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Great-grandson spreads message of peace, responsibility


FAIRBORN — Wright State University welcomed the great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, Tushar Gandhi, as he spoke about the discrepancies in healthcare in India and the rest of the world.

Greene County News wants to tell your tornado story


XENIA — On April 3, 1974, much of Xenia was leveled by a powerful F5 tornado and in a little more than two months, the 50th anniversary of that horrific event will take place.

GCCC teacher, XHS football coach accused of abusing student


XENIA — A civil lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio accuses a Greene County Career Center teacher of abusive behavior toward a Greene County Career Center student with cerebral palsy.

Faculty union approves contract with Wright State University


FAIRBORN — The Wright State University faculty union approved a new contract for the next three years.

Bridges of Hope, Emerge form partnership


XENIA — A new partnership between Emerge Recovery & Trade Initiative and Bridges of Hope is expected to serve the needs of hundreds of homeless people in the years to come. The partnership will bring treatment and other services to area homeless people according to those involved in the partnership process.

Prosecutor appoints chief trial counsel


XENIA — William “Bill” Morrison was appointed as the chief trial counsel for the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office, Prosecutor David D. Hayes announced Thursday.

Base commander relieved of duties


WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — The commander of the 88th Air Base Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base was relieved of command Dec. 29 due to a loss of confidence in his ability to lead, according to a release from the base.

A look back at 2023


XENIA — It was a big year in Greene County.

WSU and Premier Health reach new collaborative milestone


FAIRBORN — Wright State University and Premier Health have reached a new milestone in their affiliation agreement that began in 2018.

Beavercreek resident visits Israel


BEAVERCREEK — A long-time Beavercreek resident had a unique — albeit dangerous — opportunity to visit Israel early this month.


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