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Xenia man charged with killing roommate
 A verbal fight between roommates that turned fatal early Thursday marks the first homicide in the city in almost two years, according to Xenia police. Justin Mapp, a 19-year-old Xenia resident, was transported to Greene Memorial Hospital for a gunshot wound to the chest. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. Mapp, Steven Bruce Brown Jr...

10:48 PM Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016

A verbal fight between roommates that turned fatal early Thursday marks the first homicide in the city in almost two years, according to Xenia police. Justin Mapp, a 19-year-old Xenia resident, was transported to Greene Memorial Hospital for a gunshot wound to the chest. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. Mapp, Steven Bruce Brown Jr...
Xenia substitute oversaw class where kindergartner strayed
 Xenia Community Schools officials are investigating how a kindergarten student was able to stray away from McKinley Elementary unnoticed for 45 minutes on Tuesday. The 6-year-old girl was found in a residential backyard a few blocks away from the school on Colorado Drive, according to police. Xenia police responded to Gayhart Drive around...

8:34 PM Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

Xenia Community Schools officials are investigating how a kindergarten student was able to stray away from McKinley Elementary unnoticed for 45 minutes on Tuesday. The 6-year-old girl was found in a residential backyard a few blocks away from the school on Colorado Drive, according to police. Xenia police responded to Gayhart Drive around...
Xenia substitute oversaw class where kindergartner strayed
 Xenia Community Schools officials are investigating how a kindergarten student was able to stray away from McKinley Elementary unnoticed for 45 minutes on Tuesday. The 6-year-old girl was found in a residential backyard a few blocks away from the school on Colorado Drive, according to police. Xenia police responded to Gayhart Drive around...

8:34 PM Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

Xenia Community Schools officials are investigating how a kindergarten student was able to stray away from McKinley Elementary unnoticed for 45 minutes on Tuesday. The 6-year-old girl was found in a residential backyard a few blocks away from the school on Colorado Drive, according to police. Xenia police responded to Gayhart Drive around...
Beavercreek considering combining park districts
 City council tonight will discuss a proposed agreement to form a joint parks district that would maintain all parks in Beavercreek that are owned by the city, township and township park district. The combined park district would be funded with a 0.9-mill five year levy, according to the proposed agreement. The levy issue would go on the ballot...

8:29 PM Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

City council tonight will discuss a proposed agreement to form a joint parks district that would maintain all parks in Beavercreek that are owned by the city, township and township park district. The combined park district would be funded with a 0.9-mill five year levy, according to the proposed agreement. The levy issue would go on the ballot...
Beavercreek considering combining park districts
 City council tonight will discuss a proposed agreement to form a joint parks district that would maintain all parks in Beavercreek that are owned by the city, township and township park district. The combined park district would be funded with a 0.9-mill five year levy, according to the proposed agreement. The levy issue would go on the ballot...

8:29 PM Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

City council tonight will discuss a proposed agreement to form a joint parks district that would maintain all parks in Beavercreek that are owned by the city, township and township park district. The combined park district would be funded with a 0.9-mill five year levy, according to the proposed agreement. The levy issue would go on the ballot...
Beavercreek names city manager; He’ll start Dec. 1
 The city of Beavercreek has selected Pete Landrum as city manager. Landrum is currently the administrator for Delhi Twp., one of 12 townships in Hamilton County. He has served the township since 2012. He will start working with the city on Dec. 1 and will work with current City Manager Mike Cornell, who will retire at the end of the year...

1:10 AM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

The city of Beavercreek has selected Pete Landrum as city manager. Landrum is currently the administrator for Delhi Twp., one of 12 townships in Hamilton County. He has served the township since 2012. He will start working with the city on Dec. 1 and will work with current City Manager Mike Cornell, who will retire at the end of the year...
Beavercreek names city manager; He’ll start Dec. 1
 The city of Beavercreek has selected Pete Landrum as city manager. Landrum is currently the administrator for Delhi Twp., one of 12 townships in Hamilton County. He has served the township since 2012. He will start working with the city on Dec. 1 and will work with current City Manager Mike Cornell, who will retire at the end of the year...

