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250 jobs could come to Wright Dunbar

Posted: 22 hours ago

As many as 250 new jobs could be coming to Wright Dunbar because Ziks Family Pharmacy & Home Medical Equipment is expanding its home health care operations. Ziks Home Healthcare LLC has signed a new lease for about 4,000 square feet of space on the ground floor of the Rubenstein building on the 1100 block of West Third St. Ziks pharmacy and...
Company plans to add 250 jobs in Wright Dunbar Business District
 As many as 250 new jobs could be coming to Wright Dunbar because Zik’s Family Pharmacy & Home Medical Equipment is expanding its home health care operations. Zik’s Home Healthcare LLC has signed a new lease for about 4,000 square feet of space on the ground floor the Rubenstein building on the 1100 block of West Third St. Zik&rsquo...

Posted: a day ago

As many as 250 new jobs could be coming to Wright Dunbar because Zik’s Family Pharmacy & Home Medical Equipment is expanding its home health care operations. Zik’s Home Healthcare LLC has signed a new lease for about 4,000 square feet of space on the ground floor the Rubenstein building on the 1100 block of West Third St. Zik&rsquo...
Dayton leaders OK gunshot tracking system
 Gunshots ring out in some parts of Dayton and nobody calls the police. This is troubling because gunfire can signal someone has been shot or that a crime has taken place, makes people feel less safe in their neighborhoods and the shooters often have or go on to commit other crimes, Dayton police said. The Dayton Police Department plans to...

Posted: 2 days ago

Gunshots ring out in some parts of Dayton and nobody calls the police. This is troubling because gunfire can signal someone has been shot or that a crime has taken place, makes people feel less safe in their neighborhoods and the shooters often have or go on to commit other crimes, Dayton police said. The Dayton Police Department plans to...
Dayton racino to undergo $3M expansion
 Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway has started work on a $3.1 million expansion that will increase the size of its smoking area and will add a few dozen video lottery terminals. Preliminary construction work began this month to add about 4,700 square feet of space in the northeast corner of the racino facility at 777 Hollywood Blvd. The inside...

Posted: 2 days ago

Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway has started work on a $3.1 million expansion that will increase the size of its smoking area and will add a few dozen video lottery terminals. Preliminary construction work began this month to add about 4,700 square feet of space in the northeast corner of the racino facility at 777 Hollywood Blvd. The inside...
Dayton apartment building facade collapses
 Hundreds of bricks and large pieces of cornice fell off an apartment building in northwest Dayton on Monday, which a couple of residents said was caused either by gusts of wind or water getting into the walls. On Tuesday morning, a two-man crew was working outside the apartment building at 1124 Salem Ave. to salvage large pieces of stone...

Posted: 2 days ago

Hundreds of bricks and large pieces of cornice fell off an apartment building in northwest Dayton on Monday, which a couple of residents said was caused either by gusts of wind or water getting into the walls. On Tuesday morning, a two-man crew was working outside the apartment building at 1124 Salem Ave. to salvage large pieces of stone...
Oregon District may apply to be outdoor drinking area
 One of the most popular areas to drink beer and cocktails in Dayton may soon try to become the first place in the city where people can legally drink outside on the street. The Oregon District Business Association is working on a petition to create a new designated outdoor refreshment area. The city approved the procedures for creating outdoor...

Posted: 3 days ago

One of the most popular areas to drink beer and cocktails in Dayton may soon try to become the first place in the city where people can legally drink outside on the street. The Oregon District Business Association is working on a petition to create a new designated outdoor refreshment area. The city approved the procedures for creating outdoor...
Dayton may use tech that listens for gunshots, pinpoints location
 The city of Dayton is considering using new technology to quickly alert police when gunshots are fired in a designated surveillance area. The city is looking at approving a contract with ShotSpotter to install audio sensors that detect gunshots and quickly notify police of where the shots were fired. ShotSpotter promises to detect and accurately...

