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Posted: 11 days ago

New fire tax discussed for November ballot in Beavercreek
 A new tax to fund operating costs and capital expenditures for Beavercreek Twp.’s fire department may be brought to voters in November. Fire Chief David VandenBos is recommending one new continuing levy that would fund a new fire station at Fairground and Trebein roads as well as cover personnel and other operating costs until 2030...

Posted: 14 days ago

A new tax to fund operating costs and capital expenditures for Beavercreek Twp.’s fire department may be brought to voters in November. Fire Chief David VandenBos is recommending one new continuing levy that would fund a new fire station at Fairground and Trebein roads as well as cover personnel and other operating costs until 2030...
Xenia police seek ID of thief who stole purse, credit card at REACH Center
 Police in Xenia are asking for help in identifying a woman suspected of stealing a credit card from a vehicle parked at the REACH Center then using it at The Greene the same day. The unidentified thief was captured on surveillance video March 30 loitering for a couple hours in the parking lot at the REACH Center, where she stole a purse from...

Posted: 14 days ago

Police in Xenia are asking for help in identifying a woman suspected of stealing a credit card from a vehicle parked at the REACH Center then using it at The Greene the same day. The unidentified thief was captured on surveillance video March 30 loitering for a couple hours in the parking lot at the REACH Center, where she stole a purse from...
Xenia tornado survivor: ‘There’s hope 45 years later’
 Catherine Wilson still gets chills when she thinks about the tornado that leveled Xenia, killed 35 people and left a lasting impact on the Greene County city. On this day 45 years ago, Wilson was packed in a bathtub with her family when the F5 tornado ripped the roof off her parents’ home. Wilson was a fourth-grader at Arrowood Elementary...

Posted: 15 days ago

Catherine Wilson still gets chills when she thinks about the tornado that leveled Xenia, killed 35 people and left a lasting impact on the Greene County city. On this day 45 years ago, Wilson was packed in a bathtub with her family when the F5 tornado ripped the roof off her parents’ home. Wilson was a fourth-grader at Arrowood Elementary...
New Dayton-area Holiday Inn approved
 Plans for a new Holiday Inn Express are moving forward after the project was approved by the Beavercreek city council. The mid-priced hotel will be built on vacant land on the west side of Esquire Drive, north of the intersection with Lakeview Drive. MORE: Why hundreds of new hotel rooms are coming to Downtown Dayton City council approved...

Posted: 16 days ago

Plans for a new Holiday Inn Express are moving forward after the project was approved by the Beavercreek city council. The mid-priced hotel will be built on vacant land on the west side of Esquire Drive, north of the intersection with Lakeview Drive. MORE: Why hundreds of new hotel rooms are coming to Downtown Dayton City council approved...
Cash Mobs build on momentum for downtown Xenia businesses
 Downtown Xenia is slowly building a community of small business owners who are optimistic about the future for their stores and the historic buildings where they are located. Events such as First Friday, Sidewalk Saturday and the upcoming monthly Cash Mob are bringing shoppers to South Detroit, plus West and East Main streets, where unique...

Posted: 18 days ago

Downtown Xenia is slowly building a community of small business owners who are optimistic about the future for their stores and the historic buildings where they are located. Events such as First Friday, Sidewalk Saturday and the upcoming monthly Cash Mob are bringing shoppers to South Detroit, plus West and East Main streets, where unique...
Xenia Twp. offers spring cleaning help to keep local roadways clean
 Residents in Xenia Twp. have a few more days to get rid of yard debris, old furniture and other waste in large trash containers placed at various locations around the township. It’s part of a plan to help keep litter from local roadways. The containers are being provided by the township as part of Community Clean-Up Days, and they will...

Posted: 20 days ago

Residents in Xenia Twp. have a few more days to get rid of yard debris, old furniture and other waste in large trash containers placed at various locations around the township. It’s part of a plan to help keep litter from local roadways. The containers are being provided by the township as part of Community Clean-Up Days, and they will...
SPECIAL REPORT: Here are the most common crimes in Beavercreek
 Identity theft and fraud are on the rise in Beavercreek, and the most frequent calls for service to police are for thefts and property-related crimes, according to an analysis by the Dayton Daily News of police data. “The majority of these crimes are committed by drug users looking to turn a quick buck to buy drugs or to trade stolen...

Posted: 22 days ago

Identity theft and fraud are on the rise in Beavercreek, and the most frequent calls for service to police are for thefts and property-related crimes, according to an analysis by the Dayton Daily News of police data. “The majority of these crimes are committed by drug users looking to turn a quick buck to buy drugs or to trade stolen...
The wrong-way crash that killed a Mason family last week is unusual. Here’s why.
 Wrong-way crashes on highways are rare, but two factors in the most recent incident that killed a Mason family of three on Interstate 75 make the crash even more unusual. Friends and family are gathering in Mason this week to remember Tim and Karen Thompson, ages 51 and 50, and their 10-year-old daughter Tessa, who were killed when their...

Posted: 23 days ago

Wrong-way crashes on highways are rare, but two factors in the most recent incident that killed a Mason family of three on Interstate 75 make the crash even more unusual. Friends and family are gathering in Mason this week to remember Tim and Karen Thompson, ages 51 and 50, and their 10-year-old daughter Tessa, who were killed when their...
Oberer, property owner file suit against Sugarcreek Twp. over rejected housing plan
 Oberer Land Developers and property owner Peter Rammel have filed a lawsuit against Sugarcreek Twp., demanding in-part that a rezoning application for approximately 85 acres be approved.  The lawsuit was filed last week in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio Western Division.  Oberer’s claims were made...

