Thursday May 23
Council approves of initiative for new school
The Greenville City Council unanimously approved a Tuesday resolution supporting the initiative to pass a 2013 education bond levy, which would provide a new K-8 school and renovations to the high school.
Thursday May 23
Commencements begin Friday
Caps and gowns, pomp and circumstance and parties galore are the order for graduating seniors in Darke County for the next two weeks as they receive their diplomas and enter a new phase of life.
Mon May 20, 2013
Man arrested for shooting brother
A Greenville man was arrested Friday night for Felonious Assault after he called 911 claiming he shot his brother in the leg during an argument.
Greenville puts together bond issue campaign
An organizational meeting for the Greenville School District's upcoming Aug. 6 bond issue and maintenance levy campaign was held Thursday evening in the high school cafeteria with approximately 60 members of the community, including the five board of education members, members of the media, and staff and administration members of Greenville ... (more)
Planting Day helps keep Greenville beautiful
Pictured are Troop 373 Boy Scouts Maxam Sharp, Colin Jennings, Zach Bauchman lending a hand during the eight annual Main Street Greenville Planting Day on Saturday.
Thu May 16, 2013
Community Improvement Corporation announces support for Greenville Schools
DARKE COUNTY The Darke County Community Improvement Corporation met Wednesday morning to discuss their regular business, including announcing their support of the Greenville City Schools' upcoming bond issue and building project.
Darke Co. authorities warn of scholarship scam
Greenville Police and Darke County sheriff's deputies are warning of a potential scam involving two people collecting money for the Sarah Whittaker Scholarship Fund of the HOPE Foundation.
Tue May 14, 2013
Greenville police make headway in burglary cases
GREENVILLE The Greenville Police Department is making headway on the recent string of burglaries, producing three arrests over the last week.
Mon May 13, 2013
CareFlight called to accident with head injuries
A driver was headed northbound on State Route 503 just south of Greenville when he failed to stop his red Volkswagen at the intersection of U.S. 127, according to the accident report.
Sun May 12, 2013
Local women adopt community moms
Kelly Edwards and her daughter make a card for a local mom, who was adopted through the Greenville Baptist Church's Adopt-a-Mom Mother's Day tea and luncheon.
Community lights up the night for local teen
Corynna Strawser, a 16-year-old Greenville native, suffers from an incurable disease.
Wed May 08, 2013
Greenville residents ask council for police support
GREENVILLE A handful of concerned Greenville residents spoke out during Tuesday's city council meeting to voice their concern about recent burglaries and to ask city leaders for additional support to the police department.
Fireflight to light up the stage Friday evening at EUM
EUM Church enjoys hosting concerts and being a part of the planning, Marty McCabe said, and this Friday that planning will come together as Fireflight and The SkyPilot take the stage at 1451 Sater St.
Tue May 07, 2013
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Nearly 100 senior citizens gathered in the Greenville Senior High cafeteria Tuesday morning for entertainment, a meal, games and door prizes.
County celebrates May's Historic Preservation Month
All around the county, community members are finding ways to join festivities as part of May's National Historic Preservation Month.
Mon May 06, 2013
5K for Education draws 250 runners
The first-ever EUM Christian Pre-School 5K for Education was held Saturday at EUM Church in Greenville.
Greenville native speaks as UN representative
Jeffrey D. Feltman, a Greenville native and United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, gave a special presentation Sunday as part of Garst Museum's lecture series program.
Sun May 05, 2013
Greenville's hidden history revealed at Upper Floor Tour
GREENVILLE Main Street Greenville's Upper Floor Tour kicked off Historic Preservation Month with large crowds, warm weather and a healthy dose of history.
Fri May 03, 2013
Greenville park employee suffers mower accident
Greenville resident and City Park seasonal employee Ralph Bierly, 67, was transported by CareFlight to Miami Valley Hospital on Friday afternoon after suffering serious injuries due to a park mowing accident.
Board of Elections reverses decision for city candidates
Two Greenville administration members who turned in invalidated declaration of candidacy forms will find their way to the General Election ballot after all.