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9:35 am
Thu August 1, 2013

Standard Register buys WorkflowOne

Dayton-based Standard Register is purchasing another Dayton company, WorkflowOne, in a deal worth $218 million.

Standard Register says it expects to achieve $1 billion in annual revenue and $40 million in annual savings thanks to the deal. A release says WorkFlowOne will initially operate as a subsidiary with its CEO staying on in an advisory role.

The combined company has 4000 employees, including more than 900 in Dayton.

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Speed cameras
5:32 pm
Wed July 31, 2013

Local lawmakers get look at Elmwood Place's cameras

(from left) Representatives Wes Rutherford (R-Hamilton), Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) and Dale Mallory (D-Cincinnati) get a look at the confiscated Elmwood Place cameras.
Ann Thompson WVXU

UPDATE: WVXU received an email from Optotraffic saying "Elmwood Place and Optotraffic vigorously dispute the charge (that they violated the judge's order) and are anxious to present evidence to that effect."

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Three very tall cameras, confiscated from the Village of Elmwood Place, are being stored at the Hamilton County Sheriff's Patrol Division. Three local lawmakers visited the cameras Wednesday to get a closer look and reiterate their opposition.

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pedestrian bridge girder
3:49 pm
Wed July 31, 2013

Pedestrian bridge girder set over Pete Rose Way

The 180,000 pound bridge girder moved slowly into place onto two support towers.
Holly Yurchison WVXU

Construction crane operators lifted and placed a 180,000 pound steel girder into place atop support columns spanning Pete Rose Way Wednesday.

The girder forms the base for the new Pete Rose Way Pedestrian Bridge connecting the plaza level of Great American Ball Park and US Bank Arena to the street-level stairway.

Two 210-ton cranes took nearly an hour to lift and move the bridge girder into place above Pete Rose Way.

Local News
3:08 pm
Wed July 31, 2013

Cranley fundraising outpaces Qualls

John Cranley
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John Cranley has a fundraising edge over Roxanne Qualls in the Cincinnati mayor’s race, according to campaign finance reports filed Wednesday.

Cranley, a former Cincinnati City Council member, had raised about $472,000 compared to $348,000 for Qualls, the city’s vice mayor.

According to the campaign finance reports, Cranley had about $264,000 in the bank as of June 30, the last day of the reporting period. Qualls had a cash-on-hand balance of about $192,000.

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Local News
1:37 pm
Wed July 31, 2013

Berns drops out of Cincinnati's mayoral race

In a hand-written letter, Libertarian Jim Berns has told the Hamilton County Board of Elections he is withdrawing from the Cincinnati mayor’s race, saying he does not want “my participation in the illicit mayoral primary” that costs the taxpayers $400,000

But there are still three other candidates on the ballot - Roxanne Qualls, John Cranley, and Queen Noble. That means the September 10 primary will go forward.

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