Archive for April, 2012

Legal Notices for April 26, 2012

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 2012 CVE 00349 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION J. ROBERT TRUE, TREASURER Plaintiff vs. DAVID LEE VORNHOLT, ET. AL., Defendant TO THE DEFENDANT, JOHN FESTA, JR., WHOSE ADDRESS IS UNKNOWN. Plaintiff has brought this action naming you as a Defendant by filing a Complaint on February 23, 2012 [ Read More ]

Book signing to be held in Williamsburg and Batavia

The newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s popular Images of America series is Batavia and Williamsburg by local author Linda Smith-Walker. This pictorial history boasts more than 200 vintage images, providing readers with a unique opportunity to reconnect with the history that helped shape their community. Just a few miles from Cincinnati’s eastern suburbs are the [ Read More ]

Fund-raiser to be held to support CNE student

Friends of Kyle Bowman have planned a special event April 30 to show their support for the Clermont Northeastern High School senior and football player, who was recently diagnosed with brain cancer. The event, called Batting for Bowman, will be held during the senior night baseball game at CNE, and Bowman’s friends will be selling [ Read More ]

Mercy Health-Clermont Hospital in Top 100

For the fourth consecutive year, Mercy Health-Clermont Hospital has earned top honors in the nation in the 2012 Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals study. Researchers complete the study each year to measure the overall care hospitals provide in their community based on several factors. “I think it re-confirms the high quality of care we provide [ Read More ]

Ribbon cut at Stillmeadow Country Club

Stillmeadow Country Club has been reborn. The club, formerly Royal Oak Country Club, has been renovated under new ownership and celebrated a grand opening April 19. “It feels great to go to bed every night and look forward to getting back here in the morning,” Jeff Mazzaro, one of the new owners, said about the [ Read More ]

Annual art and music festival will be held in Bethel

The Bethel Art and Music Festival is right around the corner, and with a new location and added entertainment, the third annual festival will provide additional fun for the entire family May 12. “We took everything off the streets and down to the park,” Judi Adams, BAM Fest committee chairman, said about changing the location [ Read More ]

Village of Batavia working on its third annexation

The village of Batavia is pursuing another annexation that could bring several properties along state Route 32 into the village, including county government offices and Batavia High School. “The village of Batavia is working with several property owners on a potential annexation,” Dennis Nichols, village administrator, said. “We don’t have a petition ready to file, [ Read More ]

Student greenhouse sale underway

The greenhouse at the Grant Career Center is a hot spot in Bethel this time of year, as horticulture students have opened the doors to sell the flowers, vegetables, herbs and other plants they raised. The greenhouse opened April 20 and the sale will run until May 18. “The plant materials we produce are annuals [ Read More ]

United Way honors volunteers at annual recognition breakfast

The United Way of Greater Cincinnati-Eastern Area honored several area businesses and organizations at its annual Volunteer Recognition Breakfast April 18. Award winners included Child Focus Inc., Brown County Helping Hands, Total Quality Logistics, and Park National Bank. “I am honored to be able to recognize a few community partners who have made our success [ Read More ]

The Bookworm Sez
TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER
‘Garden Wisdom’ is a book you’ll want to read

There’s a little extra plot of land near your house, and you can really dig it. And you have, in fact. You’ve also tilled it, dragged it, weeded, watered, hoed and spaded it. You’ve measured, hilled, and seeded that plot, too. Playing in the dirt has always been fun and, in that respect, you’ve never [ Read More ]


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