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Fairborn High School teacher gets 5 day suspension, reassignment following investigation

An independent investigation into social media comments made by a Fairborn High School teacher found that he violated several board policies and the teacher will get a five-day unpaid suspension, according to school documents. → Read More

Change coming on what type of Greene County businesses can get coronavirus funding

Greene County businesses that previously were ineligible for coronavirus relief grants because they had already received federal funding may be able to apply next week for up to $300,000 in funding available. → Read More

Greene County to improve water treatment with expansion

Greene County residents are one step closer to having softer water. → Read More

Beavercreek makes decision on backyard chickens request

Beavercreek residents will not be allowed to keep chickens in their backyard, after a decision by city council Monday night → Read More

Xenia church buys park from city, hopes to improve it for community

A church on Home Road bought a park from the city of Xenia, hoping to increase its community engagement with the purchase. → Read More

Land trust that wants to build Greene County wetland gets consent

B-W Greenway Community Land Trust now has support from Greene County to apply for a grant to create a new permanent wetland. → Read More

High prices holding back Ohio medical marijuana sales

A new study shows about half of Ohioans surveyed are dissatisfied with the medical marijuana program because of high prices. → Read More

Xenia to give Greene County Career Center tax rebate

After relocating to Xenia, the Greene County Career Center will get a tax break. → Read More

Coronavirus: Area pharmacists can vaccinate kids as young as 3 during pandemic

Despite concerns from pediatricians, pharmacists can now administer vaccines to children as young as the age of three during the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to a recent decision by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. → Read More

TRAFFIC DELAYS: Construction on U.S. 68 to start next week in Greene County

Drivers may notice a slow down in traffic on U.S. Route 68 in Xenia next week. → Read More

Fate of hotel used by swingers club still undecided by judge

A judge is still considering the public nuisance case against a hotel being sued by the City of Vandalia, and meanwhile a defense attorney in the case filed a motion to get more time to respond to the initial lawsuit. → Read More

Drivers not slowing down during COVID-19 pandemic

Some Miami Valley drivers took advantage of decreased traffic on roads and highways emptied because of the coronavirus pandemic by driving much faster than the speed limit, a trend that continues even as the state is trying to get back to normal. → Read More

Wetland area does not get Greene County stamp of approval, land trust makes plans for another proposal

B-W Greenway Community Land Trust plans to apply for a grant to purchase land to create a wetland conservation area, but the Greene County Board of Commissioners voted last week against supporting their application. → Read More

Huber diversity commission: ‘We want to ensure we are an inclusive city’

Residents of Huber Heights are working to start a conversation around racism and equality. → Read More

Ending collection of hospital levies under consideration in Greene County

Greene County officials are considering stopping the collection of taxes for two Greene Memorial Hospital levies, which together bring in about $3.5 million a year, because the hospital is no longer offering certain services. → Read More

Central State welcomes students back in-person with widespread testing plan

Freshmen and transfer students were welcomed to Central State University on Tuesday in 2020 style. → Read More

Police: Xenia man attempts to kill wife, shoots himself

A Xenia man is dead after police say he tried to kill his wife. → Read More

Health department monitoring local music venue for COVID-19 complaints

The health department is monitoring a live music venue in Riverside for not regulating patrons’ mask wearing or social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Huber Heights files new information to dismiss suit from former councilwoman

The attorney for the city of Huber Heights has filed additional evidence to have a lawsuit against the city dismissed. → Read More

Huber Heights to honor veterans with memorial

Local veterans will soon have another place to gather or reflect on their service in Huber Heights. → Read More