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Township files objection to Xenia-CSU annexation
 Xenia Twp. has filed an official objection with the Greene County Board of Commissioners to the city of Xenia’s and Central State University’s efforts to annex the campus into the city limits. Xenia Twp. Trustees voted unanimously to approve the measure at its meeting Oct. 13 and this news organization requested and received the...

Posted: 25 days ago

Xenia Twp. has filed an official objection with the Greene County Board of Commissioners to the city of Xenia’s and Central State University’s efforts to annex the campus into the city limits. Xenia Twp. Trustees voted unanimously to approve the measure at its meeting Oct. 13 and this news organization requested and received the...
2 motorcyclists killed in crash push state total to 133 for year
 Two motorcyclists who started wearing helmets after a friend died in a crash weeks ago were killed in crash Sunday coming home from a large regional cycling event. The crash brings Ohio’s total to 133 motorcycle deaths this year from 3,161 overall crashes in which motorcyclists were involved. Motorcycle deaths in the state had spiked...

Posted: 25 days ago

Two motorcyclists who started wearing helmets after a friend died in a crash weeks ago were killed in crash Sunday coming home from a large regional cycling event. The crash brings Ohio’s total to 133 motorcycle deaths this year from 3,161 overall crashes in which motorcyclists were involved. Motorcycle deaths in the state had spiked...
Eyes in the sky: Law enforcement drone-use sparks privacy concerns
 Law enforcement is increasingly using unmanned aerial systems, or drones, to search for missing people and in criminal investigations, but with new technology comes new concerns over privacy and Fourth Amendment rights. The Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office has been using drones for about three years, primarily in cases of missing persons...

Posted: 27 days ago

Law enforcement is increasingly using unmanned aerial systems, or drones, to search for missing people and in criminal investigations, but with new technology comes new concerns over privacy and Fourth Amendment rights. The Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office has been using drones for about three years, primarily in cases of missing persons...
40-plus employers expected at Xenia Job Fair
 More than 40 companies and organizations will be at the 2017 Xenia Job Fair, the city announced today. The event is set to happen from 2 to 5 p.m. Oct. 24 at Xenia High School, 303 Kinsey Road. Entry level to highly skilled and professional positions are up for grabs. Companies that will have exhibits include Airborne Maintenance...

Posted: 29 days ago

More than 40 companies and organizations will be at the 2017 Xenia Job Fair, the city announced today. The event is set to happen from 2 to 5 p.m. Oct. 24 at Xenia High School, 303 Kinsey Road. Entry level to highly skilled and professional positions are up for grabs. Companies that will have exhibits include Airborne Maintenance...
Xenia police working for tips today at Red Robin in Beavercreek
 Xenia police will be at the Red Robin in Beavercreek today to raise money for the Special Olympics of Ohio. Uniformed officers will be helping the servers and asking for support as part of the “Red Robin Tip-A-Cop” fundraiser, a nationwide initiative. The officers will be at the Beavercreek location, 2671 Fairfield Commons...

Posted: 30 days ago

Xenia police will be at the Red Robin in Beavercreek today to raise money for the Special Olympics of Ohio. Uniformed officers will be helping the servers and asking for support as part of the “Red Robin Tip-A-Cop” fundraiser, a nationwide initiative. The officers will be at the Beavercreek location, 2671 Fairfield Commons...
$5M impact expected this weekend from ‘haunted’ soccer tourney
 Thousands of soccer fans are expected to converge on the Dayton area this weekend for what's being billed as the largest two-day soccer tournament in the nation. The Ninth Annual Haunted Classic Soccer Tournament happens Saturday and Sunday at three local outdoor sports venues: Ankeney Fields, 505 S. Orchard Lane, Beavercreek; Hobson Freedom...

2:31 PM Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017

Thousands of soccer fans are expected to converge on the Dayton area this weekend for what's being billed as the largest two-day soccer tournament in the nation. The Ninth Annual Haunted Classic Soccer Tournament happens Saturday and Sunday at three local outdoor sports venues: Ankeney Fields, 505 S. Orchard Lane, Beavercreek; Hobson Freedom...
Beavercreek voters to decide on 3 tax proposals this November
 On the Nov. 7 ballot, Beavercreek residents will decide on three issues — Whether to pay for maintaining and improving the township's parks through a new tax; A proposed school tax to replace an existing levy; and renewing millage to maintain streets. Issue 14 is a .05-mill levy that would cost about $1.75 for every $100,000 of property...

