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One of the Dayton area's largest accounting firms is merging a Cincinnati firm. Battelle & Battelle LLP, based in Moraine, has merged with Rippe & Kingston, a Cincinnati accounting firm with about 45 employees, the company announced Thursday.
Authorities say at least one person is dead in a house fire on Craig Drive that has destroyed the Kettering home, police said.
As PSA Airlines prepares for major growth, it plans to remain in Dayton. That's good news for local officials who say the region has invested heavily into a relationship with the Dayton-based airline, which is the only corporate airline based in Ohio and has been headquartered in Dayton for 25 years.
The Ohio State Fire Marshal's office says four people have died in a blaze that destroyed a southwest Ohio home.
The album comes, oddly, to me - your humble arts reporter - and not one of the music-department savants.
The Dayton Daily News reports that Kettering Police Lt. Craig Moore says the fire's heat prevented emergency responders from reaching the victim in time early Thursday.
Two Dayton natives have founded a niche clothing line in Kettering that looks to fill a gap in the market.
Dayton Progress, Dayton, Ohio, introduced new DayLube high-performance nano-ceramic grease that is said to significantly extend the service life of lift truck wheel bearings for frozen food processing and handling facilities.
OfficeMax is moving one of its Dayton-area locations. The store has signed a lease for a 14,000-square-foot space in the South Towne Shopping Center on Miamisburg-Centerville Road next to the Dayton Mall, said Tony Michalak, with Brixmor, which owns the center.
The finals are set in the Best Chicken Wings in Dayton competition, with voting open now and lasting until midnight tonight.
Stand-up comic Ryan Singer has a restless, agile mind. A 20-minute conversation finds him musing on subjects such as how teaching fifth-graders relates to comedy; how The Neverending Story teaches that education leads to sorrow and you're lost in this world without luck; stopping by the original Bob's Big Boy at 2 a.m. in hopes of meeting David ... (more)
An engineering firm has opened its first office in the Dayton area and is looking to hire 10 employees.
American Communications is pleased to announce the hiring of John Scully as Senior Vice President, Sales and Professional Services.
Jeffrey Daane has been elevated to president and CEO of Western States Fire Protection Co., a fire-protection systems specialty contractor that is part of APi Group Inc., New Brighton, Minn.
Miami University is seeking state funds for $25 million in new construction. The school's board of trustees approved a funding request for three construction projects.
Claire M. Gilbert, who spent 19 years as a social worker at Springfield State Hospital in Sykesville, Md., until retiring in 2009, died Nov. 6 at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda.