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Roundabout planned to improve busy Xenia intersection
 State and local officials say creating a roundabout will make one of Xenia’s busiest intersections safer for motorists and pedestrians, and the public is invited to weigh-in on the project. The intersection at North Columbus and East Church streets can be confusing to out-of-town travelers and the Ohio Department of Transportation has...

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State and local officials say creating a roundabout will make one of Xenia’s busiest intersections safer for motorists and pedestrians, and the public is invited to weigh-in on the project. The intersection at North Columbus and East Church streets can be confusing to out-of-town travelers and the Ohio Department of Transportation has...
Fake green cards probe leads to felony corruption charges
 Two men are facing felony charges as investigators with the ACE Task Force in Greene County said the men sold fake United States identification cards and Social Security numbers to a confidential informant. Camilo Panso, 40, and Brayan Blanco, 37, are due to be arraigned today in Judge Stephen Wolaver’s courtroom. The pair have been...

Posted: 2 days ago

Two men are facing felony charges as investigators with the ACE Task Force in Greene County said the men sold fake United States identification cards and Social Security numbers to a confidential informant. Camilo Panso, 40, and Brayan Blanco, 37, are due to be arraigned today in Judge Stephen Wolaver’s courtroom. The pair have been...
New pact means lower electric rates for some Greene County residents
 A new electric rate will lead to savings for residents and small-business owners in unincorporated areas of Greene County. The Greene County commissioners recently approved a new agreement with AEP Energy, locking in for the next three years a lower rate than consumers are paying now under the current agreement with IGS Energy. STAY CONNECTED...

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A new electric rate will lead to savings for residents and small-business owners in unincorporated areas of Greene County. The Greene County commissioners recently approved a new agreement with AEP Energy, locking in for the next three years a lower rate than consumers are paying now under the current agreement with IGS Energy. STAY CONNECTED...
Teen sent to prison for deadly Greene County crash
 A 19-year-old man has been sentenced for causing a fatal crash two years ago at Bath Road and Ohio 4 in Bath Twp., Greene County. Greene County Common Pleas Judge Stephen Wolaver sentenced Brendan Bannan, formerly of Dayton, to serve 30 months in prison and ordered his license to be suspended for 40 years. The sentencing was part of a plea...

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A 19-year-old man has been sentenced for causing a fatal crash two years ago at Bath Road and Ohio 4 in Bath Twp., Greene County. Greene County Common Pleas Judge Stephen Wolaver sentenced Brendan Bannan, formerly of Dayton, to serve 30 months in prison and ordered his license to be suspended for 40 years. The sentencing was part of a plea...
Can you ID this theft suspect in Beavercreek?
 Police in Beavercreek are asking for help in identifying a man who officers said stole dozens of cartons of cigarettes from a gas station. Police shared on Facebook images of the alleged thief taken from surveillance cameras at the Speedway, 3991 Indian Ripple Road. The suspect stole 25 cartons of cigarettes, according to police. If you can...

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Police in Beavercreek are asking for help in identifying a man who officers said stole dozens of cartons of cigarettes from a gas station. Police shared on Facebook images of the alleged thief taken from surveillance cameras at the Speedway, 3991 Indian Ripple Road. The suspect stole 25 cartons of cigarettes, according to police. If you can...
NEW DETAILS: Explosions in Kettering may involve device made with household items
 Kettering police released new details this afternoon following two explosions in the city this month. Police said the evidence collected from the explosions in the area of Glenheath Drive and Hemphill Road on Feb. 5 and 9 has led investigators to believe the suspect in the case used household items to construct the explosive devices. One...

Posted: 5 days ago

Kettering police released new details this afternoon following two explosions in the city this month. Police said the evidence collected from the explosions in the area of Glenheath Drive and Hemphill Road on Feb. 5 and 9 has led investigators to believe the suspect in the case used household items to construct the explosive devices. One...
Jail administrator: New facility, ‘new paradigm’ needed in county corrections
 The Greene County Jail in downtown Xenia turns 50 years old this year, and officials are starting discussions about not only building a new facility, but building a new approach to corrections. Narrow corridors, barred cages and small office spaces define the inside of the building on East Market Street. Deep fissures in the concrete, failing...

