Sept. 1112:00 a.m. — Suspicious Person 500 block of Lucas Drive.12:31 a.m. — 911 Hang Up 200 block of Edison Boulevard.12:54 a.m. — Drug Activity 100 block of Cato Drive.
DissolutionsAug. 6Charles A. Spencer of Xenia and Kathy Jo Spencer of Xenia filed for dissolution of marriage without children. Uncontested dissolution Oct. 9.
Oct. 10 Scott Lowell Clay II of Fairborn and Olivea Myshel Leh-Ayn Benson of Fairborn applied for a marriage license Oct. 10.
MAD RIVER TOWNSHIP — Trick-or-treat is just around the corner in the Village of Enon and Mad River Township, and local officials are asking motorists to travel cautiously as ghosts, goblins, and other frightful characters celebrate from 6-8 p.m.
BEAVERCREEK TOWNSHIP — A levy on the ballot this November has the power to create a new play area for special-needs children and their families in Beavercreek Township. Issue 20 will be voted on by Beavercreek Township residents, City of...
ENON — Residents within the Greenon Local School district will vote on two tax issues on Nov. 4.
GREENE COUNTY — There are five contested races Greene County voters will be voting on in the upcoming election. Dave Ogan and Rick Perales are running for State Representative in the 73rd District. For the 10th District State Board of Education,...
SPRING VALLEY TOWNSHIP — Spring Valley Township will have Issue 19 — a 1.0 mill additional tax levy for the purpose of current expenses — on the Nov. 4 ballot.
BEAVERCREEK TOWNSHIP — The Beavercreek Township road and bridge levy, Issue 21 on the upcoming ballot, will include a renewal and increase of the current levy and will only effect residents in the unincorporated area.
MIAMI TOWNSHIP — Voters in Miami Township will have a renewal 3.8 mill fire and rescue levy on the Nov. 4 ballot.
SILVERCREEK TOWNSHIP — Issue 15, a renewal of a 2.3 mill fire and safety levy, will be on Silvercreek's Nov. 4 ballot. The levy, renewed every five years since 1990, generates $76,000 annually for the township.
CAESARSCREEK TOWNSHIP — Caesarscreek Township voters will have a renewal of a 1.5 mill fire and EMS levy on the Nov. 4 ballot.
JAMESTOWN — Jamestown voters will have the renewal of Issue 10 on the ballot Nov. 4. The 3.5 mill levy generates $93,000 annually for police services.
CLIFTON — The village of Clifton will have a renewal and an additional current operating expense levy on the Nov. 4 ballot. Both levies provide funds for the village's general expenses.
BEAVERCREEK — No additional taxes will come from the Beavercreek school district permanent improvement renewal levy, which is Issue 1 on the upcoming Nov. 4 ballot.
XENIA TOWNSHIP — Xenia Township voters are being asked to renew a 3.0 mill fire and safety levy Nov. 4.
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP — Jefferson Township voters will be deciding the fate of Issue 18, a 3.0 mill fire and EMS levy on Nov. 4.
ROSS TOWNSHIP — Voters in Ross Township Nov. 4 are being asked to consider an additional tax levy to help officials maintain roads and bridges.
XENIA — This November residents of unincorporated areas of Greene County will vote on an electrical aggregation program that would likely save them money on their electrical bills.
BATH TOWNSHIP — Bath Township voters will consider the renewal of a tax levy for fire and emergency medical services on Nov. 4.
YELLOW SPRINGS — Yellow Springs residents will determine the fate of a private development when they head to the polls Nov. 4.
FAIRBORN — As they head to the polls Nov. 4, Fairborn voters will consider the renewal of an existing 0.25 percent income tax to fund public safety services.
FAIRBORN — Fairborn residents will be asked to renew the current street levy on the Nov. 4 ballot.
CEDARVILLE TOWNSHIP — The Cedarville Township Volunteer Fire Department is the subject of a levy voters will decide on Nov. 4.
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