Archive for March, 2017

Williamsburg dominates Reading to start season

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor The Williamsburg Lady Wildcats began their quest to return to the state tournament by dominating their first three opponents to start the regular season. First, Williamsburg welcomed Reading High School to campus for a doubleheader on Saturday, March 25. Carly Wagers started the first game in the circle for the [ Read More ]

Locals earn winter all-city awards

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor This is the time of the year where the melting of the snow and warming of the temperatures would signal the end of the winter sports season, but for the most part the area didn’t receive all that much snowfall this year. Nonetheless, the winter sports season has come to [ Read More ]

Public Notices for March 30, 2017

Holiday Inn welcomes its newest GM: His leadership drives results

Hospitality and good customer service is the key component for visitors to have an excellent experience while staying in Clermont County. And hotels act as the first “welcoming party.” At the Holiday Inn & Suites Cincinnati- Eastgate, you will experience all that and more thanks to their friendly staff and newest General Manager, Nick Baker. [ Read More ]

Local school leaders react to the new Ohio gun law

By Megan Alley Sun staff A new Ohio gun law that took effect on March 21 allows anyone with a concealed carry license to carry a gun in more places, including school zones and daycare centers. “School safety is always our number one priority, and we always take every step to keep our students safe [ Read More ]

225th Battle of Grassy Run begins on April 28

The Grassy Run Historical Arts Committee announces dates for annual Heritage Rendezvous to commemorate the 225th anniversary of the “Battle of Grassy Run” April 28, 29 and 30, 2017, will be the annual rendezvous at the Williamsburg Community Park, 150 East Main Street, Williamsburg, OH 45176.  This year will mark the 225th anniversary of the [ Read More ]

RiverStage Theatre repurposes historic building as theatre space

RiverStage Community Theatre will make use of their newly designed, 80-seat performance venue at 310 Washington Hall in New Richmond for their April show, the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, “Talley’s Folly”. 310 Washington Hall, named after the building number and the street it sits upon in the village of New Richmond, was built around 1887 by [ Read More ]

Judy A. Schneider, 61

Judy A. Schneider nee Monroe of Williamsburg, OH age 61, born May 8, 1955, wife of Wayne C. Schneider who she was married to for 44 years. Mother of Wayne C. Schneider II of Williamsburg, OH; Joe Schneider and wife Kathy of Batavia, OH; Anna Evans and husband Paul of Bethel, OH; Doug Fogle and [ Read More ]

Batavia Rotary hosts annual speech contest

The Rotary Club of Batavia hosted its annual Four-Way Test Speech Contest March 14. Students from Clermont Northeastern and Batavia high schools participated in this event that gives young adults an opportunity to develop public speaking skills while researching a subject that is of personal interest to them. All speeches are written around Rotary’s Four-Way [ Read More ]

Voter registration deadline for Ohio’s May elections is April 3

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted today reminded voters that the deadline to register to vote in the May 2nd Primary and Special Election is one week away, on April 3rd. Important dates to remember for this election are outlined below. Voters in 74 counties may have a local race or issue on the ballot [ Read More ]


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