WPAFB celebrating first powered flight anniversary
Preparedness helping speed up tornado recovery
WPAFB designated a Purple Heart Base
Treasurer’s office launches new cashiering system
A little town of lights
- What is covetousness - 9:13 am
- Attorney indicted for grand theft - 9:13 am
- Kiwanis Feed the Creek - 9:13 am
- Event center, tavern ready to host gatherings - 9:11 am
- What Hallmark Christmas movies don’t tell you - 9:11 am
- Area Religion Digest - 9:11 am
- Out or in? - 9:11 am
- WPAFB designated a Purple Heart Base - 4:12 pm
- Treasurer’s office launches new cashiering system - 11:06 am
- A little town of lights - 10:40 am
- Veterans’ court receives grant funds - 2:08 pm
- Fran’s Favorites: Gingerbread kids on the Christmas tree - 2:08 pm
- Superintendents not happy about EdChoice program - 12:58 pm
- City employees honored for saving man’s life - 3:13 pm
- Students send troops holiday cards - 2:22 pm
- Dog owners can bid for #1 tag - 1:49 pm
- Greene Memorial lights Christmas tree - 1:10 pm
- Sales tax increase proposed for March ballot - 12:00 pm
- CSU College of Education receives accreditation - 2:46 pm
- FISH grows, changes with needs of clients - 1:36 pm
- Developmental Disabilities Council seeks input - 8:22 am
- Sheriff’s office warns about phone scam - 4:01 pm updated: 8:22 am.
- Xenia in running for makeover - 9:07 am
- Contentment and Thankfulness: The Path to Happiness - 9:00 am
- Cat of the week: Nasa - 8:59 am
A little town of lights
Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County NewsMain Street was full and busy Dec. 7 during Cedarville’s Little Town of Lights. Villagers watched a pa...
Veterans’ court receives grant funds
XENIA — Greene County Veterans’ Treatment Court will benefit from newly received grant funds.The State of Ohio, Specialized Docket Subsidy...
Fran’s Favorites: Gingerbread kids on the Christmas tree
Our Thanksgiving started on Wednesday when Ohio Egg and Poultry Farmers, Cooper Farms, and Bowman & Landes presented us with a turkey. Since we al...
Superintendents not happy about EdChoice program
Editor’s Note: This is the first of two stories regarding the Education Choice Scholarship Program.XENIA — Several school districts in Gre...
City employees honored for saving man’s life
XENIA — Two City of Xenia employees were honored Wednesday for doing more than just their normal public service department work.Bill Rogers and ...
Students send troops holiday cards
CEDARVILLE — Cedarville Middle School students recently took time to write letters of support and appreciation to members of the armed forces an...
Greeneview teams remain unbeatenENON — The Greeneview boys varsity, junior varsity and freshman basketball teams all continued their winning way...
Second-half run earns Pirates win
FAIRBORN — In a nip and tuck battle between two teams with a lot of weapons, a West Carrollton scoring run in the second half proved to be the d...
Xenia claims nonleague winBEAVERCREEK — Xenia (3-2 overall) claimed a 2,231 to 1,953 win over Lebanon in a girls varsity bowling match Dec. 10. ...
Scoring binge earns Knights win
XENIA — For the first 12 or so minutes of the first half, Monday’s Metro Buckeye Conference clash between Greene County foes Yellow Spring...
Rams bowl past WL-SWEST LIBERTY — Greeneview’s boys varsity bowling team defeated West Liberty-Salem by a 2,478-2,314 score, on Dec. 4. Br...
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Student conducts study on child healthcare
FAIRBORN — A study completed by researchers at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine has found that children with Intellectua...
Cedarville honoring area vets
CEDARVILLE — Cedarville University will honor veterans and active-duty military from all branches of the military at its annual Veterans Day pro...
Kids of Character honored
Isaiah Coombs was Tecumseh Elementary School’s September Kid of Character. He is shown with Superintendent Dr. Gabe Lofton and Director of Curri...
Aqua-Tots reopens after tornado
Photos courtesy Beavercreek ChamberElected officials, Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce President Amanda Byers and Aqua-Tots Swim Schools owner Paul Sin...
Meet the children and mocha shakes
Repeatedly we hear from you readers whose favorite topic is the one I enjoy writing about the most (that is next to writing about hubby, of course). S...
Thoughts on impeachment
We have, so far, in America had two Presidents impeached and one step down because he was about to be. Andrew Johnson, a southern sympathizer, who had...
Our taxes shouldn’t fuel China’s rise
When U.S. taxpayers send their hard-earned money to the government, they shouldn’t worry that it’s being used to fuel economic and militar...
Xenia commencement 1913
The graduating class of any high school is usually a very special event.The Xenia High School Class of 1913 received quite a bit of recognition. One r...
Writer wants reforms, not new jail
An August story in the Gazette detailed a plan to ask Greene County residents to increase our sales tax to build a new, larger jail. I attended the pu...
It’s past time to put country first
How did America get here? This fractured place where facts matter less and less, and neighbors can’t even share how they really feel.How did we ...
Chipping away our rights; one at a time
In October 2017, I wrote an article about what was referred to as the “Public School Deregulation Bill,” authored by Senator Matt Huffman ...