1:10 AM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

The city of Beavercreek has selected Pete Landrum as city manager. Landrum is currently the administrator for Delhi Twp., one of 12 townships in Hamilton County. He has served the township since 2012. He will start working with the city on Dec. 1 and will work with current City Manager Mike Cornell, who will retire at the end of the year...
Xenia schools considers putting bond issue back on the ballot
 A 3.9-mill levy that would have been used to help build a new facility for middle and high school students in Xenia failed, but voters might see the issue on the ballot again in the spring, according to the superintendent. The school district will need to file the appropriate forms in January to get the issue on the ballot in May. &ldquo...

10:00 PM Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016

A 3.9-mill levy that would have been used to help build a new facility for middle and high school students in Xenia failed, but voters might see the issue on the ballot again in the spring, according to the superintendent. The school district will need to file the appropriate forms in January to get the issue on the ballot in May. &ldquo...
Xenia spending $817K to install traffic light, stop sign
 Construction has started on a couple of traffic safety improvements in the city near Walmart which will reduce crashes and congestion, according to city officials. A mix of federal and city funds totalling $817,000 will be used to install a stop sign on the U.S. Route 35 east exit ramp near West Main Street and a traffic light in the Hospitality...

8:56 PM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

Construction has started on a couple of traffic safety improvements in the city near Walmart which will reduce crashes and congestion, according to city officials. A mix of federal and city funds totalling $817,000 will be used to install a stop sign on the U.S. Route 35 east exit ramp near West Main Street and a traffic light in the Hospitality...
Xenia spending $817K to install traffic light, stop sign
 Construction has started on a couple of traffic safety improvements in the city near Walmart which will reduce crashes and congestion, according to city officials. A mix of federal and city funds totalling $817,000 will be used to install a stop sign on the U.S. Route 35 east exit ramp near West Main Street and a traffic light in the Hospitality...

8:55 PM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

Construction has started on a couple of traffic safety improvements in the city near Walmart which will reduce crashes and congestion, according to city officials. A mix of federal and city funds totalling $817,000 will be used to install a stop sign on the U.S. Route 35 east exit ramp near West Main Street and a traffic light in the Hospitality...
Close margin on Beavercreek Twp. additional levy
 The vote on a 0.9-mill continuing levy that will be used to maintain and possibly expand police services in the Beavercreek Township was too close to call, according to Greene County Board of Elections preliminary unofficial results late Tuesday. Beavercreek Twp. Trustee Carol Graff said she hoped the levy would be approved by a wide margin...

4:47 AM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

The vote on a 0.9-mill continuing levy that will be used to maintain and possibly expand police services in the Beavercreek Township was too close to call, according to Greene County Board of Elections preliminary unofficial results late Tuesday. Beavercreek Twp. Trustee Carol Graff said she hoped the levy would be approved by a wide margin...
Close margin on Beavercreek Twp. additional levy
 The vote on a 0.9-mill continuing levy that will be used to maintain and possibly expand police services in the Beavercreek Township was too close to call, according to Greene County Board of Elections preliminary unofficial results late Tuesday. Beavercreek Twp. Trustee Carol Graff said she hoped the levy would be approved by a wide margin...

4:47 AM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

The vote on a 0.9-mill continuing levy that will be used to maintain and possibly expand police services in the Beavercreek Township was too close to call, according to Greene County Board of Elections preliminary unofficial results late Tuesday. Beavercreek Twp. Trustee Carol Graff said she hoped the levy would be approved by a wide margin...
Beavercreek voters will directly elect mayor
 The city of Beavercreek is leaning toward changing the way it elects future mayors, according Greene County Board of Elections preliminary results. Incomplete results showed voters approving changes to the city charter that would allow them to directly elect future mayors from candidates running specifically for the office. —- RESULTS...

5:00 AM Tuesday, Nov. 08, 2016

The city of Beavercreek is leaning toward changing the way it elects future mayors, according Greene County Board of Elections preliminary results. Incomplete results showed voters approving changes to the city charter that would allow them to directly elect future mayors from candidates running specifically for the office. —- RESULTS...
Xenia starts $817K traffic safety improvements
 Construction has started on couple of traffic safety improvements in Xenia near Walmart that will reduce crashes and congestion, according to city officials. The city will use a mix of federal and city funds totalling $817,000 to install a stop sign on the U.S. Route 35 east exit ramp near West Main Street and a traffic light in the Hospitality...

