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Xenia schools to form community task force in wake of 3 levy defeats
 Xenia school officials are looking for people who will serve on a community task force to help determine what the district should do about two of its oldest school buildings — Warner Middle and Xenia High School. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook School board members have held two public meetings with David Conley, president...

Posted: 20 hours ago

Xenia school officials are looking for people who will serve on a community task force to help determine what the district should do about two of its oldest school buildings — Warner Middle and Xenia High School. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook School board members have held two public meetings with David Conley, president...
Patrol: Higher speed limit leads to spike in crashes, fatalities
 Crashes and fatalities spiked after Ohio increased the speed limit to 70 mph on hundreds of rural interstates and freeways, according to an Associated Press report. The Ohio State Highway Patrol released a report Thursday that said there was a 24 percent increase in crashes, including 22 percent more fatal and injury crashes, on 70 mph roads...

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Crashes and fatalities spiked after Ohio increased the speed limit to 70 mph on hundreds of rural interstates and freeways, according to an Associated Press report. The Ohio State Highway Patrol released a report Thursday that said there was a 24 percent increase in crashes, including 22 percent more fatal and injury crashes, on 70 mph roads...
Most fatal crash victims in Greene County this year not buckled
 As the hazardous driving season begins, efforts are underway to educate the public and target unsafe driving in Greene County, where eight more people have died in crashes so far this year compared to all of last year. There have been 13 fatal crashes, resulting in the deaths of 18 people in Greene County this year as of Nov. 8, according...

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As the hazardous driving season begins, efforts are underway to educate the public and target unsafe driving in Greene County, where eight more people have died in crashes so far this year compared to all of last year. There have been 13 fatal crashes, resulting in the deaths of 18 people in Greene County this year as of Nov. 8, according...
Joey Votto lost the closest MVP race in 38 years, and Reds fans are not amused
 Joey Votto delivered a masterpiece of a season for the last-place Cincinnati Reds this year, but he finished second in the race for Major League Baseball’s National League Most Valuable Player. And Reds nation is not happy. It was the closest MVP race since 1979, as Votto finished only two points behind Florida Marlins’ slugger...

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Joey Votto delivered a masterpiece of a season for the last-place Cincinnati Reds this year, but he finished second in the race for Major League Baseball’s National League Most Valuable Player. And Reds nation is not happy. It was the closest MVP race since 1979, as Votto finished only two points behind Florida Marlins’ slugger...
Renovation work prompts asbestos concerns in Greene County
 Concerns over asbestos exposure during renovation work at the Greene County Auditor's Office prompted the county to hire a contractor and test the air quality in the building. Twenty samples of the air on the first floor, at 69 Greene Street, were tested in October by Zanesville-based Lepi Enterprises to determine if any asbestos fibers were...

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Concerns over asbestos exposure during renovation work at the Greene County Auditor's Office prompted the county to hire a contractor and test the air quality in the building. Twenty samples of the air on the first floor, at 69 Greene Street, were tested in October by Zanesville-based Lepi Enterprises to determine if any asbestos fibers were...
Faith-based nonprofit close to opening homeless shelter in Xenia
 The first beds have been put in the gymnasium at the former Simon Kenton Elementary School, where homeless people will be able to go to get out of the weather and eventually get assistance in job searches, education and more. The building on West Second Street in Xenia is getting new life as the local nonprofit Bridges of Hope works to get...

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The first beds have been put in the gymnasium at the former Simon Kenton Elementary School, where homeless people will be able to go to get out of the weather and eventually get assistance in job searches, education and more. The building on West Second Street in Xenia is getting new life as the local nonprofit Bridges of Hope works to get...
Man accused of hiding cameras in child’s bathroom, bedroom
 A 53-year-old Beavercreek man is accused of hiding cameras in the bedroom and bathroom of a child and now he’s facing charges for the alleged crime. Jack MacKenzie is charged with  illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material, possession of criminal tools and voyeurism. He pleaded not guilty to the charges earlier this month...

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A 53-year-old Beavercreek man is accused of hiding cameras in the bedroom and bathroom of a child and now he’s facing charges for the alleged crime. Jack MacKenzie is charged with  illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material, possession of criminal tools and voyeurism. He pleaded not guilty to the charges earlier this month...
Local teacher sex scandal makes national headlines
 The story of a substitute teacher in Kettering facing sex charges involving two 11th grade students has made national headlines. People magazine cites the Dayton Daily News in their Nov. 10 report on 23-year-old Madeline Marx, a substitute teacher who was arrested Wednesday at Kettering Fairmont High School. A student told...

Posted: 8 days ago

The story of a substitute teacher in Kettering facing sex charges involving two 11th grade students has made national headlines. People magazine cites the Dayton Daily News in their Nov. 10 report on 23-year-old Madeline Marx, a substitute teacher who was arrested Wednesday at Kettering Fairmont High School. A student told...
Local sheriffs, police pay tribute to veterans on social media
 Social media is abuzz this Veterans Day with tributes honoring those who have served in the military. Tributes from the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Local sheriff’s offices and police departments are among the public service agencies adorning their pages and channels today on Facebook and Twitter.

