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Coronavirus gear: West Chester Twp. to receive masks and thermometers this week

The health gear was purchased through the Greater Chinese Chamber of Commerce at a cost of $17,500. → Read More

You Gouda go: Big Cheese festival this weekend at Jungle Jim's

The annual Big Cheese two-day event runs from noon to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday at the Fairfield store’s Oscar Event Center. → Read More

Upscale apartments coming to West Chester's business district

The Lofts at Union Centre will feature one- two-and three-bedroom units with lots of amenities. → Read More

Kings school district to go back to voters in March for bond levy that failed last month

The district failed to pass the levy in November and will go back to voters in the spring. → Read More

Liberty Township voters approve aggregation, renew police funding for sheriff contract

Levy renewal pays for township's contract with the Butler County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Jungle Jim's presents annual International Wine Festival this weekend

The event offers more than 400 selections available for sampling. → Read More

Fairfield Township incumbents remain in office

FAIRFIELD TWP. – There will be no changes in the elected officials here following Tuesday’s election. Both Trustee Joe McAbee and Fiscal Officer Shelly Schultz won re-election to four-year terms. “I am deeply humbled and very grateful for the chance to be of service to the residents of Fairfield Township for another term,’’ McAbee said. “Thank you to everyone who voted for me, helped, and… → Read More

West Chester incumbents retain office

West Chester incumbents will serve another term in township government → Read More

Kings school district: Failed bond issue will mean more crowded classrooms

"We're just busting at the seams," said one Kings school official. → Read More

Quidditch tourney takes over VOA Park in West Chester this weekend

There will also be a free youth Quidditch workshop at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, at the park. It is open to elementary, middle, and high school students. → Read More

Fairfield phasing out grant program for nonprofits

Grants to nonprofits from the city will phase out over two years. → Read More

'Lunch It Forward' program ensures Fairfield students get lunch every day

It doesn't matter if students' lunch accounts have a balance or not. Every student gets lunch every day. → Read More

Fairfield keeps pit bull ban in place

An updated ordinance would have required for all pet owners have liability insurance and strengthened penalties for irresponsible pet owners. → Read More

Plans dropped for addiction treatment center in Fairfield Township

Oct. 23 hearing for a zoning change needed for the treatment center has been canceled. Center officials are looking at other Butler County sites. → Read More

Ross Twp. burial mound saved by foundation

Fortified Hill and at least two other Hopewell Indian burial mounds will be donated to Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park. → Read More

West Chester selling activity center for Kroger store

Kroger plan also requires additional property purchases and township officials have alternative site for displaced seniors and other groups. → Read More

Group trying to save historic earthworks now on auction block

The earthen structure and mound were created by the Hopewell Nation about 2,000 years ago. → Read More

Liberty Twp. board rejects Redwood zone change

Trustees rejected a zone change that would have allowed Redwood to build 170 single-family apartments along Ohio 747. → Read More

City seeks public input on new comprehensive plan for Fairfield

It's been 10 years since the city's comprehensive plan was updated. → Read More

6 days of work, 20 years of fun: Come celebrate the Fort Liberty Playland

More than 300 volunteers helped build iconic playground in Liberty Township. → Read More