March 15, 2017 by Sarah
Warren County has announced the 2017 Annual Tree Seedling Sale, offering 25 different shrubs and trees for sale to interested residents, which can be picked up in April at the Warren County Fairgrounds on Broadway in [Read more]
February 26, 2017 by Lisa
The Board of Trustees of Turtlecreek Township recently announced plans to use the property taxes from commercial and residential development in Union Village, a 1,400-acre development, to pay for necessary infrastructure in the [Read more]
January 15, 2017 by Lisa
An article on Lebanon, Ohio’s website reminds residents of the city’s policy for plowing snow. The operation starts when snow is over an inch deep, and there is no melting in the forecast.
Officials remind residents [Read more]
December 18, 2016 by Mark
The portion of Interstate 65 that runs through Lebanon now carries the name ‘Rick Mount Highway’ in honor of the Lebanon-born basketball player.
Mount joined Matt Gentry (Lebanon’s Mayor), officials from the [Read more]
October 25, 2016 by Max
Liberty Center, a mixed-use facility in Liberty Township, celebrated its first anniversary on last Saturday, October 22.
Since it opened, dozens of restaurants and [Read more]
September 25, 2016 by Mark
Residents of Lebanon and other communities in southwest Warren County will have to continue dealing with road construction and subsequent closures as work continues.
Some of the projects will [Read more]
August 18, 2016 by Mark
July 27, 2016 by Sarah
A fire in an apartment building on July 8 was brought under control without any injuries, thanks to the ladder unit of the [Read more]
June 27, 2016 by Max
Early in June 2016, the school board selected a new superintendent who will take over as head of Lebanon City Schools.
According to a news item in Today’s Pulse, the new superintendent is Todd Yohey, whose selection was announced on [Read more]
May 24, 2016 by Max
lebanon is looking for a new superintendent for its city schools, and the community has added considerable input to the [Read more]