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    Friday, June 23, 2017
    This fall, students in Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy will have the option of finishing with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in six years instead of seven, with an expected savings of about $20,000--with the opportunity to begin earning a salary 12 months earlier. The new six-year option is another important benchmark for the school of pharmacy, which received accreditation from the ...read more
    Categories: Education, Health
    Thursday, June 22, 2017
    Local educator and Chamber member Kevin Cornell, also known as Mister C, is being recognized by the Dayton Daily News as Daytonian of the Week. Kevin is a graduate of Fairborn High School, and completed his undergrad and master’s work at Wright State. He obtained his Curriculum Instruction and Professional Development licenses, and worked at Beavercreek City Schools as a curriculum ...read more
    Categories: Education, Community
    Thursday, June 22, 2017
    It's officially summer, and Greene County Public Health officials are reminding residents about the dangers of high temperatures. GCPH reports that on average, 675 deaths from extreme heat events occur each year in the United States. According to GCPH officials, the most vulnerable are the elderly, those who work or exercise outdoors, infants and children, the homeless or poor, and people ...read more
    Categories: Health
    Thursday, June 22, 2017
    High school juniors and seniors can learn skills in economics, accounting, marketing, finance, management, information systems management and entrepreneurship during the five-day business camp hosted by Wright State’s Raj Soin College of Business (RSCOB). The business camp helps students experience what its like to work in their field of business by dividing them into teams, each with a ...read more
    Categories: Business, Education
    Thursday, June 22, 2017
    The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) announced today the expansion of its exclusive Our Brands product lines to offer its customers greater value, variety and quality. The company currently offers more than 30,000 Our Brands items, including food, beauty, personal care, pet and household essentials, many of which are made at one of the company's 38 U.S. production plants that employ 8,600 manufacturing ...read more
    Categories: Community, Business, Press Release
    Thursday, June 22, 2017
    Franklin University offers local businesses a way to learn from the best by booking a presentation with their Speakers Bureau. Founded in 1972, the Franklin University Speakers Bureau provides presentations of various lengths and topics by faculty and staff. Speakers can be arranged for meetings, development series, training sessions, and other civic gatherings. Designed as part of the ...read more
    Categories: Education, Business
    Wednesday, June 21, 2017
    Wright-Patt Credit Union was founded in 1932 with their first Member Center at what was then Wright Field. Due to continued expansion, they will be opening a new Five Points Member Center on July 24th at 1298 E. Dayton Yellow Springs Road in Fairborn, across the street from the Valle Greene Shopping Center. The all-new Five Points Member Center will feature an open-concept lobby with dialogue ...read more
    Categories: Business, Community
    Wednesday, June 21, 2017
    With more than 60 percent of households owning a least one pet, finding reliable pet care is likely a concern for the majority of pet owners in Beavercreek and surrounding areas of Ohio. For these pet owners, Alicia Heidorn, owner of Special Friends Pet Sitting Service, LLC, has an important piece of advice: Don’t be tricked by so-called pet sitters. “Many pet owners, and even news ...read more
    Categories: Community, Press Release
    Tuesday, June 20, 2017
    ​More than 4,000 Ohioans died from unintentional drug overdoses in 2016. As our state faces this crisis, these Boards are working to establish uniform standards while ensuring medical professionals retain the necessary discretion to properly care for their patients. This week Common Sense Initiative completed its review of rules establishing new limits on prescribing opiates, working with ...read more
    Categories: Health, Legislative Updates
    Tuesday, June 20, 2017
    Greene County Career Center’s adult Peace Officer Basic Training class held its spring graduation ceremony June 2 and celebrated the accomplishments of a new group of cadets. Graduates are prepared to take the state certification test that allows them to become officers at agencies throughout Ohio. Those completing the intensive program include Tori Beth Bargo, Brian Alex Brennaman, John ...read more
    Categories: Education, Press Release
    Tuesday, June 20, 2017