Posted: 7 days ago

The Greene County Jail in downtown Xenia turns 50 years old this year, and officials are starting discussions about not only building a new facility, but building a new approach to corrections. Narrow corridors, barred cages and small office spaces define the inside of the building on East Market Street. Deep fissures in the concrete, failing...
Fake IDs in Springfield lead to arrest, huge Bitcoin seizure
 Fake IDs seized at a bar in Springfield nearly three years ago led to a multi-year investigation, the recent arrest of a Toledo man and the seizure of millions in bitcoin cryptocurrency, the Toledo Blade reports. The investigation launched by the Ohio Department of Public Safety in October 2015 led to the arrest earlier this week of...

Posted: 8 days ago

Fake IDs seized at a bar in Springfield nearly three years ago led to a multi-year investigation, the recent arrest of a Toledo man and the seizure of millions in bitcoin cryptocurrency, the Toledo Blade reports. The investigation launched by the Ohio Department of Public Safety in October 2015 led to the arrest earlier this week of...
Exercise, wild animals, closing hospital focus of 3 weekend events
 Three events this weekend allow people to exercise for a good cause, weigh in on the closure of a local hospital and take in a controversial wild animal circus that has a long history in Dayton. 3 things to do this weekend 1. The Gixo fitness app and the Go Red for Women organization are teaming up to provide a run/walk event to raise...

Posted: 8 days ago

Three events this weekend allow people to exercise for a good cause, weigh in on the closure of a local hospital and take in a controversial wild animal circus that has a long history in Dayton. 3 things to do this weekend 1. The Gixo fitness app and the Go Red for Women organization are teaming up to provide a run/walk event to raise...
New details on arrest of former NFL player, local coach
 Court and police records obtained by this news organization provide more details about what happened on Statehouse Court in Sugarcreek Twp. the night former NFL player and current Centerville High School football coach P.K. Sam II was arrested. The records obtained from Xenia Municipal Court allege that the 34-year-old ex-wide receiver broke...

Posted: 9 days ago

Court and police records obtained by this news organization provide more details about what happened on Statehouse Court in Sugarcreek Twp. the night former NFL player and current Centerville High School football coach P.K. Sam II was arrested. The records obtained from Xenia Municipal Court allege that the 34-year-old ex-wide receiver broke...
Greene County residents petition to unseat state representative, county commissioner
 Democrats and Republicans in Greene County have turned in signatures from voters to get on the May primary ballot in their efforts to retain public office or to unseat an incumbent. Wednesday was the deadline to turn in petitions at the Greene County Board of Elections. Candidates whose petitions are certified by the elections board...

Posted: 9 days ago

Democrats and Republicans in Greene County have turned in signatures from voters to get on the May primary ballot in their efforts to retain public office or to unseat an incumbent. Wednesday was the deadline to turn in petitions at the Greene County Board of Elections. Candidates whose petitions are certified by the elections board...
Seasoned office holder tapped for Beavercreek City Council
 Former Montgomery County Commissioner and state senator Charles Curran has been appointed to a vacant seat on Beavercreek City Council. Council members voted on the appointment at their meeting Monday night. Curran has had a long career in local and state politics, serving six terms as a commissioner in Montgomery County, one term as a Democratic...

Posted: 11 days ago

Former Montgomery County Commissioner and state senator Charles Curran has been appointed to a vacant seat on Beavercreek City Council. Council members voted on the appointment at their meeting Monday night. Curran has had a long career in local and state politics, serving six terms as a commissioner in Montgomery County, one term as a Democratic...
Xenia resident receives thank you note from British royal couple
 Sylvia Kellner made sure to check her mail everyday toward the end of last year. She was waiting for a response from Kensington Palace, the home of Prince Harry who announced his engagement to Meghan Markle in November. The lively 83-year-old Xenia beautician, who immigrated from Britain in 1955 and still cuts hair in her kitchen, said she...

