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The government shutdown may be over, but a harsh defense budget climate is just beginning to hit Dayton, says U.S. Rep. Mike Turner.
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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.
Environmental and health officials plan to meet with residents of a suburban Dayton neighborhood about vapor intrusion that is causing dangerous indoor air pollution.
Love's Travel Stops has opened a new travel stop in Dayton, OH. Located off I-75 at 2217 S. Edwin C Moses Blvd., the shop is open 24 hours a day.
UP: Thousands of people in this area benefit from Christmas charity each year. But the charities themselves need assistance as they prepare to bring holiday cheer to others.
Twenty communities have been chosen as the first partners in a national initiative aimed at raising the ranks of college graduates.
HONOLULU , December 7, 2013 - Seventy-two years may have passed since the Imperial Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, but the historical shockwaves of the bombs dropped on that Day of Infamy continue to be felt and remembered in Hawaii.
The University of Dayton wants public funds to support a new $4.9 million center for unmanned autonomous systems.
Daytonians can expect to start shopping at Whole Foods Marketplace in spring of 2015, according to the project developer.
DAYTON, Ohio - An appeals court on Friday upheld the conviction of an Ohio woman found guilty of burning her baby daughter to death in a microwave oven.