    Books & Co. will welcome Lisa Boucher and Kimberla Lawson Roby. Both women will present their newest books. All upcoming events will be held at the Books & Co. at The Greene, 4453 Walnut St. Local author Lisa Boucher will discuss her book, Raising the Bottom: Making Mindful Choices in a Drinking Culture, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 27. Boucher aims to dispel the presumption that you have to ...read more
    Categories: Education, Arts & Culture
    Tuesday, June 20, 2017
    Beavercreek residents and business along Dayton-Xenia Road will be dealing with the road widening project that began this week, and is slated to finish next summer. This is a $3.9 million project that will add sidewalks and widen the road between Beaverbrook and Wallaby drives to improve travel for cars, cyclists, and pedestrians. This section will be closed for about 10 days shortly after the 4th ...read more
    Categories: Community, Public Notice
    Tuesday, June 20, 2017
    Beavercreek City Schools board has voted to place a substitute emergency levy on the November ballot. The substitute levy means no new taxes and no tax increase, and new residents will also pay the same rate. Beavercreek continues to grow, and the substitute levy would protect taxpayers and allow the schools to meet the needs of students. If the ballot measure passes in November, it would bring in ...read more
    Categories: Community, Education, Legislative Updates
    Friday, June 16, 2017
    MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB), a leading National Security company delivering advanced engineering services, cybersecurity and product solutions, today announced that President and Chief Executive Officer Sid Fuchs recently delivered two keynote lectures to MBA students enrolled in George Mason University’s (GMU) School of Business. This is the third year that Mr. Fuchs was invited to address ...read more
    Categories: Education, Technology, Business, Press Release
    Friday, June 16, 2017
    Many residents have questions about how the city plans community development projects for Beavercreek. Now you have the chance to get those questions answered. Meet Jeff McGrath, Planning Director for the City of Beavercreek, at the Beavercreek Community Library on Tuesday, June 20th, to hear him discuss recent and future development projects. Jeff will also explain how the development process ...read more
    Categories: Community, Legislative Updates
    Friday, June 16, 2017
    The City of Beavercreek 4th of July Committee is proud to announce the 2017 Parade Grand Marshall is Gussie Jones. Gussie was nominated and selected after a review of her years of community service and contributions to the City of Beavercreek. Ms. Jones has resided in Beavercreek for over 46 years and owned a small business for 13 years. In 2015, she retired as Public Education Manager for the ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Thursday, June 15, 2017
    The Daytonian of the Week at Dayton.com is local entrepreneur Tabitha Peters-Guidone, owner of Decoy Art Studio in Beavercreek, and member of the Board of Directors of the Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce. Tabitha has successfully turned her artistic passion into a career. She is very active in the community and the Chamber, bringing fresh creativity and energy to the business community. Read the ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Business, Community
    Thursday, June 15, 2017
    Sinclair Community College is negotiating for space in the proposed Hope Center for Families development to open a new "service learning hub". They plan to hold credit hour and non-credit hour courses for experiential learning, focusing on workforce development, health and wellness, and children's services. Med students will host health screenings, and early childhood education ...read more
    Categories: Business, Education
    Thursday, June 15, 2017
    Soin Medical Center is celebrating the opening of The Dona Sheley Women's Health Center, which will provide health services to specifically meet the health needs of women, all in one location. The center is equipped with an array of obstetrics and gynecology services, including the new Kettering Breast Evaluation Center, which gives women access to a full range of diagnostic services, such as ...read more
    Categories: Health, Business
    Thursday, June 15, 2017
    Beavercreek Township and the City of Beavercreek are working together to help solve the issues with the playground at Rotary Park to ensure a safer, nicer place for the children of Beavercreek to play. Officials believe that working together on this project ensures the possibility of levy and grant money being stretched and put to good use. Beavercreek Township is applying for a $57,000 grant. ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Thursday, June 15, 2017
    The Beavercreek Township Park District Board welcomes volunteers to apply for an opening on its Board of Commissioners. The Board represents the Park District Mission and Vision, and works with public officials, community members, and community organization to provide recreation opportunities for residents of the unincorporated and incorporated areas of Beavercreek Township. The Board is comprised ...read more
