Vandalia-based PSA Airlines will soon be in the market for hundreds of new employees. President Keith Houk says the regional carrier is adding more than 900 jobs in Dayton, Akron, Charlotte and Knoxville.
Positions include pilots, flight attendants and other maintenance and support staff.
PSA has been in the Dayton region for 25 years. As a wholly owned subsidiary of US Airways it operates under the name US Airways Express. Eventually that will change to American Eagle as the US Airways, American Airlines merger progresses.
A non-profit agency that helps low-income people get health care and providers get paid is getting a financial boost.
CEO Judith Warren says Health Care Access Now will use a $600,000 grant from the Deaconess Associations Foundation to add staff and expand services. "We're looking to serve an additional 4,500 people," says Warren. The agency currently serves about 1,800 people per year.
Ohio's latest entry into the gambling industry opened its doors for business Thursday morning. Miami Valley Gaming in Warren County features 1,600 video lottery terminals, several dining options and a harness racetrack that will open in February. President and general manager Jim Simms said the facility is expected to generate about $24 million per year for the community.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, who campaigned and won on a promise to kill the $133 million streetcar project, cracked open to the door to a deal with streetcar supporters that could allow the project to go forward.
In a city hall press conference this morning, Cranley said he would work with streetcar supporters to find institutions or foundations in the private sector to pay the approximately $80 million it would take to maintain and operate the system.
It is not something the city can do without private help, Cranley said.