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12/12/2018 04:21 AM
Special Ed teacher joins PHS -

Kristen Barchenger, the new special education teacher for PHS, is thrilled to continue her career, dedicating her life to teaching and helping our special needs students. This will be her third year teaching; she taught in both Fairborn and Bryan High School before entering PHS.

12/08/2018 07:37 PM
Fairborn toy giveaway helps families in need

Christmas gift shopping can be painfully expensive. Despite news about the upswing in the economy, there are still hundreds of families in Fairborn needing help for the holidays.

12/08/2018 11:05 AM
Community remembering William Spahr as promoter of education -

A retired industrial arts teacher with Fairborn City Schools for more than 40 years, Spahr was elected to the Xenia Community Schools Board of Education seven times, serving 27 years. He was also a member of the career center school board for nearly 30 years.

12/08/2018 11:05 AM
County gives back to villages, townships - 2:09 pm updated:

Greene County News Greene County Commissioners Bob Glaser, Tom Koogler and Alan Anderson present checks to village and township officials Dec. 4 as part of a new Department of Development grant program. The board voted in October to create a grant fund through the Greene County Department of Development and disperse $500,000 to the county's cities, villages, and townships.

12/05/2018 10:51 PM
Director: a People carea about abuse survivors -

When it comes to disclosing sexual abuse, Michael's House director says survivors must come forward on their own terms. "One in 10 children will be sexually abused before their 18th birthday," Teresa Wiles, who runs the child advocacy center in Fairborn, said.

12/04/2018 04:06 PM
Trial begins for village police chief -

The Village of Bowersville's police chief stepped up to a witness chair in Greene County Common Pleas Court Dec. 3 to defend himself against a domestic violence charge. Timothy Hedges, 53, described himself as a full-time paramedic in Dayton and a part-time chief of the volunteer police force for the village, its population fewer than 350 residents.

12/04/2018 11:37 AM
Luxury Fairborn home on the market for $525K

The luxury home at 629 Wilkerson Road is 3,191 square feet and has four bedrooms.

11/17/2018 10:45 AM
Wright State agrees to pay federal government $1 million for visa fraud

DAYTON, Ohio Wright State University's Board of Trustees will have to pay the federal government $1 million for visa fraud offenses on behalf of the university. Between 2010 and 2013, Wright State reportedly entered into sponsored research contracts with a privately held, Dayton-based software company called Webyoga, Inc. Per the contracts, Wright State was supposed to employ software engineers, obtain H-1B visas for the employees, and pay their respective salary and benefits as employees of the university.