Power Points football game returns
Greene County veterans to be inducted into 2020 HOF
Fairborn teacher found in violation over social media posts
Library receives COVID safety funding
WPAFB moves to HPC Bravo
- Power Points football game returns - 9:38 am
- Greene County veterans to be inducted into 2020 HOF - 9:37 am
- Fairborn teacher found in violation over social media posts - 8:05 pm updated: 9:38 am.
- Library receives COVID safety funding - 9:45 am
- WPAFB moves to HPC Bravo - 9:44 am
- ODE releases abbreviated district report card - 11:17 am
- BOE director advises voters to request ballots now - 11:16 am
- Little Art Theatre closes until 2021 - 8:11 pm
- Fairborn Chamber cancels Halloween festival - 9:55 am
- Yellow Springs decriminalizes marijuana possession - 9:54 am
- Sheriff’s office receives federal traffic safety funds - 9:43 am
- GCPH: Recent COVID-19 surge stems from nursing homes - 7:10 pm updated: 7:20 pm.
- Bacon-stuffed mushrooms a hit at the Yoders’ - 11:59 am
- Remembering Aunt Barbara and apples - 2:15 pm
- Residents receiving scam calls - 2:15 pm
- Fairborn remembers 9/11 - 12:10 pm
- Local mothers win breastfeeding essay contest - 1:12 pm
- Aging Mastery Program expanding to Book Club by Phone - 12:10 pm
- Football players to quarantine after opponent tests positive - 9:55 am
- Scouts in Troop 162 prepared for the fall - 9:55 am
- Like Angels - 9:40 am
- Remembering 9/11 - 9:40 am
- Facing the unknown with confidence - 9:40 am
- Alzheimer’s Association to host Q&A session - 10:07 am
- MHRB distributing suicide prevention toolkits - 3:46 pm
Yellow Springs decriminalizes marijuana possession
YELLOW SPRINGS — In a unanimous vote during a recent council meeting, Yellow Springs voted to decriminalize marijuana. By reducing the penalties...
GCPH: Recent COVID-19 surge stems from nursing homes
XENIA — Clusters of COVID-19 cases at three local nursing homes in recent weeks has caused a surge of the virus in the county, according to Gree...
Bacon-stuffed mushrooms a hit at the Yoders’
We are down to the last days of Mary’s stay. How we will all miss her once she’s gone back home to Ohio! After two months of having Mary h...
Remembering Aunt Barbara and apples
As I was picking some apples last night to make a pie, it took me back to my childhood.My brothers and sisters and I loved to go to Mallows’ Orc...
Residents receiving scam calls
XENIA — The Greene County Sheriff’s Office is receiving reports of its non-emergency numbers being “spoofed” to potentially sc...
Full ‘stream’ ahead for Xenia on YouTube
XENIA — Before making his sports broadcasting debut last week, Dylan Hoosier had one concern.“The most difficult part was starting,”...
Bellbrook stays perfect with OT win
XENIA — There was an instant classic in Germantown Friday as a pair of Southwestern Buckeye League rivals played regularly for the last time.Bel...
Quick start sparks Rams
JAMESTOWN — Greeneview couldn’t have asked for a better start in its rivalry game against Cedarville Friday.And the visiting Indians were ...
Stebbins hits their stride against Bucs
XENIA — The Xenia Buccaneers appeared dominant in the first half of their game versus the Stebbins Indians on Friday. With two touchdowns and a ...
Football stats leaders
Here’s a look at the top performers in football through two weeks.Stats are taken from the various league websites.FootballPassing yards400 Ryan...
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Fairborn to hold 9/11 memorial ceremony
FAIRBORN — Fairborn will honor those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001 in a memorial ceremony at the National Center for Medical Readiness ...
August 312:11 a.m. - Noise complaint in the 300 block of Franklin Court12:18 a.m. - Domestic violence in the 300 block of Forest Street12:58 a.m. - Bu...
WSU reports first 5 COVID cases
FAIRBORN — Wright State University announced Sept. 1 that the university has its first positive COVID-19 cases of the academic year. Four studen...
Aug. 1 12:07 a.m. – Suspicious vehicle in the 2500 block of Colonel Glenn Highway12:21 a.m. - Assist in the 400 block of Thompson Drive12:41 a.m...
Cat of the week: Pinot
XENIA — Greene County Animal Care & Control (GCAC) at 641 Dayton-Xenia Road in Xenia is back to full services with a few changes. The shelte...
Back to school time
Parents wishing for their children to obtain a proper education would often deed a portion of their property to the local school district for the purp...
Buccaneer football during a pandemic
We went to the first home XHS football game last Friday.I probably went to my first XHS football game when I was about six. My brother Robert “M...
Let the buyer beware
It seems to me that we are besieged with all kinds of gimmicks, some almost tricks, designed to get us to spend our money on some particular goods or ...
Write that letter
Have you always wanted to tell a parent, a sibling, a partner, a friend how you feel about him/her, the ways in which that person has had a positive i...
Broom manufacturing big in Xenia
In the early part of the 20th century, a new manufacturing business opened in Xenia.The Hunt Broom Factory opened for business in 1918. The business w...
Parks Act preserving Ohio’s treasures
Earlier this month marked a momentous breakthrough in our efforts to safeguard our public lands when President Trump signed into law my Restore Our Pa...