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Greene County: Trees stand in way of potential development in Xenia
 More than 16 acres of mature trees are slated to come down this fall on vacant land that’s been set aside for commercial development in Xenia, but the trees might be home to an endangered species, and not everyone feels cutting them down is necessary. The dense tree stand sits among 155 acres of empty space owned by Greene County that...

Posted: 22 days ago

More than 16 acres of mature trees are slated to come down this fall on vacant land that’s been set aside for commercial development in Xenia, but the trees might be home to an endangered species, and not everyone feels cutting them down is necessary. The dense tree stand sits among 155 acres of empty space owned by Greene County that...
Turner asks EPA about delay of Beavercreek Superfund site cleanup
 More testing is planned this summer at the Lammers Barrel Superfund Site in Beavercreek, and the resulting data will be used to determine the design and execution of removing the hazardous toxins from the soil and groundwater on and off the site. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook The Lammers Barrel Superfund site is a 2.5-acre...

Posted: 23 days ago

More testing is planned this summer at the Lammers Barrel Superfund Site in Beavercreek, and the resulting data will be used to determine the design and execution of removing the hazardous toxins from the soil and groundwater on and off the site. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook The Lammers Barrel Superfund site is a 2.5-acre...
Xenia leader stepping down after 33 years
 Improving the city of Xenia’s credit rating and dealing with budget shortfalls through the Great Recession are among the most rewarding and challenging moments Mark Bazelak highlighted from his career as the city’s finance director. The 56-year-old was hired as a finance clerk in March 1984 after graduating from The Ohio State...

Posted: 24 days ago

Improving the city of Xenia’s credit rating and dealing with budget shortfalls through the Great Recession are among the most rewarding and challenging moments Mark Bazelak highlighted from his career as the city’s finance director. The 56-year-old was hired as a finance clerk in March 1984 after graduating from The Ohio State...
EPA reaches settlement on Superfund site in Beavercreek
 The Environmental Protection Agency has reached a settlement with Sunoco (R&M) LLC, one of dozens of companies named as defendants in the Lammers Barrel Superfund Site in Beavercreek.  The Pennsylvania-based gas and oil company must pay $85,253.85 to the EPA account set aside for remediation at the Lammers Barrel Superfund site, a 2...

Posted: 25 days ago

The Environmental Protection Agency has reached a settlement with Sunoco (R&M) LLC, one of dozens of companies named as defendants in the Lammers Barrel Superfund Site in Beavercreek.  The Pennsylvania-based gas and oil company must pay $85,253.85 to the EPA account set aside for remediation at the Lammers Barrel Superfund site, a 2...
Xenia-based group aims to help women in addiction recovery
 A newly created nonprofit organization aimed at helping drug-addicted women stay sober in the long-term is starting to get traction with a recently awarded grant.  Sober Lotus Recovery Housing  started fundraising this year and was recently granted $10,000 by Miami Valley's 100 Women. The Xenia-based nonprofit was founded by Rachel and...

Posted: 25 days ago

A newly created nonprofit organization aimed at helping drug-addicted women stay sober in the long-term is starting to get traction with a recently awarded grant.  Sober Lotus Recovery Housing started fundraising this year and was recently granted $10,000 by Miami Valley's 100 Women. The Xenia-based nonprofit was founded by Rachel and...
Local finance director to retire after 3 decades of service
 The finance director for the city of Xenia is retiring after three decades of public service.  Mark Bazelak started his career as a finance clerk in March 1984 and is set to retire at the end of July.  The 1979 Xenia High School graduate was promoted to assistant finance director in October 1988 and served in that role until county...

Posted: 27 days ago

The finance director for the city of Xenia is retiring after three decades of public service.  Mark Bazelak started his career as a finance clerk in March 1984 and is set to retire at the end of July.  The 1979 Xenia High School graduate was promoted to assistant finance director in October 1988 and served in that role until county...
Road reopens after record rainfall led to flooding, damages
 Crews are making repairs after record rainfall on Friday damaged roads in Greene County.  Washington Mill Road reopened today to traffic at Graff Mill Road after rainfall flooded the road and washed away pavement and gravel. The Dayton-area rainfall record was shattered for June 23. Nearly 3 inches of rain was recorded in a 24-hour period...

