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Life Essentials is making a move to downtown Dayton. The nonprofit - which provides guardianship services to those with severe cognitive impairment and who are unble to care for themselves - is relocating to a location at 40 S. Perry St., which also is home to the Montgomery County Medical Society, PACE and several other small businesses.
Four people were arrested Tuesday on drug charges after police said they saw a drug transaction involving the same four less than two hours after they told police they were in town to visit a mall.
Police were dispatched to an apartment complex on Embury Park Drive at about 3:30 p.m. Witnesses tell police a male fired at least three shots during some kind of confrontation.
Taco Bell plans to test a "Power Protein" menu as part of its push to provide choices for people looking to eat healthy.
Mathew Madden, 55, as arrested at a dead end on Park Drive in Dayton after he used a gun to rob a WesBanco Bank branch on South Smithville Road on Dec. 20, 2012, according to reports.
Georgia Marie Kelley Cole went to be with the Lord and her husband on Friday while a resident of The Arbors of Marietta, Marietta, Ohio.
Dayton's food truck explosion has created a lot of new fans, and they were vocal in a recent poll on which food truck is the best.
The center is nearing completion for the official opening this fall of the 138,000-square-foot facility, which includes a four-story 50,000-square-foot office building connected to an 88,000-square-foot world-class electrical power laboratory.
In this May 22, 2013 photo, Ariel Walker, assistant to the city manager for intergovernmental affairs for the City of Dayton, works in her office in Dayton, Ohio.
When Devendra Patel first started working in his brother-in-law's Indian grocery store, he thought customer service was a hassle.
Downtown Dayton has seen some recent changes in its restaurant scene The central business district, though, still has roughly 25 restaurants.
The city of Dayton's municipal golf courses officially have a new leader. Late last week the city named Joe Parlette as director of the department of recreation and youth services.
A local brewpub has gotten national publicity thanks to a WYSO feature from last year, just in time for its one-year birthday.
<![CDATA[CENTERVILLE, Ind. - Robert M. Cramer, age 69, of Centerville, died Thursday, June 13, 2013, at his home after a lengthy illness. Born September 6, 1943, in Dayton, Ohio, to Clarence James and Anna Marie Feller Cramer, he lived in Centerville, Indiana, since 1994. Bob was a graduate of Chaminade High School in Dayton, earned a bachelor's degree in business from Wright State University and a master's degree in business from the University of Dayton. He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving in Vietnam. Bob was a financial advisor and owner of Structures and Strategies in Centerville, Indiana. He worked for Bank One Capital in Indianapolis, Kemper Financial in Columbus, Ohio, and was the Financial Director of the City of Dayton. Bob was a former board member of the Special Olympics of Dayton. He enjoyed his work, reading, hunting, and the outdoors. Bob loved his family and each one had a special place in his heart. His focus was always on others and not on himself. Survivors include his wife, Robin K. Dancer Cramer, to whom he was married December 4, 1993; children, Lisa (Jody) Guirrino of Dayton, Ohio, Cami (Hobie) Sears of Kettering, Ohio, Cara (John) Dues of Kettering, Ohio, Robert Sean Payne of Hamilton, Ohio, Jeremy Dancer of Richmond, and Jessica Wilson of Centerville, Indiana; 17 grandchildren known to him by their nicknames, Coobunner, Frog, Dimes, Truck, Teacup, Twitch, Jewwa, Pelt, Plug, Dinkydoo, Brogan, Carrot, Hobbit, Dessire, Cara, Jordan, and Katie; five great-grandchildren; brother, John (Kathy) Cramer of Oregon; nieces; nephews, including Rhino and Bubba; and many friends. He was preceded in death by his father; son, Billy Cramer; brothers, Tom and Cliff Cramer; and his beloved hunting dog, Macee. Visitation for Robert M. Cramer will be from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, 2013, at Mills Funeral Home, 405 East Main Street, Centerville, Indiana. Funeral service will be at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, 2013, at Mills Funeral Home with Chaplain Jon Hudnall officiating. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Fort Jefferson, Ohio, with military honors provided by the Wayne County Honor Guard. Memorial contributions may be made to: American Cancer Society, Wayne County Unit, 4567 Progress Drive, Columbus, IN 47201. Condolences may be sent to the family via the guest book at www.doanmillsfuneralhome.com.
Police responding to a call of shots fired found Frederick D. Watson, Jr. slumped over between the passenger and driver's seat of a vehicle.
Michigan State football picked up its ninth commitment on Sunday when running back Vayante Copeland pledged to sign with the Spartans in the Class of 2014.