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One of Dayton's newest salons is planning a major expansion. Salon J Ladner plans to move from the 700-square-foot space at 37 S. St. Clair St. in the St. Clair Lofts into the 3,000-square-foot corner space at 45 S. St. Clair St., said owner Joshua Ladner.
1 hr ago | WDTN-TV Dayton
The Humane Society of Greater Dayton received a complaint last week about the animals at a complex in the 3200 block of Wilmington Pike.
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6 hrs ago | Business Journal
A Dayton-based tech firm has landed a $1.2 million deal from the U.S. Air Force.
"Right now, they've effectively passed it so we'll have to figure out where to go from there," said Ted Bucaro, Government and Regional Relations Director for the University of Dayton.
Emerson Climate Technologies and the University of Dayton announced the $35-million global technology innovation center Wednesday morning.
"I didn't see nothing. I was just coming under the overpass and my window exploded.
Police were called to 633 West Grand Avenue just after 11:00 a.m. on the report of a dog bite.
Dayton has offered up two sites for the potential housing of immigrant children crossing the border from Mexico.
After its acquisition of Acree Daily Integrated Systems in May 2014, Xentry has positioned itself as a nationwide provider of comprehensive security technologies and services to end-user clients.
A Dayton man is accused of leaving his infant son in the car while he went shopping for a loaf of bread.
Senate passes highway bill, sends it back to House Highway bill is expected to clear Congress before lawmakers adjourn for August recess.
There's a new interactive map helping you see where tornadoes have touched down.
Dayton's mayor and its congressman have continued to spar over Dayton potentially housing immigrant children.
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton needs to boost the use of 62-bed in-patient hospital, where the occupancy rate has been about 45 percent.
A local precision machine shop has landed about $280,000 in military work. Kettering-based Starwin Industries was awarded two orders for radomes, which are composite body parts that protect radar units or antennas.
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Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:22 am
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