Doyle Wright City Council 1230New Carlisle will be welcoming two new deputies in 2016 which is the result of the approval of the police levy in 2015. Council approved a contract

At a special meeting held on December 30, 2015 New Carlisle City Council approved a resolution adopting a Capital Improvement Program for the city in

New Carlisle City Councilman Ethan Reynolds was ceremoniously sworn into office on Saturday, December 19 by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. The

According to information provided by New Carlisle City Manager Randy Bridge to council on Monday evening, the city will return to four deputies at the

DSC 0094Newly appointed Fire Administrator Steve Trusty was welcomed at Monday evening’s City Council meeting. Trusty’s appointment was announced last week by

DSC 0099Resident Ron Cobb expressed outrage that the city will only have three deputies. “When you passed out these fliers, you guaranteed four deputies if

DSC 2817The New Carlisle City Council met in a special session on Wednesday evening to discuss the police contract and the employee health insurance. The city

City of NC LogoNew Carlisle Council members learned from City Manager Randy Bridge that the sale of the Twin Creeks parcels will be on hold for now. The city will

The citizens of New Carlisle will have a unique opportunity on Monday, November 16th when the city brings the three finalists for Chief of the fire

A partnership between the Clark County Combined Health District (CCCHD) and the City of New Carlisle is giving area residents access to general health

The City of New Carlisle will be offering free leaf pickup to residents this fall.  Residents will need to follow a few guidelines when preparing

City Manager Randy Bridge reported to New Carlisle Council on Monday evening that the short list of candidates for city fire chief has been decided.


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