Butler County News
News from Butler County, Ohio highlighting Fairfield, Liberty Twp., Monroe and West Chester
Lakota Principal Jeff Rouff just can’t seem to get away from Hopewell Junior School, where he was once a student.
A bill that creates a new program to serve youth who age out of foster care, and those adopted after age 16, through their 21st birthdays is on its way to the governor’s desk.
The Butler County Auditor’s Office will add extra inspectors after a credit card skimmer was found for the second time in three days inside a gas pump at a Butler County gas station.
For Pat and Mary Massarelli, NASCAR races have never been a must-see television event.But that will change Sunday when the Hamilton residents tune in for the Coca-Cola 600 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Fairfield Twp. trustees have approved a pay raise this year and next year for police officers and sergeants.
Lakota Schools will pay a majority of the cost to demolish an old school after backers of the proposed Boys & Girls Club to be built on the site told the school board it had raised $5.
Only 10 percent of people survive sudden cardiac arrest, and the data shows survival chances drop significantly if nothing is done.
Memorial Day events in several communities will honor the brave men and women who paid the ultimate price in defense of this nation.
Township officials here are concerned a roadside memorial that has been up for more than a year may be a distraction in a high-traffic area that is home to a growing number of new developments.
Panera Bread recently launched a hiring effort that will result in more than 400 new hires. Available positions including restaurant managers, bakers, catering coordinators, delivery drivers and hourly associates to accommodate recent growth.
Check out some of the scenes at this weekend's games at the Joe Nuxhall Miracle League Field in Fairfield.
The former Wingate by Wyndham branded hotel on Tylers Place Boulevard in West Chester Township is now Four Points by Sheraton.