5 business stories you need to know this week

The Bed, Bath & Beyond in Centerville at the Cross Pointe Shopping Center will close following the opening of its new Sugarcreek Twp. location.
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The Bed, Bath & Beyond in Centerville at the Cross Pointe Shopping Center will close following the opening of its new Sugarcreek Twp. location.

CareSource will create at least 650 new jobs in Dayton over the next three years as part of an agreement with the Ohio Tax Credit Authority to extend a job-creation tax credit for the nonprofit health insurer that was set to expire in 2018.

2. Uber, Lyft operating at Dayton International Airport

Ride-share services Uber Dayton and Lyft have reached an agreement with Dayton International Airport to allow drivers to wait for trip requests at the airport.

3. Bed, Bath & Beyond and Buy Buy Baby to open new stores in Dayton area

Buy Buy Baby — a chain retailer offering an assortment of baby gear, furniture, clothes and toys — is set to open at 6134 Wilmington Pike in Sugarcreek Plaza, and will occupy 18,715 square feet. Bed, Bath & Beyond will open at the same time, and will occupy about 28,172 square feet. The space was formerly occupied by Cub Foods.

Plus, the Bed, Bath & Beyond in Center will close when the new location opens.

4. Church near UD, eyed as future student housing, sells for $550,000

The South Park United Methodist Church, located at 1701 Brown St., was sold to New Village Communities, a Dublin-based firm. The church was listed by Miller Valentine realty services.

5. Passengers tell first-hand experience of Dayton plane emergency

Passengers on Delta Flight 2392 heard a sickening bang just seconds after their aircraft lifted off the tarmac early Tuesday morning at Dayton International Airport. “I heard passengers behind me shouting,” said Shawn Robinson, a resident of Brookville, who was sitting in a window seat on the plane. “[They were] screaming something was wrong.”

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