110 jobs could be headed to West Dayton

Published: Monday, September 25, 2017 @ 11:58 AM

PDSI is looking to relocate to 313 Mound St. in West Dayton. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF
PDSI is looking to relocate to 313 Mound St. in West Dayton. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

A West Carrollton company is planning to move about 110 jobs to West Dayton when it renovates a large manufacturing facility, according to city of Dayton documents.

The Dayton City Commission on Wednesday will decide whether to approve providing $300,000 to Production Design Services Inc. (PDSI) in support of a nearly $4.2 million project to relocate and expand its business.

PDSI has an office at 401 Fame Road in West Carrollton, but is looking to move into 313 Mound St., which is located in the Five Points neighborhood, near West Fifth Street.

PDSI provides products and services to automotive companies, including robotic welding and precision machines.

The city is looking at giving PDSI an ED/GE grant worth $100,000 and $200,000 from the West Dayton Development Fund.

In exchange for the funding, PDSI pledges to relocate 80 existing jobs to Dayton and create 30 additional ones over the next three years that have an average salary of $42,000, according to an economic development agreement that city commissioners will vote on Wednesday.

West Dayton has had some good news on the economic development and jobs front this year.

An investment firm committed to spending about $1.5 million to rehab the empty McCall’s printing facility, which it said could create 100 or more new jobs. .

2 children killed, 1 man hurt in Colorado stabbing

Published: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 @ 6:55 AM

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Police search for suspects in reported armed robbery 

Published: Monday, October 16, 2017 @ 10:12 PM

Police are currently looking for two suspects after a reported armed robbery at Rich’s gas station on Salem Avenue, according to dispatchers.

Initial reports indicated the two suspects were wearing hoodies. 

There was no report of shots fired. 

It is unknown if anyone was injured.

The report was made around 9:40 p.m. 

We are working to learn multiple details about this developing story.

Vacant home destroyed after it explodes in Dayton 

Published: Sunday, October 15, 2017 @ 2:19 PM
Updated: Sunday, October 15, 2017 @ 10:28 PM

Dayton fire video

UPDATE @ 10:30 p.m: A vacant home in Dayton is destroyed after being the latest case of an explosion that occurred Sunday afternoon. 

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Crews responded to the 160 block of Bluecrest Avenue after receiving calls that a house was on fire around 1:30 p.m. While en route, responders were also told that neighbors  described hearing multiple explosions.

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The home’s front windows, in addition to stones on the front the house, were all blown off during the explosion. In total, firefighters estimate the damage to be about $45,000. 

No one was hurt as a result of the explosion, even though neighbors told our crew that they reported seeing a homeless person potentially living there.

“The home is vacant, and utilities were shut off months ago” said Tim Rose, District Fire Chief.

Investigators are still working to find out what caused the explosion.

FIRST REPORT

Fire crews have been on scene of a working house fire in the 100 block of Bluecrest Avenue. 

Initial reports indicate there was an explosion. 

Dayton Fire District Chief Tim Rose told WHIO-TV that fire crews received a call at about 1:30 p.m. that a house was on fire. En route, responders were told witnesses heard an explosion.

“The house appears to have had explosions,” Rose said. “The front windows were blown out.”

He said investigators are looking into the situation. 

Police find no evidence of break-in at Fairfield Commons

Published: Sunday, October 15, 2017 @ 4:06 AM
Updated: Sunday, October 15, 2017 @ 9:32 AM

(Joey Bryant/Staff)
(Joey Bryant/Staff)

UPDATE @ 9:30 a.m.

Police found no evidence of a break-in after a glass door shattered at The Fairfield Commons Mall early Sunday.

According to dispatchers, the glass was unstable and may have broken on its own. The glass was part of the door to Finish Line shoe store. 

Despite earlier reports, police found no evidence of a break-in.

EARLIER REPORT

Police are on the scene of a report of breaking and entering at 2727 Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek. 

Construction crews working at a Chick-fil-A said they witnessed broken glass at the front door of the Finish Line shoe store. 

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Mall security did not give any details to our crews on the scene. 

We are working to learn multiple details about this story.