Pat B FYI 300DPIFrom a building in New Carlisle, plans are made that create a ripple effect in supporting the local community and beyond.

Bill expired at the end of 2014—effort has re-grouped for another attempt at signing the bill into reality.

DEFYDid you by chance pick up any Lee’s Chicken this week—or stop by Tom’s Deli for a beer this weekend?

IMG 8348The Bethel Township Fire Department named Jeffrey Allsup an Honorary Firefighter in their department upon learning of the teen’s wish to enter a life-saving profession.

DSC 0004Because of Tuesday night’s decision to cut New Carlisle’s police force by half, Deputy Tim Leedy will no longer act as a city deputy.

FirePasserby Alerts Neighbors to Evacuate

One man was killed last week in a house fire in the early morning hours of January 22 on Kendig Road.

CommunityGroupThe Bethel Township Community Group hosted its first community dinner in the newly-restored basement of Good Shepherd United Methodist Church last Thursday, January 22.

Untitled 4Teenagers can be hard to live with, and in today’s world, parents have to worry about more than just teenage angst.

The New Carlisle Public Library began its first of a six-part local history series in partnership with the New Carlisle Historical Society last Thursday.

BFPATProceeds from the 2014 Bow Wow Ween digital pet portrait event held at Meadow View Growers in New Carlisle, OH, along with donations from Best Friends Pet Assisted Therapy members and friends, and donations from Meijer, Springfield, OH, helped make the 2014 3rd Annual Pet Food Drive a huge success.

Lower Valley PkThe residents of Clark County and surrounding communities who have used Lower Valley Pike to travel from the western edge into Springfield have a clear understanding of the curves and the narrow roadway.

DSC 0041All Invited to Celebrate with BTCG Spaghetti Dinner

Eight months after being ravaged by the May floods, the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church in Park Layne has completed the repairs to its basement, and will once again host the Bethel Township Community Group’s monthly community dinners.