Tim Riordan talks about what he accomplished in his time as city manager and what he still thinks needs to be done.
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The Montgomery County Land Bank says it’s close to starting demolitions on area eyesores.
One group thinks the condition of area roads could hold the key to bringing more major companies to the area.
Learn what you can and can’t put in recycle bins.
They don’t look like much, but those at the Shelby County Jail say they’ve seen some big changes because of them.
What it took to make the more than 100-year-old building useful once again.
2 NEWS gets a first look at some of the changes being made the Dayton International Peace Museum.
An inside look at how Fuyao is transforming the former GM plant in Moraine.
Scratch Food has been in the food business in various forms for a long time, but it wasn’t until three years ago that it started catering to…
2 NEWS talked with Dayton’s new city manager after he was sworn-in.
The city plans to roll out a different rewards program for recycling focused more on neighborhoods.
Refreezing could make area roads slick and eat into salt supplies.
The extreme cold hasn’t completely chilled business at one outdoor complex.
One city has a program designed to look out for some of its most vulnerable residents.
It’s not the cold that often causes water main breaks, but the warm up after the cold.
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — Temperatures so low even the trash cans look cold and now some will be on the curb for an extra day. How rare is it th…
That’s one of the things crews will look at as they investigate the fire that burned for an entire day at a pallet company.