An hour apart, two Ohio cities move in opposite directions
Just 71 miles apart, Columbus and Dayton are growing further apart in jobs, population and economic growth. As Columbus sees explosive growth and change, Dayton’s roots in manufacturing keep the city standing still – and it’s affecting a shift in the political landscape, too.
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