Coffee with Superintendent Otten
Marsalis to headline Weekend of Jazz
Maricle part of Weekend of Jazz
Volunteers give selflessly to pull off massive event
Day of Caring events planned
- Contested vote passes in township - 4:30 pm
- Coffee with Superintendent Otten - 3:00 pm updated: 3:00 pm.
- Beavercreek police reports - 1:00 pm updated: 1:00 pm.
- Choice narrows between WSU presidential candidates - 11:37 am
- Area Digest - 11:37 am
- There’s nothing more American than Jazz - 11:23 am
- Walk a Mile in their Shoes - 5:05 pm
- Harbor Chase project underway - 10:40 am
- Flu hospitalizations on the rise - 2:42 pm
- First and Main withdraws application - 2:42 pm
- ‘Share the love’ with IHN - 2:41 pm
- Free service helps residents each year - 2:41 pm
- Tele-marketers accused of running work-from-home scheme - 2:41 pm
- Cattlemen’s Association hosting banquet - 2:41 pm
- FVPC introduces acting director - 2:41 pm
- Local hotel donates vacuums - 2:41 pm
- Beavercreek police reports - 2:41 pm
- Homeowners urged to test for radon - 2:41 pm
- Students invited to regional transfer fair - 3:00 pm
- New site to boost AFRL - 12:00 pm
- WSU planning veterans event - 8:00 am
- 2017: Year of the Trail - 10:03 am updated: 10:03 am.
- Local named to Clark State Board of Trustees - 9:28 am
- Education Digest - 8:00 am updated: 8:00 am.
- Local yoga studio celebrates anniversary - 10:00 am
First and Main withdraws application
BEAVERCREEK — A Wyoming company, Granger Group, withdrew their application for the construction of an assistant living facility that was to be c...
‘Share the love’ with IHN
XENIA — Community members are being asked to “share the love” this Valentine’s Day by helping Interfaith Hospitality Network (...
Free service helps residents each year
XENIA — For Fran Hageman, it’s a labor of love.A retired office manager, Hageman is one of more than half a dozen volunteers who gather at...
Tele-marketers accused of running work-from-home scheme
Greene County NewsFREMONT — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a lawsuit against two telemarketing groups accused of running a wo...
FVPC introduces acting director
Greene County NewsXENIA — Family Violence Prevention Center (FVPC) is sharing a short-term change within the agency. The agency’s Executiv...
Beavers nip Springboro in OTBEAVERCREEK — The Battlin’ Beavers of Beavercreek outscored Springboro, 6-4, in overtime to claim a 50-48 win,...
Pats nearly upset No. 2 Alter
RIVERSIDE — The Greater Catholic League Co-Ed’s two top North Division girls basketball teams went head-to-head in front of a near-capacit...
Local athletes sign national letters of intent
GREENE COUNTY — Five area high schools announced that they had area student athletes committing to their respective colleges and universities on...
Carroll Patriots take lumps toward bowling success
DAYTON — In order to become the best, you have to compete against the best.That’s Carroll bowling coach Michael Sanchez’s philosophy...
Late turnovers spoil gutty ‘Creek effort
HUBER HEIGHTS — The Beavercreek Beavers were 56 seconds away from a much-needed signature win against the Wayne Warriors Feb. 1.But up four poin...
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Winter training tips
Why do people who love the outdoors hibernate through the cold months as they wait for spring? Most of the time it’s because people just donR...
Petersons celebrate 60 years
XENIA — Stephen and Marguerite “Peggy” Peterson celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Feb. 2.The couple was married in 1957 in D...
Community library announces programs
BEAVERCREEK — The Beavercreek Community Library is planning a variety of programs for people of all ages in February. The library is located at ...
Selecting proper running shoes
XENIA — Getting a new pair of running shoes should be fun experience. If you do a little bit of homework beforehand and determine approximately ...
Shobers celebrate 50-year anniversary
BEAVERCREEK — David and Kathy Shober of Beavercreek will celebrate 50 years of marriage on Feb. 4.David Shober earned the rank of Lieutenant Col...