Butler County News
News from Butler County, Ohio highlighting Fairfield, Liberty Twp., Monroe and West Chester
U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan called it a “Boehner moment” as he teared up while talking about his father from the pulpit Sunday.
Two adults and a child were injured in a four-vehicle crash this morning at St. Clair and Pleasant avenues.
Mike Campbell is looking to turn a new West Chester-based Christian Brothers Automotive location into a something more than just a business.
Fifth Third Bank has identified two branch offices in its Cincinnati-Dayton division set to close as part of previously announced plans to shed about 100 branches.
West Chester Twp. continues to make community-based efforts an increasingly evident part of its daily operations, offering residents not only an explanation of policing, but the opportunity to answer their questions and concerns.
Two local career technology centers received straight As on their latest state report card released this month, part of a regional and statewide trend.
Hundreds of jobs are available at hospital and doctor networks in the region, including clinical and non-clinical positions, and a series of upcoming job fairs are being held to fill openings.
Township trustees here are looking to create three Tax Increment Financing districts on 668 total acres where property taxes would be redirected for infrastructure and other improvements.
One year after falling $300,000 short of its $1.9 million campaign goal, the Butler County United Way announced it has increased its goal to $2 million this year.
Fairfield Domino’s, located at 975 Symmes Ave., will reopen its newly remodeled store featuring a “pizza theater” design on Saturday, Aug.
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.