GCPH offering extended vaccination and county fair hours
Sales tax increase public hearing held
Wanted suspect turns herself in
Woman convicted in Xenia murder case
- An All-American! - 11:54 pm
- Wanted suspect turns herself in - 10:28 pm
- Woman convicted in Xenia murder case - 12:46 pm
- Counsels agree on punishment for probate judge - 2:12 pm
- Murder trial underway for Xenia shooting - 12:15 pm
- Commissioners will intervene in solar project - 1:55 pm
- McLendon sentenced in Fairborn hotel shooting - 11:15 am
- Contentment in the Bible - 11:15 am
- DIY Clean Up a success - 11:13 am
- Wright-Patt welcomes new vice-commander - 12:03 pm
- Fairborn Senior Center resumes activities - 12:53 pm
- Probate judge awaits panel’s decision - 10:25 pm
- Gould never in favor of lawsuit against employees - 2:42 pm
- Clifton Mill receives historical marker - 12:29 pm
- WPAFB transitions to HPCon Alpha - 3:09 pm updated: 3:20 pm.
- RAF and USAF confer swords of honor - 2:53 pm
- Fairborn man sentenced in sexual assault case - 2:51 pm
- Deadlines approaching for block party and parade - 5:22 pm
- Dinosaurs coming to Air Force museum - 5:22 pm
- FHS Class of 2021 graduates - 1:31 pm
- FHS graduates earn over $2 million in scholarships - 12:22 pm
- ‘Creek valedictorian heads to US Naval Academy - 2:21 pm updated: 12:08 pm.
- Yellow Springs to graduate 59 seniors - 2:21 pm
- Community gardens at Fairborn FISH - 2:21 pm
- Wright-Patt eases mask requirements - 11:16 am
Wright-Patt welcomes new vice-commander
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — Col. Charles Barkhurst assumed the role of 88th Air Base Wing vice commander July 1. Barkhurst replaces Col. M...
Fairborn Senior Center resumes activities
FAIRBORN — The Fairborn Senior Center has fully reopened and is available for senior citizens who have been isolated or inside for the majority ...
Probate judge awaits panel’s decision
XENIA — Saying he didn’t handle the situation well and using words like “inappropriate” and “mistake,” a Greene Co...
Gould never in favor of lawsuit against employees
By Scott Halasz firstname.lastname@example.org XENIA — Greene County Commissioner Dick Gould did not flip-flop on the county’s decision to sue 10...
Clifton Mill receives historical marker
CLIFTON — After over a year of delays, the Ohio Chapters, Captain Frances Drake and Concord of the National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century ...
WPAFB transitions to HPCon Alpha
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — On the same day that emergency coronavirus pandemic restrictions expired across the state, Wright-Patterson Ai...
Michalski continues improbable run toward Olympics
EUGENE, Ore. — It wasn’t too long ago that Daniel Michalski was running around delivering groceries for an Indianapolis-area Walmart.Now t...
Running for gold: Xenia, Cedarville alum competing for Olympic bid
XENIA — Dan Michalski, a 2018 alumnus of Cedarville University, is heading to the U.S. Olympic track & field trials in Eugene, Ore. The 2017...
Wakefield nearly speechless after state meet
XENIA — Reaghan Wakefield didn’t have much to say when she found out how long it had been since a Xenia female high jumper placed at state...
Xenia’s Wakefield places in high jump
XENIA — Reaghan Wakefield ended a long dry spell for the Xenia girls track and field team.The senior finished fourth in Division I in the high j...
Patriots upset C-J in district semi
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Montgomery County — After starting the season 1-6, the last thing Carroll baseball coach Mike Sheets was thinking was a dis...
Xenia picks new HS athletic director
XENIA — Jeremy Greenleaf has been named athletic director for Xenia Community Schools.Pending board approval, Greenleaf — the AD at Chamin...
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Police looking for missing woman
XENIA —Xenia police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing person.Amanda Jane Watts, 41, of Xenia, was last seen March 6 i...
Vaccine available for 16 and over in Greene County
XENIA — Greene County Public Health opened this week’s appointments to all Ohioans 16 and over.To schedule an appointment, visit getthesho...
Sugar Maple Festival cancelled
BELLBROOK — The 2021 Sugar Maple Festival has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.Organizers made the announcement Monday afternoon.&...
WSU offers new business management certifications
FAIRBORN — The Wright State Raj Soin College of Business is offering certificates in both management and human resources management for current ...
Free rides for Greene CATS 20th
XENIA — Greene CATS Public Transit is celebrating its milestone 20th year of service on Jan. 8 with free rides on its Flex Route.Family & Yo...
Fran’s Favorites: Fish Ohio — inland lakes
It is just wonderful enjoying the outdoors with our families. Ohioans are doing it this summer more than they ever have before.This past weekend Mike ...
Legacy of slavery
American chattel slavery lasted from 1619-1865. It ended formally with the ratification of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution which outlawed slave...
Our new gods
It seems to me that we might learn a lot about today’s society by looking backwards to the time of the ancient Romans.You see, religion was an i...
Slavery, part I
Most Americans are taught that the first black people landed in America in 1619 somewhere in Virginia. That is not quite true. There were black people...
Things to do in isolation
Well, this. Write. Writing is something a person can do while isolating themselves from infectious people. Isolating myself from sick people didn̵...
So many things I missed due to COVID
There’s no doubt that 2020 has been a year that we all want to forget but one that will be talked about forever.Life has not been the same the l...