Amy Hamilton is bringing a little bling to Main Street with One Four 925, New Carlisle’s newest jewelry store. Unlike traditional jewelry stores,READ MORE
Nearly 600 friends, former students, former football players and community members bid farewell to Coach Kent Massie on Monday.
It was an evening ofREAD MORE
Every day, the cheerful “Tube Man” beckons customers to pop in and become a guest at one of New Carlisle’s most unique and well-known businesses onREAD MORE
Darrin D. Rogers, 46, of New Carlisle, passed away June 14, 2017.
He was born December 11, 1970 in Dayton, the son of Douglas and Charlotte Rogers.
Robert (Bob) Lee Kaffenbarger 75, of New Carlisle, passed to eternal peace in his home on June 22.
Bob was born March 16, 1942 in Springfield to LloydREAD MORE
Farmers and artisans will once again converge on downtown New Carlisle on June 24 for the opening day of New Carlisle Farmers’ Market’s 2017 season.
Like the garden in the movie that inspired its name, careful tending is helping bring one of New Carlisle’s new businesses, A Secret Garden at WeberREAD MORE
On June 14, American Legion Post 286 hosted its annual Flag Day ceremony with 15,000 unserviceable American flags being retired and burned. It tookREAD MORE
“First and foremost, I would urge your readers to think about the last time they reviewed their insurance policies,” says Dave Closey, the owner ofREAD MORE
A two-car collision on Rt. 235 tied up rush hour traffic Friday afternoon.
The accident occurred around 4:30 p.m. in front of Meadowview Growers.
With summer fast approaching and graduation celebrations beginning this weekend, Clark County Combined Health District (CCCHD) Health officials wantREAD MORE
Michael Rose, 29, of New Carlisle, Ohio, was sentenced today in U.S. District Court to 12 months in prison for attempted extortion under the color ofREAD MORE
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