    Categories: Legislative Updates, Community, Press Release
    Thursday, June 15, 2017
    Health care in the United States is an ever-changing environment, and is expected to be for many years to come. Health care leaders who serve the best interests of patients with compassion and truth are needed now more than ever. To meet that need, Cedarville University is launching a new health care administration track in its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. This announcement was ...read more
    Categories: Education, Press Release, Health
    Wednesday, June 14, 2017
    The American Heart Association recognized the Beavercreek Township Fire Department at the June 12, 2017 Township Trustees Meeting achieving the 2017 Mission Lifeline EMS Gold Performance Achievement Award. Beavercreek Township Fire Department is part of an elite group of prehospital agencies in the US focused on not just "high functioning" but also "high quality" STEMI systems ...read more
    Categories: Health, Community
    Wednesday, June 14, 2017
    The Beavercreek Police Department is increasing its crime-fighting arsenal with a new app to help residents connect with the department to find information, view alerts, and submit anonymous tips from their smartphone. Developed by tip411 , the Beavercreek PD app puts a powerful new crime-fighting tool into the hands of community members of all ages.The Beavercreek PD app is available for ...read more
    Categories: Press Release, Community, Technology
    Wednesday, June 14, 2017
    The Beavercreek Senior Center is seeking volunteer drivers and escorts for the transportation program. We provide rides for seniors many of who don’t have another viable way to get to the doctor, grocery, rehab, the Center, dialysis and many other destinations. Our drivers have an escort that rides along to assist with directions and loading and unloading passengers. The service we provide ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Wednesday, June 14, 2017
    Cedarville professor Dr. Timothy Heaton has created a curriculum and discovered a way to deliver it to teachers that he hopes brings positive results for Christian schools in the United States and society-impacting change in Africa. Heaton unveiled this innovative model for teacher development at the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Higher Education Forum for Teacher Educators ...read more
    Categories: Education, Press Release
    Wednesday, June 14, 2017
    Supervisor training is essential to the health of your company. Because supervisors and managers are responsible for implementing company policy and procedures, a knowledgeable management staff can significantly improve the work environment, ensure that your business meets legal obligations and is in compliance with labor laws, and minimize your company's liability. Clark State's ...read more
    Categories: Business, Education
    Wednesday, June 14, 2017
    The WSU Swim and Dive Team received the good news that their program will not be cut if they can raise $85,000 by 4:59pm on June 30th. They are asking the community to help by donating to save their team. All donations are 100% tax deductible--click here to help! http://www.cscaa.org/savewrightstate . Any amount, no matter how much, can help these student-athletes and those following in their ...read more
    Categories: Education, Business, Community
    Tuesday, June 13, 2017
    Recline and Rest, a locally owned and operated retail store in Beavercreek specializes in recliners, lift chairs and mattresses is celebrating one year in business. ​Recline and Rest owner, Kelly Sullivan, personally takes the time to understand the customer’s needs to select a chair that fits them properly. “Everyone wants to be comfortable, and our mission at Recline and Rest ...read more
    Categories: Business, Community
    Tuesday, June 13, 2017
    One well-known resident recently made history in becoming the first woman to be inducted into the Class of 2016 Veterans Hall of Fame in Columbus. She was one of 19 Ohio Veterans to receive this disguised recognition. Army veteran Debborah Wallace city council member and community volunteer has dedicated her time and life to helping better the community for all. “It was a great honor and ...read more
    Categories: Military
    Tuesday, June 13, 2017
    The World Solar Splash Competition returned to the Miami Valley June 7-11 at the Clark County Fairgrounds and Cedarville University successfully defended the defending 2016 overall champion, will host the 23rd annual event that its title with an impressive win. The Solar Slash competition brings universities throughout the United States and World to compete their solar and electric boats that are ...read more
    Categories: Education, Press Release
    Tuesday, June 13, 2017
