News releases from Dayton Business Journal
Q&A: Dayton homebuilders talk building process
April 16, 2021
Locally owned candle store to open at Fairfield Commons
April 14, 2021
The store will offer handmade scented candles, wax melts, unity candles, memorial candles, diffuser oils, candle-making, candle parties and more.
New episode of DBJ-affiliated podcast hosted by Dan Edwards focuses on downtown's Arcade development.
Workforce development efforts in Montgomery County schools begin as early as kindergarten and elementary grades.
The increase in bond fund reserves, along with other investments, supports the port authority's ability to drive regional economic development through new projects and jobs.
If approved, the project would accelerate a surge of activity for the company, which in November said it planned to unveil four additional Dayton-area communities totaling upwards of 700 lots.
Wright-Patt Credit Union fund names new nonprofit recipients
April 07, 2021
Wright-Patt Credit Union's Sunshine Fund gives thousands of dollars in support to five local nonprofits.
California mortgage lender expands to Dayton, Columbus
April 06, 2021
San Diego-based Guild Mortgage has opened its first two Midwest offices in Ohio – one in Dayton and the other in Columbus.
Local legislators introduce new bill to ease educational transition for military children
April 06, 2021
The bill is the latest of several pieces of legislation that aim to make Ohio more military friendly, which could impact the Dayton region as it is home to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base — the state's...
DBJ partners on Dayton-centric podcast
April 05, 2021
The DBJ has joined forces with Dayton personality Dan Edwards on his podcast: “A Greater Dayton With Dan Edwards.”
Founded in 2014 by Barbara and Bob Mills, the Gala of Hope Foundation has invested more than $5 million toward cancer treatment, patient support and research in the Miami Valley.
Popular Dayton restaurant chain eyes Kettering location
April 02, 2021
Dayton entrepreneur to launch Gem City Selfie Museum
April 01, 2021
When 31-year-old entrepreneur NaAsiaha Simon relocated to Dayton several years ago, she fell in love with the city’s heart.
Wright State University and the University of Dayton scored high marks across several academic disciplines in this year's report, which evaluates graduate programs in business, education, engineering,...
Ohio's first environmental justice academy coming to Dayton
March 31, 2021
The academy is slated to launch in fall 2021 and will initially be operated virtually before transitioning to an on-site format when feasible.
The project was accelerated by an initiative that aims to raise $50 million in the next three years to improve the competitive playing field for HBCUs.
A prominent pet food company is planning a new project that would create more than 200 jobs in the Dayton region.
Chipotle to open new location this summer in Vandalia
March 26, 2021
The six-figure gift will support future music students pursuing programs in keyboard pedagogy or voice as primary performance disciplines.
One of the Dayton area's largest private schools has purchased a nearby building that was once a unique event center.
Dayton-area home DIY projects spike in Covid-19 pandemic
March 22, 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic's impact on the region has varied across industries. But, one industry booming with demand is custom carpentry work within the residential real estate sector.
Three items related to the Dayton Convention Center are on the agenda for a city commission meeting this week. If approved, these agreements and authorizations will solidify the ownership and payment...
Dayton home sales continue brisk streak
March 22, 2021
Home sales across the Dayton region remain strong even with an ever-tightening supply of available properties.
Union Village is a 1,230-acre master planned community based on new urbanism, which includes principles such as walkability, sustainability and quality of life.