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Dayton could lose out on $760K in federal money
 Dayton could lose out on $760,000 if it can’t convince a federal agency to restore its access to a grant payment system soon. The city has been locked out of the federal HOME program payment and reporting system since late 2017 after federal inspectors raised concerns about Dayton’s administration of the program and its bookkeeping...

Posted: 16 hours ago

Dayton could lose out on $760,000 if it can’t convince a federal agency to restore its access to a grant payment system soon. The city has been locked out of the federal HOME program payment and reporting system since late 2017 after federal inspectors raised concerns about Dayton’s administration of the program and its bookkeeping...
Blame the fountain: Dayton pedestrian bridge will cost $2.8M to replace
 Five Rivers MetroPark will spend three times the original cost to replace a popular pedestrian bridge near RiverScape that closed in October for safety reasons. The Deeds Point bridge, which cost about $815,000 and opened in 2003, rusted from the inside after years of being splashed by water from a nearby fountain in the river. MetroPark...

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Five Rivers MetroPark will spend three times the original cost to replace a popular pedestrian bridge near RiverScape that closed in October for safety reasons. The Deeds Point bridge, which cost about $815,000 and opened in 2003, rusted from the inside after years of being splashed by water from a nearby fountain in the river. MetroPark...
Dayton expected to sell downtown property for $10 today
 Dayton’s elected leaders today are expected to sell property in one of the hottest sections of the city to a couple of the city’s busiest developers. Woodard Development and Crawford Hoying, the developers of the Water Street District, want to construct a two-story office building at the corner of Monument Avenue and Webster Street...

Posted: 2 days ago

Dayton’s elected leaders today are expected to sell property in one of the hottest sections of the city to a couple of the city’s busiest developers. Woodard Development and Crawford Hoying, the developers of the Water Street District, want to construct a two-story office building at the corner of Monument Avenue and Webster Street...
Dayton candidate gets OK from board; city will have May election
 The city of Dayton will have a May runoff election after David Esrati succeeded in getting his petitions certified. Esrati will be one of five Dayton City Commission candidates on the May 7 ballot. The top four vote-getters will move on to the November election. Last week, the Montgomery County Board of Elections decided not to certify Esrati&rsquo...

Posted: 4 days ago

The city of Dayton will have a May runoff election after David Esrati succeeded in getting his petitions certified. Esrati will be one of five Dayton City Commission candidates on the May 7 ballot. The top four vote-getters will move on to the November election. Last week, the Montgomery County Board of Elections decided not to certify Esrati&rsquo...
Community council does soul-searching after viral Dayton police video
 A controversial video posted on Facebook of Dayton police arresting two people caused some disagreement and soul-searching from a group tasked with improving relations between police and the community. The Dayton Community Police Council needs the community’s trust and confidence to truly be a bridge between the community and police...

Posted: 6 days ago

A controversial video posted on Facebook of Dayton police arresting two people caused some disagreement and soul-searching from a group tasked with improving relations between police and the community. The Dayton Community Police Council needs the community’s trust and confidence to truly be a bridge between the community and police...
Cruiser cams give more details of viral Dayton police arrest video
 Audio and video recordings from two Dayton police cruisers obtained by the Dayton Daily News and WHIO shed more light into an incident that generated controversy on social media. A cell phone video of two people being arrested near the DeSoto Bass apartments on Feb. 26 went viral after being posted on Facebook. The 84-second video showed...

Posted: 7 days ago

Audio and video recordings from two Dayton police cruisers obtained by the Dayton Daily News and WHIO shed more light into an incident that generated controversy on social media. A cell phone video of two people being arrested near the DeSoto Bass apartments on Feb. 26 went viral after being posted on Facebook. The 84-second video showed...
Dayton sues KKK-affiliated group ahead of downtown rally
 The city of Dayton is filing a lawsuit asking for injunctive relief and a declaratory judgment against the group affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan that wants to hold a May 25 rally downtown. The city wants the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas to declare that the Honorable Sacred Knights of Indiana would violate Ohio law if its members...

