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Recent articles by Eileen:

UD students raise money, grant wishes for three ill children

A class of University of Dayton students raised over $18,000 this semester to help three kids in A Special Wish Dayton have their wishes granted. → Read More

Higher education incentives intend to keep students in college attract high school students

Sinclair Community College, Edison State Community College and Wright State University all offered additional incentives to students this year. → Read More

New UD performing arts center to be named for Marion’s Piazza CEO

UD plans to have a $45 million performing arts facility at the corner of Main Street and Stewart Street. → Read More

Sports nonprofit aims for $9.5 million facility in Fairborn

Plans call for five full-sized basketball courts, two classrooms, a fitness gym, a barbershop, two batting cages and four soccer and baseball fields. → Read More

Huber Heights to celebrate new skate, bike park Saturday

Huber Heights is holding a soft opening on Saturday for their new bike and skate park on Fishburg Road. → Read More

UD hires Dayton native for president of diversity and inclusion

University of Dayton named Dayton native Tiffany Taylor Smith as its new vice president for diversity and inclusion. → Read More

140-house plan in Yellow Springs takes another step forward

Oberer Homes is continuing to work on developing 55 acres of land south of Yellow Springs. → Read More

Local nonprofits going solar, partnering with UD student group

Oak Tree Corner is the third local nonprofit to add solar panels in partnership with UD's student chapter of the national group RE-volv → Read More

Waste fees rising for out-of-county users for first time in 24 years

Out-of-county residents will pay a higher fee to put their trash at the Montgomery County Solid Waste District transfer facility in Moraine. → Read More

Building a stronger neighborhood: Hope Center for Families set to open

A new center is opening in northwest Dayton next week to serve the area. → Read More

Huber Heights looking for replacement city manager

The city of Huber Heights still does not have a full-time city manager since the previous city manager abruptly resigned in March, and the current interim city manager is leaving for another position. → Read More

Huber Heights unveils Veterans Memorial to public Saturday

Huber Heights is opening a Veterans Memorial on Saturday morning. → Read More

Jan. 4 vaccine deadline for large companies: Here’s what local, state leaders are saying

OSHA says the rule will cover more than 80 million employees and will prevent over 250,000 workers from being hospitalized with COVID-19 in the next few months. → Read More

Yellow Springs school tax issue fails

Yellow Springs voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted against a combined income tax and levy to build a new combined K-12 school building. → Read More

Monday is last day to vote early, in all-local election

Monday is the last day to vote early at your local county's board of elections. → Read More

Fairborn library mural sparks debate over use of federal money

Fairborn is spending $15,000 of American Rescue Plan Act dollars on a mural for their library's exterior wall. → Read More

Ohio reports 3,421 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday

Ohio’s coronavirus cases continue a downward trend as 3,421 COVID-19 cases were reported Saturday to the Ohio Department of Health. The 21-day average is 3,856 cases. → Read More

Biggest money in election is for human services levy, Dayton mayor

The Human Services Levy Campaign spent $430,332 in the past four months to support renewal of the $73 million Human Services levy that’s on Montgomery County ballots on Tuesday, campaign finance records show. → Read More

College enrollment drop in US the largest two-year decline in 50 years

Some local colleges and universities have seen lower enrollment this year, while others have bucked national trends. → Read More

‘Micro-credentials’ aim to close workforce skills gap

University of Dayton, Sinclair Community College and Clark State College are offering or plan to offer classes that incorporate these skills the corporate world says their workers lack. → Read More