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Second opioid epidemic meeting at Mars High School
ADAMS TWP — The second Butler County Health and Safety forum on the opioid epidemic Thursday night at Mars High School featured presentations by two doctors, a U.S. Attorney and the second in command of the county sheriff’s office, but it was the words of two former addicts that proved hope lives among the ashes of addiction.
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Ceremony, memories mark Pearl Harbor anniversary
Daniel Zarnick of Butler Township was 18 years old and working his first job out of high school when he heard over the radio that Japanese air and naval forces had attacked the naval base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
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No tax hike in county's new budget
The proposed 2017 Butler County budget does not call for a property tax hike. The $160.5 million budget keeps the rate at 27.6 mills.
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Suspect held in prison as police unravel case
CHERRY TWP — A quarter-million dollar bail is keeping a township man in the Butler County Prison on charges of harboring a 16-year-old runaway boy.
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Fitness training offered to police
CRANBERRY TWP — Township police officers Tuesday welcomed a new fitness training program created by a former Pittsburgh Steeler.
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Commissioners OK prison pipes, park improvements
The Butler County commissioners Wednesday approved buying an additional 120 feet of pipe for $18,354 to complete a county prison project.
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