*Denotes State Fair Winner501 – Rockets Away - Bottle RocketsJuniors*First: Samuel Spears, St. Clair SpecialtiesSecond: Hunter Bartels, Horsemasters & MoreThird: MJ Habig, Mystical MakersFourth: Edward McNamara, Milford Mini FarmersFifth: Destiny Lowe, Milford Mini FarmersSixth: Elijah Lowe, Milford Mini Farmers501 – Rockets Away - Bottle RocketsSeniorsFirst: Jessica Townsend, St.
Fairfield Twp. residents and travelers will soon notice new road signs along 25 different streets, thanks to a $11,920 grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation.
Kim Weber said her mother always encouraged her to apply to become a Habitat for Humanity homeowner and move her three children out of the trailer park.
The first day of the 2015 Butler County Fair had something for everyone from cake judging and animal showings to a fashion show and the judging of royalty.
Miami University will likely pay a private consulting firm at least $150,000 to find the school’s next president.
This year marks the 56th year for the Butler County Sheriff’s Office Mounted Patrol, and Joe Williams has been on horseback for 51 of those years.
Police Chief Robert Holzworth will receive a raise of more than $1,000 a month, not as part of any regularly scheduled increase, but because of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
Leaders hope to break ground on a $23 million addition to Miami University’s student center by the start of next year.
For 29 years, Sgt. Pete Reising risked his body and his life daily protecting and patrolling the streets of Oxford.
Job seekers will have their first chance Tuesday to meet face-to-face with some Liberty Center tenants, and vie for hundreds of retail, customer service and hospitality job openings.
The Butler County Regional Transit Authority is offering a special, one-day route on Tuesday for job seekers attending the Liberty Center Career Fair, said Chief Operating Officer Matt Dutkevicz.
Tens of thousands of baseball fans breathed sighs of relief when heavy storms fell at the most opportune times during All-Star Game festivities last week.
The Princess, Oxford’s movie theater, may wake up from its long slumber next year now that the city has approved the latest stage of the rebuilding project.
The Christ Hospital Health Network is going to expand services in a big way in Butler County, with plans to build a new medical center in Liberty Twp.
As acceptance of same-sex marriage as the law of the land remains high, the discussion continues.The Oxford area PFLAG, a group of advocates of LGBTQ people and issues, held an open form discussion recently about the United States Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage.
Construction on a more than $500 million natural gas-fired power plant in the city could be only weeks away, according to the project’s developer NTE Energy.
It’s probably not surprising that after two historic and highly controversial United States Supreme Court decisions made last month, the high court’s approval rating among Republicans is pretty anemic.
On the heels of a new store opening in Oxford and the announcement that Graeter’s Ice Cream plans to join the Liberty Center lineup, Graeter’s chief of retail operations told this news outlet about the Cincinnati company’s plans for slow-churned growth.
The current state of American democracy is something Egyptian student Mahmoud Harb believes can eventually work in his home country — but just not yet.