla., filed a receipts and disbursements...
Jobs pipeline for Dayton region expected to be strong in 2018
 The year coming to an end was a strong one for capital investment and salaries in business projects, according to Dayton Development Coalition President and Chief Executive Jeff Hoagland.  As of mid-December, the coalition was involved in 34 new projects in 2017 that created more than 2,050 jobs, according to the coalition’s year-to-date...

Posted: 22 days ago

The year coming to an end was a strong one for capital investment and salaries in business projects, according to Dayton Development Coalition President and Chief Executive Jeff Hoagland.  As of mid-December, the coalition was involved in 34 new projects in 2017 that created more than 2,050 jobs, according to the coalition’s year-to-date...
Amazon pilots step up campaign with video
 A union of air cargo pilots instrumental to Amazon shipping is stepping up a campaign against its contracts and working conditions as the Christmas shopping season draws to a close. Pilots who fly for Amazon’s Prime Air unveiled a video Tuesday targeting what it calls “the intensifying staffing and operational issues at their...

Posted: 29 days ago

A union of air cargo pilots instrumental to Amazon shipping is stepping up a campaign against its contracts and working conditions as the Christmas shopping season draws to a close. Pilots who fly for Amazon’s Prime Air unveiled a video Tuesday targeting what it calls “the intensifying staffing and operational issues at their...
Historic Xenia home wins $87K in state tax credits
 An historic home in Xenia is slated to receive historic tax credits for rehabilitation and new use. The Nesbitt House in Xenia will receive tax credits of $87,822 in what Ohio government says will be a $416,327 redevelopment project. The home, first built in the 19th century, is found at 136 W. Second St. Located near downtown, the Nesbitt...

Posted: 29 days ago

An historic home in Xenia is slated to receive historic tax credits for rehabilitation and new use. The Nesbitt House in Xenia will receive tax credits of $87,822 in what Ohio government says will be a $416,327 redevelopment project. The home, first built in the 19th century, is found at 136 W. Second St. Located near downtown, the Nesbitt...
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