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Residents to rally against builder’s proposed development
 Voters in Washington Twp. will see a rezoning referendum on the May 8 ballot that will determine what kind of development happens on about 14 acres off Hithergreen Drive. Township officials and the developer, Peebles Homes, say the property needs to be rezoned to ensure the natural green space, which includes mature trees and a creek, but...

Posted: 13 days ago

Voters in Washington Twp. will see a rezoning referendum on the May 8 ballot that will determine what kind of development happens on about 14 acres off Hithergreen Drive. Township officials and the developer, Peebles Homes, say the property needs to be rezoned to ensure the natural green space, which includes mature trees and a creek, but...
Hamilton’s checkered past: Gangsters, booze and John Dillinger 
 HAMILTON — The nickname “Little Chicago” is not unique to this city. Based on a quick Google search of the phrase and the word “nickname,” at least 16 other American towns and cities emerge that earned the same dubious distinction during the Prohibition Era, including four Ohio municipalities, Warren, Canton...

Posted: 16 days ago

HAMILTON — The nickname “Little Chicago” is not unique to this city. Based on a quick Google search of the phrase and the word “nickname,” at least 16 other American towns and cities emerge that earned the same dubious distinction during the Prohibition Era, including four Ohio municipalities, Warren, Canton...
Yellow Springs superintendent responds to ‘rumors’ amid investigation
 High school and middle school students in Yellow Springs returned from spring break this week as questions lingered about two issues: a police investigation into alleged sexual misconduct involving students, and the future of the principal, who went on medical leave this month for an unspecified illness, and was told to clean out his office...

Posted: 20 days ago

High school and middle school students in Yellow Springs returned from spring break this week as questions lingered about two issues: a police investigation into alleged sexual misconduct involving students, and the future of the principal, who went on medical leave this month for an unspecified illness, and was told to clean out his office...
Beavercreek planning improvements to three parks
 Beavercreek residents will have an opportunity to weigh-in on the city’s plans to install new playground equipment at three parks. Gerspacher Park and Rotary Park are slated to get some new equipment installed this year using parks levy money that was approved by voters in 2015. Work is also planned to add features at Merrick Park....

Posted: 23 days ago

Beavercreek residents will have an opportunity to weigh-in on the city’s plans to install new playground equipment at three parks. Gerspacher Park and Rotary Park are slated to get some new equipment installed this year using parks levy money that was approved by voters in 2015. Work is also planned to add features at Merrick Park....
Tow truck drivers, first responders pay tribute to Xenia business owner
 Dozens of tow trucks and representatives from local law enforcement agencies and fire departments joined the funeral procession Saturday for local business owner Randy Arnett, who was known for his love and support for public safety and community. Arnett passed away because of heart complications on Wednesday. He was 62. Arnett, a former...

Posted: 23 days ago

Dozens of tow trucks and representatives from local law enforcement agencies and fire departments joined the funeral procession Saturday for local business owner Randy Arnett, who was known for his love and support for public safety and community. Arnett passed away because of heart complications on Wednesday. He was 62. Arnett, a former...
Report provides new details in sex offense allegations at Yellow Springs High School
 A student first went to a counselor to share allegations of sex offenses involving Yellow Springs High School students, according to a police report this news organization obtained using Ohio’s public records laws. Yellow Springs police said they continue to investigate alleged sex offenses at the school, and officers will present...

Posted: 23 days ago

A student first went to a counselor to share allegations of sex offenses involving Yellow Springs High School students, according to a police report this news organization obtained using Ohio’s public records laws. Yellow Springs police said they continue to investigate alleged sex offenses at the school, and officers will present...
Results from deadly house explosion probe still months away
 The on-site investigation is complete into what caused a December 2017 fatal house fire in Kettering, and now appliances and fixtures asssociated with the natural gas system at the home will undergo testing in a laboratory. A fence surrounds the debris left on North Claridge Drive where the home exploded in the early morning hours of Dec...

Posted: 24 days ago

The on-site investigation is complete into what caused a December 2017 fatal house fire in Kettering, and now appliances and fixtures asssociated with the natural gas system at the home will undergo testing in a laboratory. A fence surrounds the debris left on North Claridge Drive where the home exploded in the early morning hours of Dec...
Yellow Springs police probe sex offense allegations at high school
 Police in Yellow Springs are investigating allegations at the high school of sex offenses involving students, according to a release. Police said officials at the high school contacted the police department on March 8 to report “alleged offenses of a sexual nature involving YSHS students.” The investigation is not complete...

Posted: 25 days ago

Police in Yellow Springs are investigating allegations at the high school of sex offenses involving students, according to a release. Police said officials at the high school contacted the police department on March 8 to report “alleged offenses of a sexual nature involving YSHS students.” The investigation is not complete...
Xenia streets getting attention as council mulls future
 Road improvements are getting underway in the city of Xenia where leaders are discussing options to increase funding to do much-needed road repairs and maintenance. Work was expected to start this week by John R. Jergenson Co. on the southern portion of Progress Drive between West Main and West Second streets. Temporary lane closures are...

Posted: 26 days ago

Road improvements are getting underway in the city of Xenia where leaders are discussing options to increase funding to do much-needed road repairs and maintenance. Work was expected to start this week by John R. Jergenson Co. on the southern portion of Progress Drive between West Main and West Second streets. Temporary lane closures are...
Greene’s sanitary department head to retire
 The director of the Greene County Sanitary Engineering Department has announced he is retiring at the end of this month. Commissioners voted Thursday on a resolution honoring Ron Volkerding, whose retirement is effective March 31. Volkerding was hired in Greene County as a deputy director of operations at the sanitary department in July 1994...

