Local officer provides outreach for residents in need
FAIRBORN — Fairborn police officer Sam Fullen has partnered with Kroger and the Fairborn FISH Pantry to donate supplies for residents in need.
HALO K9 Behavior receives grant
XENIA — HALO K9 Behavior recently received a Rachael Ray Save Them All grant from national animal welfare organization Best Friends Animal Society.
McIlvaine adds pair to team
XENIA — A pair of life-long Xenia residents have joined McIlvaine, Realtors.
Storage units approved for construction
FAIRBORN — In a city council meeting Monday, the council approved initial plans to renovate a vacant lot and create storage units on East Dayton Yellow Springs road.
Top achievers recognized
Kyoshi DJ Yates and Hanshi Doug Yates are recognized by county commissioners Rick Perales, Dick Gould, and Tom Koogler for their induction in the USA Karate Federation Hall of Fame.
SWAT action leads to felony arrest
XENIA — A Xenia man was arrested and charged with felonious assault and domestic violence after a standoff that included the Greene County Regional SWAT Team May 12.
Wilberforce holds 2023 commencement
WILBERFORCE — The nation’s first, private, historically black college/university (HBCU) held its spring commencement May 6 at the university’s alumni multiplex.
Another record size class graduates from CU
CEDARVILLE — The pomp and circumstance that one would expect at a college graduation were on display Saturday, May 6, when Cedarville University graduated 965 students — its largest class by 6 percent — during the 127th annual commencement ceremony in the Doden Field House. The university graduated 909 students in 2022.
Cedarville will graduate largest class in history
CEDARVILLE — Cedarville University will celebrate the accomplishments of its 964 graduates — a 6 percent increase from 2022 and the largest graduating class in university history — during its 127th commencement Saturday, May 6, in the Doden Field House. In 2022, Cedarville awarded degrees to a then-record 909 undergraduate and graduate students.
GCPH observing Mental Health Awareness Month
XENIA — Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in the U.S. since 1949. Every year during May, Greene County Public Health, along with countless other agencies across the country, joins the national movement to raise awareness about mental health. Together, the agencies fight stigma, provide support, educate the public, and advocate for policies that support the millions of people in the U.S. affected by mental illness.