Posted: 27 days ago

Crews are making repairs after record rainfall on Friday damaged roads in Greene County.  Washington Mill Road reopened today to traffic at Graff Mill Road after rainfall flooded the road and washed away pavement and gravel. The Dayton-area rainfall record was shattered for June 23. Nearly 3 inches of rain was recorded in a 24-hour period...
Trees to be cut down on commercial development site in Xenia
 Greene County is looking to clear-cut more than 16 acres of trees to make room for commercial development. A total of 155 acres is slated for development on the property, located along Innovation Way which parallels U.S. 35 east of Ohio 380 in Xenia. The county is seeking bids from contractors to harvest the trees and the sealed proposals...

Posted: 27 days ago

Greene County is looking to clear-cut more than 16 acres of trees to make room for commercial development. A total of 155 acres is slated for development on the property, located along Innovation Way which parallels U.S. 35 east of Ohio 380 in Xenia. The county is seeking bids from contractors to harvest the trees and the sealed proposals...
5 things you should know about the Xenia Carnegie Library
 Getting the Xenia Carnegie Library on the National Register of Historic Places opens up tax credits and funding to rehabilitate the building and bring it up to current building standards. That happened in 2015 through the efforts of residents Barbara Bradfute and Josephine Reno who volunteered their time and skills to nominate the property...

3:51 PM Wednesday, Jun. 21, 2017

Getting the Xenia Carnegie Library on the National Register of Historic Places opens up tax credits and funding to rehabilitate the building and bring it up to current building standards. That happened in 2015 through the efforts of residents Barbara Bradfute and Josephine Reno who volunteered their time and skills to nominate the property...
Lux retirement complex to feature gardens, rec rooms in Beavercreek
 Construction will begin soon on HarborChase of Beavercreek, a senior retirement community of 110 apartments that is scheduled to be ready for its first residents next summer. The complex will be a 122,000 square-foot “assisted living and memory care community” at 4175 Indian Ripple Road, according to a release from the project...

3:26 PM Tuesday, Jun. 20, 2017

Construction will begin soon on HarborChase of Beavercreek, a senior retirement community of 110 apartments that is scheduled to be ready for its first residents next summer. The complex will be a 122,000 square-foot “assisted living and memory care community” at 4175 Indian Ripple Road, according to a release from the project...
What will happen to the former Xenia Carnegie Library?
 Officials are working to market the former Xenia Carnegie Library in hopes of finding a new tenant for the building, which has been vacant for 20 years. The building, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2015, is a “gem” near the city’s downtown and its time a business or organization puts it to...

1:08 PM Tuesday, Jun. 20, 2017

Officials are working to market the former Xenia Carnegie Library in hopes of finding a new tenant for the building, which has been vacant for 20 years. The building, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2015, is a “gem” near the city’s downtown and its time a business or organization puts it to...
Gunshot scares off burglars who pretended to be police
 A resident of a duplex in the 3400 block of Ridge Avenue fired a single gunshot in his home and scared off one or more burglars who kicked in his back door early Tuesday morning, according to the Dayton police report. The 29-year-old male victim told police he was getting ready for bed around 1 a.m. when he heard someone trying to kick in...

6:25 AM Tuesday, Jun. 20, 2017

A resident of a duplex in the 3400 block of Ridge Avenue fired a single gunshot in his home and scared off one or more burglars who kicked in his back door early Tuesday morning, according to the Dayton police report. The 29-year-old male victim told police he was getting ready for bed around 1 a.m. when he heard someone trying to kick in...
Xenia sergeant graduates from police leadership academy
 Xenia Sgt. Jeff Osburn recently graduated from the Public Safety Leadership Academy as provided by The Ohio State University John Glenn College of Public Affairs. The 11-week course was held at the Ohio State Highway Patrol's Training Academy and covers topics such as leadership and ethics; interpersonal and organizational communication;...

2:58 PM Monday, Jun. 19, 2017

Xenia Sgt. Jeff Osburn recently graduated from the Public Safety Leadership Academy as provided by The Ohio State University John Glenn College of Public Affairs. The 11-week course was held at the Ohio State Highway Patrol's Training Academy and covers topics such as leadership and ethics; interpersonal and organizational communication;...
Graham grad killed in crash days after marrying high school sweetheart
 A U.S. Marine from Champaign County died in a motorcycle crash only days after marrying his high school sweetheart. Brandon Laughman, a 2015 Graham High School graduate, died as a result of injuries he sustained in a single-vehicle motorcycle crash on June 12 in San Diego, where he was stationed. Laughman was planning to return home soon...

