New Carlisle City Council was presented a resolution banning smoking in City parks. The resolution was not approved by Council. The only members

New Carlisle City Council announced Monday night that residents will see changes in town reflecting the city’s adherence to a Creating Healthy

Members of Girl Scout Troop 30630 addressed the New Carlisle City Council Monday evening seeking permission to begin a book exchange, sometimes called

fun at the pool CMYK copy Generous donations from past and present New Carlisle residents have raised more than $1,000 in support of the New Carlisle swimming pool since a Go

Like so many cities of its size, New Carlisle has various recreational parks and pocket parks scattered across the 2.5 miles within the city limits.

One year after the City of New Carlisle narrowly escaped ending the year 2015 in the red; city council members again took up the difficult question

New Carlisle Council met in regular session on Tuesday, February 16 due to the holiday on Monday of last week. Fire Chief Steve Trusty presented

DSC 4213 New Carlisle City Council members met Monday evening, February 8 for a session on reviewing the city’s 2016 budget. While the project ending balance

New Carlisle City Council met in regular session on Monday evening. Council noted the absence of former Mayor Lowell McGlothin for the first time

New Carlisle City Council leaned that the single remaining Twin Creeks parcel did not have any bids at the recent Sheriff’s Sale at their meeting

NCFD Chief Steve Trusty 002It is a new year with a new Fire Chief and New Carlisle is off to a positive start. Recently the New Carlisle News had a conversation with Chief Steve

New Council 008The New Carlisle City Council voted to appoint Mike Lowrey as the new Mayor. Council member Ethan Reynolds made the motion to nominate Lowrey who was


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