Students tour fire department
Issue 21 an investment in schools
Citizens asked for continuing support
Bath Township asks for support
Fairborn asked to support its schools
- Students tour fire department - 11:06 am
- Issue 21 an investment in schools - 8:35 am updated: 11:01 am.
- Citizens asked for continuing support - 8:35 am updated: 11:02 am.
- Bath Township asks for support - 8:35 am
- Fairborn asked to support its schools - 8:34 am updated: 11:06 am.
- Voters to decide on direct mayoral election - 8:32 am updated: 11:03 am.
- Issue 14 on ballot to expand police services - 8:32 am updated: 11:05 am.
- Contested state candidate races on the ballot - 8:32 am updated: 12:47 pm.
- Levy will help Jefferson Township - 8:32 am
- Additional levy vital for Spring Valley - 8:32 am
- Sugarcreek fire/EMS issue on ballot - 8:32 am updated: 11:02 am.
- Art students ready to share love of craft - 8:30 am
- Cedarville to host election forum - 8:30 am
- AFIT offers graduate programs - 8:29 am
- Organization awards 2 local students - 8:29 am
- Reaching for the moon - 8:29 am
- Fairborn police reports - 8:29 am
- Fairborn Municipal Court - 8:28 am
- Area Digest - 12:06 pm
- Fairbornites enjoy summer-like weather - 11:15 am
- Bull Riding event coming to Nutter - 11:14 am
- Fairborn to become Scareborn - 11:13 am
- EPD joins crime task force - 11:13 am
- Cedarville hosting drug conference - 11:10 am
- WSU hosting Shakespeare conference - 8:36 am
- FCS highlights graduates - 8:36 am
- FCS gives opportunity to meet teams - 11:27 am
- Locals rally to fulfill cancer victim’s dream - 11:27 am
- WSU researchers presenting at statewide forum - 11:26 am
- Stay safe during deer season - 11:24 am
- Fairborn police reports - 9:15 am
- Schmidt, Jenks join Jamestown practice - 9:12 am
- Community libraries announce schedule - 9:12 am
- ‘As Ohio Goes’ to premier in YS - 10:24 am
- Farm Forum meeting features well maintenance - 10:21 am
- Ballot issues discussed at Meet the Candidates - 10:18 am
- Area Digest - 8:35 am
- Physicians encourage talking about health - 8:35 am updated: 8:36 am.
- WSU student interns with Peace Corps - 8:35 am
- Fairborn Municipal Court - 8:34 am
- WPAFB inviting pumpkin chucking - 10:55 am
- Over the rainbow - 10:53 am updated: 10:54 am.
- Annual 5K supports child battling cancer - 10:51 am
- Judge to make decision on assault case - 10:42 am updated: 11:01 am.
- Boonshoft student receives AMA award - 8:49 am updated: 8:35 am.
- Program finds employment for partners - 8:49 am
- Board member sworn in for county board - 8:49 am
- Stained glass on display in Enon - 8:17 am
- Fall celebrated in Fairborn - 8:17 am
- WSU hosting higher education symposium - 8:17 am
Additional levy vital for Spring Valley
By Scott Halaszshalasz@civitasmedia.comSPRING VALLEY TOWNSHIP — Spring Valley Township is hoping to pass an additional 1-mill levy Nov. 8.If Iss...
Sugarcreek fire/EMS issue on ballot
By Anna DeWineadewine@civitasmedia.comSUGARCREEK TOWNSHIP — Residents in Sugarcreek Township will vote on a replacement levy Tuesday, Nov. 8 reg...
Art students ready to share love of craft
Greene County NewsFAIRBORN — Spring’s annual ArtsGala may get all the headlines but Wright State’s performing arts students love par...
Cedarville to host election forum
Greene County NewsCEDARVILLE — Helping citizens navigate through the stormy presidential election is the goal of the 90-minute forum “Elec...
AFIT offers graduate programs
Greene County NewsWRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — The Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at the Air Force Institute of Technology offe...
Organization awards 2 local students
Fairborn Daily HeraldENON — The Rebecca Galloway Chapter of the DAR recently had a busy meeting at the Enon Community Research Center.In additio...
Nothing can stop Dasha Crocker
By John Bombatchjbombatch@civitasmedia.comBELLBROOK — She’s isn’t the fastest runner on the team, but Dasha Crocker’s drive an...
Greene County NewsCOUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ACTIONBellbrook cruises in tourney openerBELLBROOK — Eight players scored for Bellbrook in a 9-0 Division I...
Browns’ Pryor blasts Titans’ Andrews for bragging about hit
By Tom WithersAP Sports WriterBEREA — One violent hit on Jordan Poyer was bad enough.Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor wasn’t going to l...
Bengals defend LB Vontaze Burfict over his latest fine
By Joe KayAP Sports WriterCINCINNATI — The Bengals defended linebacker Vontaze Burfict on Wednesday for his actions during a loss to New England...
Indians top Jays in ALCS
By Noah TristerAP Baseball WriterTORONTO — A most unlikely pitching performance helped put a most unexpected team into the World Series.Clevelan...
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A milestone for America’s culture
Slowly, relentlessly, America’s culture is undergoing profound change. But the transformation mostly is under the radar, hardly noticed.A new st...
Greene County NewsGrace Craft showXENIA — Grace Chapel will hold its Great Grace Craft and Present Palooza, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22 a...
Library announces October Programs
Greene County NewsFAIRBORN — The Fairborn Community Library, 1 E. Main St., has planned a variety of community programs for people of all ages f...
Greene County parks events
Greene County News XENIA — Greene County Parks & Trails will host a variety of upcoming events. For more information or to register for prog...
Mahan: Home and farm weed control
By Jerry MahanFall is weed control time and if you have a problem with perennial weeds in your lawn, pasture or fields the fall is the best time to co...
Letters to the Editor
Fairborn schools worthy of supportEditor:As a former teacher at Fairborn Primary School, I can tell you first hand of the pressing need for a new scho...
Sharing your labor of love
I recently returned from a trip to Ticonderoga, N.Y. where I visited one of the most unlikely attractions for an area rich in American revolutionary h...
Remembering Harold Strobridge
CEDARVILLE — Harold Strobridge was a native of Cedarville and a leading collector of that community’s history. He collected hundreds of ph...
The establishment of Cedarville Township
Cedarville Township was not established until Dec. 6, 1850. The 23,000 acre territory was taken from portions of Xenia, Miami and Ross Townships and l...
Destroying the myth of the queen bee worker
By Heidi StevensThere’s a pernicious and pervasive myth that women cling tightly to their success, shielding the recipe from other women, lest t...