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Significant snow expected to hit area this weekend

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer The Miami Valley region could see up to six inches of snow by the time the new Super Bowl champions are crowned Sunday night, according to Rich Wirdzek, Storm Center 7 meteorologist. Light snow is expected to start falling late tonight and continue into Sunday morning with early accumulations being very small, Wirdzek said.
Jan 30, 2015

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Ribbon-cutting next week for new Dayton Mall store

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer MIAMI TWP. - A retail shop called Simply Hyacinth will host a ribbon-cutting and open house on Thursday, Feb. 5 at its new location at 2800 Miamisburg-Centerville Road in front of the Dayton Mall. The 3,800-square-foot shop, located behind Rusty Bucket Tavern and Winans Chocolate, sells clothing, accessories, artwork and accent furniture.

Nelly's Chicken moving to Centerville next month

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer Nelly's Chicken at 37 Alex Road near Ohio 725 in Miamisburg is moving to the former Savona/Root 48 space at 79 S. Main St. in Centerville in March, the restaurant has announced on its web site. An employee at Nelly's confirmed the move but referred other questions to the restaurant's owners, who could not be reached this morning.
Jan 30, 2015

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Jan 30, 2015

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Season jobs open in rec department

daytondailynews.com — By STAFF STAFF Miamisburg - Seasonal positions are available at several sites and programs associated with Miamisburg Parks and Recreation Department. The Sycamore Trails Aquatic Center, the Mound Golf Course are looking for workers, as are programs such as special events, day camp and traveling playground.

New salt barn could save taxpayers money

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer WASHINGTON TWP., Montgomery County - A planned $90,000 road salt storage facility could save taxpayers money, while also preparing the township to avoid road salt shortages during future winter seasons. The new facility would allow the township to stockpile salt, said Michael Wanamaker, public works director for Washington Twp.

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Marina Seafood & Wings to open next week

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer WEST CARROLLTON - A new restaurant called Marina Seafood & Wings is scheduled to open Tuesday, Feb. 3 in West Carrollton, owner Jafar Shaqra of Washington Twp. said today. The restaurant is located at 654 E. Dixie Drive, in a building that formerly housed a Taco Bell and which has been vacant for about three years.
Jan 30, 2015

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Candidates visit Wilmington, city hit hard by recession

daytondailynews.com — By Jackie Borchardt Columbus Bureau WILMINGTON - There was little surprise among residents here that the community was chosen to be the backdrop for a discussion about the U.S. economy with Republican presidential candidates on Saturday.
Jan 30, 2015

Flashback Friday: I visited Wilmington 3 years ago and wrote about its post-recession struggle daytondailynews.com/news/news/stat…

Appeals court: Ohio school can deny student's medical degree

daytondailynews.com — The Associated Press CINCINNATI - A university in Ohio can deny a medical degree to a student if the school decides that the student lacks "professionalism," a federal appeals court ruled. The 6th U.S.
Jan 30, 2015

6th US Circuit Appeals court: Ohio school can deny student's medical degree for "lack of professionalism" AP: bit.ly/1BAaXdP

Archer's Tavern to add 2nd location in Cornerstone of Centerville

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer CENTERVILLE - The owners of Archer's Tavern in Centerville announced this afternoon that they have signed a letter of intent to open a second tavern at the Cornerstone of Centerville development at Wilmington Pike and Feedwire Road.
Jan 29, 2015

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Jan 29, 2015

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School board to hold student roundtable

daytondailynews.com — By Staff Staff Xenia - The Board of Education of the Xenia Community City School District will hold a student roundtable at 7 a.m. Friday, Jan. 30, at the Xenia Board of Education, 819 Colorado Dr. Following the meeting there will be an executive session to discuss the evaluation and compensation of personnel.

MVRPC seeks community input on bike plan

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer A series of public meetings will be held in February to take input about the region's bikeway system. The Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission is hosting the sessions in a bid to update its Comprehensive Local-Regional Bikeways Plan. It's the first update MVRPC has attempted since adopting the plan in 2008.

Job seekers, employers pack aerospace, manufacturing job fair

By Lot Tan
daytondailynews.com — By Lot Tan Staff Writer CINCINNATI - More than 500 job seekers and 62 employers exchanged handshakes Thursday at the Southwest Ohio Aerospace and Manufacturing Career Fair in Cincinnati. The Southwestern Ohio Aerospace Region was one of 12 regions nationwide to receive a federal designation last year from the government program Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership.
Jan 30, 2015

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Kettering offers new treatment for brain tumors

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer Kettering Medical Center is offering its patients a novel new procedure that allows surgeons to treat malignant tumors deep within the brain that were previously considered inoperable. The minimally invasive NeuroBlate System from medical device maker Monteris Medical uses a laser-probe inserted into a small incision in the skull that heats and kills tumor cells located with an MRI machine.
Jan 30, 2015

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4 statewide elected officials come out against marijuana vote

daytondailynews.com — Columbus bureau COLUMBUS - Four Republican statewide leaders came out strongly against legalizing marijuana in Ohio and they took shots at a proposed constitutional amendment that would name just 10 growing sites for legal pot. Attorney General Mike DeWine called it a "stupid idea" and Treasurer Josh Mandel said while it might lead to increased Girl Scout cookie sales, it's a bad idea.
Jan 29, 2015

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Portman to keynote Dayton Chamber’s annual meeting

daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, will be the featured speaker on April 13 at the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting, according to a media release. Chamber officials will present a summary of the region's 2014 business successes, as well as the organization's goals for 2015.

Brown, Portman team up to help Columbus land Dem convention

daytondailynews.com — Washington Bureau WASHINGTON - Ohio's two U.S. senators Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman have teamed up to urge the Democratic National Committee to pick Columbus for the 2016 Democratic National Convention. The two sent a letter to DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., urging her to pick Columbus over Philadelphia and Brooklyn - the two other finalists for the convention for the week of July 25, 2016.

Price: Mesoraco to catch 145 games

cincinnatireds.blog.daytondailynews.com — By Hal McCoy Because of the physical abuse, the battering the position inflicts upon the body, conventional wisdome is, "Momma don't let your babies grow up to be catchers." The Mesoraco Clan doesn't adhere to that advice and Cincinnati Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco says, "I wouldn't want to play any other position.