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05/16/2018 07:44 PM
Students honor teachers who made a difference -

The area's top students had the opportunity to honor a teacher who impacted them the most during the Howard L. Post Excellence in Education Awards, hosted by the Greene County Educational Services Center. Editor's note: A listing of the students and the teachers they awarded at The Greene County Educational Services Center hosted the Howard L. Post Excellence in Education Awards is inside this edition.


05/16/2018 10:17 AM
Greene County marriages

Nicholas A. Smith of Beavercreek and Elizabeth A. Zihlman of Beavercreek applied for a marriage license. Date of marriage not on record.


05/15/2018 12:13 AM
Building a Case for Health Equity

A funny thing happened on the way to the theater. Brian Frank, M.D., of Milwaukie, Ore., decided to do something completely different with his life.


05/14/2018 07:34 PM
First Farmersa Market held at Hobson Freedom Park -

Submitted photos GCP&T Volunteer Grace Kline was the first customer at the first farmer's market hosted by the park agency. She went home with a handcrafted bar of soap from vendor Our Family Soap in Xenia.


05/08/2018 06:20 PM
Cincinnati tourism: Quick, easy trips from Cincy

It's always nice to get away, even if you only have a day or two. Fortunately, within two hours of Cincinnati, there are many options for jaunts.


04/30/2018 11:09 AM
Levy to fund new YS middle, high school -

Yellow Springs voters will decide in the primary election Tuesday, May 8 if they will fund a bond and income tax levy designated to construct an improved Yellow Springs High School and McKinney Middle School. According to Yellow Springs Exempted Village Schools Superintendent Mario Basora, the project is worth approximately $18 million.


04/27/2018 01:42 AM
Two and two up for commission seat -

Two candidates on both sides of the aisle will face off May 8 for a seat on the Greene County Board of Commission. Newcomers Dr. Steve Bujenovic and Susan Lopez are running on the Democrat side, while current Treasurer Dick Gould is facing incumbent Commissioner Alan Anderson on the Republican ticket.


04/26/2018 11:19 AM
Area Religion Digest -

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Yellow Springs has invited Jim Scott, a composer, guitarist and singer, to perform at 7 p.m. Friday, April 27 at the Yellow Springs Senior Center, 227 Xenia Ave. "Gather the Spirit" is a sing-a-long for the Earth, peace, community, and love. For more information, visit www.Jimscottmusic.com.


04/26/2018 01:41 AM
Social justice activists honored with Coretta Scott King legacy awards

The event, hosted by The Coretta Scott King Center at Antioch College, honored three local individuals and their contributions to the Miami Valley. Dr. Kevin McGruder was awarded a Justice Award for his involvement in Yellow Springs, Shondale Atkinson-Dorise also received a Justice Award for her creation of The Mustard Seed Foundation, and Lela Klein and Amaha Sellassie were also honored for their joint creation of the Gem City Market.


04/25/2018 01:52 AM
A beloved veterinarian remembered -

Friends describe the late Hosket as a dedicated country vet, an advocate for animal rescue, and a great storyteller. Because all of the veterinarian's clients - those farmers and families - quickly became his friends.


04/24/2018 09:29 PM
Kettering one step closer to banning medical marijuana businesses long term

Friday night, city employees will make a case for why they believe medical marijuana related businesses would be bad for Kettering. Over the last year, government officials in Kettering have banned any medical marijuana business, citing a lack of legal regulations at the state level.