Troy City Council issued a moratorium on permits for sale of medical marijuana. (Cox Media Group Ohio/archives)

5 local things to know Tuesday

An emergency ordinance imposing a moratorium for 180 days on the granting of any permit allowing retail dispensaries was passed by the Troy City Council. This ordinance also includes cultivators or processors of medical marijuana within the city.

2. Clark State’s working toward a money saving deal

Clark State Community College and Antioch University Midwest are teaming up. The two schools signed a new transfer agreement that will allow students to save money while earning a bachelor’s degree.

Dr. Amit Singh, right, Clark State Provost, and Dr. Marian Glancy, provost of Antioch University, shake hands after signing an agreement where students can transfer from Clark State to Antioch to finish a 4 year degree. Bill Lackey/Staff.

3. A staff encouraged to carry weapons at work

Richard K. Jones, Butler County Sheriff is urging his civilian staff that have a valid Ohio CCW License to carry their weapons within the department’s headquarters at 705 Hanover St. in Hamilton. Jones is also urging his employees to plan their attire so they can carry their weapon discreetly.

4. New restaurant pushes back opening date

Basil’s on Market is a new restaurant and pub coming to downtown Dayton’s Riverscape that has moved its opening date back from July 25 to Aug. 1. The owner said there may be “soft opening” the weekend before the Monday official opening.

This photo was taken July 7 inside the Basil’s on Market restaurant coming to downtown Dayton. SUBMITTED

5. 3 things to do in Dayton today:

Old Crow Medicine Show & Brandi Carlile

The new Rose Music Center at The Heights. TY GREENLEES / STAFF.

The Rose Music Center at The Heights welcomes Old Crow Medicine Show and Brandi Carlile to the stage tonight at 6:30. Tickets vary between $40 and $57 but are applicable to Ticketmaster fees and day of show increase.

Green county Talent Show

Tonight from 6 to 9 p.m., the Beavercreek Community Theatre at 3868 Dayton-Xenia Road is hosting the Greene County Talent Show. There is a $5 entrance fee.

Beginning Wheel Pottery for Adults

Janet Zak of Oakwood (foreground) and Sue Blair of Waynesville work in a wheel pottery class. LISA POWELL / STAFF

This pottery class at 1561 Grange Hall Rd in Beavercreek will teach the basic techniques of wheel throwing, creating unique works of wheel thrown pottery. It is $90 per season and $165 for two sessions.