You can't take too many steps in any direction these days without seeing the CROP Hunger Walk posters and signs: a foot print with the legend "Ending Hunger One Step at a Time." It is just about time for the annual 5K walk held every year here in New Carlisle, and heading out as usual from the starting point of New Carlisle Church of the Brethren on Main Street.


Officials from the City of New Carlisle attended Clark County's Public Budget Commission meeting held Wednesday, August 27 prepared to voice their concerns on the county's formula for Local Government Fund distribution, only to be told that they would be receiving even less than originally estimated just a few weeks ago. New Carlisle City Manager Kim Jones, along with New Carlisle Finance Director Colleen Harris attended the Budget Commission last Wednesday held at the County Auditor's office in downtown Springfield.


In 2010, Dayton area resident Karen Clary became one of America's 2.9 million breast cancer survivors. This year, she hopes to be one of the thousands across the country to participate in the 2014 Susan G. Komen 3-DayA walk.


A Tecumseh Local School District third-grader and her mother are calling for changes after she got on the wrong bus and her mom couldn't find her for about an hour Tuesday afternoon.


City Manager Kim Jones told the council that if the resolution is not passed, New Carlisle would not get the share allotted to them and it would be divided among other political subdivisions in the county.


City Manager Kim Jones told the council that if the resolution is not passed, New Carlisle would not get the share allotted to them and it would be divided among other political subdivisions in the county.


Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has announced a lawsuit against Abraham Jaros, of New Carlisle, for failing to deliver garbage collection services after accepting upfront payments from consumers.


The AG's Office says he contacted customers using flyers offering his services at $12.00 a month.