New Carlisle City Council introduced an ordinance at their July 3 meeting that would make it easier for residents to add porches to their buildings.Ordinances

The Ohio EPA contacted the Village of Donnelsville with some ideas on getting uncontaminated water to village residents. Many of the wells, mostly on

Ed. Note: Ryan Breakall is this week’s Northwestern feature athlete, as the New Carlisle News continues the summer series featuring top returning

By Bonnie L. McHenryAt the July 6, 2017 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, New Carlisle Library Director Beth Freeman asked the commissioners

There are traditions at the Clark County Fair that community members look forward to every year, but the fair is always evolving and this year there

At the Bethel Township’s trustee meeting this Tuesday, the trustees passed a resolution that proposed a new fire levy on the upcoming election ballot.

At the June 28 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, both Vice-President of Economic Development Horton Hobbs for the Chamber of Commerce’s

Dollar General is moving forward with their plan to build a new store along W. National Road. In 2015, a similar request was denied for the rezoning

At the June 13, 2017 meeting of the Bethel Township Trustees, the trustees tabled a request from Jamie Spencer to rezone 20.006 acres of a 45.0927

Fair may be just over a month away, but FFA and 4-H members from all over the county are in full swing preparing for the week of July 21st through the

At the June 14, 2017 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, the commissioners heard a report from External Affairs Manager Tim Suter of

At the Bethel Township Trustees’ meeting on Tuesday of last week, the Fire Department had several major developments to address. Fire Chief Jacob King

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