Posted: 4 days ago

The city of Dayton is considering using new technology to quickly alert police when gunshots are fired in a designated surveillance area. The city is looking at approving a contract with ShotSpotter to install audio sensors that detect gunshots and quickly notify police of where the shots were fired. ShotSpotter promises to detect and accurately...
Demolition of former fairgrounds scheduled to begin this week
 Demolition at the former Montgomery County Fairgrounds is scheduled to begin this week. The demolition on about 22 buildings at the site on South Main Street  will be the first visible signs of work to redevelop the property. Though a detailed timeline of the project hasn’t been released, redevelopment of the 38-acre property will take...

Posted: 4 days ago

Demolition at the former Montgomery County Fairgrounds is scheduled to begin this week. The demolition on about 22 buildings at the site on South Main Street will be the first visible signs of work to redevelop the property. Though a detailed timeline of the project hasn’t been released, redevelopment of the 38-acre property will take...
Former fairgrounds demolition work starting: ‘We are preparing for the future’
 The Montgomery County Fair is celebrating its second year at its new home in Jefferson Twp., and pretty soon, few traces will be left of the site it occupied for more than 160 years in southern Dayton. Demolition is expected to begin July 22 on about 22 buildings at the former Montgomery County Fairgrounds on South Main Street, which will...

Posted: 7 days ago

The Montgomery County Fair is celebrating its second year at its new home in Jefferson Twp., and pretty soon, few traces will be left of the site it occupied for more than 160 years in southern Dayton. Demolition is expected to begin July 22 on about 22 buildings at the former Montgomery County Fairgrounds on South Main Street, which will...
Dayton says it should repay about $900K of $3.2M feds want
 The city of Dayton says it has records and documents that should mean it will have to repay a smaller portion of the $3.2 million in projects and costs questioned by a federal agency. The city has produced and provided numerous supporting documents requested by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that show projects that used...

Posted: 6 days ago

The city of Dayton says it has records and documents that should mean it will have to repay a smaller portion of the $3.2 million in projects and costs questioned by a federal agency. The city has produced and provided numerous supporting documents requested by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that show projects that used...
Texas Beef & Cattle to open new BBQ restaurant in downtown Dayton
 A new barbecue restaurant is in the works in downtown Dayton. The project is still in an early developmental stage, but Texas Beef & Cattle Company founder and owner James Nuñez, who operates a restaurant in the Wright-Dunbar District west of downtown, confirmed to this news outlet that he has submitted a letter of intent to lease...

Posted: 7 days ago

A new barbecue restaurant is in the works in downtown Dayton. The project is still in an early developmental stage, but Texas Beef & Cattle Company founder and owner James Nuñez, who operates a restaurant in the Wright-Dunbar District west of downtown, confirmed to this news outlet that he has submitted a letter of intent to lease...
City fires administrator after federal bribery, fraud charges
 A city of Dayton administrator was fired after he was indicted on bribery and other federal charges, with the city citing multiple reasons for the termination, including being absent without leave the day he was arrested. RoShawn Winburn, 45, was director of the city’s Minority Business Assistance Center and in April was promoted to...

Posted: 7 days ago

A city of Dayton administrator was fired after he was indicted on bribery and other federal charges, with the city citing multiple reasons for the termination, including being absent without leave the day he was arrested. RoShawn Winburn, 45, was director of the city’s Minority Business Assistance Center and in April was promoted to...
Dayton aviation director accepts job with JobsOhio
 Dayton Aviation Director Terry Slaybaugh has resigned to take another job. Slaybaugh told city staff Tuesday that he had submitted his resignation to the city manager and his last day would be July 26. Slaybaugh will be moving into a position with JobsOhio, according to JobsOhio spokesman Matt Englehart. “During his time as director...

Posted: 9 days ago

Dayton Aviation Director Terry Slaybaugh has resigned to take another job. Slaybaugh told city staff Tuesday that he had submitted his resignation to the city manager and his last day would be July 26. Slaybaugh will be moving into a position with JobsOhio, according to JobsOhio spokesman Matt Englehart. “During his time as director...
Dayton claims slander, sues in prairie land fight
 The city of Dayton filed a lawsuit accusing the city of Union of interfering with its controversial plan to sell most of the Paul E. Knoop Jr. Prairie by the Dayton airport to be redeveloped. In a complaint this week, the city of Dayton says Union deliberately tried to “cast a cloud over Dayton’s title” to 110 acres of prairie...

