Clark County was recently awarded more than $400,000 in competitive grant money to make improvements to a portion of Galewood Drive in New Carlisle.

New Carlisle City Council member Aaron Leighty stunned his fellow council members by announcing his resignation from council effective immediately.

Colleen Harris who has helped the City of New Carlisle through some very difficult financial times in recent years has elected to say goodbye to the city and move on to a new position as finance Director for the Village of Yellow Springs in nearby Greene County.

New Carlisle City Council Member Mike Lowrey, at Council’s May 7 meeting, said he had “a handful of things that we need to talk about tonight.

City Manager Randy Bridge told City Council members that he has potential buyers for the old Madison Street School.

The City of New Carlisle will have two representatives at the New Carlisle Fire Station to help any city resident who needs assistance in completing their city income taxes.

The City of New Carlisle received a Healthy Community Award from the Ohio Department of Health and the Healthy Communities Coalition.

Chris Shamy lost his bid for New Carlisle City Council last November by one vote, but was appointed to the seat vacated by Jim Leathley.

New Carlisle City Council voted unanimously to put an additional 3 mill levy on the May 8 ballot.

New Carlisle City Council passed an ordinance Monday evening raising water rates each year for the next four years.

New Carlisle City Council held a work session Monday evening to discuss the aging water system and how to pay for improvements.

Several citizens addressed New Carlisle City Council at their meeting Monday evening regarding Issue 4, the ballot issue to give city residents who work in other municipalities credit on their New Carlisle income taxes for taxes paid to other municipalities.