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Dayton Daily News

Jefferson Township, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Thomas:

It’s on: Ohio governor accepts wager with governor up north

I-O, Gov. DeWine. On Ohio’s side, DeWine offered Buckeye Pizza from Adriatico’s on the OSU campus; Stewart’s Root Beer, which was founded in Mansfield in 1924; and the iconic Jumbo Cream Puffs from Schmidt’s Sausage Haus in Columbus. In 2021, he bet an assortment of Ohio-made sweets, including cream puffs from Schmidt’s, black raspberry chip ice cream from Graeter’s in Cincinnati,… → Read More

Beavercreek’s Matrix Research lands big Wright-Patt sensors contract

Beavercreek company lands $12 million AFRL 'MUSTER' contract → Read More

Donald Huber, longtime local builder, died Saturday at age 90

Longtime local developer Donald Huber dies at age 90 → Read More

Manufacturing expansion proposal in Miamisburg ‘largest’ in recent memory

Unnamed companies have big plans in Miamisburg and Moraine → Read More

Tax Credit Authority boosts Honda expansion with $71.3 million tax credit

Ohio Tax Credit Authority approves credits for Honda, along with projects in Franklin and West Chester → Read More

Third Frontier Commission funds two local companies harnessing AFRL tech

Local companies with AFRL tech win Ohio Third Frontier Commission funding → Read More

Consumers office says AES Ohio wants $100 million from customers in ‘deferred expenses’

Consumers office says AES Ohio seeks $100 million from customers in 'deferred expenses' → Read More

Here’s what US senator is asking for to stop Dayton-area mail thefts

Senator urges restoration of postal patrol route protection in wake of thefts → Read More

AFLCMC seeks to speed use of electric flying vehicles

Wright-Patterson's AFLCMC calls for information on electric flying cars → Read More

OHIO’S BIG WIN: Honda’s new $4.4B electric battery plant to bring 2,500+ jobs about 50 minutes from Dayton

Honda unveils plans for EV battery factory, retooling of existing auto production → Read More

Turner appoints former governor Taft to Afghanistan War Commission

Taft will be one of 16 commission members appointed by members of Congress, Turner’s office said. The commission was established under the fiscal year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act to examine key decisions in the war in Afghanistan and to make recommendations for Congress and policymakers, Turner’s office said. → Read More

‘Declare Dayton’ group declares that Dayton needs unity

Declare Dayton rallies for unity on Courthouse Square, in worship service → Read More

Sugarcreek Twp. plans statue of Jim ‘Pee Wee’ Martin

Sugarcreek Twp. plans statue of James 'Pee Wee' Martin as part of Veterans Memorial Park. → Read More

Ferguson Construction’s downtown move represents ‘commitment to Dayton’

After four decades in Harrison Twp., Ferguson Construction plans downtown Dayton move → Read More

Local defense contractors pull in nearly $150 million total in new wins

Azimuth, of Beavercreek, won a federal contract award for $98,716,370 from the Air Force for materials research and survivability studies, the Department of Defense said Wednesday. Another Beavercreek contractor, DRS Advanced ISR LLC, was awarded a contract with a ceiling of $29,815,751 for hardware, repairs and support of the AN/URC-145A(V)1 Joint Tactical Terminal-Integrated Broadcast Service… → Read More

Amazon remains committed to Wilmington Air Park hub, study says

Amazon remains committed to Wilmington Air Park hub operation, report states → Read More

$6M in bonds approved for new downtown parking at Delco building

Port Authority trustees approve $6 million in bonds for new downtown Dayton parking → Read More

Air Force 75th anniversary: How Dayton saved what became Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

How citizens of Dayton saved what became Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. → Read More

Rains breaks long enough to allow Holiday at Home parade to shine

“I just love the Holiday at Home Parade,” Clark said. “It’s a lot of fun.” The parade theme this year was “Dog Days of Summer,” but at least in that regard, the weather did not cooperate. Temperatures were relatively cool under cloudy skies as parade participants staged at the Towne & Country Shopping Center parking lot. The University of Dayton’s Pride of Dayton marching band is a Holiday… → Read More

Kettering native named first female ‘chief of the boat’ in U.S. Navy history

Kettering native named first female 'chief of the boat' in US Navy history → Read More