Butler County News
News from Butler County, Ohio highlighting Fairfield, Liberty Twp., Monroe and West Chester
In about four years, Flores Leather Works has grown from a hobby, to a part-time storefront at Pendleton Art Center, to a full-time business, said Eber Flores, who co-owns the retailer with wife Rebecca.
Following recent news of the upcoming retirement of the steelmaker’s chief executive officer, AK Steel on Tuesday announced a new set of executive promotions.
Criminal activity has forced the city of Hamilton to permanently close the first floor restrooms on the city’s side of the Government Services Center.
The previously announced Buffalo Wings & Rings is now open in the Mason-Deerfield Twp. area, where franchise owners chose a key location near Kings Island amusement park, a Harley Davidson dealership, The Beach Waterpark and other attractions that could help drive foot traffic.
Downtown Hamilton call center company StarTek Inc. is continuing to hire for a new customer, said site manager Scott Farmer.
Many local residents will spend Thanksgiving Day with family or friends, celebrating all they are thankful for.
Access to property records on the Butler County auditor’s website is unavailable due to technical difficulties with the site.
Gift cards remain the top requested gift for eight consecutive years, reports personal finance website GOBankingRates.
Parts of the Miami Valley saw a few snowflakes Saturday, but it did not add up to much. According to the National Weather Service, trace amounts fell in some locations, but nobody had any measurable snow, which is defined as at least a tenth of an inch.
The first Butler County Einstein Bros. Bagels opened last month in West Chester Twp., according to the franchise owner.
The first snowfall of the season dumped snow all over Butler County early on Nov. 17, 2014.
The Springboro High School football team played Lakota East in the Division I playoffs Saturday, Nov.
Crowds gathered Tuesday for the funeral for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo in Hamilton, Ontario. Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa last Wednesday when he was killed by a gunman who went on to open fire on Parliament Hill.
Tippecanoe and Monroe boys squared off in a Division II boys district championship on Oct. 23, 2014 at Sidney High School.