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04/20/2018 10:24 PM
2 OVI checkpoints in Greene County scheduled for Friday

The Ohio State Highway Patrol and Greene County Law Enforcement Officials will be out on the highway Friday night to conduct two OVI checkpoints. The first OVI checkpoint will be on Colonel Glenn Highway in the City of Beavercreek from 8:00 p.m. to 10 p.m. The second OVI checkpoint will be on Colonel Glenn Highway in the City of Fairborn from 10:00 p.m. to midnight.


04/20/2018 05:44 PM
County steadily growing, developing -

Greene County is continuing to experience positive growth, making 2017 the year to beat, according to Department of Development Director Paul Newman Jr. "By all key indicators, 2017 was Greene County's best year ever," Newman said April 20 at the county's Annual Report to the Community. Beavercreek Township holds the top spot in the county with the total residential construction valuation of $61 million - 96 percent higher than any other municipality.


04/20/2018 12:55 PM
Greene County News Digest -

Interfaith Hospitality Network will hold a spring meeting 6 p.m. April 22 at Liberty Worship Center, 1180 Upper Bellbrook Road, for all volunteer coordinators, volunteers, pastors and anyone interested in volunteering or just learning more about the work of the organization. Xenia Mayor Sarah Mays will be the guest speaker.


04/19/2018 06:29 PM
Statehouse candidate releases opponenta s text message - 4:42 pm updated:

Ohio House candidate Jocelyn Smith released a text message allegedly sent by her Republican primary opponent, Rep. Rick Perales, which she said proves he is lying about their relationship. Smith, of Fairborn, alleges that in January 2015 Perales kissed and choked her while they were together in his Jeep after a meeting in a restaurant.


04/18/2018 07:03 PM
Greene CATS adds weekend service -

The transportation service - which is open to the general public - offers scheduled rides to any location in Greene County and limited service to Montgomery County, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Sunday. Flex routes, which also operate every day, alternatively have defined routes with scheduled time points, linking Beavercreek, Fairborn, Xenia and Yellow Springs.


04/17/2018 11:42 AM
Greene County News Digest -

The Medway Road bridge is closed for bridge repair until further notice. The closure will be between State Route 235 in Greene County to Osborn Road in Clark County.


04/13/2018 06:07 PM
Womena s HOF seeking nominations -

Members of the community are encouraged to submit nominations for outstanding women who deserve recognition in their home county. Nominations are being accepted now through June 30. The 37th Annual Recognition Day luncheon will be held Saturday, Sept.


04/13/2018 10:58 AM
Greene County News Digest -

Greene Memorial Hospital, 1141 North Monroe Drive, will host a Public Safety Fair and Open House 2-4:30 p.m. Sunday, April 15. Enjoy fun activities and food while picking up some safety tips. This event features Disney Junior Channel's Doc McStuffins as the featured guest, a teddy bear clinic, bicycle safety station, and kids will be able to explore emergency vehicles.


04/11/2018 10:57 AM
Ohio House candidate meets with potential constituents

Kim McCarthy, candidate for state representative in Ohio District 73, met with military spouses from Wright-Patterson Air Face Base March 11 as part of an outreach initiative in order to hear directly from her prospective constituents about their specific needs. "Ohio should be offering military spouses an exemption from Ohio's standard requirements, so long as they can prove that they have the qualifications from another state to do the job," McCarthy said after the meeting in Beavercreek.


04/04/2018 09:48 PM
Speaker responds to candidatea s allegations -

Speaker of the House Cliff Rosenberger responded April 3 to allegations made by a House of Representatives candidate against a current representative. Jocelyn Smith, who is running against current District 73 Representative Rick Perales in the May primary, accused Perales of "kissing and choking" her in his vehicle in January 2015 as well fondling her.


04/04/2018 05:28 PM
SR 235 closure scheduled for bridge work -

Permitted bridge work for the Fairborn Cement Company requires closing State Route 235 for 180 days beginning Monday, April 23. SR 235 will be closed between Dayton Yellow Springs and Enon roads for approximately six months. Traffic will be detoured using US Route 68, West Hyde and West Enon roads.


04/04/2018 12:52 PM
Twin Towers Park hosting open schooling days -

Equestrians from throughout the region can now attend organized open schooling days hosted at Greene County Parks & Trails Twin Towers Park, 501 Yellow Springs-Fairfield Road, Xenia . Open schooling days will be held from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, April 21and Sunday, April 22. The open days will be held rain or shine.


04/02/2018 06:35 PM
WIC offering free infant feeding classes -

The Women, Infants & Children program at Greene County Public Health if offering free infant feeding classes designed for pregnant women this spring. Offered monthly at both the Xenia, 360 Wilson Drive and Fairborn, 600 Pierce Drive, WIC offices, the classes will cover how to feed a baby, getting started with breastfeeding, how to know if a baby is getting enough to eat, how to make infant formula, how to offer a bottle and more.


03/29/2018 09:58 AM
Officials walk in firefightersa footsteps -

Wright Patterson Air Force is providing space for Greene County firefighters to not only show what's it like to be a firefighter, but allow participation, during this Greene County Fire Ops 101 event on Friday, Sept. 28. This is not a "bring your child to work" - but rather - "bring a government representative" to have them participate in firefighting events to experience firsthand what it's like to walk in the footsteps of a firefighter.


03/27/2018 01:14 AM
Another company rejected as a medical pot grower sues Ohio

Another company that was passed over as a grower for Ohio's new medical marijuana program is suing the state. Ohio Releaf LLC says the state promised applicants an appeals hearing if they weren't chosen for the program, but alleges that officials are trying to "run out the clock" on the process.