Posted: 26 days ago

The director of the Greene County Sanitary Engineering Department has announced he is retiring at the end of this month. Commissioners voted Thursday on a resolution honoring Ron Volkerding, whose retirement is effective March 31. Volkerding was hired in Greene County as a deputy director of operations at the sanitary department in July 1994...
Greene planners to discuss developer’s plans to build more than 100 homes in Sugarcreek Twp.
 Regional planners meet tonight in Greene County to discuss how a plan to build homes in Sugarcreek Twp. will accommodate other plans to straighten a sharp curve for better traffic flow. Oberer Homes has submitted plans to build 113 homes on 42 acres, with an equal amount of land to be preserved, across from Sugarcreek MetroPark at Wilmington-Dayton...

Posted: 26 days ago

Regional planners meet tonight in Greene County to discuss how a plan to build homes in Sugarcreek Twp. will accommodate other plans to straighten a sharp curve for better traffic flow. Oberer Homes has submitted plans to build 113 homes on 42 acres, with an equal amount of land to be preserved, across from Sugarcreek MetroPark at Wilmington-Dayton...
Yellow Springs principal on medical leave advised to stay off school property
 The principal at Yellow Springs High School/McKinney Middle School is on leave because of an unspecified illness, according to district officials, but the superintendent has also instructed him not to contact students, and to return his keys and devices. That’s according to a March 15 letter from Yellow Springs Schools Superintendent...

Posted: 27 days ago

The principal at Yellow Springs High School/McKinney Middle School is on leave because of an unspecified illness, according to district officials, but the superintendent has also instructed him not to contact students, and to return his keys and devices. That’s according to a March 15 letter from Yellow Springs Schools Superintendent...
New research facility to bring in more jobs in Beavercreek
 Construction on a new facility will be getting underway along U.S. 35 to accommodate growth of a Beavercreek-based research and development firm that is working to fill a multi-year contract with the United States Air Force. Matrix Research Inc., located at 1300 Research Park Drive, will expand into a new facility that will be located on...

Posted: 30 days ago

Construction on a new facility will be getting underway along U.S. 35 to accommodate growth of a Beavercreek-based research and development firm that is working to fill a multi-year contract with the United States Air Force. Matrix Research Inc., located at 1300 Research Park Drive, will expand into a new facility that will be located on...
Beavercreek son charged in father’s killing: 5 things to know
 The man suspected of killing his elderly father in a violent attack in Beavercreek had a black eye when he was booked into the Greene County Jail earlier this week. The injury is one of many questions unanswered at this point in the case against David Simpson, 54, who is accused of killing his father, 85-year-old Ora Simpson.   ...

7:36 PM Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2018

The man suspected of killing his elderly father in a violent attack in Beavercreek had a black eye when he was booked into the Greene County Jail earlier this week. The injury is one of many questions unanswered at this point in the case against David Simpson, 54, who is accused of killing his father, 85-year-old Ora Simpson.   ...
Convicted Greene County child rapist gets 108-year prison sentence
 A convicted Greene County sex offender today was sentenced to the maximum term in prison, a total of 108 years, for rape charges involving a child younger than 13. Anthony R. Moore must serve a mandatory of 83 years in prison after being convicted of multiple counts of rape of a child under 13, rape by force and gross sexual imposition, according...

7:03 PM Tuesday, Mar. 20, 2018

A convicted Greene County sex offender today was sentenced to the maximum term in prison, a total of 108 years, for rape charges involving a child younger than 13. Anthony R. Moore must serve a mandatory of 83 years in prison after being convicted of multiple counts of rape of a child under 13, rape by force and gross sexual imposition, according...
Xenia REACH Center ‘major game-changer’ for health, education, fitness and seniors
 Construction will begin this spring on the REACH Center, a multi-purpose recreation and education destination to be built in Xenia. The center, to be constructed at South Progress Drive and Upper Bellbrook Road, is a collaborative project with Clark State Community College, the city of Xenia, Kettering Health Network, the YMCA of Greater...

8:25 PM Monday, Mar. 19, 2018

Construction will begin this spring on the REACH Center, a multi-purpose recreation and education destination to be built in Xenia. The center, to be constructed at South Progress Drive and Upper Bellbrook Road, is a collaborative project with Clark State Community College, the city of Xenia, Kettering Health Network, the YMCA of Greater...
2 to 4 inches of snow possible across region in the next 48 hours
 The first full day of spring is Wednesday, but you are more likely to be measuring snow than counting dandelions. The forecast shows Tuesday’s wintry mix will switch over to snow by late afternoon or early evening, and the snowfall is expected to continue and accumulate through the night, said WHIO-TV’s Chief Meteorologist Eric...

7:46 PM Monday, Mar. 19, 2018

The first full day of spring is Wednesday, but you are more likely to be measuring snow than counting dandelions. The forecast shows Tuesday’s wintry mix will switch over to snow by late afternoon or early evening, and the snowfall is expected to continue and accumulate through the night, said WHIO-TV’s Chief Meteorologist Eric...
UD President: ‘Students ... put themselves and their friends in danger’
 University of Dayton students who ignored orders and acted out against police during St. Patrick’s Day activities Saturday were called out in a letter sent this morning from UD President Eric F. Spina to the student body. “Today I am deeply disappointed in the behavior of many of you. I witnessed groups of students assault police...

7:39 PM Sunday, Mar. 18, 2018

University of Dayton students who ignored orders and acted out against police during St. Patrick’s Day activities Saturday were called out in a letter sent this morning from UD President Eric F. Spina to the student body. “Today I am deeply disappointed in the behavior of many of you. I witnessed groups of students assault police...
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