Beavercreek suspends medical marijuana business
HLC reaffirms WSU’s accreditation
Greene County cycling event attracts record numbers
One year in, Hope Spot organizers eye new facility
Court interpreters a part of due process
- Seventh-graders need additional vaccinations - 9:00 am
- Beavercreek suspends medical marijuana business - 11:17 am
- Museum to welcome MathAlive! exhibit Saturday - 8:30 am
- Masonic Center holding blood drive - 8:30 am
- Seniors tour Air Force Museum - 8:30 am
- One year in, Hope Spot organizers eye new facility - 2:19 pm
- Court interpreters a part of due process - 12:11 pm
- Voting open in Greene County Archives contest - 12:29 pm
- New WU president ready to work - 10:32 am
- Longtime Beavercreek battalion chief retires - 3:58 pm
- WSU pulls out of debate - 2:25 pm
- U.S. 35 superstreet project receives state funding - 11:20 am
- Students learn offensive, defensive hacking tactics - 11:13 am
- RNC: Ohio delegation overjoyed by ‘Down Under’ speech - 5:48 pm
- Wilberforce names new president - 11:34 am
- City rejects public service contract proposal - 9:12 am
- Greene County Probate Court to close for upgrades - 9:11 am
- Information issued on fatal crashes in Greene County - 9:11 am
- Yellow Springs Home Inc. celebrates 20th home - 9:10 am
- Housing providers to offer assessments for services - 9:10 am
- Local Knights collect for Measure-Up Campaign - 9:10 am
- Pokemon Go game benefiting new, shy WSU students - 9:09 am
- Yellow Springs Historical Society to host mural presentation - 9:09 am
- Online radio station has local appeal - 9:32 am updated: 1:14 pm.
- Deputies asking for help in identifying human remains - 5:12 pm
- Greene CATS to celebrate 15 years - 8:16 am
- Cedarville radio app a success - 8:16 am
- FVPC receives donation - 8:15 am
- Slow Roll movement continues in July - 8:15 am
- CPD announces debate details - 12:23 pm
- Enix named assistant superintendent - 11:02 am
- New Tecumseh principal named - 10:49 am
- Community provides mixed input on Greene County Land Bank - 4:59 pm
- Anniversary leads to hunt for Beavercreek house - 2:39 pm
- Beavercreek officers granted third lawsuit delay - 11:02 am
- SpringsFest to start new tradition in YS - 12:48 pm
- Male infertility: one couple’s story - 10:58 am
- Fairborn Municipal Court - 10:56 am
- Local student studies abroad - 8:21 am
- McClellan awarded agriscience education scholarship - 8:21 am
- Decision 2016: One building for two schools - 8:33 am
- Beavercreek schools hires new director - 8:30 am
- Fairborn celebrates Fourth of July - 8:30 am
- Fourth-‘born’ - 8:29 am
- Cox announces final honor roll - 9:56 am
- Volunteers bring Fourth of July celebrations to life - 10:00 am
- History of aprons - 8:05 am
- Country roads, take me … to Jamestown - 8:05 am
- Xenia native CEO of credit union - 8:05 am
- New Kroger to open in early 2017 - 1:57 pm updated: 8:08 am.
Longtime Beavercreek battalion chief retires
BEAVERCREEK — As Bryon Betsinger went down the row of Beavercreek Township Fire Department staff, embracing each one and sharing a few words wit...
WSU pulls out of debate
Greene County News ReportFAIRBORN — In a surprise announcement Tuesday afternoon, Wright State University announced it was pulling out as host o...
U.S. 35 superstreet project receives state funding
XENIA — The superstreet project for U.S. Route 35 in Beavercreek Township has received a $5 million commitment in state funding.The funding, whi...
Students learn offensive, defensive hacking tactics
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — Five teams of eight individuals competed against each other at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Monday to find ...
RNC: Ohio delegation overjoyed by ‘Down Under’ speech
The Ohio delegation to the Republican National Convention received a visit from “Down Under” during its kickoff breakfast Monday.Australia...
Wilberforce names new president
Gazette News ReportWILBERFORCE —Dr. Herman J. Felton Jr., has been named president at Wilberforce University, the school announced Monday.Felton...
Four sculptors spent approximately 400 hours to create the tribute out of 2,150 pounds of butter. The Dairy Products Building display, which includes ...
Federer to miss rest of season, including Olympics, US Open
By Howard FendrichAP Tennis WriterRoger Federer is sitting out the rest of this season, including the Rio de Janeiro Olympics and U.S. Open, to protec...
Champion Cavs give coach Tyronn Lue contract extension
By Tom WithersAP Sports WriterCLEVELAND — Thrust into an awkward situation in January, Tyronn Lue finished on top in June.On Tuesday, the affabl...
At least 105 Russian athletes banned so far
By James EllingworthAP Sports WriterMOSCOW — At least 105 athletes from the 387-strong Russian Olympic team announced last week have been barred...
Baltusrol is last chance for 2016 major for McIlroy, Spieth
By Doug FergusonAP Golf WriterSPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Rory McIlroy took stock of his game and the shots required at Baltusrol and reached a most log...
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Jamestown couple to celebrate 50th
JAMESTOWN — Danny and Patty Lyons will be married 50 years Friday, July 22.The couple has one son, Dan, and one daughter, Amy Pratte. They have ...
Malones celebrate 60 years
FAIRBORN — Esther and Arnold Malone of Fairborn were married June 23, 1956 in Waverly, Ohio by Rev. Andrew Workman.The couple celebrated their 6...
By Rosanna BaumanThe first time I met Herman, it was under somewhat somber circumstances, but it was definitely laughter at first sight. It was nearly...
Greene County marriages
Greene County NewsJune 8Robert C. Strawsburg of Milwaukee and Samantha N. Buzzard of Milwaukee applied for a marriage license. Date of marriage not on...
DeWine expands advanced training opportunities
Greene County NewsCOLUMBUS — In response to last week’s ambush murders of five law enforcement officers in Dallas, Texas, Ohio Attorney Ge...
Greene County marriages
Greene County NewsJune 7James M. Garvey of Beavercreek and David M. Hicks of Beavercreek applied for a marriage license. Date of marriage not on recor...
I’ve noticed lately that there aren’t very many positive stories in the newspapers any more.People who shoot each other are featured in ma...
Battle lines are being drawn in the workplace over more than just the thermostat setting.It looks as though the generational shift in employee mindset...
Get up and age in better health
Has anyone else noticed, as we get older, that there seems to be an ever increasing concerto of “pops and cracks” to herald each morning...
Letters to the editor
Fireworks festival appreciatedEditor:Thank you for the events of July 1. It was well attended and we enjoyed the fireworks display. We realize there a...
Know Ohio’s livestock tampering laws for fair season
Dr. Tony ForsheySummer marks the beginning of fair season – a time when thousands of 4-H youth all across the state showcase the animal projects...
Banks don’t commit crimes, bankers do
By Jim HightowerUntil the feds charge reckless bankers individually, they’ll shake down shareholders to bail them out for misdeeds.Hey, stop com...