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Michael D. Pitman

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Recent articles by Michael:

Sold-out Spooky Nook gala is tonight; first event in new space

Though it’s not game-day ready, Spooky Nook Sports Champion Mill in Hamilton will be ready for its first public appearance Thursday night, May 19. → Read More

American Cornhole Organization considers locating headquarters in Butler County

Butler County could be the future home of the world headquarters of the American Cornhole Organization. → Read More

Hamilton Flea returns for season Saturday, has more than 50 unique vendors

The seasonal Hamilton Flea returns Saturday, May 14 at Marcum Park. → Read More

Hamilton police identify all victims in FOP Lodge stabbing linked to cartel

Hamilton police are still looking for two men in connection with a fatal stabbing of a 20-year-old man at a teen girl’s 15th birthday party at an FOP lodge. → Read More

Fairfield fire levy passing with more than half of precincts reporting

Fairfield fire levy passing with more than half of precincts reporting → Read More

Metal detector added to Hamilton City Council chambers

Eventually, residents attending a Hamilton City Council or planning commission meeting, or any other event happening inside council chambers will have to pass through a metal detector. → Read More

Bridgewater Falls Chick-fil-A to close until late June

FAIRFIELD TWP. — Chick-fil-A at Bridgewater Falls is closing, but just temporarily. → Read More

Hamilton train depot move spurs some concerns

Hamilton has a deadline to move the former CSX train depot on Martin Luther King Boulevard several hundred feet north, with a budget of $2 million. → Read More

Davidson faces Republican Heimlich in GOP 8th Congressional District race

Congressman Warren Davidson said his focus this election cycle is not just on his re-election efforts. → Read More

Davidson faces Republican Heimlich in GOP 8th Congressional District race

Congressman Warren Davidson said his focus this election cycle is not just on his re-election efforts. → Read More

Box manufacturer fully operational and looking to hire

Saica, the Spanish-based corrugated box manufacturer at 2995 McBride Court in Hamilton, has an immediate need to hire 10 people, and they want to hire dozens more by the end of 2023. → Read More

Fairfield works with companies, school district to meet job demands

Fairfield will see around 1,000 new jobs enter the market over the next few years as new businesses are coming into the city, and existing businesses are expanding. → Read More

Fairfield choosing projects for American Rescue Fund money

Fairfield laid out its plan Monday night to spend the $4.465 million in American Rescue Fund Act funds, which included buying a new fire engine and ambulance. → Read More

Counties concerned, frustrated about estimated cost of extra primary

Ohio legislative races are not on the current primary ballot, because new maps aren't drawn yet. → Read More

Fairfield city agrees to JEDD with Fairfield Twp.

Fairfield has approved a joint economic development district contract with Fairfield Twp., one of the documents needed for a project that could bring hundreds of new jobs to the region. → Read More

Berkeley Square plans for another residential expansion

Berkeley Square, a retirement community in Hamilton, plans for Phase 15 for the 33-year-old community. → Read More

Fairfield’s 5-year infrastructure blueprint set to be approved today

City Council is expected to approve Fairfield’s expected investment in the city’s capital infrastructure today. → Read More

Hamilton planning commission OKs planned Starbucks

The Hamilton Planning Commission gave its OK to a planned Starbucks behind Walgreens on Ohio 4, though some residents wanted to make sure better fencing around the property would be installed. → Read More

Proposed Hamilton justice center would bring police and courts together

The city of Hamilton is looking to have a one-stop shop for its criminal justice system. → Read More

Job fair today: Teens and young adults sought for dozens of local roles

Several local employers are looking for some young talent to fill open jobs, and a pair of community champions will help fill those availabilities. → Read More