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With over 140,000 residents, Dayton ranks as the sixth-largest city in the state of Ohio. The city hosts several different industries, including aerospace, aviation, defense and healthcare. The city was nicknamed the "Gem City," although the origin for the nickname isnâ€™t quite clear. The biggest employer in the city is Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, which has nearly twice as many employees as Premier Health Partners. The Vectren Dayton Air Show happens each year in Dayton, and it's one of the largest air shows in the country.
Local Newspapers: The Dayton Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Dayton Dragons Dayton Gems Wright State Raiders
Local Colleges: University of Dayton Wright State University
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Report: Dayton among top metros for STEM professionals
Dayton is one of the best regions for science, technology, engineering and math professions, according to a recent ranking.Law enforcement around the country travel to pay respects to fallen Westerville brothers
Early this morning, local and police and law enforcement from counties all over the state gathered for a trip to the funerals of the two Westerville officers who were shot and killed last week. According to an article by , the law enforcement all met at the Dayton Airport Expo Center with a convoy organized by the Miami County Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and the Montgomery County Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.Concern over proposed food stamp changes
The latest government budget includes a new approach to the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance program - better known as SNAP, or food stamps. It will cut back on the amount of cash given to people buy groceries.Man indicted for threatening social media posts toward judge
Prosecuting Attorney Mat Heck, Jr. said Friday 24-year-old Devin Wilson of Dayton has been indicted for making threats toward a Juvenile Court Judge on social media. Prosecutors say on February 2 Wilson posted threats against Juvenile Court Judge Anthony Capizzi on social media, using an alias of "Ball Meezy."Miami Valley juniors take part in Make a Difference in Your Community Day
A group of Junior Leadership Dayton students tour the Dayton Foodbank during "Make a Difference in Your Community" Day February 16th, 2018. DAYTON, Ohio - A program here is helping prepare the next generation of leaders.Dayton health experts to discuss future of health care
The health care scene in Dayton is under stress - from the closing of Good Sam Hospital to an opioid epidemic - and now more than ever we need to focus on what the future holds.Dayton-area university to host career fair with over 100 companies, organizations
Cedarville University will host one of the region's largest job fairs next week.Dayton-area Starbucks property sells for $1.3M
Two months after the sale of two other Starbucks properties, a third Dayton-area location of the coffee chain has been sold.Home healthcare company closing all Ohio operations, laying off 37 in Eaton
A home health care company is closing all its operations in Ohio and laying off hundreds of workers, including dozens of employees who work in the Dayton area.This week in odd news: Pizza stalker and the stolen thumb
A woman who led police on a chase told arresting officers that she was Mother Mary en route to pick up Baby Jesus and had permission from God to speed. WDRB-TV cites an arrest report saying a Kentucky trooper attempted to pull over 52-year-old Connie Allen, of Tennessee, on Saturday, but she ignored him.Two Dayton-area business leaders appointed to Cleveland Fed board of directors
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland has appointed two Dayton-area business leaders to serve on the board of directors for the banking system's Cincinnati branch.DCDC 50th Anniversary Performance
They are celebrating 50 years next week with a one-night only performance you do not want to miss! The information, advice and answers displayed in the Living Dayton section of WDTN.com are those of individual sponsors and not WDTN-TV/Nexstar Media Group, Inc. WDTN.com presents this content on behalf of each participating Living Dayton sponsor. Sponsored content is copyrighted to its respective sponsor unless otherwise indicated.RE: CPYFRMSTMF & character conversion
If the data remained in 1252, how would a 37 job know how to display it? The PF is 65535, so there's nothing to tell the OS what encoding the data has. -----Original Message----- From: dlclark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dlclark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2018 10:37 AM To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion Subject: RE: CPYFRMSTMF & character conversion "MIDRANGE-L" wrote on 02/14/2018 11:20:58 AM: academic question I've been wondering is, how are standard English characters in the 1252 CCSID text file readable in the 65535 CCSID There is a difference between conversion and translation.Collaborative workspace in downtown Dayton gains national recognition
A collaborative workspace in downtown Dayton is gaining national recognition. Project 444, a shared collaboration space on East Second Street, was recognized as one of six "Innovators" at the Association of Defense Communities' Installation Innovation conference in San Diego this week.Q&A: Erica Jones, Generation Dayton Featured Professional of the Month for February
Erica Jones has been named Generation Dayton's featured professional of the month for February.Former CSU president establishes fund -
Former Central State University President John W. Garland and his wife, Carolyn Farrow Garland, have established the John W. Garland and Carolyn Farrow Garland Non-Endowed Fund through the African-American Community Fund of The Dayton Foundation. With an initial gift of $51,000 from the Garlands, the fund will provide financial support to Central State University to assist with supporting student academic financial needs, the endowed chair named in honor of Garland, and CSU community engagement activities, among other interests of the donors.Watch Five Kids Do a Killer Cover of Slayer's 'Raining Blood'
The noted heavy metal icon Whitney Houston once crooned, "I believe that children are the future. Teach them well and let them lead the way."
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