6:42 PM Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017

On the Nov. 7 ballot, Beavercreek residents will decide on three issues — Whether to pay for maintaining and improving the township's parks through a new tax; A proposed school tax to replace an existing levy; and renewing millage to maintain streets. Issue 14 is a .05-mill levy that would cost about $1.75 for every $100,000 of property...
New animal rescue facility near Xenia open to public Saturday
 A different type of animal rescue is set to open in Xenia, and you can get a first look at the facility on Saturday.  HALO - Helping Animals Lost and Orphaned - will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at 3346 Jasper Road in new Jasper Twp.  The animal rescue operation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located...

9:09 PM Friday, Oct. 13, 2017

A different type of animal rescue is set to open in Xenia, and you can get a first look at the facility on Saturday.  HALO - Helping Animals Lost and Orphaned - will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at 3346 Jasper Road in new Jasper Twp.  The animal rescue operation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located...
Xenia bus drivers, First Student deadlocked in contract negotiations
 Negotiations have stalled on a new contract between Xenia school bus drivers and First Student, the private company that contracts with the district to provide transportation services. The drivers and other employees represented by Teamsters Local 957 rejected the last offer from the company and issued a 21-day "cooling off" notice...

4:13 PM Friday, Oct. 13, 2017

Negotiations have stalled on a new contract between Xenia school bus drivers and First Student, the private company that contracts with the district to provide transportation services. The drivers and other employees represented by Teamsters Local 957 rejected the last offer from the company and issued a 21-day "cooling off" notice...
100 cities line up to fight state on business tax collection
 More than 100 cities and villages are ready to sue the state for a change in the way local business taxes are collected, a change that goes into effect with Ohio’s two-year budget in January. Under the new rules, businesses will have the option of filing net-profit-income-tax returns through a portal administered by the Ohio Department...

3:38 PM Friday, Oct. 13, 2017

More than 100 cities and villages are ready to sue the state for a change in the way local business taxes are collected, a change that goes into effect with Ohio’s two-year budget in January. Under the new rules, businesses will have the option of filing net-profit-income-tax returns through a portal administered by the Ohio Department...
Xenia teacher facing rape charge for incident outside swim bar at lake
 Update@4:10 p.m.:  Brandon Murray is an employee of Xenia Community Schools, although he teaches at the Miami Valley Juvenile Rehabilitation Center, Superintendent Gabriel Lofton said. He added that Murray was placed on an indefinite leave of absence on Oct. 9.  Lofton declined to comment any further.  The alleged...

4:05 PM Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

Update@4:10 p.m.:  Brandon Murray is an employee of Xenia Community Schools, although he teaches at the Miami Valley Juvenile Rehabilitation Center, Superintendent Gabriel Lofton said. He added that Murray was placed on an indefinite leave of absence on Oct. 9.  Lofton declined to comment any further.  The alleged...
$10K reward offered 1-year after Beavercreek hiker disappeared on Pacific Crest Trail
 It's been one year ago today since Kris Fowler was last seen as he was making his way along the Pacific Crest Trail. The last confirmed sighting of Fowler, a Wright State graduate who grew up in Beavercreek, was on Oct. 12, 2016. He had already hiked about 2,000 miles before stopping at a convenience store at a trail head near White Pass...

2:29 PM Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

It's been one year ago today since Kris Fowler was last seen as he was making his way along the Pacific Crest Trail. The last confirmed sighting of Fowler, a Wright State graduate who grew up in Beavercreek, was on Oct. 12, 2016. He had already hiked about 2,000 miles before stopping at a convenience store at a trail head near White Pass...
Beavercreek, Fairborn among first police agencies in area with drones

8:38 PM Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017

Beavercreek and Fairborn police are among the first Dayton area police agencies to acquire unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, and to train and license officers to fly them. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook The departments join 13 other public safety agencies across the state that have acquired or are currently using drones...
Area FBI office asking for help to ID woman in child porn video
 The FBI is asking for the public's help in identifying a woman who may have critical information that would lead to the identity of a child who is being sexually exploited.  The FBI Cincinnati office released two images of Jane Doe 39, who appears to be of Asian descent with long black hair and is believed to be 25 to 35 years old. ...

