GREENVILLE-For approximately ten years, the Brethren Retirement Community (BRC) has been welcoming visitors during the Christmas season with a ten foot wide illuminated star that has become not only a tradition but an expectation of the community as...
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Legislative negotiators continue working on a way to overhaul how Ohio draws legislative districts.Senate President Keith Faber says negotiators are more than 85 percent of the way to having an agreement.
ROSE HILL — A Christmas Gospel Sing will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Rose Hill Country Church.The public is invited to come hear the local artists sing favorite Christmas hymns.
As we begin to wrap up our work in Columbus for the rest of the year, we still have a few major tasks to accomplish. Among my highest priorities is reforming Ohio's current adoption system to ease burdens on families and incentivize Ohioans to...
GREENVILLE - AAA Miami Valley Greenville Manager, Lori Comer said the local business that has been providing Darke County with convenience, savings and peace of mind since the 1940's, will soon be closing its doors.
NEW MADISON — The New Madison Public Library honored one of its volunteers on Tuesday night, during its Friends of the Library's Annual Christmas Open House.
GREENVILLE — The Next Step Ministries of the EUM Church in Greenville are making sure once again that some children in the area get toys for Christmas.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio bill headed to the governor would relax some requirements for concealed carry permits and let hunters use noise suppressors under certain conditions.
GREENVILLE - Members of the Greenville FFA Chapter in the Agricultural Education program were visited by State FFA District 5 President Thomas Shaw.
VERSAILLES - At the recent Soil and Water Banquet of Darke County, Versailles FFA was recognized for placing first in the Darke County Soil and Water Conservation Rural Soil Judging Contest.
GREENVILLE - The President and CEO of Greenville National Bank (GNB) will soon be retiring.
WEST CHESTER, Ohio - Congressman John Boehner (R-West Chester) congratulated the 8th District's 2014 Military Service Academy nominees. The nominees were recognized by Rep. Boehner in a ceremony held on Dec. 7 at the Savannah Center in West...
GREENVILLE - Careflight was dispatched to Greenville Senior High School on Monday night after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on Main Street in Greenville.
GREENVILLE - Three Greenville Junior Varsity (JV) cheerleaders recently spent four days in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as part of Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) All Americans program including a chance to participate in the 92nd Annual...
WASHINGTON - The parents of an Ohio teen who died from an overdose of caffeine powder are urging federal regulators to ban sales of the stimulant, saying that children must be protected from a highly potent substance.
WASHINGTON - Negotiators inched closer to agreement on a $1.1 trillion government-wide spending bill on Tuesday, as House Republicans indicated they would advance several controversial policy provisions on a separate track.
UNION CITY, Ohio - Mississanawa Valley students had an opportunity to hear presentations from a variety of careers in the manufacturing, health care, entertainment and other industries during their recent career day.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Legislation in Ohio would require that lookalike guns be brightly colored or otherwise marked.
VERSAILLES — Perham Egg, an egg-breaking plant, has been purchased by Weaver Brothers and Cooper Farms, and will now operate as CW Egg Products LLC.
GREENVILLE- Friday Greenville kicked off their varsity basketball season with not only a win over Beavercreek, but with another bonus for the school system as well with the dedication of Second National Bank (SNB) Court prior to the varsity...
DARKE COUNTY- Janell Weiss, Nutrient Management Specialist/Ag Technician with the Darke Soil and Water Conservation District recently spoke at the monthly ag breakfast meeting sponsored by the OSU extension, Darke County.
PITSBURG — The Franklin Monroe school district offers the opportunity for students to get involved with the Future Farmers of America (FFA) organization.
NEW MADISON — The Tri-Village school district was given a $10,000 grant, called America's Farmers Grow Rural Education, from Monsanto over the weekend.
ARCANUM — Citizens gathered onto the streets of Arcanum over the weekend to welcome the holiday season into the village with its annual Christmas parade, where Santa Claus was spotted again within Darke county.
ANSONIA — The place was packed, lots of food was served and children were given gifts as the Ansonia Community Celebration's Breakfast With Santa was held Saturday morning at the Ansonia American Legion.