A single vehicle accident on Rochester Road yesterday left four individuals shaken up but not injured. According to law enforcement officers the group was headed swimming at Lake Malone and failed to negotiate the curve, over-corrected and flipped the vehicle. All individuals where out of the v
The Butler County Fiscal Court held its monthly meeting for June on Monday night. The meeting was designated as a ‘special called’ meeting so it could be held at the Little Muddy Rural Development Center.
Before school was out for the summer, Regent and Flag Chairman Melanie Hunt, Casey Porter, DAR member and Christine Coleman, Registrar presented a program to 115 members of the 2nd Grade at Morgantown Elementary School. Mrs.
A Leonard Oak man is behind bars today following a domestic dispute and brief standoff with police on Sunday evening. Bryan S. Proctor, 30, was arrested, taken to the hospital for treatment, and returned to the Butler County Jail.
Local firemen from multiple departments responded to and early morning fire in the Sugar Grove area of Butler County. The house, located at 4359 Sugar Grove Road, was destroyed in the blaze. Nobody was in the home at the time of the fire and no fire-related injuries were reported.
Butler County Middle School Principal Jeff Jennings has been named the new principal at North Butler Elementary School. Jennings will replace long-time principal Elaine Daugherty, who announced her retirement at the end of the 2011-12 school year.
A Morgantown woman is recuperating today after being bit by dog - a red Pit Bull - yesterday in the parking lot of a local business.
One man is behind bars after allegedly stealing and selling the car of a Morgantown Care and Rehab resident. David Allen Bowlds has been lodged in the Butler County Jail and is facing felony theft by unlawful taking charges.
Members of the Butler County-Morgantown Chamber of Commerce gathered at Charley Biggs' this afternoon for their ribbon-cutting ceremony. Charley Biggs' has been serving up chicken, desserts and smoked foods since opening up in late May. The restaurant is owned by James and Jean Beattie.
Representative C.B. Embry, Jr. joined with local leaders and others, including Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center CEO Steve Meredith, and Dr. Thelma White, President of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, in breaking ground on the new Walter T.