Crash shuts down SR 49

Crash shuts down SR 49

GREENVILLE – A two-vehicle crash Monday evening has left two people hospitalized with what is described as non-life threatening injuries.At appr...

November 5th, 2019 updated: November 5th, 2019. |  


Dancing for reading’s sake

Dancing for reading’s sake

GREENVILLE — Greenville Elementary students showed off their dance moves last week during individual grade level dance parties held in their hon...

November 4th, 2019 |  


New cidery and winery to open summer 2020

New cidery and winery to open summer 2020

BRADFORD — Dreams are like a fine wine — it takes time to bring to fruition.For Danielle and Shaun Pierce, years of hard work brings them ...

November 4th, 2019 |  



GREENVILLE – For the fifth consecutive year, local veterans will have a great Thanksgiving dinner thanks to the Road Hoggs Motorcycle Club and t...

November 4th, 2019 |  


Birt named grand marshal

Birt named grand marshal

GREENVILLE – Main Street Greenville’s Board of Directors and the Horse Parade Committee have named Betty Birt, previous Main Street Greenv...

November 3rd, 2019 |  


Dairy King provides Greenville Spirit Bus

Dairy King provides Greenville Spirit Bus

VANDALIA – Greenville’s Dairy King owners Dave McCartney, John Buamgardner and Dave Bush made it possible for Greenville students to be at...

October 31st, 2019 |  


Two for two on council seats

Two for two on council seats

ARCANUM – Two area men will run on the November ballot for two seats on the village council – Jacob “Jake” Banks and Rick Geno...

October 31st, 2019 |  


Copes files for bankruptcy

Copes files for bankruptcy

GREENVILLE – A local business has shut its doors. Copes Distributing, Inc., a local gun dealership, has voluntarily filed for Chapter 7 bankrupt...

October 31st, 2019 |  


Candidates share thoughts

Candidates share thoughts

GREENVILLE – Several candidates for Greenville offices attended the Citizens for Safer Streets meeting on Wednesday to discuss some of the issue...

October 31st, 2019 updated: November 1st, 2019. |  


Council accepts Rumpke bid

Council accepts Rumpke bid

ARCANUM — Residents will not see a trash rate increase after a bid from Rumpke Waste and Recycling was accepted during a council meeting on Tues...

October 31st, 2019 |