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Social media is abuzz this Veterans Day with tributes honoring those who have served in the military. Tributes from the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Local sheriff’s offices and police departments are among the public service agencies adorning their pages and channels today on Facebook and Twitter.
Xenia school bus drivers approve new contract with First Student
 Bus drivers and monitors for Xenia City Schools have a new contract with First Student. The bargaining unit who are members of the Teamsters Local 957 voted to ratify the agreement on Saturday, the Teamsters announced today. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook  The contract is the result of five months of negotiations and...

Posted: 10 days ago

Bus drivers and monitors for Xenia City Schools have a new contract with First Student. The bargaining unit who are members of the Teamsters Local 957 voted to ratify the agreement on Saturday, the Teamsters announced today. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook  The contract is the result of five months of negotiations and...
AFJROTC program coming to Beavercreek schools
 High school students in Beavercreek City Schools will be able to sign up next year for the new Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program. The district announced today it received approval for the JROTC program, which will be an elective for grades 9-12 and is a natural fit for a district where 30 percent of the students are...

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High school students in Beavercreek City Schools will be able to sign up next year for the new Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program. The district announced today it received approval for the JROTC program, which will be an elective for grades 9-12 and is a natural fit for a district where 30 percent of the students are...
Dayton man denies guilt in brother’s accidental overdose death
 A Dayton man has denied guilt to involuntary manslaughter and drug-related charges in a Greene County case involving the July 18 death of his brother. Leland Tope, 59, pleaded not guilty Nov. 3 in Greene County Common Pleas Court to four felony counts: involuntary manslaughter, trafficking in heroin, heroin possession and tampering with evidence...

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A Dayton man has denied guilt to involuntary manslaughter and drug-related charges in a Greene County case involving the July 18 death of his brother. Leland Tope, 59, pleaded not guilty Nov. 3 in Greene County Common Pleas Court to four felony counts: involuntary manslaughter, trafficking in heroin, heroin possession and tampering with evidence...
2-vote margin: Waynesville anxiously awaits decision on $26M bond issue
 A plan in Waynesville to build a new elementary school and preserve part of an old school in a community center hinges on passage of a 4.68 mill, 37-year bond issue on Tuesday’s ballots. But with some ballots yet to be counted, unofficial totals on Tuesday left the issue undecided, showing only a two-vote margin of victory — a...

Posted: 11 days ago

A plan in Waynesville to build a new elementary school and preserve part of an old school in a community center hinges on passage of a 4.68 mill, 37-year bond issue on Tuesday’s ballots. But with some ballots yet to be counted, unofficial totals on Tuesday left the issue undecided, showing only a two-vote margin of victory — a...
Greene County election results in new faces, new taxes
 Greene County voters put new faces in office and approved three tax requests in Beavercreek that will provide revenue for city streets, township parks and school district operations. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook Turnout at the polls was low as expected Tuesday at approximately 29 percent, according to the unofficial, final...

Posted: 11 days ago

Greene County voters put new faces in office and approved three tax requests in Beavercreek that will provide revenue for city streets, township parks and school district operations. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook Turnout at the polls was low as expected Tuesday at approximately 29 percent, according to the unofficial, final...
Unofficial results: Dean, Smith win Xenia City Council race
 UPDATE @ 10:55 p.m. One of six challengers and the incumbent were elected by Xenia voters to fill two vacant city council seats. Levi P. Dean and Wesley Smith won the election, according to final, unofficial results from the Greene County Board of Elections. Levi P. Dean: 33 percent Wesley Smith: 21 percent Billie Carrico: 17 percent Eric...

Posted: 12 days ago

UPDATE @ 10:55 p.m. One of six challengers and the incumbent were elected by Xenia voters to fill two vacant city council seats. Levi P. Dean and Wesley Smith won the election, according to final, unofficial results from the Greene County Board of Elections. Levi P. Dean: 33 percent Wesley Smith: 21 percent Billie Carrico: 17 percent Eric...
Beavercreek voters pass taxes for streets, parks and schools
 UPDATE @ 10:55 p.m. Voters in Beavercreek have approved all three tax issues that were on the ballot today, according to final, unofficial results from the Greene County Board of Elections. On Issue 4, a request to renew the city of Beavercreek’s 1-mill street levy, results show 73 percent in favor and 27 percent against. On Issue 14...

Posted: 13 days ago

UPDATE @ 10:55 p.m. Voters in Beavercreek have approved all three tax issues that were on the ballot today, according to final, unofficial results from the Greene County Board of Elections. On Issue 4, a request to renew the city of Beavercreek’s 1-mill street levy, results show 73 percent in favor and 27 percent against. On Issue 14...
Beavercreek Twp. OKs medical marijuana cultivation
 Growing and processing medical marijuana has gotten the green light from Beavercreek Twp. Trustees.  Knox Medical has applied to the state for a level 1 cultivation facility on the property known as Siebenthaler’s Beavercreek Garden Center on Beaver Valley Road.  The state has released the list of approved licenses for the...

Posted: 13 days ago

Growing and processing medical marijuana has gotten the green light from Beavercreek Twp. Trustees.  Knox Medical has applied to the state for a level 1 cultivation facility on the property known as Siebenthaler’s Beavercreek Garden Center on Beaver Valley Road.  The state has released the list of approved licenses for the...
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