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.

The weekly Cruise-Ins, a tradition at Wot-A-Dog, have returned.

On Saturday, May 13, 2017, the Ohio Night Stalkers will present an exhibition of encounters with Bigfoot in Ohio.

Three outstanding local teachers have been recognized by the New Carlisle Rotary Club as “Teachers of the Year.

Every so often, a team comes along that captures the hearts, minds, and imagination of fans and the public.

The New Carlisle Public Library hired new Director Beth Freeman.

Senior Michael Green and freshman Miranda Guisinger were honored at the April 25th meeting of the New Carlisle Rotary Club as the Student of the Month and Citizen of the Month, respectively.

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS Wetland Warriors - Ages 7-12 This year-round program encourages children to get outside, make new discoveries and foster new friendships while learning about nature firsthand.

A citizenship club is bringing a lot more optimism to Tecumseh High School and the New Carlisle Community.

Recognizing the immense community support the Bethel Churches United (BCU) Food Pantry provides as it ministers to neighbors impacted by adverse circumstances, on April 26, Cargill, Inc.

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