This is no Halloween trick — two editions of the Oxford Press in one week, and one with a Sunday edition of the Journal-News included.
Several local Chambers of Commerce are organizing campaigns to boost foot traffic at small local businesses in the area and to rally support for this week’s Small Business Saturday.
OhioMeansJobs — Butler County, the county’s only government-run job placement agency, has several upcoming hiring events open to the public.
Marching band has long enjoyed great success at Talawanda High School and that tradition continues even with a tougher competition schedule and more demands on the band members to take a greater leadership role.
Two years ago, our community was at risk of losing a vital United Way-funded program in the Rape Crisis Program.
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency said it approved on Nov. 5 an air permit for a natural-gas fired power plant proposed in Middletown, clearing one of the regulatory hurdles for the company before construction can start.
The city plans to purchase the current Lane Library building after the branch moves to its new location in 2015.
Man attempts to enter women’s carsAn officer running radar on Kehr Road saw a vehicle pull up behind him and a distraught female motorist said a man had just tried to get into her car while she was stopped at a red light at Chestnut and Locust streets.
Some Miami University students and faculty fear a series of changes proposed for the regional campuses in Middletown, Hamilton and West Chester could “cripple” the future of the branch schools.
There are a number of free Thanksgiving meals for those in need being held throughout Butler and Warren counties.
Talawanda Board of Education members heard first reading of 17 Talawanda district policy statements on a wide range of topics at Monday’s meeting for action next month.
The Christ Hospital Health Network has confirmed plans to expand in Butler County, but has shared little more in details about the project or investment.
Oxford City Council approved Tuesday a $31 million budget that includes a 2 percent cost-of-living raise for all full-time employees, as well as a new agreement with Rumpke.
As fall moves forward and the holiday season begins, November marks one of the biggest time periods of the year for shopping and eating out.
Butler County homeless shelters are reporting their beds are full even before winter — traditionally the busiest time of the year — begins.
Carla Brunini is just months into her college career, but she’s already thinking about the $20,000 in student loans that she has accumulated.
The Plymouth settlers were familiar with pumpkins. Though native to North America, pumpkins were exported to Europe beginning in the sixteenth century, and pumpkin pie recipes were published in English cookbooks during the seventeenth century.
Since 1891, the Salvation Army kettles have served to change the lives of thousands of children, families and adults in need.
Students harassed by phony IRS callsPolice have received a rash of complaints lately from Miami University students about phone calls supposedly from a number of police agencies threatening action over what the caller says is money owed to the Internal Revenue Service.
As 2014 comes to a close, The Oxford Press and Oxford Kiwanis Club ask you to look back on the past year and tell us who made Oxford special through the annual Citizen of the Year program.