Posted: 12 days ago

Sylvia Kellner made sure to check her mail everyday toward the end of last year. She was waiting for a response from Kensington Palace, the home of Prince Harry who announced his engagement to Meghan Markle in November. The lively 83-year-old Xenia beautician, who immigrated from Britain in 1955 and still cuts hair in her kitchen, said she...
Greene County animal shelter gets face lift, new director
 Renovations are complete at Greene County Animal Care and Control, and the new director says she’s committed to making more improvements in both the shelter and how the department operates. County officials have hired former Butler County Dog Warden Julie Holmes-Taylor to lead their animal control department. The former director, Michael...

Posted: 13 days ago

Renovations are complete at Greene County Animal Care and Control, and the new director says she’s committed to making more improvements in both the shelter and how the department operates. County officials have hired former Butler County Dog Warden Julie Holmes-Taylor to lead their animal control department. The former director, Michael...
Xenia businesses struggle to bring life to downtown
 For every step toward a more vibrant downtown area in the city of Xenia, there seems to be setbacks that keep retailers struggling and lease signs posted in storefronts. City officials are working to make changes to the downtown area to make it more of a destination spot for area residents and out-of-town visitors. Work paid for through grant...

Posted: 14 days ago

For every step toward a more vibrant downtown area in the city of Xenia, there seems to be setbacks that keep retailers struggling and lease signs posted in storefronts. City officials are working to make changes to the downtown area to make it more of a destination spot for area residents and out-of-town visitors. Work paid for through grant...
Xenia’s assistant school superintendent on administrative leave
 The assistant superintendent for Xenia Community Schools has been put on administrative leave, but the district has not released any details about the decision. In a brief telephone conversation Friday, Superintendent Gabriel Lofton acknowledged that Christy Fielding is on leave from the district but declined to comment further.  Lofton...

Posted: 15 days ago

The assistant superintendent for Xenia Community Schools has been put on administrative leave, but the district has not released any details about the decision. In a brief telephone conversation Friday, Superintendent Gabriel Lofton acknowledged that Christy Fielding is on leave from the district but declined to comment further.  Lofton...
Greene County shelter to be featured on Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl
 Get used to seeing #PuppyBowl if you follow Greene County Animal Care and Control on social media, as the local shelter was selected to be part of this year’s ASPCA’s Puppy Bowl Adoption Campaign. The shelter has already found homes for four dogs, all labeled Puppy Bowl Adoptions, since announcing on Tuesday they are one of 200...

Posted: 15 days ago

Get used to seeing #PuppyBowl if you follow Greene County Animal Care and Control on social media, as the local shelter was selected to be part of this year’s ASPCA’s Puppy Bowl Adoption Campaign. The shelter has already found homes for four dogs, all labeled Puppy Bowl Adoptions, since announcing on Tuesday they are one of 200...
Daytime heist foiled in Huber Heights: 5 things to know
 A group of seven thieves picked the wrong time and place for a brazen robbery at an AT&T store in Huber Heights on Thursday. 1. Seven masked people entered the store at the Northpark Center, 8245 Old Troy Pike, around 2 p.m. A customer and workers in the store told this news organization the robbers, who were all armed, told everyone to get...

Posted: 15 days ago

A group of seven thieves picked the wrong time and place for a brazen robbery at an AT&T store in Huber Heights on Thursday. 1. Seven masked people entered the store at the Northpark Center, 8245 Old Troy Pike, around 2 p.m. A customer and workers in the store told this news organization the robbers, who were all armed, told everyone to get...
Man who secretly filmed child in bathroom, bedroom admits guilt in Beavercreek case
 A 53-year-old man admitted in court today to charges brought against him in October that he was secretly video recording a child in her bedroom and bathroom at a home in Beavercreek. Jack MacKenzie pleaded guilty to five counts of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material or performance; one count of gross sexual imposition; two...

Posted: 16 days ago

A 53-year-old man admitted in court today to charges brought against him in October that he was secretly video recording a child in her bedroom and bathroom at a home in Beavercreek. Jack MacKenzie pleaded guilty to five counts of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material or performance; one count of gross sexual imposition; two...
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