10:55 PM Sunday, Jun. 18, 2017

A U.S. Marine from Champaign County died in a motorcycle crash only days after marrying his high school sweetheart. Brandon Laughman, a 2015 Graham High School graduate, died as a result of injuries he sustained in a single-vehicle motorcycle crash on June 12 in San Diego, where he was stationed. Laughman was planning to return home soon...
U.S. Marine from Champaign County dies days after marrying sweetheart
 A 20-year-old U.S. Marine from Champaign County died in a motorcycle crash only days after marrying his high school sweetheart. Brandon Laughman, a 2015 Graham High School graduate, died as a result of injuries he sustained in a single-vehicle motorcycle crash that happened June 12 in San Diego, where he was stationed as an active duty U...

4:52 PM Sunday, Jun. 18, 2017

A 20-year-old U.S. Marine from Champaign County died in a motorcycle crash only days after marrying his high school sweetheart. Brandon Laughman, a 2015 Graham High School graduate, died as a result of injuries he sustained in a single-vehicle motorcycle crash that happened June 12 in San Diego, where he was stationed as an active duty U...
Beavercreek plans year-long, $3.9 million road project
 Construction on a $3.9 million road project in Beavercreek will start this week, and businesses along a part of Dayton-Xenia Road will be affected until the work is finished next summer. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook More than 15,000 vehicles travel over the section of Dayton-Xenia Road that is targeted for sidewalks and...

2:00 PM Saturday, Jun. 17, 2017

Construction on a $3.9 million road project in Beavercreek will start this week, and businesses along a part of Dayton-Xenia Road will be affected until the work is finished next summer. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook More than 15,000 vehicles travel over the section of Dayton-Xenia Road that is targeted for sidewalks and...
Beavercreek road-widening to impact traffic until next summer
 Construction is set to begin next week to widen part of Dayton-Xenia Road in Beavercreek. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook The $3.9 million project is needed to reduce congestion and crashes, as well as provide access to bicycle and pedestrian traffic, according to Nick Smith, assistant city engineer in Beavercreek. The work...

4:37 PM Wednesday, Jun. 14, 2017

Construction is set to begin next week to widen part of Dayton-Xenia Road in Beavercreek. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook The $3.9 million project is needed to reduce congestion and crashes, as well as provide access to bicycle and pedestrian traffic, according to Nick Smith, assistant city engineer in Beavercreek. The work...
2 Ohio GOP members on Scalise’s baseball team
 Two Republicans from Ohio are on the congressional baseball team that was practicing when shots were fired this morning. Four people were reported struck by gunfire when multiple shots were fired in the incident at a baseball field in Alexandria, Va. Reports indicate the victims are House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and members of his staff...

12:55 AM Wednesday, Jun. 14, 2017

Two Republicans from Ohio are on the congressional baseball team that was practicing when shots were fired this morning. Four people were reported struck by gunfire when multiple shots were fired in the incident at a baseball field in Alexandria, Va. Reports indicate the victims are House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and members of his staff...
Hundreds of U.S. flags to be retired in Xenia
 Communities across the country will be retiring their American flags with a proper ceremony on Wednesday, and hundreds of Star Spangled Banners are ready to be put to rest in Greene County. Up to 500 flags have already been collected for this second year of observing Flag Day at the fairgrounds in Xenia. The public is invited to the event...

9:19 PM Tuesday, Jun. 13, 2017

Communities across the country will be retiring their American flags with a proper ceremony on Wednesday, and hundreds of Star Spangled Banners are ready to be put to rest in Greene County. Up to 500 flags have already been collected for this second year of observing Flag Day at the fairgrounds in Xenia. The public is invited to the event...
Greene Co. health district eyes healthier building in 2018
 Cramped office space with poor air circulation and a leaky roof are some of the reasons the Greene County Combined Health District is constructing a new building, health officials said. The proposed $6 million facility will replace a 42-year-old structure that was built following the 1974 tornado that passed through Xenia. Construction is...

12:17 AM Tuesday, Jun. 13, 2017

Cramped office space with poor air circulation and a leaky roof are some of the reasons the Greene County Combined Health District is constructing a new building, health officials said. The proposed $6 million facility will replace a 42-year-old structure that was built following the 1974 tornado that passed through Xenia. Construction is...
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