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94-year-old pastor plans regional youth center in Fairborn
 Plans are underway to reopen a former church in Fairborn as a youth and family center to serve residents in Greene, Clark and Montgomery counties. A rent-to-purchase contract has been signed with California-based CDF Holdings LLC, the owners of the former Emanuel Ministries property, 206 W. Dayton-Yellow Springs Road, according to the buyer...

Posted: 23 hours ago

Plans are underway to reopen a former church in Fairborn as a youth and family center to serve residents in Greene, Clark and Montgomery counties. A rent-to-purchase contract has been signed with California-based CDF Holdings LLC, the owners of the former Emanuel Ministries property, 206 W. Dayton-Yellow Springs Road, according to the buyer...
Xenia, Middletown buildings top 2 vote-getters in Heritage Ohio’s photo contest
 Photos showcasing empty buildings in Xenia and Middletown are leading the four finalists in Heritage Ohio’s photo contest. Voting continues until May 29 to choose a winner among the four, which are featured on Heritage Ohio’s website. The page has garnered more than 25,000 views since it was launched. To cast your vote, visit...

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Photos showcasing empty buildings in Xenia and Middletown are leading the four finalists in Heritage Ohio’s photo contest. Voting continues until May 29 to choose a winner among the four, which are featured on Heritage Ohio’s website. The page has garnered more than 25,000 views since it was launched. To cast your vote, visit...
Xenia takes Greene county to court in bid to annex Central State
 The city of Xenia has taken legal action against Greene County commissioners, asking a court to reverse their decision denying the city’s petition to annex land connected to Central State University. The city filed the complaint Wednesday with the Ohio Second District Court of Appeals and seeks a “writ of mandamus,&rdquo...

Posted: 2 days ago

The city of Xenia has taken legal action against Greene County commissioners, asking a court to reverse their decision denying the city’s petition to annex land connected to Central State University. The city filed the complaint Wednesday with the Ohio Second District Court of Appeals and seeks a “writ of mandamus,&rdquo...
Construction knocks out service to city phone lines in Beavercreek
 Construction activity on Dayton-Xenia Road has damaged telephone lines, knocking out service to Beavercreek City Hall and other city departments, including emergency 9-1-1 services, according to Beavercreek police. Emergency calls are being routed to the Greene County dispatch center, according to police. Police said non-emergency lines are...

Posted: 3 days ago

Construction activity on Dayton-Xenia Road has damaged telephone lines, knocking out service to Beavercreek City Hall and other city departments, including emergency 9-1-1 services, according to Beavercreek police. Emergency calls are being routed to the Greene County dispatch center, according to police. Police said non-emergency lines are...
Kil-Kare rezoning vote results change, but recount awaits
 Results are still too close to call from the May 8 election on the Kil-Kare Speedway rezoning request referendum in Xenia Twp. After more ballots were counted, results show voters supporting the zoning change 617 to 614, according to Greene County Elections Director Llyn McCoy. That’s a different result from election night when the...

Posted: 3 days ago

Results are still too close to call from the May 8 election on the Kil-Kare Speedway rezoning request referendum in Xenia Twp. After more ballots were counted, results show voters supporting the zoning change 617 to 614, according to Greene County Elections Director Llyn McCoy. That’s a different result from election night when the...
$60M luxury community to be built on Sugarcreek golf course
 A senior living community is in the works in Sugarcreek Twp. that the developer says will be a “cruise ship on land,” and more apartments, town homes and duplexes will be set in a private community on the land currently devoted to the game of golf.  A sign in front of the Rollandia Golf Center, 4990 Wilmington Pike, tells...

Posted: 4 days ago

A senior living community is in the works in Sugarcreek Twp. that the developer says will be a “cruise ship on land,” and more apartments, town homes and duplexes will be set in a private community on the land currently devoted to the game of golf.  A sign in front of the Rollandia Golf Center, 4990 Wilmington Pike, tells...
Man convicted in Xenia puppy abuse case back in jail, awaits sentencing
 After missing his sentencing hearing in April, the first person convicted under Goddard’s Law in Greene County is back in custody. Matthew David Bolen, 24, was booked into the Greene County Jail at 2:30 a.m. Sunday and is being held on suspicion of violation of community control sanctions, according to jail records. Bolen failed to...

