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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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RV and camping retailer to open super center in Huber Heights
A Lincolnshire, Ill.-based RV and camping goods retailer will soon open a location in the Dayton area.Coke: 1Q Earnings Snapshot
The Atlanta company said it had net income of 32 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to 47 cents per share.Humane society gets big donation
Buy a car - help save animals. It's a simple concept that went full throttle for a month and a half.Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity's Music Festival Rocks ArtStreet
ArtStreet Amphitheater came alive Saturday night as the University of Dayton community came together to enjoy local performers at Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity's debut music festival. As the first year of the event, Phi Mu Alpha worked to ensure fluidity of the festival and enjoyment for attendees.Woman loses 2nd Chihuahua to neighbor's dogsLarger dog is one of 11 man owns. Today at
The 1-year-old dog named Ace was chained outside shortly after 12:30 p.m. when a dog, also named Ace, came from across the street in the 5300 block of Dushore Drive and ripped the smaller dog off the chain and ran with it in its mouth. After the larger dog's owner, identified as Jeffrey Cox, got his black Labrador retriever mix back inside, another of Cox's 11 dogs got out and charged the Chihuahua owner and her husband, who had to fend it off the second dog with a metal chair until Cox could secure it, according to a Dayton police report.Vendors room at 2018 Augusta Toy and Comic Show
The convention was held at the Hilton Garden Inn on Steven's Creek Road. The afternoon was packed with panels, costume contests, trivia, and more.Weimer to speak at veteransa museum -
The Miami Valley Veterans Museum will host John Weimer, executive director of Emergency & Trauma Services and director of Procedural and OB Services at Soin Medical Center Kettering Health Network, at its monthly coffee and doughnuts at 9 a.m. May 2, at the museum, 107 W. Main St., Troy. Prior to joining Kettering Health Network, Weimer worked in health care organizations in the greater Dayton region, Cincinnati, and Los Angeles, Calif.CVS expands safe drug disposals in Ohio -
CVS Health announced that the company has expanded its safe medication disposal program to locations inside 28 CVS Pharmacy locations in Ohio to help facilitate proper and timely disposal of opioids and other medications that could otherwise be diverted or misused. The CVS Health Foundation will also provide an $85,000 grant to Cleveland's Neighborhood Family Practice, a network of community health centers, to support opioid addiction recovery.Video store employee robbed by man with knife in Dayton
It happened at the Family Video Store on Wayne Avenue near Erie Avenue just before 11:00 p.m. Friday. He's described as a between 5'6 and 5'8 , skinny with a dark mustache and brown hair.Names released of man, woman fatally shot oustide Dayton bar
According to regional dispatch, police were called to the Blue Note Jazz Club on Lakeview Avenue just after 3:30 a.m. Saturday on reports of a shooting. The Montgomery County Coroner's office have identified them as 29- year-old Darion Harris and 28- year- old Ashley James.Lawmakers urge Air Force to choose Wright-Patt for new mission with 400 jobs
Officers are now engaging community leaders and attending neighborhood association meetings. Leading to what DPD says in a 5 percent decrease in crime.After helping to kill the Red Baron 100 years ago, a Canadian hero finally get his due
While there's some debate over who dealt the final blow to the infamous First World War ace, Canadian fighter pilot Arthur Roy Brown is being recognized for his service and legacy. A section of the fabric triplane of the Red Baron.Police: Man who won more than $11K loses out because he was trespassing
DAYTON, Ohio A man who won a pile of cash did not get to enjoy his fortune Friday morning. Police were called to Hollywood Casino near Needmore Road and Wagner Ford Road shortly before 2:00 am Friday on a report of a disorderly person.DBJ Bizwomen Insiders' Club luncheon in Dayton
The Dayton Business Journal held a Bizwomen Insiders' Club luncheon this week at the Steam Plant in Dayton.Arrests a " April 20
Charging information is obtained from the Hancock County Jail. If you have questions about a charge listed here, call the sheriff's department at 317-477-1147.Vta Releases Names Of One Small Voice Participants
Victoria Theatre Association announces the names of 22 female musicians selected to participate in ONE SMALL VOICE: WOMEN WHO ROCK. ONE SMALL VOICE strives to provide women singers and songwriters, ages 13 and up, with private coaching and recording opportunities that will ultimately give participants the confidence to follow their own music journey as solo artists.
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