Cornelius Frolik, Dayton Daily News

Cornelius Frolik

Dayton Daily News

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  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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  • Daily Gazette

Recent articles by Cornelius:

Streets near City Hall closed for bomb scare; crews find no danger

Dayton Bomb Squad and police crews investigating a suspicious backpack in downtown Dayton Tuesday. → Read More

Dayton wants archeological investigation for potential $400M development site

Dayton wants archeological investigation for potential $400M development site → Read More

New Dayton true-crime podcast will seek leads about cold cases

Dayton Police Department working with Zach Curry and veteran broadcaster Butch Brown → Read More

Karl vs. Karl: County auditor race heats up

“I think my years of experience makes a really big difference,” he said. The auditor is the county’s chief fiscal officer, assessor and is responsible for paying the county’s bills, distributing taxes collected by the county treasurer and preparing annual financial statements. The office is in charge of determining property values for taxing purposes and transferring property deeds. The… → Read More

Dayton’s poverty rate is among worst in U.S.

Dayton's poverty rate among worst in U.S. → Read More

JUST IN: Well-known developer plans new townhomes in Wright Dunbar where Wright brothers had shop

Housing news: Simms plans new townhomes in Wright Dunbar → Read More

Dayton has battle plan to fight ‘hooning,’ automobile ‘clown acts’ on Gettysburg

Dayton has battle plan to fight ‘hooning,’ automobile ‘clown acts’ on Gettysburg → Read More

Ohio job growth among worst in U.S. for past year; Dayton hiring slows to crawl

Ohio job growth among worst in U.S.; Dayton hiring slows to crawl → Read More

Dayton police to launch license plate readers this week

Dayton police will activate the department's controversial automated license plate readers this week. → Read More

Dayton Mayor Mims defends gaveling; Commissioner Fairchild responds

Dayton mayor defends gaveling; commissioner responds → Read More

Many area jobs do not pay enough to afford rent, report shows

Analysis: Many Dayton jobs do not pay enough to afford rent → Read More

Resident comments show opposition to Dayton license plate readers

Community members have mixed feelings about license plate readers proposed for Dayton → Read More

Dayton City Commission says it will deprioritize enforcement of abortion laws

Dayton may not prioritize abortion law enforcement → Read More

Looks can be deceiving when it comes to Dayton nuisance properties

Looks can be deceiving when it comes to Dayton nuisance properties → Read More

Dayton jazz fest today canceled due to incoming storms

The Dayton Jazz Festival scheduled for this afternoon has been cancelled because of expected bad weather. → Read More

Dayton police vow to end ‘hooning’ on city streets, other property

Dayton police vow to end ‘hooning’ on city streets, other property → Read More

Welcome Stadium revamp to break ground this week

Dayton Public Schools plans to spend about $11 million upgrading the facility. Welcome Stadium opened in 1949, and the most recent revamp was a $3 million project in 2008. Smith said the first phase is underway, and crews are tearing out the stadium’s track and will soon replace the track and the turf field. The stadium renovation project will occur in phases to avoid displacing students during… → Read More

City chips in $580k to help consolidate child care centers in East Dayton

City chips in $580k to help consolidate child care centers in East Dayton → Read More

Dayton Police seek recruits after highest turnover in at least 7 years

23 officers leave Dayton Police Department, the most departures in a long time → Read More

Video shows man — charged with drag racing — wreck Dodge Viper in Dayton

The video shows the two vehicles revving their engines before flooring it. The Dodge Viper lost control, swerved in front of the vehicle it was racing and went off the east side of the roadway, hitting a pole and another vehicle, according to a traffic crash report. Debris from the crash also hit a third car. The two parked cars that were damaged were in a lot in front of a business. Since 2018,… → Read More