The City of Dayton has announced the hiring of Tina Neyer as Main Street Director. The Main Street Director position will consist of a variety of administrative, technical, and professional work.
After massive successes in Covington and Newport in 2015, Beyond the Curb is back and this time the wildly popular urban living tour is headed to Bellevue and Dayton.
General Tso's Veal Sweetbreads. Swamp Critters Provencale. Sweet Potato Beignets. Redneck Rockefeller Oysters. Jalapeno Peach Slaw.
Got your attention yet?
River City Development Job Opportunities: Dayton Main Street Manager, Catalytic Fund Officer Manager
There are a couple of new opportunities to work on development in the Northern Kentucky River Cities.
Lincoln Elementary principal Greg Duty gave a presentation on how his students are doing on their reading and math scores, and the results of the response to intervention in grades K thro
The Dayton Independent School District was closed Tuesday due to a threat.
Dayton is aggressively working to bring businesses to its historic business district and last year adopted what is known as the Community Commercial Advantage Program (CCAP) to announce to entrepre
The dream of a community pier along the City of Dayton's riverfront inched closer to reality in recent weeks.
We can now see what the ambitious project could look like.
The Dayton Independent School District received a very special Christmas present right before the holiday -- a $25,000 donation.
The United Way Success By 6 program is being credited as the driving force behind making sure that families have the support they need to help children succeed in school.
It's going to be a busy election season in the Campbell County River Cities, with crowded fields, familiar faces, and some newcomers to keep things interesting in Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Ft.
Dayton Main Street Manager Anthony Cadle has resigned his position with the city and will work across the river in the City of Cincinnati Community and Economic Development department.
For the Northern Kentucky River Cities, 2015 will be hard to top -- but in 2016, it might just happen.
A crowd gathered Sunday on Brooklyn Street hours after a vacant home was torched. Among those checking out the damage was a teenager who drew the attention of Dayton Police officers.
Twelve families had Christmas come a little early this year, as the Bellevue-Dayton Fire Department eschewed a sleigh and offered Santa a fire truck to ride on, with lights and sirens ins