Posted: 9 days ago

The city of Dayton is filing a lawsuit asking for injunctive relief and a declaratory judgment against the group affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan that wants to hold a May 25 rally downtown. The city wants the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas to declare that the Honorable Sacred Knights of Indiana would violate Ohio law if its members...
Employment in Dayton area has disappointing streak
 After 62 consecutive months of job growth in the Dayton metropolitan area, year-over-year employment has declined for the fourth-straight month. In January, nonfarm employment in the metro area of Montgomery, Greene and Miami counties was 389,600, or down 600 jobs from January 2018, according to preliminary and seasonally adjusted U.S. Bureau...

Posted: 9 days ago

After 62 consecutive months of job growth in the Dayton metropolitan area, year-over-year employment has declined for the fourth-straight month. In January, nonfarm employment in the metro area of Montgomery, Greene and Miami counties was 389,600, or down 600 jobs from January 2018, according to preliminary and seasonally adjusted U.S. Bureau...
4 certified in Dayton races; Esrati fights to appear on ballot
 The Montgomery County Board of Elections has certified the petitions of four of the five people who filed to run for Dayton City Commission. The fifth isn’t giving up without a fight. Shenise Turner-Sloss, Valerie Duncan and incumbent Commissioners Matt Joseph and Chris Shaw submitted petitions that met the requirements for them to...

Posted: 10 days ago

The Montgomery County Board of Elections has certified the petitions of four of the five people who filed to run for Dayton City Commission. The fifth isn’t giving up without a fight. Shenise Turner-Sloss, Valerie Duncan and incumbent Commissioners Matt Joseph and Chris Shaw submitted petitions that met the requirements for them to...
Owners of tilted Dayton home will have to move
 A couple who lives in a tilted house in West Dayton have agreed to move after an interior inspection by the city concluded it was unsafe. Patricia and John Moreland are going to vacate their longtime home at 2228 Lakeview Ave. in the Miami Chapel neighborhood so it can be demolished by the city of Dayton. City housing officials say the home...

Posted: 11 days ago

A couple who lives in a tilted house in West Dayton have agreed to move after an interior inspection by the city concluded it was unsafe. Patricia and John Moreland are going to vacate their longtime home at 2228 Lakeview Ave. in the Miami Chapel neighborhood so it can be demolished by the city of Dayton. City housing officials say the home...
5 file for Dayton City Commission, but only 4 likely to make ballot
 Five people submitted petitions to run for the Dayton City Commission by the Friday deadline, but one hopeful, David Esrati, is not expected to make the ballot, county elections officials said. “His petitions don’t meet the threshold,” said Montgomery County Board of Elections Director Jan Kelly. “He had 489 signatures...

Posted: 11 days ago

Five people submitted petitions to run for the Dayton City Commission by the Friday deadline, but one hopeful, David Esrati, is not expected to make the ballot, county elections officials said. “His petitions don’t meet the threshold,” said Montgomery County Board of Elections Director Jan Kelly. “He had 489 signatures...
2018 was super hot year for new commerical projects in Dayton
 New buildings for health care companies and colleges were among the top Dayton projects — valued at more than $280 million — started in 2018. Builders, developers and others took out commercial permits valued at more than $284 million, a 31 percent increase from 2017 and more than double the value of projects the city approved...

Posted: 11 days ago

New buildings for health care companies and colleges were among the top Dayton projects — valued at more than $280 million — started in 2018. Builders, developers and others took out commercial permits valued at more than $284 million, a 31 percent increase from 2017 and more than double the value of projects the city approved...
Gem City Market hits membership goal, works with Premier for 800 more
 The Gem City Market is more than a year away from opening, but it has already exceeded its original membership goal. The market wanted to have at least 2,000 members by the time it opened its doors. It has around 2,007, and the project hasn’t yet broken ground. The market, which will be on the 300 and 400 block of Salem Avenue, has...

Posted: 15 days ago

The Gem City Market is more than a year away from opening, but it has already exceeded its original membership goal. The market wanted to have at least 2,000 members by the time it opened its doors. It has around 2,007, and the project hasn’t yet broken ground. The market, which will be on the 300 and 400 block of Salem Avenue, has...
Viral video of Dayton arrest prompts review by community council
 A video posted on Facebook last month of two people being arrested by Dayton police has gone viral, being viewed more than 160,000 times by Thursday. The 84-second video was taken by a bystander about 6 p.m. Feb. 26 at or near Banker Place by the Desoto Bass housing development. It also has attracted attention from the Dayton Community Police...

