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  • Man arrested in connection with Hawthorne Apartments fire

    On Monday, Feb. 26, a local resident was arrested in connection to the fire that erupted at the Hawthorne Place Apartments last summer. He is being charged with aggravated arson, burglary and possessing criminal tools, and is presently in custody at the Greene County Jail. 

  • Township trustees support Polecat Road speed change

    Village Planning Commission member Scott Osterholm spoke before the trustees on a plan to request that Greene County change the speed limit on Polecat Road to 35 mph outside Village limits near Ellis Park, on a stretch of road located within Miami Township.

  • EXTENDED COVERAGE | Fire at Hawthorne Place Apartments

    Fire Chief Denny Powell said that although the fire remains under investigation by the fire marshal, the eventual designation of the cause will likely be “undetermined” owing to the extent of the damage to the unit where the fire originated as well as a lack of state resources.

  • Fire at Hawthorne Apartments in Yellow Springs

    At approximately 4 a.m., several area firefighter and EMS crews were dispatched to W. North College St. to battle the blaze that broke out in the complex’s northwest building, which contains eight rental units. 

  • Haze hangs over Ohio Valley

    Air quality in the Ohio Valley has plummeted in recent days as smoke from widespread Canadian wildfires continues to drift into the U.S.

  • Couple saved in morning fire

    Lightning was the likely cause of an early morning house fire Tuesday, May 28, that sent three Yellow Springs residents to the hospital, fire Chief Colin Altman said this week.

  • Food truck reopens after fire

    Aahar India reopened earlier this month, after closing for several months following a grease fire that severely damaged the local Indian food truck. Here, owner Akhilesh Nigam cuts cauliflower inside the new trailer he purchased and equipped, thanks in part to donations from customers and local businesses. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Aahar India is open again, and owner Akhilesh Nigam couldn’t be happier.

  • Aahar India seeks help to rebuild

    Owner of the Indian food truck Aahar India, which burned last Saturday night, has launched a crowdsourcing campaign so he can rebuild.

  • WSU sells land to Township for fire station

    The Wright State University Board of Trustees approved the sale to Miami Township of land bounded by Marshall and Herman Streets and Xenia Avenue. (Via Google Maps)

    The Wright State University Board of Trustees voted to sell two acres of WSU-owned land on Xenia Avenue to Miami Township, which aims to build a new fire station on the location.

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