Fairborn to replace weak pavement spots near I-675 on Dayton-Yellow Springs Road
New technology positioned for wide-use
Wright State beginning search for new provost
Spring makes first appearance
If those planes could talk
- Fairborn to replace weak pavement spots near I-675 on Dayton-Yellow Springs Road - 5:06 pm
- New technology positioned for wide-use - 5:06 pm
- Wright State beginning search for new provost - 5:06 pm
- Spring makes first appearance - 5:05 pm
- Area Digest - 8:45 am
- DAR presents info on dating old photos - 8:45 am
- Local artist to showcase work - 8:45 am
- WSU program saves students thousands in textbooks - 8:45 am
- Fairborn City Council approves section five of housing subdivision - 7:45 pm
- If those planes could talk - 4:29 pm
- Trustees discuss impact of technological advances - 4:29 pm
- AFRL, WSU leaders highlight partnership - 4:29 pm
- CBC partnering with church to host blood drive - 4:28 pm
- IT students compete, succeed - 4:15 pm updated: 4:29 pm.
- Residents report results of EPA hearing - 4:15 pm
- FHS to present ‘Cinderella’ - 4:15 pm
- IT students compete, succeed - 4:12 pm
- Fairborn FISH Food Pantry helps those in need with help of community - 3:43 pm
- Student volunteers for Peace Corps - 4:06 pm
- Love all around: seniors celebrate Valentine’s Day - 4:06 pm
- Leonard Williams to speak at FAA meeting - 4:05 pm
- Crew overcomes odds to complete 25 missions - 4:05 pm
- Cupid’s arrow strikes Fairborn - 4:29 pm
- Construction to cause lane, road closures - 4:27 pm
- Construction on DYS, 675 to begin this summer - 4:27 pm
Trustees discuss impact of technological advances
BATH TOWNSHIP — Bath Township Trustee John Martin discussed the recent advances in technology in the auto industry that keynote speaker Charlie ...
AFRL, WSU leaders highlight partnership
FAIRBORN — Senior leaders from the Air Force Research Laboratory came to Wright State University to discuss how to strengthen and expand partner...
CBC partnering with church to host blood drive
FAIRBORN — Get an early start on St. Patrick’s Day celebrations by supporting the Mary Help of Christians community blood drive slated for...
IT students compete, succeed
XENIA — Information Technology seniors Clare Butcher of Beavercreek and Matthew Rigg of Bellbrook led Greene County Career Center main campus co...
Residents report results of EPA hearing
BATH TOWNSHIP — Bath Township residents Joe Batman and Kassie Lester were on hand at the Feb. 7 township meeting to present a brief report about...
GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALLFirst-round ResultsDivision IFairmont 54, Fairborn 25Beavercreek 63, Sidney 26Division IIBellbrook 59, Marshall 14Carroll ...
Bellbrook, clock run over Marshall
LEBANON — It had no bearing on Bellbrook’s tournament path, but Coach Jason Tincher made sure his Golden Eagles were aware that a No. 15 s...
Skyhawks defeat XeniaFAIRBORN — Dylan Eichman rolled a 220-198 — 418 two-game series and Fairborn high school boys bowling teammate James ...
Dayton Boat Club offering Learn-to-Row class
DAYTON — The Dayton Boat Club adult rowing program will host its spring learn-to-row class Friday through Sunday, April 13-15, at the club’...
Babb headed to Heidelberg
XENIA — The university first took notice of Marissa Babb two years ago at a soccer camp in Indianapolis. A few instructional camps later, the Xe...
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Selecting the proper running shoes
XENIA — Getting a new pair of running shoes should be a fun experience. If you do a little bit of homework beforehand and determine approximatel...
CHS, CU Jazz Band performanceCEDARVILLE — Cedarville High School and Cedarville University jazz bands will perform at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. ...
Dr. Mossbarger to address Farm Forum
XENIA — Dr. John Mossbarger, member of the Ohio Board of Trustees of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation representing Clinton, Fayette, Greene and W...
WSU Theatre presenting ‘The Grapes of Wrath’
FAIRBORN — Wright State University Theatre continues its 43rd season with the Tony Award-winning drama “The Grapes of Wrath” now thr...
Yellow Springs Library announces programs
YELLOW SPRINGS — The Yellow Springs Community Libraries will hold a variety of programs for the month of February. Yellow Springs Community Libr...
Gloria bakes the cake
“Julia, here is a one cup measure for the flour, you may put two level cups into this bowl and Austin, here’s the sugar, you may dump this...
Amazon will choose Chicago
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Do the poor deserve health care? These politicians say no.
Between 2013 and 2016, the state of Kentucky experienced a veritable medical miracle.In 2013, two of every five low-income people in the state had no ...
A battle over more than just a galaxy
The Last Jedi is a great film if you need to hear and see a fight for the Resistance on the screen. It’s also one of my favorite movies in the f...
What Trump wants on immgration is ethnic cleansing
The president’s “open hand” to Democrats is full of poison pills.I’ll be honest: I didn’t watch Trump’s State of t...
Democrats, you’ve been had
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Plenty of blame to go around on shutdown
Republicans called it the “Schumer shutdown,” citing the Senate Democratic leader’s role in blocking the bill to prevent a governmen...