News in Dayton Ohio
News in Dayton
The concerts will temporarily move to the campus of St. Leonard, 8100 Clyo Road, while improvements are made at Stubbs Park.
Step into the spotlight and join us for an unforgettable evening of dance, glamour, and philanthropy at Dayton's Dancing with the Stars, benefiting A Special Wish Foundation of Southwest Ohio.
Downtown is a hot spot for on and off-court action and it all starts First Friday, March 1!
Scythian returns to get Dayton nation ready for St. Patrick's Day with their friends Arbo! We sold out in advance last year, so get your tickets NOW!
Get ready for the ultimate showdown—the Buckeye Vodka Battle of the Bartenders is BACK February 28, and it's going to be EPIC!
JUST ANNOUNCED — An Evening With Phil Rosenthal Of "Somebody Feed Phil" LIVE at Victoria Theatre on May 5. Tickets go on sale Feb 16 at 10am, grab yours before they're gone.
Erma Bombeck's recipe for writing a good column, "Hook 'em with the lead. Hold 'em with laughter. Exit with a quip they won't forget."
Blue Berry Cafe, a staple of the Bellbrook area, will open the doors to their new restaurant in Kettering this week, located in the former Golden Nugget space.
Mark your calendars for April 8, dust off your eclipse glasses, and get ready to experience Dayton buzzing with eclipse fever.
Dogs, you can take your human on a guided tour through Woodland Cemetery! This pawsome event combines exercise, education, and epic doggy fun.
Hands-on activities, rocket launches, presentations, hot air balloon glow and more April 8 - Experience the Solar Eclipse at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force!
DINOSAURS IN MOTION will be open daily Feb. 17 - May 13 engaging visitors of ALL AGES to learn, discover and create!
As the nation prepares for Super Bowl LVIII, here's a little local NFL trivia. Did you know Dayton was the site of the first game in the NFL?
The featured personalities are sure to inspire and amaze! Don't miss The Adventure Summit Feb 9 & 10
A recent study by Americans for the Arts reveals the surprising economic power of art in Dayton, with a $239 million impact.
A new digital gift guide is now available to help plan the perfect downtown date night.
Dayton area residents Jennifer Schmidt and Sara Anderson have collaborated to write a nonfiction children's book about autism, scheduled to be released on March 12th.
The Dayton Arcade has been awarded a $13.9 million tax credit from Ohio's Transformational Mixed-Use Development (TMUD) Program.
Summertime Shuffle: The City of Centerville announces temporary event locations during Stubbs Park improvement project.
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill welcomes February with a menu that tantalizes the senses, just in time for Valentine's Day.