CAESARSCREEK TOWNSHIP — Caesarscreek Township voters will have a renewal of a 1.5 mill fire and EMS levy on the Nov. 4 ballot.
JAMESTOWN — Jamestown voters will have the renewal of Issue 10 on the ballot Nov. 4. The 3.5 mill levy generates $93,000 annually for police services.
CLIFTON — The village of Clifton will have a renewal and an additional current operating expense levy on the Nov. 4 ballot. Both levies provide funds for the village's general expenses.
BEAVERCREEK — No additional taxes will come from the Beavercreek school district permanent improvement renewal levy, which is Issue 1 on the upcoming Nov. 4 ballot.
XENIA TOWNSHIP — Xenia Township voters are being asked to renew a 3.0 mill fire and safety levy Nov. 4.
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP — Jefferson Township voters will be deciding the fate of Issue 18, a 3.0 mill fire and EMS levy on Nov. 4.
ROSS TOWNSHIP — Voters in Ross Township Nov. 4 are being asked to consider an additional tax levy to help officials maintain roads and bridges.
XENIA — This November residents of unincorporated areas of Greene County will vote on an electrical aggregation program that would likely save them money on their electrical bills.
BATH TOWNSHIP — Bath Township voters will consider the renewal of a tax levy for fire and emergency medical services on Nov. 4.
YELLOW SPRINGS — Yellow Springs residents will determine the fate of a private development when they head to the polls Nov. 4.
FAIRBORN — As they head to the polls Nov. 4, Fairborn voters will consider the renewal of an existing 0.25 percent income tax to fund public safety services.
FAIRBORN — Fairborn residents will be asked to renew the current street levy on the Nov. 4 ballot.
CEDARVILLE TOWNSHIP — The Cedarville Township Volunteer Fire Department is the subject of a levy voters will decide on Nov. 4.
By Scott Halaszshalasz@civitasmedia.comCEDARVILLE TOWNSHIP — Cedarville Township trustees are asking their voters to approve Issue 5 on Nov. 4, which would allow the township to keep its budget stable.
GREENE COUNTY — Greene County voters will determine the future of their library system at the polls this November through Issue 2, which presents a renewal of an existing 1-mill levy plus an additional .9 mill.
Greene County Farm Forum recognized their 2014 scholarship winners at the annual Scholarship Fundraiser and Picnic in September. Each will receive $1,000 towards their education in some study program related to agriculture. Those recognized included...
MAD RIVER TOWNSHIP — The Greenon High School 2014 Homecoming Court includes senior queen candidates Rosie Apone, Kristin Clevenger, Nina Vince, Katie Ianni, Sidney Richards and Laura Baird.
ENON — The Enon Police Department is in the midst of several changes within its police force.
FAIRBORN — Local residents invited to learn more about medical services available to them this Thursday.
YELLOW SPRINGS — Mary Ellen Croteau, a Chicago based eco, feminist artist, is not averse to controversy. For many years she has been an active Feminist Artist with an international reputation, producing witty, sophisticated art that shafts the...
FAIRBORN —The City of Fairborn has extended their deadline for talented and dedicated citizens to apply to serve on city advisory boards and committees.
XENIA — The Greene County Council on Aging is sponsoring a Medicare check-up and wellness event 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22 at the Xenia Community Center, 1265 W. Second St.
XENIA — The team of Greene County Career Center team of McKenzie Brown, Mikal Porter, Nicole Hackman and Emma Horney placed sixth in the recent Ohio FFA Region 9 Soils Career Development Event. Individually, Brown placed fourth and advanced to...
FAIRBORN — Wright State Physicians Orthopaedics will offer an educational session, “New Insights into Diagnosis and Management of Rheumatoid Arthritis,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, in classroom 1 in the Wright State Physicians Health...
FAIRBORN — For many women, running, exercising, sneezing or coughing can result in urine leaking, causing embarrassment and discomfort. Of the 25 million American adults who experience urinary incontinence, 75 percent are women, according to the...