7:01 PM Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017

The FBI is asking for the public's help in identifying a woman who may have critical information that would lead to the identity of a child who is being sexually exploited.  The FBI Cincinnati office released two images of Jane Doe 39, who appears to be of Asian descent with long black hair and is believed to be 25 to 35 years old. ...
‘Friends’ to share Xenia community’s best ideas to reuse Carnegie Library 
 The community has spoken, and the grassroots group Xenia Carnegie Library Friends is ready to reveal the top three concepts to find a new purpose for and save the historic building on East Church Street. The public is invited to a meeting from noon to 2 p.m. today at the Xenia Branch of the Greene County Library, 76 E. Market St. The Heritage...

3:43 PM Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017

The community has spoken, and the grassroots group Xenia Carnegie Library Friends is ready to reveal the top three concepts to find a new purpose for and save the historic building on East Church Street. The public is invited to a meeting from noon to 2 p.m. today at the Xenia Branch of the Greene County Library, 76 E. Market St. The Heritage...
Beavercreek, Fairborn police to start using drone technology
 Beavercreek and Fairborn police are incorporating unmanned aerial technology, or drones, in their day-to-day operations, according to a social media post from Beavercreek police. Two officers from each department have obtained remote pilot licenses from the Federal Aviation Administration and are learning together how to operate and maintain...

12:43 AM Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

Beavercreek and Fairborn police are incorporating unmanned aerial technology, or drones, in their day-to-day operations, according to a social media post from Beavercreek police. Two officers from each department have obtained remote pilot licenses from the Federal Aviation Administration and are learning together how to operate and maintain...
After 24 years in same job, this local superintendent set to retire
 After a nearly 43-year career in public education, Sugarcreek-Bellbrook Schools Superintendent Keith St. Pierre is retiring. St. Pierre is on extended leave for medical reasons and his resignation, submitted in August, will be effective in January, according to Jeffrey Lewis, the district’s business manager, who has stepped in to serve...

12:31 AM Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

After a nearly 43-year career in public education, Sugarcreek-Bellbrook Schools Superintendent Keith St. Pierre is retiring. St. Pierre is on extended leave for medical reasons and his resignation, submitted in August, will be effective in January, according to Jeffrey Lewis, the district’s business manager, who has stepped in to serve...
Election 2017: Bellbrook voters to decide on new tax in November
 Voters in the city of Bellbrook will be considering a new tax that would, among other needs outlined by the city manager, pay for a new police officer and new firefighter. Voters can learn more and ask questions at an informational meeting 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11 at the Bellbrook Administration Building, 15 E. Franklin St. The proposal...

6:56 PM Sunday, Oct. 08, 2017

Voters in the city of Bellbrook will be considering a new tax that would, among other needs outlined by the city manager, pay for a new police officer and new firefighter. Voters can learn more and ask questions at an informational meeting 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11 at the Bellbrook Administration Building, 15 E. Franklin St. The proposal...
Thefts from vehicles spike in Beavercreek and Greene County
 Police agencies and the sheriff’s office are working to solve a recent spike in thefts from vehicles in the Beavercreek area and other Greene County communities. Authorities are saying that, in most cases, the cars were left unlocked and parked in driveways. “It was still so disturbing,” said Julie Jackson, recalling the...

6:53 PM Sunday, Oct. 08, 2017

Police agencies and the sheriff’s office are working to solve a recent spike in thefts from vehicles in the Beavercreek area and other Greene County communities. Authorities are saying that, in most cases, the cars were left unlocked and parked in driveways. “It was still so disturbing,” said Julie Jackson, recalling the...
Long-serving local school superintendent to resign in January
 Keith St. Pierre, superintendent of Sugarcreek-Bellbrook Schools, has announced his resignation after serving the district for more than two decades. St. Pierre is on extended leave for medical reasons and his resignation will be effective in January, according to Jeffrey Lewis, the district’s business manager who has stepped in to...

7:44 PM Friday, Oct. 06, 2017

Keith St. Pierre, superintendent of Sugarcreek-Bellbrook Schools, has announced his resignation after serving the district for more than two decades. St. Pierre is on extended leave for medical reasons and his resignation will be effective in January, according to Jeffrey Lewis, the district’s business manager who has stepped in to...
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