    Torrid is a plus-size women’s clothing store with a unique twist; their apparel collections are made specifically to fit and flatter women sized 10 to 30 (instead of just being 'sized up'). These clothes are tested on women of different sizes and shapes to ensure their fashions offer a good fit for curvy figures. Torrid opened Saturday, June 10th, and is located near the food court. ...read more
    Categories: Business
    Tuesday, June 13, 2017
    Beavercreek Community Theatre's 2016-2017 season concludes with "Bonnie and Clyde." This musical is set during the Great Depression, and dramatizes the relationship of legendary criminals Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. This show is part of the theatre's alternative Edge of the Creek Productions, with adult themes and language, strong lighting and sound effects. This musical was ...read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Monday, June 12, 2017
    Beavercreek Rotary Club President Shannon Graham presented Dave Mauch a check for $500 for Habitat for Humanity. Mauch said they are presently doing Women Building Together, which selects a single mother as the family to receive a home. Partner families receive a 0% mortgage after putting in 275 hours of sweat equity, attending 6 months of educational classes, and making a down payment. They are ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Thursday, June 08, 2017
    Greene Medical Foundation President Jeff Brock and YMCA of Greater Dayton President and CEO Dale Brunner paid a visit to the Fairborn City Council work session May 8 to brief Fairborn Deputy Mayor Paul Keller, Fairborn City Manager Rob Anderson and Fairborn City Council members about the proposed REACH Center. In a collaborative effort, Clark State Community College, Central State University, ...read more
    Categories: Business, Health, Community
    Thursday, June 08, 2017
    Construction for the new Greene County Public Health building is expected to begin within the next week. Surrounding neighborhood residents can expect possible increased noise, dust, and construction traffic going to and from the site on a daily basis. Construction is expected to be ongoing for the next year with an anticipated move to the new facility in late spring of 2018. The building is ...read more
    Categories: Community, Health
    Thursday, June 08, 2017
    State Representative Rick Perales (R-Beavercreek) today announced that the Ohio House Committee on Armed Services, Veterans Affairs, and Homeland Security has passed two bills he sponsored. House Bill 158 would permit the spouse of a military member who quits work to accompany their spouse on a military transfer to be eligible for unemployment benefits. House Bill 183 would establish the ...read more
    Categories: Military, Legislative Updates, Press Release
    Thursday, June 08, 2017
    On Friday, June 2, Franklin University and the International Institute for Innovation Instruction hosted the Innovations in Teaching and Learning conference geared toward encouraging innovative thinking and collaboration in the contemporary landscape of teaching and learning. This year’s conference, Innovations in Teaching & Learning Symposium: A Day of Discovery 2017, provided ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Thursday, June 08, 2017
    Because employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthful workplace for their employees, OSHA is providing a free handbook to help small business employers meet legal requirements so they can reach and maintain compliance for OSHA inspections. This handbook is provided to owners, proprietors and managers of small businesses by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), ...read more
    Categories: BWC & OSHA Updates
    Wednesday, June 07, 2017
    Join the Beavercreek Senior Cebter on our annual trip to Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. You will enjoy an early dinner at Montgomery Inn Boathouse, famous for barbeque ribs and located along the Ohio River offering great views of the riverfront. If you have never had dinner at the Boathouse that is worth the trip and the Reds game is a bonus! Our reserved field box seats are located in ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Wednesday, June 07, 2017
    This Old Couch Farmer's Market is back on starting July 9th. It is open on Sundays from 12:00 til 3:00. The market will start in July and go until the end of October. This Old Couch is located at 3930 Dayton Xenia Rd in Beavercreek. Some of the vendors participating this year are: Oasis Aqua Farm: Fresh vegetables Pay It Forward Farm: Fresh Vegetables Local grower Yusra Bellis: Fresh ...read more
    Categories: Business, Community
    Tuesday, June 06, 2017
    Clark State Community College New Media students partnered with the Cascade Corporation to produce an employee safety video as part of the New Media Capstone course. “In the Capstone class, we work with clients in the community to give our students real-world experience and help to build their resume,” said Scott Dawson, Faculty Coordinator of Graphic Design and New Media for Clark ...read more
