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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 isn’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.

Population: 141527
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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Towns/Cities near dayton, ohio : Englewood Beavercreek Xenia Kettering Tipp City Drexel Miamisburg Vandalia Springfield Oakwood

Dayton News
New Amish Historical Romance Release

Contact: Molly Jebber, 937-830-0855 DAYTON, Ohio, Feb. 23, 2018 / Christian Newswire / -- Liza's Second Chance - Liza, a widow, suffered a bad Amish arranged marriage. She vows never to marry again and never to share her secret, until she meets Jacob, a widower, who is fighting battles of his own.

Wright-Patt continues to monitor water contamination threat, city of Dayton identifies another hazard

In the two weeks since a potential threat of water contamination was identified at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, officials are continuing to monitor the situation and the city of Dayton has found another possible hazard near its fire training facility.

Psychologists say surge in school threats a a copycat effecta

DAYTON, Ohio - A phenomenon known as the "copycat effect" is prompting arrests and heightened security at schools across the United States, following the killing of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. Psychologists have been studying the pattern of threats and violence following high profile incidents since the Columbine High School massacre in 1999.

A school shooter, in his own words: 'I wasn't wanted by anyone'

When he stole a gun from his great-grandmother, he said he never intended what he ultimately did with it. A sophomore who said he was a friend of the alleged shooter in a Butler County High School said he was shocked.

Moraine Police looking for armed robbery suspects

If you're wanting to make some home improvements there is one place to find all kinds of ideas under one roof. This year's Miami County Home DAYTON, Ohio - Police are looking for three men who they say were armed with guns and robbed a business in Moraine Friday.

Daylight saving time 2018: Seven things to know about - springing forward'

Daylight Saving Time is this weekend, and that means residents in the Dayton area need to move their clocks forward. You may want to store up some extra sleep in the next few weeks because you are about to lose an hour of it.

New bishop named to Beavercreek -

Clark Taylor of Beavercreek has been named the new bishop of the Beavercreek Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His counselors are Frank Aleccia and Robert Hughes.

Still Time to Sign Up for Dayton Contest University

Student registration remains open for the 2018 Contest University , Thursday, May 17, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Dayton, Ohio - the day before HamventionA in Xenia. The all-day session for contesting veterans and newcomers will touch on all aspects of Amateur Radio contesting.

School removes posters showing body silhouettes, crime tape

A display of posters with silhouettes of bodies surrounded by crime scene tape depicting an Ohio high school's sports victories over its rivals has been removed from the school. Belmont High School in Dayton on Tuesday removed the display, which was put up in a building hallway over the weekend.

Insurance When Traveling

Accidents, injuries and life's unexpected events are problem enough when you are home, but what happens if the incident occurs when you are If your kids are getting ready to start school or if your a parent looking to transfer them somewhere else, then teachers and staff at Incar Accidents, injuries and life's unexpected events are problem enough when you are home, but what happens if the incident occurs when you are on vacation? 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.

OhioMeansJobs to host Dayton construction career fair

The Montgomery County division of OhioMeansJobs will host a career fair for construction trades next week.

Dayton city commissioner Joey Williams steps down

Joey Williams, a mainstay of Dayton city commission since 2002, is stepping down from his post effective Feb. 23 due to work duties.

Don't lose your tax refund falling for this IRS scam, here's how to avoid it Source: Cox Media Group

DAYTON, Ohio - A sneaky new scam involving tax refunds is spreading, and it means you need to keep a close eye on your bank account. There are several variations of the scam: unexpected refund deposits to your bank account using compromised bank routing information, suspicious paper checks coming in the mail and, in one case reported in Maryland, it appeared a fraudulent refund check had been deposited using a smartphone.

Man sentenced for role in 2016 murder of Middletown mother

A man found guilty in connection to the murder of a Middletown mother in February 2016 was sentenced on Wednesday. Curtis Burdette was sentenced to 25 years for his actions in the shooting death of 29-year-old Brittany Russell.

Manufacturers to American Workers: We're Hiring

For manufacturers in America, the past year has been transformational. We hear it every day from manufacturers of all types, from large iconic brands in big cities to family-owned businesses in small towns: We've never been this optimistic about the future.

Paranoia undoubtedly a certain part of parenting

Before Orville and Wilbur Wright spread their wings, they ran a small bicycle shop in Dayton, Ohio. They were cutting edge, both the Wright brothers and bicycles.

Parent outrage over a oeinappropriatea posters at Belmont High School

DAYTON, Ohio - Once emblazoned on the wall at Belmont High School: caution tape, cut-outs bodies with winning sports scores written on them, and signs reading: "Let the bodies hit the ground" and "cap those cougars". Parents say the signs, which went up in support of Belmont sports teams, are inappropriate and too suggestive of gun violence.

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SPECTRUM High Speed Internet service is available in Dayton, Ohio. With SPECTRUM Internet it's more affordable than ever before to stay connected, surf, stream and game without breaking the bank or worrying about Internet Security. Residents of Dayton, Ohio can sign up for SPECTRUM Internet and enjoy fast speeds, big savings and the comfort of Internet Security software. What's more, SPECTRUM High Speed Internet service enables Dayton residents to select the Internet Package that best suits their needs. Whether you and your family simply require a basic connection to surf the web and check email, or you like to stream, game and watch TV online, SPECTRUM Internet service has the package for you. Plus, With the freedom to choose a great Internet package and the peace of mind of knowing that your connection is secure, SPECTRUM Internet offers Dayton a great Internet product, for less.

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