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After missing his sentencing hearing in April, the first person convicted under Goddard’s Law in Greene County is back in custody. Matthew David Bolen, 24, was booked into the Greene County Jail at 2:30 a.m. Sunday and is being held on suspicion of violation of community control sanctions, according to jail records. Bolen failed to...
Historical caboose vandalized in Xenia, costly repair bill expected
 Spray-painted graffiti scrawled on the side of the historical red caboose in Xenia will cost thousands of dollars to repair, said Ronald Goble, president of the Greene County Historical Society. The vintage, steel-sided, Baltimore & Ohio caboose in the city park at South Detroit Street and South Miami Avenue is on display to the public and...

Posted: 5 days ago

Spray-painted graffiti scrawled on the side of the historical red caboose in Xenia will cost thousands of dollars to repair, said Ronald Goble, president of the Greene County Historical Society. The vintage, steel-sided, Baltimore & Ohio caboose in the city park at South Detroit Street and South Miami Avenue is on display to the public and...
Land purchase to expand Greene County park, rec center
 Greene County is buying land to expand services and activities at the Fairgrounds Recreation Center. Greene County commissioners recently approved the purchase of three parcels totalling nearly 13 acres between the fairgrounds and Alameda Drive. MORE: School safety: Beavercreek parents start nonprofit to buy classroom locks County Administrator...

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Greene County is buying land to expand services and activities at the Fairgrounds Recreation Center. Greene County commissioners recently approved the purchase of three parcels totalling nearly 13 acres between the fairgrounds and Alameda Drive. MORE: School safety: Beavercreek parents start nonprofit to buy classroom locks County Administrator...
This Xenia woman wrote to congratulate the new royal couple. Then she got a card back.
 A local resident whose British accent gets plenty of attention in Xenia will be among the large television audience for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The wedding will take place at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle with 600 guests to witness the couple exchange vows. The ceremony will be televised, and WHIO-TV...

Posted: 8 days ago

A local resident whose British accent gets plenty of attention in Xenia will be among the large television audience for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The wedding will take place at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle with 600 guests to witness the couple exchange vows. The ceremony will be televised, and WHIO-TV...
REACH Center taking shape on Xenia’s west side
 The first wall is up on the $11 million REACH Center, a hub of activities, education and recreation under construction in Xenia. The 75,000-square-foot building is taking shape near Progress Drive and West Second Street. It will be the new home for the YMCA in Xenia and will include office space/facilities for the Xenia Adult Recreation...

Posted: 8 days ago

The first wall is up on the $11 million REACH Center, a hub of activities, education and recreation under construction in Xenia. The 75,000-square-foot building is taking shape near Progress Drive and West Second Street. It will be the new home for the YMCA in Xenia and will include office space/facilities for the Xenia Adult Recreation...
Hamvention 2018: International event boosts local economy; precautions in place for weather
 Tens of thousands of amateur radio enthusiasts from across the nation and the world will converge on Xenia and the Greene County Fairgrounds this weekend for Dayton Hamvention 2018. This is the second year for the fairgrounds to be the site of the annual event, which opens Friday morning and runs through Sunday. With an estimated impact to...

Posted: 8 days ago

Tens of thousands of amateur radio enthusiasts from across the nation and the world will converge on Xenia and the Greene County Fairgrounds this weekend for Dayton Hamvention 2018. This is the second year for the fairgrounds to be the site of the annual event, which opens Friday morning and runs through Sunday. With an estimated impact to...
School safety: Beavercreek parents start nonprofit to buy classroom locks
 A group of parents in Beavercreek are working to raise money to buy special locks for all the doors in Beavercreek City Schools’ six elementary buildings. Creek Safe Inc. is a nonprofit organization based in Beavercreek that registered with the state of Ohio on April 27, according to records with the Ohio Secretary of State. Local attorney...

