This local pizza chain has become a household name in the Dayton area since opening its first store in 2015. Rapid Fires co-founder Kelly Gray expects this location to be a flagship store due to its proximity to the corporate offices.
Rapid Fired Pizza has applied for a liquor license to open a restaurant in the former Krispy Kreme space at 2001 E. Dorothy Lane in Kettering. File photo by LISA POWELL / STAFF
4. Traps for Zika-prone mosquitoes distributed across Ohio
A total of 50 counties in Ohio are receiving special BG Sentinel traps designed to catch the Asian tiger mosquito. A total of 224 of 500 traps have already been distributed to the counties, Montgomery County has received four of those traps.
5. 3 things to do in Dayton today
Dayton Blues Festival, 1 p.m. -9 p.m.
Duke Robillard, a founding member of Roomful of Blues and former guitarist with the Fabulous Thunderbirds, headlines the Dayton Blues Festival at Dave Hall Plaza Park on Sunday, July 17. Submitted
The annual Dayton Blues Festival is presented by the Department of Recreations and Youth Services at Dave Plaza Hall. Those in attendance are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets; Cost: Free
3 on Third, 11 a.m.- 4 p.m.
This eclectic market is located on East Third Street at Bates, just east of Keowee. This market features artisans, antiques, handmade goods, locally produced food, and food trucks.
Dayton Dragons Baseball, 2 p.m.
Dragons reliever Braulio Ortiz. The South Bend Cubs defeated the host Dragons 6-1 at Dayton's Fifth Third Field on Monday, June 13, 2016. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF