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CSU announces Winter Illumination at community garden


WILBERFORCE — Central State University Extension is excited to invite students, faculty, staff, and community members to the enchanting Winter Illumination event at the Seed to Bloom Botanical and Community Garden.

Ohio, Michigan governors place friendly wager on The Game


COLUMBUS, — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer placed a friendly wager ahead of the rivalry football game between The Ohio State University and the University of Michigan, commonly referred to as “The Game.”

Country music stars to hold concert in Xenia


DAYTON – American County Music Stars Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry and John Michael Montgomery are coming to Xenia on May 31st to Perform at United Way of the Greater Dayton Area’s “Stronger Together” Concert.

CSU partners with UC on comics studies showcase event


WILBERFORCE — Central State University students studying comic books and graphic novels will be presenting their semester-long research work at a free, public event at the University of Cincinnati (UC) later this month.

WSU recognized for military support


FAIRBORN — Already the definition of military friendly for its support of veteran and military-connected students on campus, Wright State University received recognition for its broad and invaluable support of military initiatives and partnerships off-campus too.

XACC ‘passes the gavel’ for 2024 leadership


XENIA — At its monthly board meeting on Tuesday, Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce Board Chair Alan Stock led the meeting for the final time in his role as chairman.

Atherton Amphitheater to be renovated


FAIRBORN — The Atherton Amphitheater at Community Park was approved for extensive renovations following Monday’s city council meeting.

Yellow Springs native joins elite Navy Honor Guard


YELLOW SPRINGS — A native of Yellow Springs recently completed an intensive 10-week training program to become a member of the elite U.S. Navy Ceremonial Guard.

Xenia holds second neXtPlan meeting


XENIA — The city held its second public meeting for neXtPlan last week. The plan will be the “refresh” to the city’s current comprehensive neXtPlan and will determine how the community developments, grows, and changes over the next ten years.

GCPH: Be safe during holiday weekend


XENIA — The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is working with Greene County Public Health’s Safe Communities Coalition to make sure you stay safe on the roads throughout the holiday weekend.


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