Posted: 10 days ago

The city of Dayton filed a lawsuit accusing the city of Union of interfering with its controversial plan to sell most of the Paul E. Knoop Jr. Prairie by the Dayton airport to be redeveloped. In a complaint this week, the city of Dayton says Union deliberately tried to “cast a cloud over Dayton’s title” to 110 acres of prairie...
Dayton Motor Car building rehab could spark Oregon East district
 The long-anticipated transformation of the Dayton Motor Car building has begun, and if successful, it will become one of only a handful of projects completed in the city to use state historic tax credits. Miller-Valentine Construction on Tuesday announced it is renovating the Motor Car building at at 15 McDonough St. to provide office space...

Posted: 9 days ago

The long-anticipated transformation of the Dayton Motor Car building has begun, and if successful, it will become one of only a handful of projects completed in the city to use state historic tax credits. Miller-Valentine Construction on Tuesday announced it is renovating the Motor Car building at at 15 McDonough St. to provide office space...
Dayton Arcade gutted in $90M plan to create ‘city within a city’
 The Dayton Arcade is starting to look like its original 1904 self again after months of demolition work have stripped most of its commercial additions down to bare bones. Alterations dating back to the 1960s and 1980, which gave the arcade a retro-shopping center kind of feel, have been removed, including the escalator, elevator and storefronts...

Posted: 11 days ago

The Dayton Arcade is starting to look like its original 1904 self again after months of demolition work have stripped most of its commercial additions down to bare bones. Alterations dating back to the 1960s and 1980, which gave the arcade a retro-shopping center kind of feel, have been removed, including the escalator, elevator and storefronts...
East Dayton wine bar/delicatessen, new homes planned
 Construction season is well under way, and workers in hardhats are banging hammers and whirring drills at sites all across the city of Dayton. But a few projects in downtown’s inner-ring neighborhoods so far have flown under the radar, even though they potentially could add interesting new housing, amenities and destination options...

Posted: 13 days ago

Construction season is well under way, and workers in hardhats are banging hammers and whirring drills at sites all across the city of Dayton. But a few projects in downtown’s inner-ring neighborhoods so far have flown under the radar, even though they potentially could add interesting new housing, amenities and destination options...
The complicated history of Dayton man charged in corruption investigation
 One of the four Dayton men indicted in a federal corruption investigation has a history that includes a fire-bombed car, hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes and debt, numerous lawsuits and judgments against him, and public contracts that made his companies millions of dollars transporting dead bodies. In an ongoing effort to...

Posted: 12 days ago

One of the four Dayton men indicted in a federal corruption investigation has a history that includes a fire-bombed car, hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes and debt, numerous lawsuits and judgments against him, and public contracts that made his companies millions of dollars transporting dead bodies. In an ongoing effort to...
Dayton music pavilion draws big, diverse crowds to second-year shows
 After a strong debut last year, Levitt Pavilion Dayton has managed to avoid the dreaded sophomore slump with another eclectic lineup of free concerts that are bringing out big crowds. The free outdoor music amphitheater at East Fifth and South Main streets already has welcomed almost 17,000 people this year, which is about two-thirds the...

Posted: 13 days ago

After a strong debut last year, Levitt Pavilion Dayton has managed to avoid the dreaded sophomore slump with another eclectic lineup of free concerts that are bringing out big crowds. The free outdoor music amphitheater at East Fifth and South Main streets already has welcomed almost 17,000 people this year, which is about two-thirds the...
New red-light, speed camera restrictions take effect statewide
 New state restrictions on red-light and speed-detection camera programs that went into effect this week prompted the city of Trotwood to suspend its photo-enforcement program. But the city of Dayton remains defiant and has no plans to change its program despite the threat of financial penalties, claiming a preliminary injunction granted to...

Posted: 15 days ago

New state restrictions on red-light and speed-detection camera programs that went into effect this week prompted the city of Trotwood to suspend its photo-enforcement program. But the city of Dayton remains defiant and has no plans to change its program despite the threat of financial penalties, claiming a preliminary injunction granted to...
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