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Many Miami Valley cities begin their public council or commission meetings with a prayer or invocation, a practice that will be reviewed by the U.
CENTERVILLE – Complaints came from another street, which was reached by the noise of underage drinking from 20 partiers on Zengel Drive.
The Ohio Senate is considering a bill that would make more meetings among government officials public as well as elaborate on what constitutes a public meeting, however some officials said it could make it harder for them to do their jobs.
Facing huge costs to convert their emergency dispatch centers to the latest needed technology, several Greene County localities are moving to abandon the centers and merge.
Mobile drug dealing has turned popular retail areas like the Dayton Mall into hot spots for drug dealers because of the high traffic volume, local police said.
Barco Inc. has invested about $1 million into its demonstration and training center in Xenia, which will showcase the company’s aviation-focused visual display systems and products.
A woman accused of faking cancer to get charity money surrendered to authorities after the alleged fraud was reported by the Springfield News Sun.
A Xenia flight simulation center is getting a new introduction to customers this week after a makeover.
Three Greene County residents are waiting for a decision from Gov. John Kasich who will decide which one will fill the vacant Greene County probate judge position.
The Greene County Board of Elections is reviewing its hiring procedures after learning that one of its clerks had a felony conviction.
It’s a given that high school athletic directors take a lot of heat for a lot of varied reasons. That isn’t written in their contracts, but it sure is understood.
After trailing at halftime, the Xenia Buccaneers scored three touchdowns in the second half to beat Carroll 34-23 on Friday night.
In this business, a colorful quote can make a story. I’ll trade all the stats, names and nuances for one lively zinger.
TROTWOOD — Miamisburg sophomore Connor Brown is still getting used to attention. The way the budding ’Burg big man is playing, he better get used to it.
Overview: The win gives Fairborn (6-2) at least a tie for the championship in the South Division of the Greater Western Ohio Conference.
BELLBROOK — As an Eaton fan said to quarterback Cole French after the Eagles’ 33-24 win over Bellbrook: Big players make big plays in big games.
Overview: Trotwood’s Trai Mobley saw through a sea of arms to haul in a 36-yard Hail Mary from Michael Simpson at the halftime gun to tie Xenia 20-20.
Overview: The Xenia Buccaneers finally put it all together in their Greater Western Ohio Conference South opener Friday night at Lebanon.
Overview: Wayne (2-3) was finally able to get its running game going after four games of relying heavily on the pass.
Who: Xenia (1-3) at Wayne (1-3)When: 7:30 p.m. FridayBucs have lost three straight, two by a combined 8 points.