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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.
Note-worthy Music Center will close its doors Dec. 31 after being part of downtown for 30 years.
Think you're smartphone is safe because you installed a security app? Better think again.
Dayton-based chain Milano's Atlantic City Submarines is set to open in West Chester, in the former Marlin & Ray's space at 7701 Voice of America Centre Drive, on Jan. 13 .
The government shutdown may be over, but a harsh defense budget climate is just beginning to hit Dayton, says U.S. Rep. Mike Turner.
After abruptly ending a three-year contract, the Department of Veterans Affairs awarded two task orders to a Dayton-area firm to meet the requirements of its veteran-owned small business program, according to the Washington Business Journal.
A longtime downtown Dayton retailer is planning to move to the suburbs. Hauer Music is moving out of its building at 120 S. Patterson Blvd. after selling it to the Dayton Metro Library to use for administrative offices.
DRIVING THE DEALERS OUT OF THEIR CITY... NEW VIDEO TONIGHT OF A POLICE PURSUIT IN WARREN COUNTY! IT WAS A WILD RIDE FOR FRANKLIN POLICE... WL-WT'S KARIN JOHNSON IS LEADING THE WAY... WITH HOW IT ALL GOT STARTED.
The tiny square of spotted, yellowed fabric was once part of the lower left wing of the world's first maneuverable, piloted airplane, the Wright Flyer.
DAYTON, OHIO: Profits generated by Ohio charities on bingo games have dropped steadily in recent years, according to state statistics.
A new-age clothing inventor hit his crowdfunding goal and will soon begin making products.