Butler County News
News from Butler County, Ohio highlighting Fairfield, Liberty Twp., Monroe and West Chester
John McGinnis resigned his seat on the Fairfield Twp. Board of Trustees Wednesday for personal reasons, but declined to elaborate further.
A man believed to be the father of Rebekah Kinner’s newborn baby boy is seeking custody of the infant, his attorney Kyle Rapier told this news outlet in an exclusive interview.
Cost estimates to fully automate the Butler County parking garage range from just over $100,000 to almost $400,000.
Britton Lane between Macready and Ohio avenues in Monroe will be closed to through traffic beginning Sunday morning through Monday morning, weather permitting.
Trial dates have been set for two woman charged with misdemeanor offenses in a June melee at the Fairfield Aquatic Center.
West Chester Police Department is attempting to locate a 28-year-old man to check on his welfare.Eric W.
The Lebanon City Schools superintendent is one of nine candidates who will be interviewed next week for the same position with Fairborn City Schools.
Plans by the same developer of the approximately $350 million Liberty Center complex on Liberty Way got zoning approval Tuesday to build another mixed office, residential and retail development across the street in neighboring West Chester Twp.
When the Butler County Mental Health Renewal Levy kicks off its campaign, organizers really mean a kick-off.
Lenten fish fries are planned throughout the region. Here are some local fish fries: BUTLER COUNTY Middletown: Knights of Columbus, 5 to 7:30 p.
West Chester Pet Resort and Spa has recently added pet daycare to the grooming and boarding options that were already available.
Fairfield defeated Lakota East in their wrestling dual 64-11 Thursday, Jan. 14 at the performing arts center at Fairfield High School.