FAIRBORN — “People from around the state will look at the scoreboard and we’re going to tell them ‘hell no, that’s not a misprint.’”
CEDARVILLE — Testifying to the impact of Cedarville University students, the Greene County Council on Aging (GCCOA) invited students from the university’s school of nursing to participate in its fall prevention event on Wednesday, Sept. 27.
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — How did thinkers of the late 1800s, including writers like Jules Verne and H.G. Wells, envision the future? Find out at the National Museum of the United States Air Force’s newest special exhibit, Discover Steampunk: A Fantastical Hands-On Adventure, coming Sept. 24.
FAIRBORN — Fairborn and Bath Township residents’ complaints about the Herr Road biodigester have been heard and the owner has agreed to permanently close it down.
WILBERFORCE — The University of Akron School of Law (Akron Law) and Central State University on Wednesday announced a degree partnership to create a seamless, sequential system for students to obtain a bachelor’s degree from Central State and a Juris Doctor (JD) from Akron Law in just six years instead of the usual seven.
XENIA — Greene County Public Health will unveil the fourth and final Little Pantry and Food Drive from 2-4 today at 360 Wilson Drive, Xenia.
XENIA — A Huber Heights man was convicted of gross sexual imposition in Greene County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday.
FAIRBORN —Fairborn City School officials said they are “proud” of the district’sstate report card and overall ranking of 3.5 out of five stars.
XENIA — Bellbrook and Yellow Springs schools were the highest scoring public school districts in Greene County, according to report card data released by the Ohio Department of Education Thursday.