- Cedarville High School Class of 2016 Graduation - 8:20 am
- Xenia names new law director - 3:47 pm
- Fallen service members honored at ceremony - 1:30 pm updated: 11:07 am.
- WYSO, YS Kids Playhouse partner for production - 1:29 pm
- Area Digest - 1:29 pm
- 5th annual 5k Run/Walk of Hope - 1:29 pm
- Phone scams targeting Greene County - 1:29 pm
- Jamestown Family Medicine adds Xenia location - 1:29 pm
- GCPH provides grilling and picnic guidelines - 1:29 pm
- Shawnee announces honor roll - 1:29 pm
- Trail Sentinels on patrol - 1:29 pm
- WPAFB shuts down well in compliance with EPA - 11:05 am
- Therapy dogs offer comfort - 10:33 am
- Former Bellbrook doctor sentenced in pill mill case - 4:24 pm
- 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
- Boonshoft graduates 100 students - 10:50 pm updated: 8:21 am.
- American Legion Post 526 hosts Memorial Day ceremony - 1:44 pm updated: 8:21 am.
- Bellbrook picnic and vintage baseball game - 8:18 am updated: 8:20 am.
GCPH provides grilling and picnic guidelines
Greene County NewsXENIA — As the grilling and picnic season begins in earnest this weekend with Memorial Day and graduation celebrations, Greene...
Shawnee announces honor roll
Gazette News ReportXENIA — Shawnee Elementary School announced its fourth quarter honor roll.Recognized were:Super Honor Roll (All As)Fifth Grad...
Trail Sentinels on patrol
Greene County NewsXENIA — The Greene County Parks & Trails Trail Sentinels are gearing up for the 2016 cycling season. The cycling enthusias...
WPAFB shuts down well in compliance with EPA
Greene County NewsWRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — After a deliberate review and assessment of the potential impacts to Area A if Well #8 were ...
Former Bellbrook doctor sentenced in pill mill case
XENIA — A former Greene County doctor was sentenced Thursday to serve 20 months in prison for charges related to a Bellbrook pill mill.During hi...
11 states could regulate daily fantasy sports by year’s end
By Wayne ParryAssociated PressATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — As many as 11 states may adopt regulations permitting and regulating daily fantasy sports by...
Fruitless effort: Sports writer tries goalkeeping vs pros
By Tim BoothAP Sports WriterTUKWILA, Wash. — Brad Evans is usually among the most easygoing members of the Seattle Sounders.Which is why after s...
Health experts urge WHO to consider moving Rio Olympics
By Maria ChengAP Medical WriterLONDON — Health experts on Friday urged the World Health Organization to consider whether the Rio de Janeiro Olym...
Beavercreek trio state bound
By John Bombatchjbombatch@civitasmedia.comDAYTON — Three Beavercreek High School track and field standouts earned trips to Columbus next week. M...
Improving Larson looks for first Cup win at Coca-Cola 600
By Steve ReedAP Sports WriterCONCORD, N.C. — Kyle Larson believes he’s on the verge of kicking in the door and getting his first NASCAR Sp...
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Gazette News ReportBGSU dean’s listBOWLING GREEN — Bowling Green State University has announced the undergraduate students who have been n...
Xenia Library announces June programs
Gazette News ReportXENIA — Exciting and fun programs for people of all ages are being planned at the Xenia Community Library.The library is loca...
Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Parks upcoming events
Gazette News ReportBELLBROOK — The Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Parks will host a variety of upcoming programs held at the Community Center. Call 937-84...
Hospitality Center awards scholarship
Gazette News ReportXENIA — Hospitality Center for Rehabilitation and Healing awarded a $500 scholarship to Xenia High School senior Shelby Shous...
Steelhead fishing excitement
By Larry MooreMoore OutdoorsThe trunk was loaded with fishing gear and my sleeping bag as I pointed the car north toward Lake County, Ohio. I was fill...
Pastor’s false charge sets real injustice back
By Mitch AlbomLast month, a pastor named Jordan Brown, who is openly gay, went into a Whole Foods Market in Austin, Texas, and purchased a cake. He or...
Trump and the Supreme Court
By Cal ThomasIn releasing his list of potential Supreme Court nominees, Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, has begun to so...
When I was a much younger man and covering local radio and television for daily newspapers in three different states there wasn’t much variety w...
Despite the rise of Trump, conservatism isn’t dead yet
By Jonah GoldbergSell your Adam Smith ties, everybody, and smash your busts of Ronald Reagan. It’s all over.Why? Because we have entered a new e...
One of the earliest roads: Bullskin Trace
By Joan BaxterOne of the earliest roads which provided transportation through Greene County was what was known as the Bullskin Trace or Bullskin Trail...