    Categories: Business, Press Release, Education
    Tuesday, June 06, 2017
    Key@Work is an employee benefits program that lets employees take advantage of exclusive free and discounted financial services. These are benefits not available to the general public and can be enjoyed by employees of a Key@Work employer. Benefits: Free financial assessment Interest-bearing checking with no minimum balance requirement Free personalized checks Free online banking and bill pay ...read more
    Categories: Business
    Tuesday, June 06, 2017
    Beavercreek Police Chief Denis Evers requested permission from the Beavercreek City Council to request grant money to fund the DARE (Drug Assistance Resistance Education) program for the next school year. The amount requested is approximately $27,348.23. The police department, after receiving the green light from city council, will be applying for the Ohio Attorney General’s Drug Use ...read more
    Categories: Education, Community, Health
    Tuesday, June 06, 2017
    A few Wright State students are part of a community service project connected to an interdisciplinary sustainability course in Wright State’s Honors Program . They are working with Rural Action, a nonprofit engaged in social and economic initiatives, examining economic, social and environmental issues facing residents of Appalachia. The course culminates with a week of community service in ...read more
    Categories: Education, Community
    Tuesday, June 06, 2017
    Provost Dave Collins recently announced that Elizabeth Orlando has been selected as the next Dean of the Business and Public Services (BPS) Division. Elizabeth began her career at Sinclair in 2008, serving as an adjunct faculty member in Criminal Justice Science (CJS). Since that time she has served as an Assistant Professor in Paralegal, Law, & Real Estate, Acting Chair of Paralegal, Law, ...read more
    Categories: Business, Press Release, Education
    Tuesday, June 06, 2017
    The Kroger Co. announced its continued commitment to the USO by donating $1 million to the organization. Kroger has been a proud supporter of active duty military, veterans and their families since 2010, raising over $18 million in support through corporate funds and customer donations during the Honoring Our Heroes campaign. In an effort to bring families together around the table, Kroger will ...read more
    Categories: Community, Press Release, Business, Military
    Monday, June 05, 2017
    This fall, students at Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy will have the option of finishing with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in six years instead of seven, with an expected savings of about $20,000--with the opportunity to begin earning a salary 12 months earlier. The new six-year option is another important benchmark for the Cedarville school of pharmacy, which received ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Friday, June 02, 2017
    Butt Construction in Beavercreek will begin building a new $10 million pharmacy this month at Wright-Patt Air Force Base. The new facility will replace an existing 4,700-square-foot building. The 10,000-square-foot pharmacy will address such problems as inadequate space for customers, prescription processing, and equipment storage. It wil also have two drive through lanes. The construction ...read more
    Categories: Business, Military
    Friday, June 02, 2017
    Books & Co at The Greene welcomes several authors to sign and talk about books in the coming week. Rob Bell will introduce his new book, What Is The Bible? How an Ancient Library of Poems, Letters, and Stories Can Transform the Way You Think and Feel About Everything at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June. Line numbers will be given out beginning at 6 p.m. Participants should show their book receipt for ...read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Education
    Friday, June 02, 2017
    In honor of the dedicated physicians at Greene Memorial Hospital and Soin Medical Center, administration and staff created a special star Walk of Fame in their honor. The Physician Walk of Fame was created by Vice President of Patient Care Erica Schneider to recognize the hard work and devotion the physicians provide the two hospitals every day. “We love our doctors,” she said. ...read more
    Categories: Community, Health
    Thursday, June 01, 2017
    With Memorial Day and graduation beginning a season of summer celebrations, Greene County Public Health officials want to remind everyone about safe food handling during picnic and grilling season. It is important to prepare and transport food safely to prevent foodborne illnesses, such as Salmonella, Norovirus, E. coli, etc. With a little bit of planning, Spring and Summer holidays and family ...read more
    Categories: Health, Press Release