Posted: 9 days ago

A group of parents in Beavercreek are working to raise money to buy special locks for all the doors in Beavercreek City Schools’ six elementary buildings. Creek Safe Inc. is a nonprofit organization based in Beavercreek that registered with the state of Ohio on April 27, according to records with the Ohio Secretary of State. Local attorney...
Sheriff: Xenia, county, state provide ‘road grindings’ for Hamvention
 Crews have been working to prepare for rainy weather at the Greene County Fairgrounds, where thousands of people are expected at Dayton Hamvention. The annual international event opens Friday morning and runs through Sunday. It attracts tens of thousands of people from across the nation and from other countries, bringing an estimated economic...

Posted: 10 days ago

Crews have been working to prepare for rainy weather at the Greene County Fairgrounds, where thousands of people are expected at Dayton Hamvention. The annual international event opens Friday morning and runs through Sunday. It attracts tens of thousands of people from across the nation and from other countries, bringing an estimated economic...
Greene County to study new jail needs
 Greene County commissioners want to hire a consultant to do a jail needs assessment as part of their plan to build a new county correctional facility. The assessment needs to take into account not only the jail’s current needs and those 25 years in the future, but also “judicial process efficiencies, alternatives to incarceration...

Posted: 10 days ago

Greene County commissioners want to hire a consultant to do a jail needs assessment as part of their plan to build a new county correctional facility. The assessment needs to take into account not only the jail’s current needs and those 25 years in the future, but also “judicial process efficiencies, alternatives to incarceration...
Yellow Springs district files suit against former teacher 
 Yellow Springs Schools has filed a civil suit against a former teacher, alleging she violated terms of a settlement that ended a civil suit the teacher brought against the district in 2014.  The district seeks more than $25,000 in damages in its complaint against Angela Bussey, a former health and physical education teacher, claiming...

Posted: 11 days ago

Yellow Springs Schools has filed a civil suit against a former teacher, alleging she violated terms of a settlement that ended a civil suit the teacher brought against the district in 2014.  The district seeks more than $25,000 in damages in its complaint against Angela Bussey, a former health and physical education teacher, claiming...
Male shot in Greene County ‘domestic’ dispute is in hospital; 2 remain jailed
 UPDATE @ 9:30 p.m.: The man shot and wounded in what is described as a domestic dispute on Bone Road near Jamestown remains in a hospital, while the two people arrested in the incident remain in jail awaiting court action on their charges.  Frank Flaugher, the victim, was in serious but stable condition, according to his brother. ...

Posted: 12 days ago

UPDATE @ 9:30 p.m.: The man shot and wounded in what is described as a domestic dispute on Bone Road near Jamestown remains in a hospital, while the two people arrested in the incident remain in jail awaiting court action on their charges.  Frank Flaugher, the victim, was in serious but stable condition, according to his brother. ...
Growth keeps Greene inspectors busy
 New restaurants, homes and businesses continue to pop up in Greene County, and the growth keeps food inspectors and sanitarians busy at the health department. The numbers tell the story when comparing plumbing permits and plan reviews as well as food business plan reviews from 2010 and 2017. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook...

Posted: 14 days ago

New restaurants, homes and businesses continue to pop up in Greene County, and the growth keeps food inspectors and sanitarians busy at the health department. The numbers tell the story when comparing plumbing permits and plan reviews as well as food business plan reviews from 2010 and 2017. STAY CONNECTED: Greene County News on Facebook...
4 cited for underage alcohol sales in Beavercreek
 Clerks at four stores in Beavercreek were recently caught in an operation by local and state authorities checking whether someone younger than the age of 21 could buy alcohol. The Ohio Investigative Unit used an undercover informant between ages 18 to 21 to conduct liquor enforcement compliance checks on April 6, according to a release from...

Posted: 16 days ago

Clerks at four stores in Beavercreek were recently caught in an operation by local and state authorities checking whether someone younger than the age of 21 could buy alcohol. The Ohio Investigative Unit used an undercover informant between ages 18 to 21 to conduct liquor enforcement compliance checks on April 6, according to a release from...
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