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About: dayton, ohio

With over 140,000 residents, Dayton ranks as the sixth-largest city in the state of Ohio. The city hosts several different industries, including aerospace, aviation, defense and healthcare. The city was nicknamed the "Gem City," although the origin for the nickname isn’t quite clear. The biggest employer in the city is Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, which has nearly twice as many employees as Premier Health Partners. The Vectren Dayton Air Show happens each year in Dayton, and it's one of the largest air shows in the country.

Population: 141527
Local Newspapers: The Dayton Daily News Courier
Local Sports Teams: Dayton Dragons, Dayton Gems, Wright State Raiders
Local Colleges: State UniversityUniversity of Dayton, Wright State University

Zip Codes associated with dayton, ohio: Dayton Short Description
Towns/Cities near dayton, ohio : Englewood, Beavercreek, Xenia, Kettering, Tipp City, Drexel, Miamisburg, Vandalia, Springfield, Oakwood

Dayton News
Dayton-area women empower each other at Mentoring Monday

Women rooting for other women was a main theme at the second annual Bizwomen Mentoring Monday About 150 women attended the Dayton Business Journal event, held at Sinclair Community College, where women at any level in their career had the opportunity to make connections with female business leaders from all over the Dayton region.

Wrong About Wright

Judging from what we've been told in history books, when the Wright Brothers invented powered flight, they were rewarded with parades, medals, and headlines. But that's a lie.

Dayton 'Black Lives Matter' protesters to appear in court today

Ten protesters arrested in the Dayton suburb of Beavercreek in December will have a pretrial hearing in Greene County this morning. For Ohio Public Radio, WYSO's Lewis Wallace reports.

Townview Baptist Church at 1173 Guenther Road in Dayton

Dayton Police are looking for the people responsible for breaking the windows at a church and trying to get inside the building. When officers arrived, they found the windows on the east side of the church were broken and jagged glass was scattered on the ground.

WWII heroes to give congressional gold medal to Ohio museum

In this Nov. 9, 2013 Richard Cole, center, proposes a toast with two other surviving members of the 1942 Tokyo raid led by Lt.

Local Easter egg hunt provides venue to share information about pet rabbits

Today's Easter Egg Hunt at Jane Newcom Park was a huge success despite the brisk, breezy Dayton weather. Overseeing the festivities, which are sponsored by the Patterson Park Civic Association, was Lord Fezziwig Grantham.

Cashland at 2933 Linden Avenue in Dayton

According to police, a masked man wearing gloves broke into the store with a crow bar, went behind the counter, and took a TV off a stand. Police said he was in and out of the store in less than two minutes.

Why military wants to spend billions on new Air Force One

Boeing 747 planes become Air Force One when the commander in chief is aboard. The current planes are getting old, and the Pentagon wants to buy new ones.


The suburban ranch-style home in Ohio where humor writer Erma Bombeck launched her nationally syndicated column has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. Her alma mater, the University of Dayton, says a local preservationist approached Bombeck's children at last year's Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop at the school.

Community center gives kit to help save overdose victims

East End Community Center is gearing up for community project D.A.W.N., which stands for death avoidance with naloxone. Naloxone is a nasal injection that can revive someone who has over dosed on opiates like heroin.

Spring hiring: nearly 20,000 open jobs in Dayton

The year is off to a strong start with nearly 20,000 open jobs in Dayton, according to numbers newly released from the state.

Dayton Freight Introduces Expedited Service

DFXpedited Service, or DFX, will serve all of North America, using cargo vans and tractor-trailers to same-day flights and air charters, the company said, adding that the service is designed to address same- and next-day needs for fast and efficient shipping. "DFX is designed to offer around-the-clock service for urgent, on-demand situations.

Tooling company buys Dayton building for expansion

A tooling company in east Dayton has bought a building and plans to grow into it after renovations.

How much has Greater Cincinnati grown in population during this decade?

Greater Cincinnati's population grew by 0.5 percent between 2013 and 2014, making it the second-fastest growing region in Ohio behind Columbus, according to population estimates released by the Census Bureau Thursday.

Report: Daytonians need to get healthier

A new report released Thursday ranks the county 70th out of the 88 Ohio counties in health outcomes. It ranks 51st in health factors.

Fire leaves half of Kettering Tower without power

A fire Thursday morning in the tallest building in downtown Dayton is disrupting business for many of the legal, financial and service businesses in the Kettering Tower.

Xenia bouncing back after two deadly tornadoes

Wednesday evening Moore Oklahoma was hit by another tornado. It's the third tornado to hit the heart of the town in the past 16 years Catherine Wilson was a child during the 1974 Xenia tornado.

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Living in the 21st century means people are bombarded with choices all the time. But Time Warner Cable knows that keeping your life simple is the best thing they can offer. By bundling your digital services like cable TV, high speed Internet and home phone services together, customers can save money and time. Imagine if you were able to get your electric, gas, water and trash bills all on one statement. Time Warner Cable in Dayton , Ohio , makes your life simpler, and allows you to have more money to spend on other things.

Time Warner Cable in Dayton , Ohio, understands that people just want low prices, high-quality products and convenience. The billing is easy, with easy to understand items and no hidden charges.

The local fans of Dayton Angels (MLB), Dayton Ducks (NHL) and other notable sports teams will get plenty of high-definition TV coverage. Fans will also able to check their teams scores online using Time-Warner Cables high-speed Internet. Residents of Dayton need to be connected all the time

When you sign up with Time Warner Cable for digital cable TV in Dayton , Ohio, you will get all of the best channels your entire family loves to watch. Some of their best features include their Look Back® option, which allows viewers to watch select prime time shows within 72 hours, even if they didn’t record it on their DVR.

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