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Recent articles by Sue:

How did money issues fare in Tuesday's elections in Butler County?

Voters in Fairfield, Middletown and Madison Township weighed in on levies Tuesday → Read More

Dora proposed for Fairfield's Village Green

The designated outdoor drinking area will be discussed at a May 23 public hearing and go to City Council for a vote June 13. → Read More

Fairfield High School principal moving to district administration

Bill Rice will be the assistant superintendent for Fairfield City Schools and the district is looking for a new principal for the high school. → Read More

Trustees: Yes to Shake Shack and Torchy's Tacos, no to more apartments at Liberty Center

Trustees denied a plan to add a four-story building with 273 luxury apartments at the retail center in Liberty Township. → Read More

Liberty Township entertainment center gets go-ahead from trustees

Besides food, the park will have a bar, a stage for live music and outdoor space for activities including volleyball, pingpong and outdoor movies. → Read More

COVID pushes West Chester Martin Luther King Jr. Day observances virtual for second year

The annual March for Unity is changing to a virtual food donation march that runs through the end of February, → Read More

Fundraiser brings athletes with disabilities a step closer to a place of their own

A Nuxhall Foundation campaign raised $325,013 this year, almost double the proceeds from the 2020 fundraiser. → Read More

Christine Matacic ends 20 years of service to Liberty Township

Her service to the community started when she and Katy Kern organized a community parade in 1986, and she was elected to office in 2001. → Read More

Fairfield council and residents concerned about traffic for proposed housing development

Getting in and out of the proposed development at South Gilmore and Mack roads could be difficult. → Read More

Fairfield kicks off 4-year makeover of Harbin Park

The overall project is expected to cost between $4.8 and $5.2 million and take four years to complete. → Read More

City Barbecue coming to Fairfield in the spring

There are City Barbecue restaurants in Blue Ash, Hamilton, West Chester, Eastgate, Florence, and Highland Heights. → Read More

Mason High School announces 33 seniors as National Merit semifinalists

Thirty-three Mason High School seniors are among 192 named National Merit Semifinalists in the TriState. → Read More

Fairfield Twp. trustees approve raises for police under newly approved contract

Officers and sergeants in the Fairfield Township Police Department will get raises this year and the next two under a new three-year contract. → Read More

Fairfield pauses city manager search until after new year

Current councilmembers want incoming council to make decision about city manager. → Read More

West Chester's North Pointe development will include hotel, retail and housing

Located along Union Centre bound by I-75, West Chester Road and Cincinnati-Dayton Road, the development would be built in phases over several years. → Read More

West Chester Shamrock Shuffle 5K Sept. 11 benefits Northern Cincinnati Foundation

The event features a 9/11 remembrance before the race kicks off. → Read More

Fairfield lifts Great Miami River advisory after treatment plant failure

City officials say the issue at the treatment plant has been addressed and there are no signs the plant is allowing sewage into the river. → Read More

New slogan, new logo: Fairfield Township is rebranding

The old orange and blue oval signs are being replaced with new ones, proclaiming "Great History. Bright Future." → Read More

Liberty Twp. trustees approve new Costco and Freedom Pointe development plans

The $133 million project will feature a Costco, restaurant, a hotel and more on an 88-acre site at Cox Road and Liberty Way. → Read More

'Indicator of a return to normalcy': West Chester concert series return as pandemic slows

MetroParks of Butler County is bringing back its Wednesday night Hump Day concerts at Voice of America MetroPark. → Read More