Butler County News
News from Butler County, Ohio highlighting Fairfield, Liberty Twp., Monroe and West Chester
Southwest Ohio’s two biggest cities now have this shared message: immigrants are welcome here.
The Cincinnati State Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to reject a fact-finder’s report concerning a proposed contract with one of its labor unions.
About 16,000 Kroger employees in the company’s Cincinnati/Dayton division will vote July 29 whether to accept a new four-year labor agreement affecting their wages, health plans and other benefits.
A Highland County woman could face vehicular homicide charges in connection with the double-fatality crash Tuesday in Warren County, according to authorities.
An area nursing home is adding a new cardiac program to better treat and rehabilitate those with new cardiac diagnoses, including heart failure.
Most of the region will see midday and afternoon showers and thunderstorms Wednesday, after a hot and humid Tuesday with just a few scattered clouds.
Greater Cincinnati’s housing market recorded its best June since 2006 for the number of homes sold — 2,450.
Cabela’s Inc. representatives have confirmed plans that the outdoor sporting goods retailer is eyeing greater Cincinnati for a new $30 million site, which could be its second Ohio store, and create up to 220 new jobs.
Speaker of the House John Boehner’s office reported that eight of the students in the 8th Ohio Congressional District he nominated for one of the country’s service academies have received appointments to a United States Military Service Academy.
Celtic music and dancers will fill the Center Bar at Miami Valley Gaming on Wednesday as the gaming and entertainment complex hosts the kick-off party for the United Irish of Dayton Celtic Festival.
Mosler Safe Co. was a more than 100-year old company when it closed, bankrupt, in Hamilton in August 2001.