Nick Blizzard, Dayton Daily News

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Recent articles by Nick:

Work-from-home job shift brings battle to change decades-old Ohio local income tax law

Local income taxes generated by jobs at thousands of businesses in Ohio are at the heart of a debate pitting state legislatures against local leaders and their statewide advocates. → Read More

Group: Change in Ohio’s work-from-home income tax law would invite business ‘nightmare,’ hurt cities

Criticism of state bills amid coronavirus comes days after Synchrony Financial announces plan nearly 1,900 jobs to leave Kettering. → Read More

Oakwood school water retests negative for Legionella bacteria

School district among those testing positive earlier for bacteria that can cause pneumonia after buildings went largely unused due to COVID-19. → Read More

Company’s move from Kettering may signal new business model for cities seeking, keeping jobs

Synchrony Financial plans to have employees permanently performing jobs from home after coronavirus pandemic subsides. → Read More

City manager: Business leaving Kettering amid COVID-19 with $120M payroll

Synchrony Financial will take with it nearly 1,900 jobs as part of a shift to have its global workforce perform jobs at home, an outgrowth of the coronavirus. → Read More

Work-from-home plan by business with nearly 1,900 Kettering jobs expected to hit city hard

A major employer in Kettering has announced it will have its workforce perform their jobs at home after the COVID-19 pandemic ends. → Read More

Fatal suburban police chase: Convicted Dayton woman claims mental illness, attorney quits appeal

Woman convicted in death of Warren County realtor killed in 2018 police chase wants sentence reduced → Read More

JUST IN: Centerville, Kettering change boundaries after county, state approval

For decades, some Centerville and Kettering properties have been located within both Dayton-area suburbs. → Read More

ODOT seeks input on Kettering bridge project’s land, detour effects

ODOT: Some permanent right-of-way required for work on 38-year-old Kettering bridge. → Read More

Stein Mart loss has Kettering center eyeing ‘all spectrums’ to replace largest tenant

Town & Country may need to 'get creative' to keep competitive in changing retail landscape. → Read More

Demonstrators in downtown Dayton to protest Jacob Blake shooting

Event organized by local political group to support man shot in Kenosha, Wisc. → Read More

Police: 3 more confess in rash of thefts of BLM, Biden, LGBTQ symbols

Pair from Kettering detained earlier after 17 residents are listed as victims in the crimes reported on nine streets. → Read More

NEW DETAILS: What to know about Stein Mart closing and Town & Country

The 112-year-old company that is Town & Country's largest tenant has announced it is going out of business. → Read More

Update: Missing man is found safe, Centerville police say

Anthony M. Kunka has not been seen since Tuesday night after he left his Centerville home, police said. → Read More

JUST IN: Fallen Kettering soldier honored with Ohio 48 dedication

Fairmont High School grad and U.S. Army officer James E. Groves III died in Afghanistan. → Read More

Kettering school board cuts credit requirements for graduates

Kettering students are set to begin remote-only classes Sept. 8 due to the coronavirus. → Read More

Rash of thefts of Black Lives Matter signs reported to Oakwood police

Seventeen residents are listed as victims in the crimes reported on nine streets on Aug. 21, according to Oakwood police records. → Read More

NEWS DETAILS: Centerville reopens golf course restaurant after coronavirus shutdown

Yankee Trace Clubhouse Grill closed earlier this month due to public health and safety precautions. → Read More

NEW DETAILS: How Stein Mart plans to close Kettering, other stores in business shut down

112-year-old discount retail company filed for bankruptcy, cited coronavirus and other issues. → Read More

Study: Technology used by local business vastly reduces coronavirus within hours

Centerville business says clientele for COVID-19 technology has grown by 400% since March 1. → Read More