WPAFB highlights Energy Action Month
FAHS presenting history of UFOs at WPAFB
Wright State affiliates spoke at TEDxDayton
Xenia man killed in accident
Student leads medical conference
- WPAFB highlights Energy Action Month - 4:56 pm
- FAHS presenting history of UFOs at WPAFB - 4:56 pm
- Wright State affiliates spoke at TEDxDayton - 4:56 pm
- Xenia man killed in accident - 4:55 pm
- Student leads medical conference - 11:37 am
- Free walking event to be held - 6:31 pm
- Veterans’ Services Resource Fair to be held - 6:31 pm
- Parks highlight history of Underground Railroad - 6:31 pm
- Open schooling days available for equestrians - 6:31 pm
- Cadets earn scholarships - 6:31 pm
- Bath Township meets candidates - 4:26 pm
- Boonshoft researchers attack breast cancer - 4:26 pm
- Fairborn ready for scares - 4:26 pm
- Directorate recruiting new leaders - 4:26 pm updated: 11:36 am.
- Fairborn meets mayor, council candidates - 4:39 pm
- Learning STEM at the library - 4:39 pm
- Immaculée Ilibagiza: ‘My heart transformed’ - 4:38 pm
- Council approves Jubie’s Creamery ice cream parlor to open in Fairborn - 4:38 pm
- Theatre hosting lunchtime pop-up - 4:07 pm
- 100 Women give to Pass It On - 4:07 pm
- Halloween Festival, zombie walk to bewitch Fairborn Oct. 20-22 - 4:07 pm
- Parks hosting fall events - 4:06 pm
- Engineer embraces mentorship, opportunity - 5:03 pm
- WPAFB hosting retiree appreciation event - 5:03 pm
- Center hosts annual rib fest - 5:03 pm
Cadets earn scholarships
Submitted photoAt the Greene County Career Center’s October Board of Education meeting, four recipients of Greene County Career Center Adult Edu...
Bath Township meets candidates
Editor’s note: This is the second story to a two-part series highlighting the Greene County Tea Party’s Meet the Candidate’s event, ...
Boonshoft researchers attack breast cancer
FAIRBORN — Researchers at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine are aggressively attacking breast cancer by exploring the mol...
Directorate recruiting new leaders
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — With an aging workforce and steady attrition rates due to retirements and people moving on for various reasons...
Fairborn meets mayor, council candidates
Editor’s note: This is the first story to a two-part series highlighting the Greene County Tea Party’s Meet the Candidate’s event, h...
WSU defeats NKUFAIRBORN — The Wright State University men’s soccer team defeated Northern Kentucky, 1-0, Oct. 21 at WSU’s Alumni Fie...
A Wee Bucs football player reacts after shaking the hand of current Xenia Buccaneers quarterback Jonny Shampton Jr. (7) and future Kentucky Wildcat Me...
Composite software and the need for speed
FAIRBORN — Sean Saffle was a student athlete at Wright State University who turned his passion for engineering and prosthetics into a career.A 2...
Fairborn Fall Softball StandingsFAIRBORN — City of Fairborn Parks and Recreation Fall League softball standings through Week 4.MONDAYMen’s...
Bucs girls soccer season ends
XENIA — Miamisburg coach Bob Bobbitt was the first to say how Thursday’s 4-1 win over host and ninth-seeded Xenia wasn’t indicative ...
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Greene County marriages
May 24Erin W. Rodgers of Yellow Springs and Mary J. Gentile of Yellow Springs applied for a marriage license. Date of marriage not on record.Caleb L. ...
Confectionately Yours: An open house
I was an infant when Daddy left Texas to check on my grandmother in Mississippi. His sister made a request to come live with us in Texas. She was in a...
Merrimans celebrate 70 years
XENIA — Russ and Pat Merriman of Xenia will be celebrating their 70th anniversary. They were married June 26, 1947, at her parents home in Xenia...
Give and it shall be given unto you
It is interesting to me that in the very early days into my widowhood, I encountered no less than four other women who also lost their husbands. One o...
Jinks graduated from basic
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — US Air Force Airman 1st Class Torey L. Jinks graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San...
Trump head, Pence tail
If a metaphor could be used for this White House, it might be a two-sided coin with President Trump the head and Vice President Mike Pence the tail.Th...
Letters to the editor
Tax write-offsEditor:Fellow Fairbornites, we have a lot of empty buildings in Fairborn. While there are several reasons for this, one in particular ma...
Bernie Sanders thinks war is overrated, and he’s right
When Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was a candidate for president, he seemed uninterested in talking about foreign policy.Instead, Sanders cast himself...
Growing Ohio’s local farm economies
If the best apples are grown in Ohio, why buy apples from Washington or New York?We should support Ohio farmers from around the state, helping them gr...
Avoid election misdirection
With an election coming up, it’s important to keep focused on what’s going on here at home rather than be distracted by the childish circu...
We get sick, they get rich
Our current health care system in the United States works just fine — for the corporate executives who run it.Take, for instance, Michael Mussal...