Wednesday May 15
The Columbus Dispatch
IRS officials might go to jail, Boehner says
House Speaker John Boehner, R-West Chester, warned that officials at the Internal Revenue Service face the possibility of "going to jail'' because of the agency's targeting of independent conservative organizations such as the Ohio Liberty Council.
Tue May 07, 2013
'Go Dog. Go!' coming Miami VOALC Saturday
Miami University's Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester will host a free performance of Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's production of P.D. Eastman's children's book "Go, Dog.
Mon May 06, 2013
New Starbucks, yogurt shop to add jobs
A new Starbucks coffee shop and the Dayton area's second Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt shop will open side-by-side this summer at 6252 Wilmington Pike, adding 30 to 35 jobs to the region.
Membership plan provides self-defense legal aid
With gun sales soaring, a West Chester Township trustee is banking that there will be a market for those who may need legal protection for armed self defense.
Fri May 03, 2013
Duck crossing turns deadly in West Chester
Enquirer reporters Rachel Richardson and Sheila McLaughlin became surrogate moms for 10 ducklings Friday afternoon after a gold SUV plowed down the mother duck and an 11th duckling crossing Cox Road.
Things to do in and around West Chester this weekend
Lakota East High School's Cool Jazz 'n' Hotcakes breakfast will take place this Saturday.
Dayton-based Mexican restaurant expanding into West Chester
El Toro Bar and Grille will open its 10th location in West Chester. Sergio Munoz , one of the co-owners of El Toro, said the restaurant, located at 7770 Dudley Drive, is scheduled to open in June.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
First Cincy Nation Mud Run to take place June 22
West Chester will host the first Cincy Nation Mud Run, an event where participants can race through obstacles on a 2.11-mile course of sludge.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
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U.S. Patents Awarded to Inventors in Ohio
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Last week in West Chester: Liberty Center's new look
To let West Chester and Liberty Township residents catch up with the news that they need to know, WestChesterBuzz.com will list and link to all of last week's top local stories every Monday.
National Weather Service: Pleasant week ahead
According to the seven-day forecast from the National Weather Service, it appears as though it will be a pleasant week in West Chester.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Back home again: help 'reshore' work to US
Retailing for $150, it's an attractive metal box that plugs in to keep bread, crackers and cookies fresher longer.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
SpeedFC warehouse to be built by Paul Hemmer Co.
SpeedFC President Jeff Zisk said the expansion in Central Ohio will improve the value of the company's e-commerce fulfillment services.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Butler drug raid nets 18 arrests
Eighteen people from Butler and Preble counties were rounded up Wednesday following secret indictments in a months-long investigation that targeted marijuana, prescription drug and heroin users.
Miami University RedHawks
The Official Athletic Website of Miami University
Miami had three players/coaches recognized Tuesday night, April 23, at the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Women's Sports Association annual awards banquet, held in West Chester, Ohio at the Savannah Center.
West Chester ball park to sell naming rights
The West Chester Baseball Complex needs to raise $110,000 each year to operate. To help raise this amount, township trustees unanimously voted in favor of allowing its management group to search for sponsorship opportunities.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Police search for suspect in rash of car break-ins and thefts
Detectives in several Tri-state jurisdictions are searching for a man they say is responsible for a spree of car break-ins. The thefts span over the last three months and stretch into communities miles apart, but officers said the person responsible for them often wears the same clothing.
Photos: Mock teen crash at Lakota West High School
Leading up to prom last Saturday, Lakota West High School did various activities to promote safety.
Kroger Marketplace discussion to be revisited
Last month, a Blue Ash developer scrapped plans to bring a Kroger Marketplace to West Chester after local residents convinced the township's zoning commission that it wasn't good idea.