COLUMBUS, Ohio - Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) says the process of replacing a faulty earthen dam at central Ohio's Buckeye Lake will begin immediately and the water level will be kept low in the meantime, a move likely to upset locals who...
There is a small but noisy movement trying to convince parents and students to “opt-out” of, or in other words, refuse to participate in Ohio's new testing program for Ohio elementary, middle school, and high school students. As a...
GREENVILLE — Front Street Bible Baptist Church will be the scene of a concert at 6 p.m Sunday, featuring local group Gestures From the Heart.
Winter gave us some great late-season fun. Overall, our winter was certainly much milder than a year ago. Daughter Julia had been waiting all winter for a bunch of snow to go sledding and build a snowman, but she had to wait until the end of February.
GREENVILLE - Randy Hofacker, 54, of Greenville, was sentenced to seven years in prison Thursday.
WINCHESTER, Ind. — It was Bridget Swabb Ashley's idea to have a parade, which has become the 40th Anniversary Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Parade, which will be held at 3 p.m. May 2 in Winchester.
GREENVILLE — A farewell party is set for Saturday night at SportZers in the 400 block of South Broadway.Owners Jerry Hughes and significant other Judy Kenton are closing the business after 10 years.
UNION CITY — It's a well-kept secret, but USAC race car driver Brady Bacon has one of his vehicles stored in a building here. And, he's in town some days, just like he was on Monday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A proposal to boost the speed limit to 75 mph on the Ohio Turnpike and rural highways cruised passed the state Senate Wednesday after a panel expanded it to cover all motor vehicles, regardless of their size.
GREENVILLE – A number of citizens expressed their frustration with “nuisance” neighbors and “negligent” landlords during the public hearing portion of the Greenville City Council meeting Tuesday evening.
GREENVILLE – The Greenville Police Department is seeking information about an individual responsible for damaging multiple vehicles during the early morning hours on Thursday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohioans will have expanded opportunities to watch live legislative debate on the state budget.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) reports that family-owned farms remain the backbone of the agriculture industry. The latest data come from the Census of Agriculture...
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) has signed a bill that aims to protect students from the academic impacts of Ohio's new proficiency tests.
GREENVILLE - Aaron Keirns, author of America's Forgotten Airship Disaster: The Crash of the USS Shenandoah, spoke to a gathering of more than 65 people at the Garst Museum Sunday. The lecture was the last of four in the museum's...
DARKE COUNTY - A group of young people in Darke County will soon have an opportunity to learn more about firearms, archery and hunting as the county sees the formation of its first ever 4-H Shooting Sports Club.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The political battleground state of Ohio did not violate the U.S. Constitution when it imposed new ballot access limits last year on minor political parties, a federal judge ruled Monday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - On Monday, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine released the 2015 edition of Ohio Sunshine Laws: An Open Government Resource Manual. The release of the manual, commonly referred to as the “Yellow Book,” coincides with the...
RANDOLPH COUNTY, Ind. - Police officers arrest a Maryland boyfriend after he sole two cars and a cell phone and lead officers on a chase that ended in a crash.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Speed limits on the Ohio Turnpike and rural roads would increase to 75 mph under one of many transportation-bill changes moving through an Ohio Senate committee.
UNION CITY, Indiana - On Friday, officers arrested two men in a motel on possession and trafficking of cocaine.
A lot of people had Biblical names when I was growing up. My parents gave my brother and I names from the Scripture. It seems like parents today pick five consonants at random, throw in a couple of vowels, mix them up, draw them out of a hat and...
GREENVILLE - The jury trial of a former legal secretary for a Sidney and Greenville attorney Gary Flinn has been continued to April 21-22 in the Darke County Common Pleas Court.
DARKE COUNTY - Jason Garber of Kraut Creek Pastures on New Madison-Coletown Road personifies a new breed of farmer: an entrepreneur who uses natural methods to manage soil and grass, producing meat sold directly to consumers who want to know that...