Several months ago I had an opportunity to meet a family in my district that tragically lost their daughter Maddison before her second birthday. We all know that there is no acceptable explanation for losing this precious life and that is why I am...
GREENVILLE — There will be a benefit from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday for 17-year-old Ivan Miller in the front hall at VFW Post 7262, 210 N. Ohio St., Greenville.
DARKE COUNTY - Bunco 4 Boobies, a group of local women dedicated to raising money in the fight against breast cancer, held its sixth annual Rolling 4 a Cure at the Moose Lodge in Greenville Sunday evening.
DARKE COUNTY - As details of the recent tragic event in Troy trickled out over social media, traditional media and neighbor to neighbor, it quickly became apparent that the scope and impact would reach far beyond the families involved.
UNION CITY, Ohio — The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) recognizes March as MS Awareness Month.
CAMDEN, N.J. - Just as officials across the country are agreeing that it makes sense to hand out an easy-to-administer heroin-overdose antidote to police, families of addicts and drug users themselves, those buying it face a new obstacle. The price of...
VERSAILLES — State of the Heart Hospice and the Versailles Health Care Center are continuing their collaborative efforts to present grief support groups to the public. The two entities conducted several grief support groups last year.
UNION CITY, Ind. – The Union City Lions Club will partner with Community Blood Center (CBC) to sponsor a community blood drive Monday from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Union City City Building community room, 105 N. Columbia St., Union City,...
GREENVILLE — Eight-year-old Asia Pearl Thompson is said to be probably one of King's Island's biggest fans.
GREENVILLE — This year's Ambassador Family for the March of Dimes Walk on May 2 are Meaghan and Greg Kutter, and their daughter, Mikayla, is the ambassador.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Jim Buchy (R-Greenville) announced that House Bill 62, legislation aimed at raising awareness for Krabbe disease, passed the Ohio House of Representatives during today's session.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Roughly 61,000 Ohioans in Medicaid are expected to lose their coverage this weekend after failing to take steps to renew their health benefits as required, the state's Medicaid director said Thursday.