Knapp, Whirlpool & Pink Ribbon Girls help cancer patients

GREENVILLE – The Pink Ribbon Girls are now helping patients in a new van thanks to Dave Knapp Ford Lincoln and employees at Whirlpool...

Kids Read Now summer reading kicks off for Greenville’s K-3

GREENVILLE – Again this summer, Greenville’s youngest readers will be waiting eagerly by their mailboxes for their next adventure – brand new books from...

Fourth Walgreens juvenile appears for hearing

GREENVILLE – The fourth suspect in the Jan. 6 robbery of the Greenville Walgreens appeared before juvenile court Judge Jason Aslinger on Tuesday, May...

Two flown by Careflight after crash near Ansonia

ANSONIA On May 23, 2018 at approximately 8:20 p.m., Darke County Deputies along with Ansonia Rescue, Ansonia Fire Department, and Careflight were dispatched to the...

Blosser receives OHSAA Respect the Game award

GREENVILLE – The Early Bird/Bluebag Media’s principal sports writer and photographer Gaylen Blosser was surprised with the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s Respect the...

Dill Oil suspect found to be incompetent

GREENVILLE – The suspect in the April 9 Dill Oil robbery has been ruled incompetent. Anthony Felix, 25, of New York, appeared from the Darke...

Kruckeberg-127 design upgrade in question

DARKE COUNTY – It’s back to the drawing board for the Kruckeberg Road/U.S. Route 127 upgrade. According to Darke County Engineer Jim Surber, he was...

Two appear in court via video conference

GREENVILLE – Two individuals appeared via video conference on Monday before Judge Jonathan P. Hein in Darke County Common Pleas Court: * Joseph Braun, 48,...

GHS Supply Chain Management supports Special Olympics

GREENVILLE – The Greenville High School junior class held a student vs. teachers basketball game Sunday night at the GHS gymnasium to raise funds...

Royalty reigns at senior prom in Greenville

GREENVILLE – A couple of pageants were among the features of the Memory Lane Senior Prom at the Eagles Lodge in Greenville this past...

GHS students advance to national competitions

GREENVILLE – Several Greenville High School students enrolled in programs at the Career Tech Center have been selected to compete in national competition. During Thursday’s...

Miller, Dugan earn Mr. and Miss Yesteryear titles

ARCANUM – Arcanum’s Veterans Memorial Park set the stage Saturday for the 22nd annual Little Mr. and Miss Pageant. The theme, Rockin’ at the Hop, featured poodle skirts,...

Man hospitalized in suspicious house fire

GREENVILLE - A house fire in Greenville appears suspicious in nature, according to police. Emergency personnel responded to 1165 Donald Dr. approximately 5 p.m. Friday...

Military banners to fly in Arcanum

ARCANUM – A committee from the Arcanum High School graduating class of 1966 will be at Old Fashion Days this weekend in Arcanum, taking...

Former board member questions retire/rehire plan

GREENVILLE – Greenville Board of Education on Thursday approved 5-0 to conduct a public hearing to consider a retire/rehire motion for Superintendent Doug Fries. Prior...

Arcanum marching and concert bands receive Superior ratings under Marsh

ARCANUM – Under the direction Heather Marsh, the Arcanum-Butler High School band excelled at state earning Superior ratings in both concert and marching band...

Annual Pay It Forward Picnic raises over $1,000 for Aktion Club

ANSONIA - Ansonia High School's annual Pay It Forward Picnic has been held for about seven years to help benefit a community organization. The...

Hardee’s gets approval on preliminary plans

GREENVILLE – Hardee's moved a step closer to reality in Greenville when the Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously accepted preliminary plans for a subdivision...

Construction to detour residents for a year

GREENVILLE – Greenville motorists will need to steer clear of Sweitzer/4th Street for the next year or more as work to rebuild the road...

Luster foregoes trial; enters plea in Walgreens robbery

GREENVILLE – The second of four suspects involved in the Jan. 6 armed robbery at Walgreens in Greenville will spend the next six years...