Butler County News
News from Butler County, Ohio highlighting Fairfield, Liberty Twp., Monroe and West Chester
A 16-year-old boy who was drag racing in April in a stolen car that crashed, killing his 14-year-old passenger, admitted his guilt today in Butler County Juvenile Court.
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West Chester Twp. recently was recognized again by the Auditor of State for excellence in accounting and financial record-keeping.
The Kroger Co. is testing online ordering at a local store, but the service isn’t available for customers yet.
A recently completed restoration of a unique piece of Butler County’s past is the result of countless volunteer hours and monetary contributions from area residents.
The man that police say killed his ex-girlfriend and her teenage son and led police on a multi-state search that ended Friday near Middletown has been booked into the Warren County Jail.
Members of the Liberty Twp. Tea Party organization say they are beyond frustrated with the Internal Revenue Service’s handling of their tax-exempt status request.
Gasoline prices are hitting their yearly lows and could go lower, so it wouldn’t hurt to fill up the tank.
The Butler County Coroner’s Office on Monday released autopsy results for an elderly couple that went missing last Tuesday and were later found dead in their vehicle in a densely wooded area about 200 yards from their home.
The Butler County Auditor’s Office announced the tentative values for the 2014 tax year — which are payable in 2015 — will be mailed to all residential property owners in the county.
Ohio voters will now have more chances to vote early in-person at county boards of election starting on Sept.
See photos from Friday, July 25, 2014, at the Butler County Fair in Hamilton.
Mosler Safe Co. was a more than 100-year old company when it closed, bankrupt, in Hamilton in August 2001.