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101 most comfortable cities for travelers

Published: August 12th, 2015 - by: bctcb-editor

101 most comfortable cities for travelers:

Vacations are all about the excitement of dabbling in a new city—stumbling across hole-in-the-wall restaurants, getting lost at museum exhibits, and flirting with the nightlife. After a day’s worth of adventures in a new city, there’s nothing quite as good as the promise of a cloud-like hotel mattress and feathery pillows.


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Small Town Spotlight - Zelienople

Published: July 24th, 2015 - by: bctcb-editor

By:  Michele Sneddon

When you visit Butler County, one of the things you’ll notice is how special the small towns that make up the area really are.  Take a town like Zelienople: beyond that extremely unique, hard to pronounce name is a quaint, picturesque community with 175 years of history!


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Glass Blowing Magic

Published: July 8th, 2015 - by: bctcb-editor

Down a few backroads and up into the serene and quiet hills you can find a real treat! Some of the best works of art come out nature’s quiet places. This is exactly what you’ll find here at the Glass Blowing Center. Tom, the owner and glass master here, has created so many beautiful items you need to see for yourself.


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Traveling through a Diverse County

Published: July 1st, 2015 - by: bctcb-editor

By:  Katelyn Zavora

A journey around Butler County is about uncovering gems you didn’t know where there. Jack Cohen, the President of Butler County Tourism and Convention Bureau, recognizes each and every one of our local businesses as being very valuable to our community. Jack knows that a business is much more than what is mentioned  in advertisements or in the paper, a business is something to be experienced and enjoyed and the only way to do that is to go out and see them. 


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