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Education
6:32 am
Mon February 24, 2014

Miami Valley Colleges And Universities Seek Millions In State Capital Funds

A large statewide proposal for state of Ohio funds for colleges and universities was released in January that includes $50 million in requests from the Dayton area. The capital budget, as it’s called, is a biennial funding process to pay for long-term investments and infrastructure upgrades.

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The Economy & Business
6:34 am
Fri January 3, 2014

Dayton Area Seeks $30 Million In State Building Funds

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 The Dayton area has proposed $30 million worth of economic development projects for Ohio’s 2015-2016 budget. It’s the first time in five years local groups have had a chance to request construction funds, and the governor’s Office of Budget and Management (OBM) is going through over 100 proposals from around the state now.

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Around the Miami Valley
6:46 pm
Tue August 20, 2013

Sumayah Chappelle Makes Debut at Big Lens Film Festival

Local film student Brittany Shyne is premiering her short film The Painted Lady at the Big Lens Film Festival on Thursday at the Neon Theater in Dayton. Both shows are sold out, but plans for another showing are in the works according to filmmaker Steve Bognar.

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Arts & Culture
2:51 pm
Tue August 20, 2013

Wright State Film Student Showcase Work at Annual Big Lens Film Festival

The Big Lens Film Festival celebrates the work of graduating Wright State University film students.  Graduating senior Megan Hague joins Niki Dakota in the studio to talk about the work she and her classmates are sharing on screen at the Neon Movies.

The Big Lens Film Festival is Thursday, August 22nd at the Neon Movies in downtown Dayton.

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Health, Science & The Environment
8:04 am
Mon August 19, 2013

EPA Clears Way For Sale Of Calamityville

A letter from the state Environmental Protection Agency clears the way for a southwest Ohio university to take over a cleaned-up brownfield site now used for emergency response training.

The Dayton Daily News reports the letter to the city of Fairborn indicates no more cleanup is needed at the site housing the National Center for Medical Readiness, known as "Calamityville."

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