A five-year-old business celebrated their second relocation with a Grand Opening on Friday.

Cub Scout Pack 220 was at the New Carlisle Cemetery on Saturday morning helping to clean up brush and trash.

When First Responders go to work, they never know whether they might assist an elderly person in medical distress, provide emergency services at the site of a terrible car crash, or revive an overdose victim on the brink of death.

The North Hampton Lions Club is again sponsoring their annual Memorial Day Pancake and Sausage Breakfast on Saturday, May 27 from 7:00 to 11:00 a.

The Cattle Zone Restaurant and Bar located at 6001 Lower Valley Pike just north of the Village of Enon has quickly become popular for their new look and affordable menu.

If you are currently or have ever been the parent of a seventh grader, you know that getting them to move away from things that are most familiar to them is a tough job.

The students at Guiding Shepherd Christian School have begun a “Little Library” on Pike St.

The Ohio Department of Transportation will be installing a new traffic light at Main and Jefferson.

A determined group of Tecumseh Middle School girls tackled and conquered a long 5K run in the early hours of Saturday, May 13 at the University of Dayton’s Welcome Stadium.

The Bethel Township community came together at Tecumseh High School Monday evening for “Pray Collin Strong” and raised $19,000 for Collin Griffin and his family to help offset his mounting medical bills and travel expenses.

When the staff at Donnelsville Elementary heard that the New Carlisle Library did not have enough funds to fully implement Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, they took action.

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