The tragedy in Dayton

The tragedy that occurred in Dayton early this morning is heartbreaking. There are no words that can explain the why’s, but the most important thing is for us to support the families, friends and loved ones that were victims. We need to join together as a community, not just the downtown area, but the whole […]

Celebrating Raksha Bandhan

The Beavercreek First Responders helped the Hindu  Community Organization [HCO] celebrate their annual Hindu festival Raksha Bandhan on August 24. Both the Beavercreek Police Department and Beavercreek Township Fire Departments gathered together for this special event. The best thing about the Dayton area is the diverse community that surrounds us and the willingness of all […]

Vietnam vet gets high school diploma 50 years later

One Vietnam vet received his diploma, cap, gown and tassel after 50 years of leaving the halls of his high school as a young man. Now, a three time Vietnam tour vet, Stephen Cukovecki, now a Xenia resident, received an honorary Veteran Diploma presented by Beavercreek High School Principal, Jeff Jones. “As superintendent, my name […]

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers coming to the area

Beavercreek just took the first steps to allowing a well-known chicken establishment to break ground. Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers presented a detailed site plan for approval to build a location just south of the Speedway gas station located at the intersection of North Fairfield Rd. and Kemp Rd. The city approved the first reading after hearing […]