Big Brothers Big Sisters Gains Funding from Middletown Community Foundation
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County received funding from the Middletown Community Foundation for Big Brothers Big Sisters’ COUL Club summer time activities.
Work Begins on the Slate Roof for the Historic Vault
On Tuesday May 19, 2015, Bayless Roofing began the transformation of the Historic Vault by removing the tarp that had adorned the building for the last few years and started laying out the design for the new Slate Roof.
Broad Street Bash 2015
It's that time of year again! The warm weather is (fianlly) coming in, schools are about to let out for the summer and the Broad Street Bash is ready to take off! The annual multi-day, multi-week festival will be returning to Broad Street in Middletown and will run from the end of May until the end of August.
Middletown Major and Minor Crime Maps for 2015
The Middletown Police Department recently released 4 different maps detailing crime in the city for 2015.
Middletown Area Special Olympics Bowling Team Competing in State Qualifier
Come support the Middletown Area Special Olympics Bowling Team this Saturday, April 25th, as they compete in the Area State Qualifying Bowling Meet!
Performing Arts Academy Gains New Permanent Location and New Sign
It's official. The Performing Arts Academy has a new permanent home and a new sign.
Women of First United Methodist Church Annual Salad Luncheon & Flower Sale
First United Methodist Church annual salad luncheon, bake sale and flower sale.
Shabooms Presents A Taste of Pisanello's
Shabooms' "A Taste of Pisanello's" All You Can Eat Buffet. May 16th, 5pm-9pm.
Middletown Community Foundation Seeks Youth, Arts Grant Applications
Middletown Community Foundation Seeks Youth, Arts Grant Applications.
March 28 is the deadline for several youth and arts grant opportunities from the Middletown Community Foundation.
THE PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY ANNOUNCES A NEW CAPITAL CAMPAIGN
Nina Markle, Executive Director for the PAA, together with Dawn Cooke, Assistant Director, have worked with dozens of instructors and hundreds of area children for the past seven years.
Study: $10.10 Minimum Wage Hurts Ohio Women Most
"The 25-percent minimum wage hike that labor activists in Ohio are calling for would bring pain rather than gain for many less-skilled job seekers," said Michael Saltsman, EPI research director.