GREENVILLE — The peers and family of two Greenville firefighters gathered in city council chambers Wednesday to witness their oaths of office as they were promoted to the rank of lieutenant.
At this point in the budget process, the Senate is discussing their concerns with the budget and making changes as they see fit. Amended Substitute House Bill 64, the state operating budget, passed in the House with bipartisan support in April. The...
GREENVILLE – At its Tuesday evening meeting, the Greenville City Council approved legislation to seek state money for improvements to Ohio Street.
BURKETTSVILLE — A motorcyclist was transported for injuries sustained in a two-vehicle collision in Burkettsville Sunday morning.
DARKE COUNTY – A proposed law under consideration in the Ohio Senate seeks to restrict the circumstances under which law enforcement officers would be allowed to seize firearms and forbids enactment and enforcement of gun registries by...
DARKE COUNTY - Voters in Ansonia Local School District and in Versailles approved the only levies on the ballot for the May 5 special election.
UNION CITY, Ohio — Council members heard a presentation on Fair Housing Monday evening, as a requirement for recipients of Community Development Block Grant Funding (CDBG).
WILMINGTON — Wilmington College senior Jonell G. Winger, of Union City, is the recipient of the Agronomy Academic Excellence Award in Agriculture. The presentation was made at the college's 34th Annual Student Recognition Ceremony...
PIQUA — Upper Valley Career Center Adult Basic and Literacy Education and Edison Community College have partnered to provide a new bridge program offering.
DAYTON — Several local students were among the University of Dayton students participating in the 26th annual Bro. Joseph W. Stander Symposium. They were as follows:
DAYTON — The following local students were among the more than 1,800 University of Dayton students receiving their degree during 2015 spring undergraduate commencement ceremonies Sunday, May 3:-Kyle Agne, of Greenville
April 14-3:21 p.m.: trespass. Tracey Garland was cited for trespass.-4:51 p.m.: theft. James Thomas reported the theft of aluminum and concrete.April 21
GREENVILLE — The former part-time Darke County Sheriff's Deputy accused of having sex with a Greenville High School student was sentenced in Darke County Common Pleas Court Monday.
GORDON — The Gordon United Methodist Women will be having their annual Pork Loin Dinner for Missions on May 9 at 5 p.m.
A new program is developing at the New Madison Public Library. Taking its place with children and teen programming, and the book clubs, will be an adult format. This new addition will hopefully provide a varied slate of topics drawing on adult patrons...
DAYTON — The Better Business Bureau's Center for Business and Consumer Ethics Inc. (CBCE) announced the winners of its Students of Integrity, sponsored by Dayton Dental Collaborative and Reynolds and Reynolds. This is the 13th year the BBB...
COLUMBUS, Ohio — State lawmakers said Monday they have referred allegations to authorities that an online charter school failed to dis-enroll hundreds of chronically truant students in order to pad its rolls.
I can't even tell you how excited I am that spring has finally arrived! I love driving around and seeing all the colorful flowers sprouting from the ground and the amazing colors some of these trees are! It's nice to see everyone walking...
VERSAILLES - Whether it's for meat production or dairy products, goat breeders all share some common qualities: they don't seem to mind hard work. They also tend to hand down the tradition to succeeding generations.
DARKE COUNTY – A proposal under consideration by the Ohio General Assembly seeks to streamline the path military veterans take to receive federal healthcare benefits.
WINCHESTER, Ind. — Veterans, residents and area organizations came together to honor veterans Saturday, May 2, with a parade in downtown Winchester. The 40th anniversary Welcome Home Parade was part of a five-day long event for the American...
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warns small businesses to watch for signs of a scam, including callers who claim the business's power will be shut off and invoices for products the business never ordered. The warning comes...
PIQUA — A first in Edison Community College's history, two high school juniors will walk amongst their associate degree-earning peers during the college's 40th spring commencement ceremony on Friday.
ANSONIA — Ansonia School Safety Patrol Adviser Rick Kies nominated four Ansonia Elementary School sixth graders for the annual AAA School Safety Patroller of the Year contest. The students nominated are Blake Thomas, Connor Stachler, Samantha...
GREENVILLE – The Darke County Genealogical Society recently hosted local authors Betty Brodrick and Marilyn Fritz to discuss their newest book “Charlotte's Bell.”
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