Posted: 24 days ago

Oberer Land Developers and property owner Peter Rammel have filed a lawsuit against Sugarcreek Twp., demanding in-part that a rezoning application for approximately 85 acres be approved.  The lawsuit was filed last week in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio Western Division.  Oberer’s claims were made...
Mueller report: Ohio lawmakers call for report to be made public
 Ohio Republicans say they are looking forward to reviewing Robert Mueller’s full report as a summary released Sunday said the investigation found no evidence that President Donald Trump or his campaign colluded with the Russian government during the 2016 election. The principal conclusions from the investigation were released Sunday...

Posted: 24 days ago

Ohio Republicans say they are looking forward to reviewing Robert Mueller’s full report as a summary released Sunday said the investigation found no evidence that President Donald Trump or his campaign colluded with the Russian government during the 2016 election. The principal conclusions from the investigation were released Sunday...
Red Hatter known for volunteering, comfort cooking, dies in Germantown
 Carol Freeman Peck, a former Ten Top Women in Dayton member, served as the secretary in her church for 50 years and was an active volunteer in the Germantown community. Peck died March 21 after suffering an Ischemic stroke. She was 80 years old. Peck was selected in 1995 by the Dayton Daily News as one of the Ten Top Women in Dayton for her...

Posted: 24 days ago

Carol Freeman Peck, a former Ten Top Women in Dayton member, served as the secretary in her church for 50 years and was an active volunteer in the Germantown community. Peck died March 21 after suffering an Ischemic stroke. She was 80 years old. Peck was selected in 1995 by the Dayton Daily News as one of the Ten Top Women in Dayton for her...
Yellow Springs getting ready for summer crowds
 Plans are underway to add parking, upgrade the basketball courts and spruce up the area behind the John Bryan Community Center in the months before Yellow Springs gets inundated with visitors this summer. The basketball poles are down and the rims are set aside at the courts, where village leaders plan to install 26 new parking spots. The...

Posted: 24 days ago

Plans are underway to add parking, upgrade the basketball courts and spruce up the area behind the John Bryan Community Center in the months before Yellow Springs gets inundated with visitors this summer. The basketball poles are down and the rims are set aside at the courts, where village leaders plan to install 26 new parking spots. The...
Wrong-way crashes rare in Ohio
 Wrong-way crashes on highways are rare, but two factors in the most recent incident that killed a family of three on Interstate 75 make the crash even more unusual. Friends and family will gather in Mason this week to remember Tim and Karen Thompson, ages 51 and 50, and their 10-year-old daughter Tessa, who were killed when their vehicle...

Posted: 25 days ago

Wrong-way crashes on highways are rare, but two factors in the most recent incident that killed a family of three on Interstate 75 make the crash even more unusual. Friends and family will gather in Mason this week to remember Tim and Karen Thompson, ages 51 and 50, and their 10-year-old daughter Tessa, who were killed when their vehicle...
Funeral services today for Mason family killed in I-75 wrong-way crash
 Funeral services are today for the three family members from Mason who were killed in the I-75 wrong-way crash that happened on St. Patrick’s Day. Tim and Karen Thompson, ages 51 and 50, and their 10-year-old daughter Tessa were killed when their vehicle was struck by another vehicle traveling the wrong way. Twenty-one-year-old Abby...

Posted: 27 days ago

Funeral services are today for the three family members from Mason who were killed in the I-75 wrong-way crash that happened on St. Patrick’s Day. Tim and Karen Thompson, ages 51 and 50, and their 10-year-old daughter Tessa were killed when their vehicle was struck by another vehicle traveling the wrong way. Twenty-one-year-old Abby...
Grocery named anchor in new Xenia development with Greene County
 Greene County and the city of Xenia have partnered to find a buyer to develop about 14 acres of county-owned land along West Main Street, and ALDI grocery store will relocate there to be the anchor tenant. County commissioners will consider approving the purchase agreement with Nashville-based BSM Development at their meeting today. BSM will...

Posted: 28 days ago

Greene County and the city of Xenia have partnered to find a buyer to develop about 14 acres of county-owned land along West Main Street, and ALDI grocery store will relocate there to be the anchor tenant. County commissioners will consider approving the purchase agreement with Nashville-based BSM Development at their meeting today. BSM will...
Trustees reject plan, but will land in Sugarcreek still be developed?
 Trustees on Monday rejected a plan to build homes in Sugarcreek Twp. by Oberer Land Developers, but the land could still be developed with a different plan. Trustees voted 3-0 in denying the rezoning request from Oberer, which would have led to construction of 98 patio-style homes on approximately 85 acres known as the Peter Rammell property...

Posted: 29 days ago

Trustees on Monday rejected a plan to build homes in Sugarcreek Twp. by Oberer Land Developers, but the land could still be developed with a different plan. Trustees voted 3-0 in denying the rezoning request from Oberer, which would have led to construction of 98 patio-style homes on approximately 85 acres known as the Peter Rammell property...
Reward offered in search for missing Yellow Springs man
 A reward is being offered for information leading to the whereabouts of a man who has been missing from Yellow Springs since January. Leonid “Lonya” Clark was last seen Jan. 13, and his adoptive father, Eric Clark, is offering a $2,000 reward. Clark on Monday created the Facebook page “Reward for Lonya’s...

Posted: 30 days ago

A reward is being offered for information leading to the whereabouts of a man who has been missing from Yellow Springs since January. Leonid “Lonya” Clark was last seen Jan. 13, and his adoptive father, Eric Clark, is offering a $2,000 reward. Clark on Monday created the Facebook page “Reward for Lonya’s...
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