Ed Richter, Dayton Daily News

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Dayton Daily News

Liberty Township, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Ed:

Interest rates up, but Dayton-area housing market remains hot for sellers

Dayton area home sales volume up despite fewer homes sold in April → Read More

Building material delays, rising costs causing issues for local school building projects

Franklin schools to delay opening of new high school due to backlogs in building materials → Read More

Lebanon considering new medical marijuana regulations

Lebanon holds public hearing on medical marijuana regulations → Read More

Judge gives verdict in Warren County child stabbing case

Warren County woman on trial in stabbing of 3-year-old boy → Read More

Miami Valley Council Boy Scouts opt to close, sell off Woodland Trails camp

Miami Valley Council Boy Scouts opt to close, sell off Woodland Trails camp → Read More

State approves brownfield grant for Towne Mall redevelopment project

State approves brownfield grant for Towne Mall redevelopment project → Read More

Springboro buying land to partner with Clearcreek Twp. for new fire station

Springboro to purchase land to partner with Clearcreek Twp. for new fire station → Read More

Ex-Springboro superintendent sentenced to three years probation for theft in office

Ex-Springboro superintendent sentenced to three years probation, restitution → Read More

Franklin latest local city to pursue higher license plate tax

Franklin council poised to raise license plate fees → Read More

Franklin latest local city to pursue higher license plate tax

Franklin council poised to raise license plate fees → Read More

Housing developer files lawsuit against city of Lebanon

In its resolution to hire the Columbus-based law firm, city officials said the requirement to use granular fill instead of natural fill for sewer trench backfills beneath roadways was adopted by council in July 2006. The resolution said City Council believes it is in the best interest of residents to “require developers to construct quality road surfaces that do not require subsequent major… → Read More

COMMUNITY GEM: Springboro woman helps students through tough times

“She helps students and their families struggling with mental health, or any other issues that could be barriers to learning,” Nicley said. She’s also seen Grothjan “literally give a student the shirt off of her back.” Even as Grothjan was “off” work after having her knee replaced, she had struggling students on Zoom meetings with her so they could work though their anxiety, Nicley said. “Kids… → Read More

Skyrocketing construction costs hit Lebanon sewer project

It’s going to cost Lebanon ratepayers a lot more money to build the new Glosser Road Pump Station and Booster Station project as construction costs continue to soar. → Read More

Kettering Health celebrates recent stretch with no COVID-19 patients

Kettering Health celebrates new statistic: Zero COVID-19 patients → Read More

Warren County Commission incumbent faces longtime local mayor in GOP primary

Former Lebanon mayor Amy Brewer is challenging incumbent Warren County Commissioner Tom Grossmann who is seeking re-election to a third term on the Board of County Commissioners. → Read More

Area housing development described as ‘resort like’ expanding

A high-end housing development between Centerville and Springboro is expanding with new homes. → Read More

Main Street Deli is back in business

But they were still looking for a permanent site to reopen. His friend and customer, Greg Coffman, who owns the Marketplace Express/Marathon, talked about re-opening the deli there. “I can’t say enough about Greg,” Swank said. “It’s a win-win for both of us. I think we’re going to do all right.” He said he expects his family deli business will do cross-promoting and marketing with Coffman’s gas… → Read More

Carlisle community and school leader Jimmy Allen dies at 73

“He was such a good person,” Hook said. “Talk about a guy that was a Carlisle Indian everyday. We talked a lot and I appreciated his friendship. He was something special. Carlisle lost a real warrior for the city and the school district.” Hook said he had a lot of admiration and respect for him, adding Allen “was always all in about the schools and the kids.” Warren County ESC Superintendent Tom… → Read More

Carlisle community and school leader Jimmy Allen dies at 73

“He was such a good person,” Hook said. “Talk about a guy that was a Carlisle Indian everyday. We talked a lot and I appreciated his friendship. He was something special. Carlisle lost a real warrior for the city and the school district.” Hook said he had a lot of admiration and respect for him, adding Allen “was always all in about the schools and the kids.” Warren County ESC Superintendent Tom… → Read More

Springboro chamber leader resigns after less than a year

Springboro Area Chamber of Commerce searching for new executive director → Read More