WSU hosting boots to business workshop
Public universities targeting degree attainment
YS evaluating potential broadband infrastructure
Health director retires after 36 years
New program aides amputee mobility
- WSU hosting boots to business workshop - 11:13 am
- Public universities targeting degree attainment - 11:05 am
- YS evaluating potential broadband infrastructure - 10:54 am
- Health director retires after 36 years - 10:51 am
- Xenia chamber accepting award nominations - 10:39 am
- Raiderthon aims to raise money for a cause - 10:27 am
- Bellbrook takes a closer look - 10:25 am
- Xenia residents named soil champions - 8:23 am
- Researchers to study fentanyl abuse - 10:54 am
- Student continues to chase his dreams - 10:54 am
- Xenia Drive closing Thursday - 10:51 am
- A lesson in Peru - 10:50 am
- Area Digest - 8:41 am
- Halloween in Fairborn - 8:38 am
- Reaching for the moon - 8:38 am
- AFIT offers graduate programs - 8:38 am
- AFRL event aims to inspire researchers - 8:37 am
- Xenia Police Reports - 8:37 am
- Fatal accident driver was over legal limit - 1:59 pm
- WPAFB sharing Halloween safety tips - 11:18 am
- Cabinet appointments position CU for growth - 11:14 am
- PEP names Individual of the Year - 11:12 am
- Xenia Police Reports - 8:43 am
- Student goes from program to medical school - 8:42 am
- Warner Middle School honor roll - 8:42 am
Student continues to chase his dreams
Greene County NewsFAIRBORN — What once was a dream has now become a reality for Wright State University graduate student Chuckwudubem “Dub...
Xenia Drive closing Thursday
Fairborn Daily HeraldFAIRBORN — The City of Fairborn Street Division will close a section of Xenia Drive and Maple Avenue to perform needed work...
A lesson in Peru
Greene County NewsBELLBROOK — Last week the seventh graders of Bellbrook Middle School were treated to a presentation by Melissa Jordan who spen...
Gazette News ReportMen to stand up for womenYELLOW SPRINGS – A team of Yellow Springs men will line the village’s downtown sidewalks begin...
Reaching for the moon
Greene County NewsFAIRBORN — For a 9-year-old boy, it was a night to remember.Sick with worry about his 11-year-old sister, who was seriously il...
Bengals have tough time stopping the guy with the ball
By Joe KayAP Sports WriterCINCINNATI — Undrafted rookie Kevin Hogan took off, slipped through several defenders and scored on a 28-yard run, the...
Prof gives free pass to student who ditched class for Series
The Associated PressCLEVELAND — An Ohio college student who ditched class to head to the opening game of the World Series in Cleveland has won a...
World Series spotlight shifts to Chicago and Wrigley Field
By Carla K. JohnsonAssociated PressCHICAGO — A woman in a Chicago Cubs jersey climbed onto a man’s shoulders to pose for — what else...
Kyle Schwarber’s success no surprise to Jets’ Jalin Marshall
By Dennis Waszak Jr.AP Sports WriterFLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Kyle Schwarber’s big-time World Series impact for the Chicago Cubs is no surprise...
CSU helping the community
Greene County NewsXENIA — Members of the Central State University football team volunteered their time helping workers at the Xenia Adult Recrea...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Greene County NewsUnitarian Universalist programYELLOW SPRINGS — The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Yellow Springs will present “A S...
The Amish Cook on the move
Falling leaves are signaling the arrival of autumn and with it the slowing down of busy summer schedules. A major project has been crossed off our lis...
Class of 1956 reunites
Submitted photoThe Xenia High School class of 1956 celebrated its 60th class reunion Sept. 17-18. The class had a dinner at Walnut Grove Country Club ...
Mullins, Ramblers receive awards
Gazette News ReportXENIA — Joe Mullins took some hardware home from the World of Bluegrass Conference in North Carolina.In a special ceremony ce...
Three authors to visit Books & Co.
Greene County NewsBEAVERCREEK — Books & Co. at The Greene will host several authors and events in the coming weeks. Books & Co. is locat...
Life’s little daily challenges
The world is filled with lots of little things that challenge me in a big way on almost a daily basis.For example, I’ve never been able to fold ...
Letters to the editor
New schools will benefit everyoneEditor:Xenia Community Schools’ Issue 21 on the ballot Nov. 8 is a 3.9-mill bond issue. Voter approval of the i...
After the election, back to important things
Soon, thank heaven, the 2016 election will be over. Americans can stop fussing over how many women Donald Trump molested, or what Russian hackers foun...
Letters to the Editor
Say yes to GMHEditor:I have just recently finished having physical therapy at Greene Memorial Hospita. The therapists and their assistants were very n...
Remembering Hap Scmidt
GREENE COUNTY — Harold Schmidt, known as “Hap” was born in 1922 in Ross County. During World War II, he was a member of the US Coast...
The fire at Lammer’s barrel factory
At the corner of Patterson and Shakertown Roads in Beavercreek, many years ago there was a company which provided chemical recycling and barrel recond...