23 hrs ago
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.
23 hrs ago
Greenville Federal celebrates 130 years
Greenville Mayor Mike Bowers and Greenville Federal President and CEO Jeff Kniese cut the 130th anniversary cake during the business's Friday celebration.
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.
Wed May 15, 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.
Tue May 14, 2013
this story a-o
Alan Fourman, nephew of the late Larry Foreman, will be the parade marshal for the 2013 Arcanum Old Fashioned Days, happening this weekend.
Mon May 13, 2013
Students get first-hand experience on the farm
Nearly 700 elementary students got to experience the Versailles FFA's 38th annual Farm Day on Friday.
Sun May 12, 2013
Emergency exercise demonstrates county readiness
The weekend exercise was designed to establish a learning environment for local emergency agencies to exercise their procedures for responding to a hazardous materials incident.
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.
The Piqua Daily Call
Retiring educator committed to excellence
By JOHN HAUER For the Daily Call PIQUA - It is gratifying to a longtime educator to be successful in a school system, but for someone to be successful and make major contributions to two different school systems is very special.
Thu May 09, 2013
Alumni hope to preserve one-room school
A group of Greenville High School alumni is working to preserve schoolhouse history by moving a one-room schoolhouse to a new location, revamping it, and setting it up for modern-day students to experience what life in a one-room schoolhouse was like before Darke County's modern schools were built.
Wed May 08, 2013
3 local issues pass in election
The three local issues on the ballot in Tuesday's primary election were passed by the voters, according to unofficial results posted by the Darke County Board of Elections.
Tue May 07, 2013
Historic house holds ample history
ARCANUM Continuing the four-part series of historic family homes, the Arcanum Wayne Trail Historical Society recognized the Joan and Gene Rench Farmstead, which dates back to 1836.
Mon May 06, 2013
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.
Fri May 03, 2013
Spring into action for fun in the great outdoors
Tied of being cooped up all winter? Now is the time to take advantage of outdoor activities before the summer heat arrives.
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.
Thu May 02, 2013
Community prays for America
GREENVILLE The 62nd annual National Day of Prayer was held Thursday outside the Greenville City Building, where a number of faith and community leaders took part in praying for our country on a beautiful spring day.
Phelans named grand marshals for upcoming festival parade
Jim and Carolyn Phelan have been named Honorary Poultry Days Parade Marshals for the 2013 Poultry Days Parade which will be held at 11 a.m. on June 15.
this story a-o
This weekend, many teens will enjoy their schools' proms, but there could be a more sobering experience in their future if they choose to ignore the laws set in place for their own protection, said John Burton, an agent with the Ohio Investigative Unit .
Wed May 01, 2013
The Piqua Daily Call
Phone call leads to school lockdown
An alleged threat made in Darke County led to a precautionary lockdown at two of three buildings in the Covington School District on Wednesday.