Eric Schwartzberg, Dayton Daily News

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Dayton Daily News

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Recent articles by Eric:

Holiday shopping season spending expected to surpass previous years

Area malls and shopping destinations will be begin offering extended shopping hours today through the holiday season as projections show consumer spending could smash previous records. → Read More

Miamisburg spring festival back on for 2022

Festival was canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19 issues. → Read More

Holiday travel expected to rise despite COVID concerns, gas prices

Despite recent health warning, AAA poll shows COVID worries have dropped dramatically in Ohio → Read More

Turkey prices jump before Thanksgiving; family farms seek to gobble up local market

Those looking to put a turkey on the table this Thanksgiving could see significantly higher prices than in years past. → Read More

Honda dealership near Dayton Mall to move into newly constructed facility by next spring

A new location for a popular vehicle dealership is under construction near the Dayton Mall. → Read More

ODOT I-75 bridge repair to stretch until fall 2022

Dual bridge repairs on Interstate 75 over Edwin C. Moses and Carillon boulevards near the Great Miami River will take about 10 months to complete. → Read More

Candy shop revamps downtown Miamisburg storefront

A downtown Miamisburg business wrapped up on Thursday an extensive renovation to its storefront. → Read More

Zoning for car dealership could be ‘catalyst for development’ in Miami Twp.

A Mazda dealership is proposed for the former site of Danbarry Cinemas behind the Dayton Mall → Read More

20-year-old elected to local school board

2019 West Carrollton High School graduate beat out two other write-in candidates → Read More

Riverside income tax request leading early

A 1% income tax increase request Riverside to pay for police and fire operations is leading with nearly 63% of those who have cast ballots voting to approve the measure, according to unofficial absentee results by the Montgomery County Board of Elections as of 8:54 p.m. → Read More

Owner of local malls emerges from bankruptcy

Nearly five months after filing for Chapter 11, a Columbus-based real estate investment trust that owns two Dayton-area malls has emerged from bankruptcy → Read More

Spectrum hiring 150 customer service representatives in Kettering

Spectrum announced today it is hiring 150 customer service billing representatives at its Kettering location. → Read More

Police detective wins local, state honors in less than a week

Todd Comer named Miami Twp. Police officer of the year; also given state award from Ohio Attorney General → Read More

West Carrollton council candidates focus on business growth

There are four seats up for grabs; three names will appear on the ballot, and there are two write-in candidates. → Read More

Event center opening inside former Miamisburg bank

A new event center is making its debut inside a historic Miamisburg building. → Read More

Miamisburg to upgrade aquatic center with splash pad

Miamisburg is adding a new attraction to Sycamore Trails Aquatic Center next year just in time for the facility’s 25th anniversary. → Read More

Ohio School Boards Association leaves national agency over dispute

OSBA cites value in public input for schools, says dealing with any disruption should be done at the local level, not by federal officials. → Read More

Cincinnati golf retailer expanding footprint into Dayton area

The largest specialty golf retailer in Cincinnati is expanding to the Dayton area and its founder says innovation and a willingness to invest are what has helped the company survive and thrive. → Read More

1 injured after vehicle crashes into Dayton building

DAYTON — One person was taken to the hospital after a vehicle crashed into the side of a Dayton home early Sunday morning. → Read More

Gas prices hit 7-year high; experts say hike likely to continue

Gas prices are up compared to a month ago and expected to continue to rise for the next several months, experts say. → Read More