Nick Blizzard, Dayton Daily News

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Past articles by Nick:

How area cities are responding to loss of neighborhood trees

Property owners in several suburbs facing issues with loss of trees from aging, tornado, other factors. → Read More

Oakwood gives sweet treat business near UD extended late-night hours

Bakery business featuring deluxe cookies with ice cream opened first Dayton-are site this spring. → Read More

Downtown Fairborn projects, businesses a focal point for city ARPA money

Vitality of city entertainment and community events hub a concern for Fairborn city and business leaders. → Read More

First Planes, Trains & Automobiles festival planned in Riverside

First festival focused on travel planned at park near Wright-Patterson, National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. → Read More

Oakwood permit values top $13.5M for second straight year

Oakwood City Schools, Wright Memorial Public Library renovations help fuel increase in permit numbers. → Read More

Oakwood seeks new AD in job switch involving school district finances

Athletic director taking No. 2 treasurer job after job departures to Centerville and Kettering. → Read More

Kettering lays out hiring steps, salary range for new school superintendent

Kettering’s top education administrator plans to retire at end of school year. → Read More

U.S. 35 down to one lane at times; some roadwork goes until August

ODOT says traffic between Dayton and Beavercreek expected to be impacted by lane closings scheduled through August. → Read More

Wetlands group’s Fairborn land donation aims to expand nature trail

Beaver Creek Wetlands Association wants to give Fairborn 67 acres in effort to gain $1.3M Clean Ohio grant. → Read More

Oakwood updates property code to protect home, business values

Aging upscale Dayton suburb saw nearly $14M in building permit value reinvestment in 2021. → Read More

Kettering school board has special meeting tonight on superintendent search

Kettering’s top education administrator plans to retire at end of school year. → Read More

New Fairborn parking laws start in March; violators face fines

Fines of new guidelines to start next month vary depending on violators response with police. → Read More

Kettering adds funds to keep police crisis intervention job, aid mental health cases

Police say pilot crime-fighting program started more than a year helps reduce the number of arrests, clear jail space for more serious offenders and cuts the number of court cases. → Read More

NEW DETAILS: Kettering schools OKs child care rate hikes for those with district jobs

Childcare costs to increase for those with jobs in Kettering City Schools; rates for more popular program used by students’ parents unchanged for now. → Read More

Cornerstone of Centerville upscale apartments nearing occupancy

Cornerstone Apartments and Dogwood Commons combine for $65M in business investment, will join Cabela’s, Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants, Costco, Kroger and Wright-Patt Credit Union at sprawling complex. → Read More

Fairborn council meets in Kentucky, sets course for coming years

Mayor: Three-day session at Covington Holiday Inn allows city council to “totally concentrate on our goals and objectives.” → Read More

JUST IN: Famous comedians among shows coming to Fraze Pavilion

Steve Martin, Martin Short, Jeffrey Osborne, Peabo Bryson and Justin Moore scheduled to perform at Kettering outdoor concert venue. → Read More

Crime drops in Oakwood for 2021; hit-and-runs way up

Violent and property crimes down 20% in 2021 in heavily residential city bordering Dayton. → Read More

Kettering, Oakwood plan to swap land near West Dorothy Lane

Boundary issues discovered during reconstruction of bridge would require Montgomery County approval. → Read More

Dayton man has religiously backed Bengals Super Bowl dreams for decades

Chaminade-Julienne grad’s family has had Cincinnati season tickets for more than 50 years. → Read More