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Dayton, Ohio is located in Montgomery County. Zip codes in Dayton, OH include 45413, 45448, and 45401. The median home price in Dayton is $50,000 which is roughly $38/per square foot. More Dayton information.

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1 hr ago | Business Journal

Developer eyes expansion of Dayton CNG station thanks to high demand

CNG Fuel Inc. has operated a natural gas fueling station in Harrison Township only a few months, but is considering expanding it to serve more vehicles. Compressed natural gas is a fuel alternative to gas and diesel, and several such facilities have been in the works in the Dayton region as some municipalities and companies turn to the alternative fuel.

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2 hrs ago | Business Journal

Exclusive: National company to acquire Dayton-area accounting firm

Battelle Rippe Kingston LLP has inked a deal to be acquired by Chicago-based McGladrey LLP.

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6 hrs ago | Business Journal

Dayton hotel prices up from last year, but still cheap in comparison to others

Dayton hotel prices climbed 6 percent from last year, but still rank well below the average price for a hotel nationwide, according to a recent study.

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9 hrs ago | New Hampshire Public Radio -

Community Keeps Calm Despite Questions About Wal-Mart Shooting

While the police shooting of an unarmed black teen in Ferguson, Mo., continues to get considerable attention, another shooting of a black man by white police officers, near Dayton, Ohio, has been met with a more measured response. Beavercreek, Ohio, is a mostly white, moderately affluent city of about 40,000.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Norwalk Reflector

Arrest of 8-year-old heightens concern for school security threats

The felony arrest of an 8-year old Kettering student after bomb threats this month has elevated the issue of school security even more in the minds of parents, educators and law enforcement officials. Authorities in law enforcement, school security and related vocations echoed a child psychologist's thoughts that boy suspected in the two written bomb threats at Oakview Elementary School is "awfully young" to face felony charges.

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WDTN-TV Dayton

DEA: Dayton man arrested for buying $153,000 of cocaine

The Drug Enforcement Agency arrested a Miami Valley man after they say he bought more than $153,000 of cocaine. Agents issued warrants for a home on the 1000 block of Fairview in Dayton, and another home on Crenshaw Drive in Huber Heights.

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4029TV.com

Yuna Lee named 40/29 News Sunrise Co-Anchor

Yuna Lee joins KHBS/KHOG-TV, the home of 40/29 News, as Co-Anchor and Reporter. Lee will co-anchor 40/29 News Sunrise on weekdays with Ben Wagner and Meteorologist Laura Huckabee, while also contributing LIVE.

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Business Journal

Dayton office of defense firm wins $38M Air Force sensors research deal

The local office of a national defense firm has won a $38 million contract to help Air Force Research Laboratory.

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Business Journal

Downtown Dayton restaurant plans move

Agnes All Natural Grill has closed its location at 6 N. Main St. in the lower level of the PNC Center, but it looks to be close to signing a lease for a new location elsewhere downtown. Agnes All Natural Grill, which is run by Jose and Nicole Estremera , has closed its location at 6 N. Main St. in the lower level of the PNC Center.

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Business Journal

Dayton's Brand Madness 2014 First Round kicks off

It's time for the DBJ's readers to choose Dayton's most-loved brand. Voting has kicked off in the first round group A match-ups for Dayton Brand Madness 2014.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

WDTN-TV Dayton

Classic cars taking over Carillon Park

Skip Peterson\Chairman, Concours d'Elegance "We're trying to preserve the history of the automotive and motorcycle history," said Skip Peterson, Chairman for Concours d'Elegance. "Dayton has a tremendous automotive background.

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WDTN-TV Dayton

Pester Plumbing at 1667 Springfield Street in Dayton

Officers were called to Pester Plumbing located at 1667 Springfield Street Saturday before 4 p.m. after an alarm sounded. When police arrived, they met with the owner's father who said that someone came in through the fence after he and the other employees left.

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WDTN-TV Dayton

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Two Dayton parents are in jail after neighbors reported hearing gunfire erupt from their home while two young children were inside. Just before 2 p.m. Saturday, dispatchers received the first of three calls reporting gunshots being fired inside a home in the 4600 block of Ozark Avenue.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

WDTN-TV Dayton

Family Dollar store on North Gettysburg Avenue in Dayton

A man steals $45 worth of detergent from a Dayton store when an employee is distracted by another customer having a seizure. Police were called to the Family Dollar store located at 1028 North Gettysburg Avenue around 8:30 p.m. Friday.

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Business Journal

Region's largest retirement community plots $20M housing project

The largest retirement community in the Dayton region is planning a $20 million project to expand housing.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

WDTN-TV Dayton

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"I don't think we're failing so if you look at an F as failing. I think that sends the wrong signal to the community," said Ward.

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Cincinnati.com

Chris Seelbach, UC, XU students in Dayton reality show

Dayton's WBDT-TV calls its new local reality series "The Valley" because viewers will see plenty of Cincinnati places, Kings Island, the Beach Chris Seelbach, UC, XU students in Dayton reality show Dayton's WBDT-TV calls its new local reality series "The Valley" because viewers will see plenty of Cincinnati places, Kings Island, the Beach Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1s05z29 Dayton's WBDT-TV calls its new local reality series "The Valley" because viewers will see plenty of Cincinnati places, Kings Island, the Beach Waterpark, plus Cincinnati City Council member Chris Seelbach, in addition to many Dayton locations.

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The Columbus Dispatch

2 bars known for violence denied liquor permits

The state has denied liquor-permit renewals for two notorious bars that have been the scene of deadly violence in recent years. In letters dated this week, the Ohio Division of Liquor Control told the Red Zone, at 303 S. Front St. Downtown, and Charlie Bear Land of Dance , at 2885 Olentangy River Rd. on the Northwest Side, that the permits were denied.

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Business Journal

Fast Casual top 100 includes many with Dayton locations

Fast casual restaurants have altered the U.S., dining scene and put added pressure on fast food restaurants and traditional sit-down eateries.

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Business Journal

What is Dayton's most-loved brand? You get to pick

What is Dayton's most-loved brand? Now is your chance to have a say. We've taken 64 of the Dayton region's most famous and iconic brands and matched them up, NCAA tourney-style.

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