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Big Four accounting firm EY is partnering with the University of Dayton to prepare students for the corporate world and provide them internship opportunities.
Looking to get back on track, the University of Dayton Flyers host the Akron Zips on Saturday, Nov. 25 at 7 p.m. ET.
Baby hippo Fiona’s face is all over a new board book, Fiona’s Feelings, by Blue Manatee Press owner and pediatrician Dr. John Hutton. Photographs of Fiona included in the book show her “expressing” various feelings, such as “happy,” “sad” and “scared.”.
The Montgomery County Animal Resource Center (ARC) is holding its annual ‘Send Them Home Saturday’ pet adoption event on November 25th. In addition, Lucky’s Taproom & Eatery, located at 502 East 5th Street in Dayton, is generously sponsoring this event!
Stop by the Bookstore November 27 - December 1 for savings!
SinclairOnline announces that the academic program known as Accelerate is changing its name to better reflect the flexibility possible to complete a credential at a pace that fits a student’s lifestyle. The new name is FlexPace.
Licensed physicians, certified nurse practitioners and physician assistants who want to prescribe buprenorphine for office-based treatment of opioid use disorder can attend free waiver training Dec. 19-20 at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine.
Wright State University students raised $45,695.21 for Dayton Children’s Hospital during Raiderthon, Wright State’s fifth annual dance marathon, in the Student Union Apollo Room.
Wright State students can let loose, dance for hours, have fun, make new friends and watch great entertainment, all for a good cause.
On Jan. 1, 2018, Montgomery County Environmental Services will initiate an approximate 14% combined rate increase for average residential water and sewer bills in Montgomery County, Ohio. An average Montgomery County residential customer pays about $170 per quarter for water and sewer service, and the rate increase will add about $24 to their quarterly bill in 2018.
Last month, popular manatees Betsy and BamBam left the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden to return to Florida waters. This is good news for the species but bittersweet for divers, care team members and visitors who have become attached to the charismatic animals, especially long-time resident Betsy.
The University of Dayton, 5-5 overall and 4-3 in the Pioneer Football League, plays its final regular season game of 2017 Saturday at Valparaiso. The Crusaders are also 5-5 and 4-3.
Thieving public employees who capitalize on lax oversight have pocketed millions of dollars from transactions with citizens over past decade, according to a special report released recently by Auditor of State Dave Yost.
A bipartisan lawmaker duo seeks to upend Ohio courts' practice of suspending an offender's driving privileges in instances in which the offense is unrelated to driving or using the vehicle in a criminal manner.
House lawmakers seated on the Ways and Means Committee recently heard concerns of individuals who say a plan to make tax exempt gym memberships at facilities operated by charitable, non-profit groups will harm business at for-profit gyms and local governments' bottom lines.
The Ohio Supreme Court heard three oral arguments Tuesday, November 21st, including a one made by a woman contesting the appointment of a guardian ad-litem for her right before her divorce proceedings went to trial.
Two former U.S. Postal employees were sentenced to prison for stealing packages containing marijuana from the U.S. mail and then selling the drugs, said U.S. Attorney Justin E. Herdman.
Ohio motorists who wonder exactly when a posted speed limit change becomes effective may have a more concrete answer if a House bill clears both houses of the Ohio Legislature and makes it to Gov. John Kasich's desk.
Ohio’s mineral resources produced more than $1.6 billion worth of geologic commodities in 2016, according to a newly released report from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The total value of all nonfuel industrial minerals exceeded $1 billion for the third straight year.
The cost of health care keeps some business leaders in central Ohio up at night.