Bonnie Meibers, Dayton Daily News

Bonnie Meibers

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Past articles by Bonnie:

4 new restaurants opened in June and 4 more are coming soon — including a New Orleans influenced eatery

A look at the restaurant openings and closings in the Dayton-area in June 2021. → Read More

Greene County pilot flies people back in time

You can climb inside the wooden cockpit of a World War I-era plane and take it for a spin right outside of Xenia. → Read More

Community Gem: Dayton woman works to help those in low income housing have better standard of living

DAYTON — Daj’za Demmings of West Dayton is no stranger to helping others in her community and is currently working to help low income Daytonians have a better standard of living. → Read More

Xenia holding public input sessions for Towne Square redevelopment

XENIA — The city bought the buildings in the Towne Square shopping center for $3.3 million and is now seeking public input on how to redevelop the space. → Read More

Greene County roads still closed after severe weather over the weekend

Two roads in Greene County partly washed away after the Miami Valley was slammed with rain and severe thunderstorms. → Read More

4 good causes in Xenia area benefitted from Betty Good Human awards

Four Xenia-area charities were honored recently with the Betty Good Human award. → Read More

Beavercreek to use grant money to extend roadway for development

Beavercreek could be granted funds this week to help extend a road renamed after the city’s late development director that would make way for development that could generate up to 50 jobs. → Read More

Is co-working, office rental the way of the future? Beavercreek small-business owner thinks so

The pandemic changed the way many do business, including putting co-working spaces and executive offices suites at the forefront of the conversation about what working will look like in the future. → Read More

Greene County nonprofit reaching out to people isolated due to pandemic

A Greene County nonprofit is working to help people isolated by the COVID pandemic feel less alone. → Read More

Fairborn-based distiller that closed bought by Cincinnati Distilling Company

Cincinnati Distilling Company has bought Stillwrights brand after the Fairborn-based distiller announced its permanent closure in May. → Read More

Greene County to sell 85 nursing home bed certificates

Greene County will sell the 85 bed licenses at its county-run nursing home scheduled to close at the end of July. → Read More

Ohio National Guard to finish mission at Ohio food banks in July

After more than a year helping food banks across Ohio during the COVID pandemic, the Ohio National Guard will be leaving in July. → Read More

Greene County moving toward sales tax request on November ballot to build jail

Greene County is taking preliminary steps to place an additional quarter percent sales tax request for building a new jail on the November ballot. → Read More

Popular downtown boutique to open second store at The Greene

A downtown Dayton boutique will be opening a second location at The Greene later this month. → Read More

Greene County, employees settle lawsuit over backpay

Greene County and 10 of its employees will settle a lawsuit over backpay. → Read More

Bath Twp., biodigester company could come to agreement

The years-long fight in a Greene County community over a biodigester operation that produces strong odors could soon be over. → Read More

New restaurant now open at The Greene serving American Bistro food

A new restaurant featuring stone-fired pizzas made from scratch and gourmet sandwiches is now open at The Greene Town Center. → Read More

Greene County nonprofit grant applications open

Greene County grant funding program is available for nonprofit groups. → Read More

Developer has plans to build new Beavercreek office building near Wright-Patt

A prominent Dayton-area developer is making plans for another office building near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Beavercreek. → Read More

Beavercreek Twp. zoning commission recommends denying rezoning for proposed subdivision

The Beavercreek Twp. zoning commission has recommended trustees not rezone land proposed for a new 250 home subdivision. → Read More