January 2007

The Oregon District might finally fill up

The most important piece of economic development news in years: Fifth Street Deli may get permit after all On Friday, the Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Liquor Control overruled the city’s objection and ordered the application process to continue. … The ruling states that the city commission failed to show evidence that the applicant Read More

From the ashes?

Dayton Politics went AWOL about a month ago- after it was offered to the public. Today- I stumbled upon a new site- www.daytonwatchdog.com, which seems dedicated to bashing Congressman Mike Turner. From their about page: Watchdog » About Watchdog journalism refers to forms of activist journalism aimed at holding accountable public personalities and institutions whose Read More

South Park will be the next big thing.

I sit here, on the eve of entering my 21st year in South Park. It was Jan 28th 2006 that I bought my home. Never did I think that 20 years later, I would still be here. While I’ve seen, and been a part of an amazing transformation of this neighborhood- the e-mail that arrived Read More

An opportunity for someone?

The Golden Nugget on Keowee had a sign in the door that they will close on Jan 28, 2007 due to family health issues. It’s one of the places people meet for business breakfasts in Dayton- and will be sorely missed. Of course, the Golden Nugget at S. Dixie and Woodman Dr. in Kettering will Read More

Letter to the Editor: Act of protest seems to be lost art

Today’s paper had a shortened version of what I sent in- here are both versions: Know what to do if person has a seizure; Learning trades should be option; Death penalty needs re-examination; Act of protest seems to be lost art Act of protest seems to be lost art Re “Theater audiences are free to Read More

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