The City of New Carlisle was under a water boil advisory from Friday evening until Sunday morning.

City manager Randy Bridge lifted this ban on Sunday, June 5 at 10:00am City Manager Randy Bridge cancelled the boil advisory around 10am on Sunday June 5.

City manager Randy Bridge lifted this ban on Sunday, June 5 at 10:00am City Manager Randy Bridge cancelled the boil advisory around 10am on Sunday June 5.

New Carlisle is going “low-tech” when it’s latest community policing endeavor.

Upholding the tradition of “retiring the gavel,” outgoing New Carlisle Mayor Lowell McGlothin was honored with a proclamation last week in recognition of his service to the city.

New Carlisle’s City Council recently voted to sell the Twin Creeks subdivision, which will help bring down the remaining balance owed on the properties and alleviate a percentage of the city’s financial drain associated with the neighborhood.

After being publicly antagonized and even more passionately defended, with its fate hanging precariously in the balance at one point in time, the New Carlisle Swimming Pool has survived the rough waters of the past year to open once again for another season.

“It’s not ‘My’ department, it’s ‘Our’ department,” stresses Steve Trusty as he answers questions about his first six months serving as New Carlisle’s Fire Chief.

The City of New Carlisle recently purchased a new police cruiser for deputies assigned to the city.

New Carlisle City Council passed a resolution establishing non-smoking zones in the City’s parks.

New Carlisle City Manager Randy Bridge informed City Council that he had planned on introducing an ordinance to allow for the sale of the Twin Creeks properties at Monday’s City Council meeting, but the ordinance needed some rewording.

3Former City Council member Barry Kilburn addressed City Council on the deplorable condition of a home on Madison St.

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