Butler County News
News from Butler County, Ohio highlighting Fairfield, Liberty Twp., Monroe and West Chester
Before John Gray Road can be repaved next year, two other projects need to happen first.And the first is a small, yet “significant,” project that will relocate 240 to 250 feet of a 20-inch water main line from the side of the bridge over the Pleasant Run Creek, said Fairfield Public Utilities Director Adam Sackenheim.
Lang’s Locks, owned by West Chester Twp. resident Jim Lang since its inception, is celebrating 40 years in business this year.
A convicted serial murderer and child rapist has lost 16 years of credited jail time in a court ruling this week.
Motorists pass a piece of Butler County’s rich history every day most likely without realizing it, but some springtime improvements to the Miami Chapel Cemetery should draw attention to the final resting place of some of the area’s pioneer families and five American war veterans.
April has been a bit of a roller coaster as far as temperatures concerned with cooler air returning as we wrap up the month.
The next Food Network TV star may be a Butler County teenage chef who just landed more than $100,000 in college scholarship offers.
TheGroceryRunners.com, a home delivery of Kroger ClickList groceries, is launching the service on a broad scale after a pilot program that ran from January through February to a select number of ZIP codesThe service is available to the majority of the Greater Cincinnati area, but visiting www.
Stops on the Butler County Donut Trail are unveiling nine new sweet creations for a limited time.Each locally-owned shop featured on the Donut Trail will be selling a limited number of unique doughnut creations from May 1-7 as part of National Travel & Tourism Week, according to the Butler County Visitors Bureau.
Local law enforcement agencies are participating in an event to give residents the chance to prevent drug abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.
Fairfield Twp. Fire Department’s annual fire hydrant testing is set to begin on Monday and will continue until it is completed.
The former Wingate by Wyndham branded hotel on Tylers Place Boulevard in West Chester Township is now Four Points by Sheraton.
West Chester Pet Resort and Spa has recently added pet daycare to the grooming and boarding options that were already available.