- Xenia Christian class to graduate Saturday - 3:16 pm
- DeWine to run for governor in 2018 - 1:34 pm
- Xenia checkbook going online - 11:30 am
- Cedarville choir, band earn high marks - 11:14 am
- One dead after accident near Clifton - 3:07 pm
- Boil water advisory canceled - 2:36 pm
- Boonshoft professor receives award - 11:50 am
- Boonshoft researchers study use of marijuana edibles - 11:49 am
- XHS seniors awarded millions in scholarships - 11:48 am
- Xenia Community Schools Foundation awards scholarships - 11:48 am
- Some individuals at WPAFB advised to seek alternative water - 11:44 am
- Bellbrook Class of 2016 to graduate - 5:01 pm
- Museum fourth building to open - 4:34 pm
- Fairborn Municipal Court - 2:41 pm
- Arrest made for Greenon threat - 4:38 pm
- SeniorPalooza set for Tuesday - 3:19 pm
- Xenia cash flow deficit may not be as bad - 12:23 pm updated: 12:28 pm.
- Wright-Patt Credit Union opens new center - 2:37 pm
- CASA volunteers sworn in - 2:36 pm
- Freezing/canning workshop scheduled - 2:35 pm
- Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team to play at WSU - 2:35 pm
- Be aware during stormy weather - 2:32 pm
- Two join Enon PD - 2:31 pm
- Museum offering weekly tours - 4:31 pm
- Chorus to present 55th annual show - 4:30 pm
- Lots going on in Xenia schools - 4:29 pm
- Young entrepreneurs selling products - 4:29 pm
- OVI checkpoints set for Thursday - 10:41 am updated: 11:24 am.
- Seven inducted into Fairborn Hall of Honor - 6:19 pm
- Airport closed for improvements - 1:22 pm
- WSU forms presidential search committee - 12:06 pm
- DeWine announces settlement for blind vendor at WPAFB - 12:00 pm
- Locals to graduate from Clark State - 8:38 am
- More housing coming to Fairborn - 5:07 pm
- Hungry no more, mom giving back - 5:05 pm
- Fairborn police reports - 8:31 am
- Xenia to resume ‘Neighborhood Night Out’ events - 12:16 pm
- Fairborn police charge alleged air conditioner bandit - 8:25 am updated: 4:28 pm.
- Fairborn Municipal Court - 12:00 pm
- Pedestrian killed crossing Colonel Glenn Highway - 4:36 pm
- Student brings pot brownies to school - 10:21 am
- Fairborn police reports - 8:38 am
- CU students in Shell Eco-Marathon - 3:25 pm
- Hospice to open new Xenia center - 2:18 pm
- Fairborn chamber hosting annual awards banquet - 2:14 pm
- Fairborn up for two awards - 2:13 pm
- Presenters selected for Fairborn schools Hall of Honor event - 2:10 pm
- Cedarville responds to lawsuit - 2:06 pm
- Xenia’s junior royalty - 8:46 am
- Fairborn police reports - 8:45 am
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Some individuals at WPAFB advised to seek alternative water
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Bellbrook Class of 2016 to graduate
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Museum fourth building to open
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Fairborn Municipal Court
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Hospitality Center awards scholarship
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Greene County Fish and Game recognizes volunteers
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More focus needed on medical mistakes
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