    Thursday, June 01, 2017
    As part of a commitment to bee revitalization, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base will be the first military installation named as a Bee City USA. Bee City USA is a program to encourage communities to take steps to reverse current threats to pollinators, and to increase awareness about how to improve environments for bees. Bees are pollinators, vital to the production of fruits, vegetables and nuts, ...read more
    Categories: Health, Community, Military
    Thursday, June 01, 2017
    College students want to receive the best education at the most economical cost. According to SmartAsset, an independent tech company that addresses financial questions, Cedarville University is the best value among Christian universities in Ohio. “What makes Cedarville University such a good value is seeing how successful our graduates are in their lives and in the workforce,” said ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Wednesday, May 31, 2017
    Beavercreek Parks & Rec are bringing our community another summer of great entertainment with the FREE Sunday Evening Summer Concert Series , sponsored by 7 UP and Beavercreek Women's League. On Sunday evenings (7 - 8 pm) during June and July at the Dominick Lofino Park amphitheater on Grange Hall Road, Beavercreek, you can sit back and enjoy music from: June 4 – Rock It 88 June 11 ...read more
    Categories: Community, Arts & Culture
    Wednesday, May 31, 2017
    This coming August, a total solar eclipse will be visible in the lower 48 continental United States for the first time since 1979. To get a view of the total eclipse, it will be necessary to position yourself in an 80-mile wide band running from Oregon to South Carolina. States in the path of the totality are: Georgia Idaho Illinois Kansas Kentucky Missouri North Carolina Nebraska Oregon South ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Wednesday, May 31, 2017
    Beavercreek Pizza Dive is expanding their Saturday and Sunday hours this summer. They will now open at 11:00am weekends, as well as on weekdays. The Pizza Dive's Pizza-By-The-Slice Bar and Lunch Specials are offered on weekdays only. However, this could change if enough customers request it. Owners Teresa and have also been thinking about an After-Church All-You-Can-Eat Buffet on Sundays. ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Tuesday, May 30, 2017
    From academic publications to art exhibits, Cedarville University professors continue to pursue excellence in the classroom and in their professional fields. To encourage faculty to advance their teaching and professional accomplishments, the university gives annual grants to selected faculty members. Three professors received faculty scholarship grants for the fall 2017 semester. These awards ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Tuesday, May 30, 2017
    Sinclair Community College will be working with General Motors and Fiat Chrysler over the course of a year to develop new training programs and professional development courses focused on the technologies that support driverless cars, from wireless community to cameras to the necessary software. This effort is support by a $750,000 from the National Science Foundation. The goal is to address the ...read more
    Categories: Education, Technology
    Tuesday, May 30, 2017
    State Representative Rick Perales (R-Beavercreek) was issued his Ohio Veteran identification card today at the Greene County Recorder’s office, along with a gathering of veterans and local elected officials. Rep. Perales spoke about the benefits the ID cards offer to local veterans, especially those who do not already have a military retirement ID issued by the VA. The Ohio Veteran ID cards ...read more
    Categories: Military, Press Release
    Tuesday, May 30, 2017
    Wright State University has established a support network for students on the autism spectrum through a coaching program offered through the Office of Disability Services. Raiders on the Autism Spectrum Excelling, or RASE, provides students with individualized sessions during their first year of college to help them develop social skills, organization, study strategies, self-advocacy skills and ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Tuesday, May 30, 2017
    Area high school students with an aptitude for math and science can attend four weeks’ of engineering instruction worth college credit at Clark State Community College. The Johns Hopkins University’s Engineering Innovation program is a non-residential day program held from June 26 through July 21 at Clark State’s Leffel Lane campus. Clark State is one of just 13 schools ...read more
    Categories: Education, Technology
    Tuesday, May 30, 2017
    Researchers at Niche.com analyze data and user opinions to grade places to live based on date such as crime rates, the quality of local schools, cost of living, job opportunities and local amenities. Data is compiled from such sources as Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Office of Post-Secondary Education (OPE) College Scorecard Data US Department of Education Private School ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Friday, May 26, 2017
