Eagle Scout releases first piano solo album
WPAFB kicks-off holiday season
Study reveals WSU economic impact
Sheriff’s Office donates to Michael’s House
Murphy’s teams up with Goodwill Auto Auction
- BHS earns milestone award in energy challenge - 9:00 am
- Eagle Scout releases first piano solo album - 12:00 pm
- Non-profit recommends changes to state report cards - 10:24 am
- Hawker helps the homeless - 10:24 am
- WPAFB kicks-off holiday season - 10:23 am
- Religion Digest - 7:00 pm
- Area Digest - 5:00 pm
- GCPH stresses importance of flu vaccine - 2:41 pm
- Greene County Public Library circulates telescopes - 2:41 pm
- Greene County students part of Muse Machine’s Hello, Dolly! - 2:41 pm
- Holiday fun in the park - 2:41 pm
- Program offer tips for falls-free holiday shopping - 2:41 pm
- Nearly 1,900 to graduate from WSU - 2:41 pm
- It’s the most wonderful time of the year? - 2:40 pm
- Weinstein, Spacey, Franken, Moore … and ME - 2:40 pm
- Inspirational Message - 2:40 pm
- Devotional: Being God-givers - 2:40 pm
- Bridges of Hope receives donation - 2:40 pm
- Two generations ago: January 1968 - 2:40 pm
- GCP&T offers Winter Break Nature Camp - 2:40 pm
- GCPH: Buzzed driving is drunk driving - 9:00 am
- Kiser requests rezoning - 10:30 am
- Aley Church receives easement from city - 10:00 am
- Meeting guidelines adopted, videos to begin - 8:00 am
- Sheriff’s Office donates to Michael’s House - 3:00 pm
Greene County students part of Muse Machine’s Hello, Dolly!
DAYTON — When the famed New York matchmaker Dolly Levi decides it’s time to re-enter the human race and find happiness for herself, half t...
Program offer tips for falls-free holiday shopping
COLUMBUS — While holiday shopping is in full swing and Ohioans are hitting the stores, the Ohio Department of Aging’s STEADY U Ohio initia...
Nearly 1,900 to graduate from WSU
FAIRBORN — Nearly 1,900 students will graduate during Wright State University’s 2017 fall commencement ceremony Saturday, Dec. 16.The clas...
It’s the most wonderful time of the year?
The holidays are once again upon us. It seems that everywhere we turn stores are decorated, houses of worship are hosting special services, music is p...
Weinstein, Spacey, Franken, Moore … and ME
America’s predominant worldviews, whether conservative church-going republicans, or liberal Hollywood executives, is being revealed through all ...
Carroll hosts Sprint InvitationalRIVERSIDE — The Beavercreek girls swim team won the Carroll Sprint Invitational Dec. 1, easily distancing itsel...
Ernsthausen looking to have an offensive edge
FAIRBORN — With their first game about to tip off, Wright State University’s men’s basketball program will be looking to several pla...
Simmons skies high for Wright State
FAIRBORN — Wright State women’s basketball junior Symone Simmons might be the shortest forward on the team, but when she is battling on th...
Welch honored by leagueFAIRBORN — Chelsea Welch of the Wright State women’s basketball team has been named the Horizon League Player of th...
Wright State Raiders men’s basketball: The early years
FAIRBORN — Few of today’s Wright State University student-athletes will associate the taste of bologna with their intercollegiate sports e...
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Kipler completes basic training
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — US Air Force Airman 1st Class Kenneth T. Kipler graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, ...
Confectionately Yours: Sweets for veterans
In 1948, Germany had been decimated by WWII. Russia was blockading food-bearing trucks, trains, and boats. US and Britain responded by airdropping ton...
Pershing celebrates 67th anniversary
XENIA — William and Evelyn Pershing of Xenia will be celebrating their 67th wedding anniversary on Thanksgiving day this year. They were married...
Wright State affiliates spoke at TEDxDayton
FAIRBORN — Wright State University faculty and alumni shared their expertise on a variety of topics such as experience as an Iraqi refugee, embr...
WSU erects smoke-free signage
FAIRBORN — New signs at Wright State University welcome students, staff and visitors to its tobacco-free campus. Donated by Public Health –...
Third generation student attends WSU
FAIRBORN — Her grandmother attended Wright State in the late 1960s and her father in the early 1980s. Two generations later and having traveled ...