age 72 of New Carlisle, Ohio died Friday, January 23, 2015 at her residence after a courageous battle with dementia surrounded by her loving husband,

DEFYDid you by chance pick up any Lee’s Chicken this week—or stop by Tom’s Deli for a beer this weekend?   Or did you go to Studabaker’s for a

Taynors Greenhhouse newThe Taynor Greenhouse was first opened in 1908 by Charlie and Russell Taynor.  It was located on the west side of Lake Road about 100 feet south

1949 ncbasketball1949 copy copyThe above photo is of the 1949 New Carlisle High School basketball team. Team members (Top row): Herb Blair, Gene Fisher, Dan Cook, Harold Loper, Dale

Bethel Township Fire Department Chaplain/Lieutenant Jerry Meddock said he began speaking with Allsup’s mother after the accident, during which time,

DSC 0004Because of Tuesday night’s decision to cut New Carlisle’s police force by half, Deputy Tim Leedy will no longer act as a city deputy.   Leedy,

FirePasserby Alerts Neighbors to Evacuate One man was killed last week in a house fire in the early morning hours of January 22 on Kendig Road. Bethel

CommunityGroupThe Bethel Township Community Group hosted its first community dinner in the newly-restored basement of Good Shepherd United Methodist Church last

Untitled 4Teenagers can be hard to live with, and in today’s world, parents have to worry about more than just teenage angst. They need to worry about

Donn Covered bridge bThis covered bridge crossed Donnels Creek on the west side of Donnelsville.  It was one of three covered bridges in Bethel Township built in the

Fire Department 1930sThe above photo is of the New Carlisle Volunteer Fire Department from the 1930’s. The picture was taken in front of the old fire house that stood at

54, of New Carlisle, Ohio passed away January 23rd at Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton. Darlene is survived by her beloved husband Richard Carpenter


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