    College students want to receive the best education at the most economical cost. According to SmartAsset, an independent tech company that addresses financial questions, Cedarville University is the best value among Christian universities in Ohio. The ranking will be announced in SmartAsset’s third annual Best Value College edition. “What makes Cedarville University such a good value ...read more
    Categories: Education, Press Release
    Friday, May 26, 2017
    Recently I have taken up playing golf. Since I have not played a lot in the past, I find learning to play well is a challenge. When you watch one of the professionals on television it does not appear to be all that difficult. But that appearance comes from a high degree of talent, dedication and years of practice. As with most of us, I have not had the time to practice in the past with raising ...read more
    Categories: BWC & OSHA Updates
    Friday, May 26, 2017
    Brian Jarvis, Beavercreek City Council Member, will be at the Beavercreek Library on June 5th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm to discuss the things you need to consider and do to run for one of the open seats on the City Council. It's a great opportunity to learn more about your local government. Come away with a good idea of whether you REALLY want to throw your hat in the ring for the City Council ...read more
    Categories: Community, Legislative Updates, Education
    Friday, May 26, 2017
    This is the time of year when businesses undoubtedly get multiple phone calls, emails and mail promoting various workers' compensation programs. The Chamber wants to make sure you know that our endorsed partner, CareWorksComp , has helped members save significantly on workers' compensation premiums, helped improve safety and provided valuable advice to member businesses trying to navigate ...read more
    Categories: BWC & OSHA Updates
    Friday, May 26, 2017
    Manual Classification changes are coming which will impact workers’ compensation premiums for Transportation related businesses. Following a review, the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) is combining the current Short Haul (7228) and Long Haul (7229) manual classifications into one class Trucking (7219), as well as, establishing a new national code for Automobile Towing & ...read more
    Categories: BWC & OSHA Updates
    Thursday, May 25, 2017
    The Mall at Fairfield Commons invites you to the first Red, White, & Brew event on Saturday, July 8 th from 6-10pm! Come out and enjoy an evening filled with delicious local beer tastings from some of the most popular Dayton breweries, food trucks, live music, and great family entertainment! 100% of the proceeds of beer sales will go to Fisher-Nightingale House. Interested in assisting with ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Monday, May 22, 2017
    HCF is building our brand in the Dayton area. One way to accomplish this is by partnering with The Alzheimer’s Association, Miami Valley Chapter. Did you know that there are over 30,000 individuals in the Miami Valley area suffering with Dementia and Alzheimer’s? To combat this, we are hosting an event at The Greene Town Centre called the Forget-Me-Not Challenge and Ultimate After ...read more
    Categories: Health, Community
    Friday, April 07, 2017
    Clark State's College for Kids program is now College for Kids and Teens! The College for Kids section of the program is designed for K-5 and College for Teens is geared toward grades 6-12. College for Teens will specialize in opportunities for teens to experience programs of study on our campuses; such as, Geospatial Technology, Pre-Med, Graphic Design, Nursing and more! Expansion to Greene ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Wednesday, March 22, 2017
    Giving Back to Ohio Business Each year, the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation helps nearly 250,000 employers protect their employees. The premiums paid by Ohio’s businesses and public employers help provide safety services to reduce workplace incidents and care to get injured workers back to work and back to life. An improving safety climate, good fiscal management and better than ...read more
    Categories: BWC & OSHA Updates, Press Release
    Tuesday, March 07, 2017
    Hotel ‘Giving Back to the Givers’ Who Can Best Demonstrate their Community Spirit! The Holiday Inn Dayton Fairborn has launched a social campaign that will give a dream wedding to one deserving couple. The newly renovated hotel, which is owned and managed by Portfolio Hotels & Resorts , has been a devout community supporter, having for example recently donated funds and even ...read more
    Categories: Community, Press Release
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