Kids Read Now rewards young readers

GREENVILLE – The north lawn at Greenville Elementary was filled with laughter, bubbles and blaring music Thursday afternoon as the K-2-graders enjoyed a dance...

Family opens coffee café in familiar spot

VERSAILLES – Several members of one local family went together and purchased Versailles Oil and Gas Co. at the intersection of State Routes 121...

‘Celebrate Recovery, Celebrate Life’ showcases art; recovery providers

PIQUA – Edison Community College’s Gallery and Tech Lounge hosted the 10th Tri-County Art in Recovery exhibit and 49th annual meeting of the Board...

Versailles ACE Hardware plans 25th anniversary open house

VERSAILLES – Versailles ACE Hardware is celebrating its 25th anniversary with an Open House set for Saturday, Oct. 28. The public is invited to...

Student grief groups offer support during loss

GREENVILLE – State of the Heart Hospice and Greenville City Schools have teamed up again this year to offer grief support groups for students...

UCIPD nets heroin, meth and shrooms during traffic stop

UNION CITY, Ind. - On Friday at approximately 10:23 am, Chief Cobie Wells conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle, near the intersection of...

Middaugh sentenced for dealing heroin

GREENVILLE - Convicted heroin dealer, 49-year-old Michelle Middaugh, appeared for sentencing Thursday afternoon in the Darke County Common Pleas Court. Darke County Assistant Prosecutor Deborah...

Andress heads to prison for local burglary

GREENVILLE - Previously being convicted of a second-degree felony burglary, Darke County Common Pleas Court Judge Jonathan P. Hein handed down a three-year prison...

Judge finds meth dealer guilty as charged, heads back to prison

GREENVILLE - For the second time since 2011, 44-year-old Christopher A. Silcott will find himself back in prison for drugs. Following a bench trial on...

Bike racks returning to downtown Greenville

GREENVILLE – The colorful bike racks will be returning to South Broadway. Greenville City Council on Tuesday voted to bring the bike racks back once...

Darke County man seriously injured after crashing into pole

LIBERTY TWP - A Darke County man was seriously injured after crashing into a utility pole on the 400 block of Weavers-Ft. Jefferson Road...

Two injured in crash near Greenville

GREENVILLE TWP - A male and female driver were injured following a two-vehicle crash east of Greenville Tuesday night. Preliminary investigation revealed a 2011 White...

Greenville ALDI opens doors to expanded store

GREENVILLE - The newly remodeled ALDI grocery store in Greenville officially re-opened its doors to the public Tuesday morning. Eager shoppers lined the parking...

Cooking meth lands Robert Harris back to prison

GREENVILLE - For the second time since 2013, 31-year-old Robert L. Harris, of Piqua finds himself headed to prison for trying to cook meth. Harris...

Heroin and meth suspects arrested in Union City

UNION CITY, Ind. - On Friday at approximately 9 a.m., officers from the Union City Indiana Police Department responded to 510 S. Stateline Road,...

Overnight Rush Road standoff ends peacefully

DARKE COUNTY - A southern Darke County standoff, that lasted about 14 hours, ended peacefully with subject surrendering late Monday morning. At approximately 10 p.m....

DCHS says TNR is making a difference

GREENVILLE – The City of Greenville is stepping up to make a difference in the feral cat population, but the Darke County Humane Society...

Commissioners recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month

DARKE COUNTY – Prior to their regular Wednesday, Oct. 11 meeting, Darke County Commissisoners signed a proclamation to draw attention to October being National...

GHS urged to think about driving decisions

GREENVILLE – Some Greenville High School students admitted Wednesday they have used their phones to text while driving. After taking a turn in a texting...

Garage fire damages Greenville home overnight

GREENVILLE - An overnight garage fire in Greenville damaged a home on East Third Street. The Greenville Fire Department responded to the fire at approximately...