The Spirit Lives . . . Oh the tales these old Huffman houses could tell. Creaky hinges and floorboards are eager to share the stories they’ve recorded for more than a century. Follow Huffman Historic Neighborhood’s residents of today as they translate the moans and groans of some of Dayton’s oldest and grandest homes. Put on your favorite walking shoes and join us for a unique tour of the Huffman Historic neighborhood with a spirited flair. … [Read more...]
The Home Builders Association of Dayton is excited to bring the 2014 Homearama Luxury Edition to Auteur Estates in Clearcreek Township in beautiful Warren County. With the incredibly harsh and long winter the Dayton area experienced at the end of last year and the beginning of this year’s building season, combined with an uptick in the Dayton region home building activity which has created a limited, skilled labor pool impacting schedules, the show, originally scheduled for September, will be delayed to October 17th through November 2. The complexity of the homes has not deterred the builders … [Read more...]
Our power to affect change in this world can often feel limited. Child abuse, disease, natural disaster…at times, so many problems can feel too big for one person to impact. But this November, we have an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of tens of thousands of people right here in Montgomery County with our votes. Our votes FOR Issue 11, the Montgomery County Human Services levy, will protect quality programs and critical services to people in need in every community in Montgomery County. That’s a big deal. Issue 11 provides human services that include early diagnosis and … [Read more...]
There is so much more to Dayton than you know, and it’s just waiting for you to discover it, support it, and make it home.
In the process of developing final engineering plans, RiverScape River Run partners discovered new opportunities to improve the project, including improved access to the Great Miami River, a better experience for whitewater paddlers and stronger ties to the riverbank. Many of these opportunities weren’t available when the initial concepts for RiverScape River Run were being developed due to other downtown construction projects, such as I-75. The improvements will require some modifications to the project design. As before, RiverScape River Run will feature two structures that span the Great … [Read more...]
As best we know, here's where you'll be welcome at strangers doors in funny looking costume in search of candy.
For many, October signifies the start of fall... People begin enjoying pumpkin "everything" and start thinking up amazing Halloween costumes. While I, too, partake in pumpkin latte, cheesecake, pie, cookies, etc. binge eating, and spend hours online trying to find the perfect, creative costume for my son, I also celebrate my wedding anniversary and my husbands birthday (along with eight other birthdays in our family). But this year, October means something more than fall flavored goodies and special days... This year I've come to recognize that October is "Breast Cancer Awareness" month.During … [Read more...]
City of Dayton residents (homeowners) have the opportunity to have a large shade tree planted for free. The City of Dayton has 360 2” caliper shade trees available. Once planted, the tree becomes the responsibility of the homeowner. Trees can be planted in the public right-of-way or front yard, near the right-of-way. All trees must be planted away from overhead utility lines to avoid future problems. Once planted, the homeowner is responsibile for the tree care, watering, and maintenance. These 2” caliper trees require lots of water to get the roots established in your yard. According to … [Read more...]
GhostlightCoffee and MostMetro are excited to team up with @DaytonInspires & @DaytonGram this fall with an Instagram contest featuring our incredible city!
The last week of September, libraries, booksellers, publishers, writers and readers celebrate free access to ideas and information with Banned Books Week.