Posted: 15 days ago

A video posted on Facebook last month of two people being arrested by Dayton police has gone viral, being viewed more than 160,000 times by Thursday. The 84-second video was taken by a bystander about 6 p.m. Feb. 26 at or near Banker Place by the Desoto Bass housing development. It also has attracted attention from the Dayton Community Police...
Planned Dayton boutique hotel, loft apartments seek state tax credits
 A proposed boutique hotel, loft apartment building and Century Bar’s new home plan to go after about $5.8 million in highly competitive state historic tax incentives. One project would bring a hotel product downtown that development leaders for years have said is sorely lacking. The other pair of projects would strengthen sections of...

Posted: 15 days ago

A proposed boutique hotel, loft apartment building and Century Bar’s new home plan to go after about $5.8 million in highly competitive state historic tax incentives. One project would bring a hotel product downtown that development leaders for years have said is sorely lacking. The other pair of projects would strengthen sections of...
Fire Blocks developer: Grocery store coming to downtown Dayton
 The developer of the Fire Blocks District says that a grocery store is going to open on East Third Street, which could please many people who for years have wanted a market to open downtown. A yet-unidentified group has signed a letter of intent to occupy about 4,000 square feet of space at 119 E. Third St. to use as grocery store that will...

Posted: 16 days ago

The developer of the Fire Blocks District says that a grocery store is going to open on East Third Street, which could please many people who for years have wanted a market to open downtown. A yet-unidentified group has signed a letter of intent to occupy about 4,000 square feet of space at 119 E. Third St. to use as grocery store that will...
Dayton couple tries to stop city from demolishing their tilted home
 A couple who live in the Miami Chapel neighborhood are trying to stop the city of Dayton from tearing down their longtime home, which city staff claims is structurally unsound and dangerous. Last month, Patricia and John Moreland were ordered to vacate their home at 2228 Lakeview Ave. after the city’s chief building inspector determined...

Posted: 16 days ago

A couple who live in the Miami Chapel neighborhood are trying to stop the city of Dayton from tearing down their longtime home, which city staff claims is structurally unsound and dangerous. Last month, Patricia and John Moreland were ordered to vacate their home at 2228 Lakeview Ave. after the city’s chief building inspector determined...
Proposed Dayton boutique hotel, Century Bar’s new digs seek tax incentives
 Three Dayton projects have signaled they plan to apply for a combined $5.8 million in state historic tax credits. The largest project is the planned renovation of the Barclay building at 137 N. Main St. into a “branded boutique hotel.” The other projects target the proposed future home of the Century Bar and the Graphic Arts building...

Posted: 17 days ago

Three Dayton projects have signaled they plan to apply for a combined $5.8 million in state historic tax credits. The largest project is the planned renovation of the Barclay building at 137 N. Main St. into a “branded boutique hotel.” The other projects target the proposed future home of the Century Bar and the Graphic Arts building...
City still determining cause of near catastrophic water outage
 More than 12,000 phone calls were received at city and county offices during a nearly catastrophic water main break emergency in mid-February that caused the city to lose 150 million gallons of treated water.. The cause of the break on Feb. 13 still isn’t known, since city crews still haven’t been able to inspect because of its...

Posted: 17 days ago

More than 12,000 phone calls were received at city and county offices during a nearly catastrophic water main break emergency in mid-February that caused the city to lose 150 million gallons of treated water.. The cause of the break on Feb. 13 still isn’t known, since city crews still haven’t been able to inspect because of its...
Mom leaves newborn baby with drugs in system at Dayton hospital, police say
 A baby born at a Dayton hospital that tested positive for narcotics was turned over to state custody after the mother left the facility and did not come back, according to a police report. On Saturday, Dayton police responded to Miami Valley Hospital on a call for assistance. Officers met with a Children Services case worker who needed help...

Posted: 18 days ago

A baby born at a Dayton hospital that tested positive for narcotics was turned over to state custody after the mother left the facility and did not come back, according to a police report. On Saturday, Dayton police responded to Miami Valley Hospital on a call for assistance. Officers met with a Children Services case worker who needed help...
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