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The public is invited to attend the 90-minute forum beginning at 7 p.m. Oct. 24 at Mercy HealthPlex, 3050 Mack Road. It will feature discussions from those in the medical treatment community, law enforcement and a recovering addict.
The forum will be a com...
Performance Foodservice-Ellenbee on Port Union Road donated first aid kits to the Police Department's three K9 Teams. The kits are produced by "We Ride to Provide," a nonprofit organization in Georgia.
Leslie Besl has become the City's newest Councilmember, sworn in by Mayor Steve Miller on Monday, Sept. 11, to fulfill the unexpired term in the First Ward that was last held by Bob Myron. Bob passed away in July.
Members of City Police and Fire Departments and Council participated in a flag ceremony at South Elementary School in memory of 9/11.
Starting this week, Butler County residents will have an opportunity to recycle that old computer or television collecting dust.
The recognition is officially called the “Auditor of State With Distinction” award and is presented to local governments and school districts upon the completion of a financial audit. To receive this recognition, audited entities must ...
Ohio State University Police Chief Craig Stone came to Fairfield with Officer Alan Horujko who was honored by Fairfield City Council for his action in killing a knife-wielding suspect on OSU's campus last year.
The Journal News reported on August 10 that Swine City Brewery has applied for liquor licenses.
This system enables the City to send high-speed alerts to residents and businesses by phone call, text and/or email. These alerts might be sent to all or portions of the City depending on the geographic impact of an event. For example, a missing...
The Fairfield Police Department will host a community event in conjuntion with National Night Out on Tuesday, August 1.
The park will be located on River Road near Marsh Lake in an area known as Black Bottom. It will be have its own parking and access but will be considered an extension of Marsh Park.