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Around the Miami Valley
11:25 am
Mon June 4, 2012

WYSO Weekend: June 3, 2012

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for June 3, 2012 containing the following stories:

-Jerry Kenney interviews Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus, authors of The Minimalists

-New Ohio Guide: Where North Meets South, by San Hendren

-WYSO's Miller Fellow Jennifer Carlson has a sound portrait of a book release party at Mills Lawn Elementary in Yellow Springs

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Around the Miami Valley
9:09 am
Mon June 4, 2012

Project To Enhance Dayton's Riverfront Raises Nearly $4 Million

The Downtown Dayton Partnership announced that its signature initiative is almost fully funded. The River Run Project has raised 3.8 million dollars from both public and private sector donors. The project is the next phase of development at RiverScape MetroPark, which aims to create a regional downtown destination. It includes the removal of a dam that’s considered dangerous and the construction of two boulder-like structures that along the Great Miami River.

Around the Miami Valley
10:00 pm
Fri June 1, 2012

Enon's Chief of Police Resigns

Enon Chief of Police Troy Callahan resigned Friday evening after serving a week on paid administrative leave.

Around the Miami Valley
12:45 pm
Fri June 1, 2012

What's Great in Dayton: June 1 - 7, 2012

The Dayton Gay Men's Chorus performing in 2009

Downtown Dayton Partnership’s Annual Meeting and Greater Downtown Dayton Plan is today, 3:30-5:00pm, Engineers Club. Come see what's happening in downtown Dayton. Downtown enthusiasts and Plan supporters will deliver rapid visual presentations showcasing all the positive news and momentum in our center city.

And then from 5-10pm is downtown Dayton’s First Friday.

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Around the Miami Valley
3:16 pm
Thu May 31, 2012

Springfield's transit system receives state funding

SPRINGFIELD - The Ohio Department of Transportation has awarded the city of Springfield $300,000 in grant money to be used for the upkeep of the city's buses and bus shelters. The funds are part of a $14 million investment the state is making to 19 different city transit systems across Ohio.

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