Township promotes new road supervisor
Democratic commissioner candidates debate
Wright State University provost candidate withdraws, cancels campus visit
Lane closures set for sign installations
Greene CATS extends services
- Fran’s Favorites: Barbara Bush’s oatmeal cookies - 9:23 am
- Township promotes new road supervisor - 4:48 pm
- Democratic commissioner candidates debate - 4:47 pm
- Wright State University provost candidate withdraws, cancels campus visit - 4:46 pm
- Lane closures set for sign installations - 11:42 am
- Greene CATS extends services - 4:56 pm updated: 3:33 pm.
- Celebrating cultures - 4:56 pm
- Wright State University welcomes first provost candidate - 4:56 pm
- Voters start voting - 4:55 pm
- Farm Forum to tour Oasis Aqua Farm - 8:44 am
- Township posts ‘No Engine Brake’ sign - 4:14 pm
- Event breaks silence on sexual violence - 4:14 pm
- Fairborn adopts temporary moratorium on incoming businesses offering massage services - 4:13 pm
- Provost candidate to meet with WSU community - 4:13 pm
- Greene County News Digest - 9:02 am
- Fairborn assistant city manager earns new credential - 4:03 pm
- Warping back to the 80s - 4:03 pm
- WSU hosting Strategic Planning Open House - 4:02 pm
- County’s first veterans’ court holds first session - 4:02 pm
- DeWine trying to take Taylor commercial off air - 8:30 am
- Gayle graduates from basic training - 8:30 am
- ‘Buckskin Girl’ identified - 8:30 am
- Tvelia, Niswander to wed - 8:30 am
- Event to feature 2-time space shuttle astronaut - 3:58 pm
- C-h-a-m-p-i-o-n-s - 3:58 pm
Farm Forum to tour Oasis Aqua Farm
BEAVERCREEK — The Greene County Farm Forum will take a tour of Oasis Aqua Farm Monday, April 23.Oasis Aqua Farm is located at 2450 Beaver Valley...
Event breaks silence on sexual violence
Leah Fay, FVPC sexual assault response coordinator, speaks to a crowd in the amphitheater.Barb Slone | Greene County NewsFamily Violence Prevention Ce...
Fairborn adopts temporary moratorium on incoming businesses offering massage services
FAIRBORN — After a number of massage businesses have recently expressed interest in opening up within the City of Fairborn, council opted to pla...
Provost candidate to meet with WSU community
FAIRBORN — The first candidate for the position of executive vice president for academic affairs and provost of Wright State University will vis...
Greene County News Digest
Bridge closureBATH TOWNSHIP — The Medway Road bridge is closed for bridge repair until further notice. The closure will be between State Route 2...
Statehouse candidate releases opponent’s text message
FAIRBORN — Ohio House candidate Jocelyn Smith released a text message allegedly sent by her Republican primary opponent, Rep. Rick Perales, whic...
Patriots roll past CJRIVERSIDE — Carroll evened its overall record at 3-3 and moved to 3-2 in the Greater Catholic League’s Co-Ed North di...
Beaver battles for his dreams, and wins
FORT WORTH, Texas — He didn’t have a stellar high school football career at Beavercreek High. In fact, Michael Carroll may have spent as m...
Three Yellow Jackets earn Duel wins
OXFORD — Tommy Ansiel, Trent Classen, and Lane Hluch posted victories to highlight Cedarville University’s April 14 appearance at the Miam...
Yellow Springs announces first Hall classYELLOW SPRINGS — The Yellow Springs High School Athletic Department announced its inaugural Athletic Ha...
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Boonshoft hosting Global Health Initiative Symposium
FAIRBORN — The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine’s 13th Annual Global Health Initiative Symposium and Dinner will be he...
Museum hosting Memphis Belle presentation
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — With the opening of the new B-17F Memphis Belle exhibit just over a month away, visitors are invited to test t...
Scholarships available for music students
GREENE COUNTY — The Springfield Fortnightly Musical Club has set aside $1,000 to further the musical education of any senior student majoring in...
Weight loss surgery seminars scheduled
FAIRBORN — Joon Shim, M.D., M.P.H., FACS, a fellowship-trained, minimally invasive and bariatric surgeon with Wright State Physicians, will spea...
Xenia Municipal Court
Feb. 7Joshua W. Gentner Sr., 232 Union St., Xenia, guilty theft, fines $243, 180 days, 14 suspended. Jail suspended on condition no similar violation ...
Free speech takes another hit
Fox News host Laura Ingraham has apologized, as has the network, for nothing more serious than her tweet: “David Hogg rejected by four colleges ...
A new shiny tool to pad profits: stealing
From making workers deliver packages off-hours to pocketing their tips, corporate greed is turning theft into business as usual.Workplace exploitation...
Ohio’s budget victories
At a time when there’s not nearly enough bipartisan cooperation in Washington, I was able to work with Republicans and Democrats to secure Ohio ...
Kudlow joins White House that sorely needs cooler heads to prevail
Quick, raise your hand if you’d like to go to work for the Trump White House. The president has said he has plenty of willing candidates, with L...
Arming classroom teachers: A personal perspective
I had been thinking about the idea of arming classroom teachers well before President Trump suggested the measure as a response to the terrible murder...
A sick new game from the executive suite
Would you rather play the lottery than get your bonus? Didn’t think so.Today’s corporate captains like to think of themselves not as mere ...