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The Columbus Dispatch
Merit scholarships could cost neediest college students
Many colleges are offering more merit aid to recruit high-achieving students - often, advocates say, to the detriment of low-income students.
Sun May 19, 2013
120 mph pursuit ends in crash, trooper injured
An Ohio Highway Patrol trooper suffered minor injuries and two cruisers were damaged during a crash that ended a high-speed pursuit involving a stolen vehicle from Dayton, according to reports.
The Columbus Dispatch
Man dies in fall while rappelling in Hocking Hills
A man who was rappelling at Hocking Hills State Forest was killed on Saturday when he fell 130 feet from a cliff.
The Columbus Dispatch
Civilians to staff combined 911 call center
Columbus plans to consolidate its police and fire 911 call centers and replace uniformed dispatchers with civilians, a move that drew a threat of a political "bloodbath" from the firefighters' union president.
Sat May 18, 2013
National Catholic Reporter
Brazilian court: Rancher convicted of nun's 2005 murder gets new trial
Brazil's highest court has annulled the trial of rancher Vitalmiro Bastos de Moura, convicted of masterminding the 2005 assassination of U.S.-born Sr.
BTAS lands spot on $271 million Air Force deal
A Dayton-area defense firm has landed a spot on a $271 million U.S. Air Force deal, marking it's second major win in the past two months.
Fri May 17, 2013
Memorial service planned at Civil War monument
Civil War Reenactors Fred and Jacquelyn Smith of Youngstown will be the speakers at the annual Memorial Day observance to be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday at the Civil War Monument on the Meigs County Courthouse Lawn The event is annually staged by Brooks-Grant Camp of the Sons of Union Soldiers and the Major Daniel McCook Circle 1804 of the Ladies ... (more)
Seven projects recommended for funding, to create 281 jobs
An advisory committee has pushed through seven recommendations for economic development in the Dayton region.
Science Olympiad brings 5,000 people to Dayton
Thousands have descended on Wright State University this weekend as high school and junior high students compete in science competitions.
Salon Lofts plans two Dayton-area locations
A beauty salon leasing company is moving into the Dayton market with two locations.
Exclusive: Furniture company moving to downtown Dayton
An office furniture company is moving its business downtown in order to be in the center of the region's activity.
UD to build classrooms for new PA program
The University of Dayton is moving forward with a new program for physician assistants after the Ohio Board of Regents approved the new Master of Physician Assistant Practice program.
Thu May 16, 2013
Annual Eclipse Integrity Award winners announced
The Dayton Better Business Bureau has announced the winners 2013 Eclipse Integrity Awards, which honor ethics and integrity of Dayton-area businesses.
New regulations prompt Kettering medical group to outsource work
A Dayton company has outsourced its billing process as coming regulations make it more difficult to maintain compliance, officials say.
Dayton must prepare itself against future base cuts, panelist says
It's highly unlikely a complex base such as Wright-Patterson Air Force Base will be closed under federal base realignment , but it's dangerous to assume missions can't be pulled out.
Doctor to be sentenced in starvation death case
The sentencing for Margaret Edwards, 51, was rescheduled from today after defense attorneys requested a continuance.
Hospice of Dayton buys nearby strip mall
Hospice of Dayton has acquired a small Wilmington Pike strip mall for a potential new entrance to its building.
Cleveland schools move to reward performance more than seniority
Cleveland Teachers' Union President David Quolke is trying to educate members on why the new contract is a good deal Tuesday night, the Cleveland school board unanimously agreed to what city and union officials are hailing as a groundbreaking teacher contract for Ohio.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Brazilian rancher to get new trial in killing of U.S. nun
In this May 8, 2008 file photo, Vitalmiro Moura, a rancher who was tried and convicted of ordering the 2005 murder of American nun and rainforest defender Dorothy Stang, gestures during an interview in Belem, Brazil.
Dayton physician talks about creating healthier workplaces
Dr. Mark Ringle says the path to a healthier workforce might be as simple as moving the garbage can across the room.