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Recent articles by London:

Air Force veteran turns card game idea into small family business

Retired Beavercreek aeronautical engineer Wayne Mathieu is the creator of Synco!, a family-friendly card game. → Read More

Historic hotel in Yellow Springs has new owners

The Mills Park Hotel in downtown Yellow Springs has been purchased by an employee and his spouse. → Read More

Stutes selected as new Xenia Police Chief

Captain Chris Stutes has been named as the new Xenia chief of police. → Read More

Public libraries may be winning the streaming wars

As many Americans reconsider how they get their information and entertainment digitally, use rates for streaming services offered by local public libraries is on the rise. → Read More

Greene County weighs options as inflation plagues plans for new jail

Sheriff says “all options are on the table;” county has planned $50 million for the project → Read More

Wright-Patterson moves to health protection condition ‘alpha,’ allowing 100% of workforce on base

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base commanders will be allowed to bring up to 100% of their workforce back on base, after Wright Patt shifted its health protection condition (HPCON) from “bravo” to “alpha” on Monday. The public health emergency declaration remains in effect. → Read More

Burge appointed police chief in Yellow Springs

Paige Burge has been named chief of police of the Yellow Springs Police Department. → Read More

Story Chain returns to jails to help inmates read to their children

“I want to be more a positive influence, especially (to) my oldest, since he knows where I am” → Read More

Greene County eyes state funds to demolish eyesore buildings

Grocery story in Xenia, Antioch building in Yellow Springs among those on county’s list → Read More

Bellbrook public forum on ARPA money is tonight

City seeks resident input on use of remaining funds → Read More

Clayton business owners helping next generation become entrepreneurs

CLAYTON — Having run a successful business renting grills and starting a commercial kitchen, a Clayton couple is looking to take the next step in creating the next generation of entrepreneurs. → Read More

Clues to COVID surges in Ohio may be hidden in our sewage

Wastewater treatment plants across Ohio are helping public health experts predict COVID surges nearly a week before positive cases start climbing. → Read More

Wright State considering a YMCA branch on campus

The proposed facility would replace Fairborn’s existing YMCA and be located on undeveloped Wright State University property along Colonel Glenn Highway. → Read More

Fairborn, Bath Twp. threaten to sue EPA over emissions near biodigester

City, township say they’ll sue in 60 days unless the alleged violations are corrected → Read More

Kingwood Solar reduces project scope after community backlash

Company will reduce proposed solar panel land area by 20%; Ohio Power Siting Board hearing is March 7 → Read More

Beavercreek medical marijuana business empowers through entrepreneurship

Harvest of Ohio CEO Ariane Kirkpatrick takes inspiration from many figures of Black history, including the poets Langston Hughes and Amanda Gorman, and Civil War veteran Lucy Higgs Nichols. → Read More

Greene County approves $9.6 million broadband internet expansion

Cincinnati Bell says Greene County will be “one of the most fiber-penetrated counties in Ohio” → Read More

Fairborn seeking resident ideas for use of $6.8 million in ARPA funds

Fairborn is expanding opportunities for public feedback in order to garner project ideas for its over $6 million in American Rescue Plan Act money. → Read More

Fairborn teacher helps as emergency interpreter for ‘Hamilton’ show

Original sign language interpreters got COVID-19, leading to 72-hour sprint preparation → Read More

Xenia Towne Square revitalization plan up for vote next week

Xenia planning and zoning commission will vote on the city's Towne Square revitalization plan on Feb. 17. → Read More