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New Synchrony Bank Location Coming to West Chester Township

300 full-time jobs coming to West Chester, Ohio.

Butler County Public Schools Starting Dates

With summer ending, schools are gearing up to start a new year. Here's when the public schools in Butler County start their year.

Local Stores Create Charity To Support Community

Posh Pagan, Alternative Path Coexist, and others have donated over 7,000 lbs of food, hygiene care packages, and elderly care packages to Butler County residents.

FBI Offers Reward for Hamilton Man

29 year old Shawn Lattimore is considered Armed and Dangerous.

Dog Friendly Butler County

With dog parks and pet friendly patios, here's where to bring your furry best friend in Butler County.

Local Music Scene Returns Post Pandemic

Valley Of Dismay, a metalcore band that has its roots in Hamilton, represents the resilience of Butler County with new music and shows after the Covid Pandemic.

Tylersville Road Closes June 27 through July 1

In a press release announced Wednesday, the Butler County Engineer's Office says that Tylersville Road will be closed next week.

Butler County's New Wave of Young Entrepreneurs

Two under 25 create businesses in Butler County.

5 Points Community Garden- Building a Stronger Community

The garden is located at 1884 Harvard Street and is accepting donations of plants, seeds, bird netting, landscaping tools, and more.

Main Street- a Look in the Past

Photographer Joshua Sweet shared photos of Main Street in 2008, bringing back memories and highlighting the transformation of Hamilton’s sprawling business district.

Joseph's Legacy Names New President

Founder Meg Melampy announced her retirement, Krista Snyder Bolser steps into new role as President of one of Butler County's biggest animal rescues.

Celebrate National Donut Day with the Butler County Donut Trail

National Donut Day is Friday, June 3rd. Here are some local donut bakeries in Butler County to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Butler County Celebrates Pride Month

June is Pride Month, sparking conversations of equality and justice for LGBTQ+ individuals.

Monroe Fire Department Offering Scholarship

Honoring Firefighter and EMT Kenny Ellis, Monroe Firefighters hope to help others begin a career in Fire and EMS.

Through Publication of First Children’s Book, Hamilton Woman Offers Inspiring Plea to Overcome Societal Divisions

Early on into her life, Marianne Reed of Hamilton naturally developed a love for books paired with an artistic knack of drawing animals. This childhood passion of hers, which would later manifest into this 27-page inspirational plea for future generations, can be credited (at least partly) to a caring, observant …