11:58 PM Monday, Nov. 07, 2016

Construction has started on couple of traffic safety improvements in Xenia near Walmart that will reduce crashes and congestion, according to city officials. The city will use a mix of federal and city funds totalling $817,000 to install a stop sign on the U.S. Route 35 east exit ramp near West Main Street and a traffic light in the Hospitality...
Xenia starts $817K traffic safety improvements
 Construction has started on couple of traffic safety improvements in Xenia near Walmart that will reduce crashes and congestion, according to city officials. The city will use a mix of federal and city funds totalling $817,000 to install a stop sign on the U.S. Route 35 east exit ramp near West Main Street and a traffic light in the Hospitality...

11:58 PM Monday, Nov. 07, 2016

Construction has started on couple of traffic safety improvements in Xenia near Walmart that will reduce crashes and congestion, according to city officials. The city will use a mix of federal and city funds totalling $817,000 to install a stop sign on the U.S. Route 35 east exit ramp near West Main Street and a traffic light in the Hospitality...
Beavercreek voters to decide on new way to pick mayor
 Charter amendments on the ballot Tuesday will give city voters the power to decide if they want to change the way future Beavercreek mayors are elected. If voters approve the changes, they will directly elect future mayors from candidates running specifically for the office. If they reject the charter amendments, residents will continue to...

5:00 AM Monday, Nov. 07, 2016

Charter amendments on the ballot Tuesday will give city voters the power to decide if they want to change the way future Beavercreek mayors are elected. If voters approve the changes, they will directly elect future mayors from candidates running specifically for the office. If they reject the charter amendments, residents will continue to...
Greene County to pay $1.1M to settle lawsuit
 Greene County commissioners will pay $1.1 million this month to Valley Springs Farms owners, who are planning a business, recreation, and entertainment complex in the North Valley Road and U.S. Route 35 area, as part of a lawsuit settlement related to a couple of roads. Valley Springs Farm Company filed a lawsuit in Greene County Common Pleas...

4:00 PM Sunday, Nov. 06, 2016

Greene County commissioners will pay $1.1 million this month to Valley Springs Farms owners, who are planning a business, recreation, and entertainment complex in the North Valley Road and U.S. Route 35 area, as part of a lawsuit settlement related to a couple of roads. Valley Springs Farm Company filed a lawsuit in Greene County Common Pleas...
Greene County residents to vote on hospital levy
 Greene County residents will vote on Issue #22 — a .50-mill renewal levy on the November 8 ballot that will be used to fund Greene Memorial Hospital. If voters approve the levy, it will annually generate about $1.7 million in revenue, and cost property owners about $13.70 per $100,000 of appraised estimated value, according to the county...

11:33 PM Thursday, Nov. 03, 2016

Greene County residents will vote on Issue #22 — a .50-mill renewal levy on the November 8 ballot that will be used to fund Greene Memorial Hospital. If voters approve the levy, it will annually generate about $1.7 million in revenue, and cost property owners about $13.70 per $100,000 of appraised estimated value, according to the county...
Ex-Kmart building demolition paves way for $5M development
 Revitalization of the city’s downtown area is gaining momentum as plans for a $5 million redevelopment project in Xenia Towne Square move forward marking the city’s most significant development project since a tornado destroyed much of downtown more than four decades ago. City officials and the business community said plans to...

2:52 PM Tuesday, Nov. 01, 2016

Revitalization of the city’s downtown area is gaining momentum as plans for a $5 million redevelopment project in Xenia Towne Square move forward marking the city’s most significant development project since a tornado destroyed much of downtown more than four decades ago. City officials and the business community said plans to...
Ex-Kmart building demolition paves way for $5M development
 Revitalization of the city’s downtown area is gaining momentum as plans for a $5 million redevelopment project in Xenia Towne Square move forward marking the city’s most significant development project since a tornado destroyed much of downtown more than four decades ago. City officials and the business community said plans to...

2:46 PM Tuesday, Nov. 01, 2016

Revitalization of the city’s downtown area is gaining momentum as plans for a $5 million redevelopment project in Xenia Towne Square move forward marking the city’s most significant development project since a tornado destroyed much of downtown more than four decades ago. City officials and the business community said plans to...
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