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Employees of FRP Constructors LLC use a four-wheeler ATV with a small crane to install a fiber reinforced polymer trail bridge at a private residence with limited access.
A would-be Dayton microbrewery and cidery is looking to crowdsource its startup funds.
Still putting the finishing touches on the property, the 33,000 square foot gaming spot boasts two floors complete with a formal dining room and food court.
Zach Jones is the type of new-age entrepreneur you typically see coming out of Hollywood or the music industry.
The 16th-annual AleFest Dayton is set for this weekend and the festival has released its full list of beers set to be served, with more than 100 craft beers on tap.
WDTN-TV Channel 2 has added Dayton-area native Katie Kenney to the Living Dayton team as its newest co-host.
A police officer placed on leave after the fatal shooting of a man at a Wal-Mart store also was involved in a 2010 fatal shooting in which he was not indicted after evidence showed he acted in self-defense, authorities confirmed Thursday.
Fox Architects has been awarded a contract with Emerson Climate Technologies to build a new $20 million innovation center on University of Dayton's campus in Dayton, Ohio.
Justin Bayer is in New York City tonight preparing for a national business pitch competition that could help his local education company get funding to grow.
The University of Dayton wants to bring multiple rounds of the NCAA Tournament to Dayton during a three-year span starting in 2016.
Printing is a different kind of business these days, but not in the kinds of ways you would expect, says Jeffrey Relick.
The Dayton Business Journal is polling readers to find out which hospital in the region they prefer most.
A southwest Ohio man who pleaded guilty to killing a 16-year-old boy last year has been sentenced to 22 years to life in prison.
Dayton is projected to have 79 this year. That's more than the last two years, which saw 61 and 62, but still less than the city's peak of 92 in 2011.
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Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 08:29 am
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