Festo Corp. has opened their new assembly plant and technologically-advanced warehouse in Mason. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF
Photo: Nick Graham
Photo: Nick Graham

5 local things to know Tuesday

There is a list of the hardest working places in Ohio that includes multiple local cities. The criteria used to make this list was: average hours worked, average commute time, workers per household, labor force participation rate and adults with a college degree.

2. New homes planned for downtown Dayton

A leading residential developer plans to build 14 town homes in downtown Dayton. The appearance of the new housing project will be contemporary and reminiscent of the colorful Litehouses.

Charlie Simms plans to build new condos near the downtown library and the Oregon Historic District. This is a rendering of the new product. CONTRIBUTED

3. Imprisoned Dayton restaurant owner to be re-sentenced

On Wednesday, Eva Christian will find out whether she will have a shorter sentence with a higher court’s decision to reduce some of her insurance fraud related convictions. Christian has already served four years of her nine-year prison sentence.

4. The Greene is welcoming a new store

Ulta Beauty is set to open their doors with a new location at The Greene Town Center on Friday. The first 100 guest, each day during their opening weekend, will receive a free Ulta Beauty product.

The Greene. STAFF

5. 3 things to do in Dayton today

Stranger and Velvet Crush

Fraze Pavilion. Photographer: Jim Ingram

The Fraze Pavilion is having another $2 Tuesday concert tonight at 7:30 with the band Stranger and Velvet Crush.

Bingo at Lucky’s Taproom Eatery

Lucky’s Taproom Eatery.

Come to Lucky’s Taproom Eatery in the Oregon district tonight at 9 and play a few rounds of bingo. This is a free event.

Asperger’s Are Us

The Black Box Improv Theater will welcome Asperger’s Are Us to Dayton tonight at 8. This group is currently touring the U.S. after having Netflix pick up their documentary. Tickets are $12.

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