COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Department of Health has a new medical director.
ELDORADO - The Eldorado United Methodist Church will hold its annual Thanksgiving supper at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 15.
DARKE COUNTY — One of the long-time traditions in this area for Veterans Day is the serving of ham and bean each Nov. 11.And, this year, the tradition continues.
COLUMBUS (AP) — Backers of the Common Core learning standards are wasting no time in pushing back against an Ohio House effort to repeal the rules by year's end.
GREENVILLE - The Greenville Police Department is not currently collecting monies for body armor or any type of equipment.
DARKE COUNTY — The Public Library Fund in the state of Ohio has been cut by 24 percent since 2008, according to the Ohio Library Council. Local library directors said they responded by cutting staff, hours, programs and book funds upon receiving...
GREENVILLE — Jeff Keaser fought the battle of his life the best he could after he was diagnosed with cancer less than a year ago, and he even planned the activities that led up to his funeral on Saturday.
ANSONIA — Vietnam Veteran SP4 Richard Christman had a pen pal while serving in Vietnam and, 49 years later, she has located him and mailed him those letters back.
ARCANUM — Spec 4 William F. Young, D Batry, 4th BTN, 65 Artil, Post 140, American Legion, penned the following poem for Veteran's Day. It reflects his his feelings and his alone, he said.
GREENVILLE — The Darke County Center for the Arts presented The McCartney Years over the weekend, which is a Wings tribute band who also played Beatles hits.
GREENVILLE — Deb Rose keeps busy at her job and has the same devotion when it comes to her family.Rose, broker and owner of Rose Realty & Associates, has been in the realty business for 37 years.
DARKE COUNTY — With the verdict still out on what the winter weather will bring to Darke County, street and highway crews are preparing for the worst.
GREENVILLE — The fair board hosted a regular meeting on Wednesday night where new and old business was presented and elected officials changed seats.
GREENVILLE — The City of Greenville Safety Service Director Curt Garrison once again faced opposition and a delay as he attempted to get the OK to solicit bids for the Gardenwood and Rhoades Avenue infrastructure project.
Is everyone enjoying this pleasant fall weather before winter sets in? With October and November rolling around, the deer hunters are spending time in the woods once more. Deer meat has been a tremendous blessing in our community in the past years.
DARKE COUNTY- The Ebola outbreak is a hot topic in headlines across the world, but with the flu season also in full swing it's important to know the difference between the two.
GREENVILLE - The unique and very personal experiences of women finding their way through cancer diagnosis, treatment, and troubling appearance concerns come to life in the American Cancer Society Look Good Feel Better® program. When a woman is...
DARKE COUNTY - The rainy and cooler weather conditions present during the fall season made for strong apple crops this year, according to local farmers.
UNION CITY, Ohio -Rickie Hess, Jr., 40, of Union City was taken into custody Tuesday after the Darke County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant on suspicion of possession, manufacturing and trafficking the illegal drug Meth.
DARKE COUNTY - One of the most competitive campaigns in the state ended Tuesday evening with a win for Republican incumbent Bill Beagle taking the 5th District Senate Seat from rival, Democrat Dee Gillis.
WASHINGTON - One day after sweeping Republican election gains, President Barack Obama and incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pledged to try and turn divided government into a force for good rather than gridlock on Wednesday, yet warned of...
DARKE COUNTY - U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (BAY'-ner) has handily won election to a 13th term in his western Ohio district.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Democrats lost at least five of their Ohio House seats - including the one held by their state party's chairman - as Republicans deepened their majority after Tuesday's elections and topped a record for elected seats held...
WASHINGTON - America awoke Wednesday to sharper dividing lines in an already divided government, forcing President Barack Obama to recalibrate his approach and giving Republican leaders in Congress new muscle to check him.