Community Archive

Annual Lytle birthday celebration to be held

The Williamsburg Harmony Hill Association extends an invitation to the public to attend the annual Lytle Birthday Celebration and open house at Harmony Hill, 299 South Third Street on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 7. Harmony Hill was the homestead of Major General William Lytle, the founder of Williamsburg and often referred to as “The Father of [ Read More ]

Carson & Barnes wow crowds at Moler Raceway

The Carson & Barnes Circus began rolling into Moler Raceway Park early in the morning. Throughout the day the animals were brought out and The Big Tent was put up. There were elephants, horses, ponies, goats, zebras, lama’s and much more at The Biggest Show on Earth held at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio. [ Read More ]

Batavia Fellowship of Churches holds vacation Bible school

The Batavia Fellowship of Churches held its annual Vacation Bible School on August 1-2. The two-day “Family Carnival of Faith” was held at Batavia Faith UMC with a fantastic community turn-out. The fellowship had a great team of adult helpers from five local churches, led by Faith UMC’s Sue Lytle, and more than 30 kids [ Read More ]

Few chances left to see ‘Our Town,’ ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ in Batavia

The Batavia Theatre Project offers several ways to see Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” on a budget, such as Pay What You Can nights and half-price Rush Tickets. Thursday performances on Aug. 14 and 21 are Pay What You Can performances. Patrons can see this critically acclaimed play for a donation. The theater is also offering [ Read More ]

Few chances left for Batavia Theatre Project productions

The Batavia Theatre Project offers several ways to see Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” on a budget, such as Pay What You Can nights and half-price Rush Tickets. A Thursday performances on Aug. 21 is a Pay What You Can performance. Patrons can see this critically acclaimed play for a donation. The theater is also offering [ Read More ]

Iraq War Bonus to expire soon

The Iraq War Bonus will be ending at the end of this year, in December. Time is running out for veterans who have not applied, as the end of the year will be here soon. The Ohio Department of Veterans Services and your local Veterans Services Commission of Clermont County wants all veterans to be [ Read More ]

Rep. Wenstrup reports for duty

Congressman Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) took the first two weeks of August to fulfill his military obligations, traveling to Fort McCoy in Wisconsin to complete his annual Army Reserve training. Wenstrup, a Reservist for 16 years, must complete a required amount of training each year. Wenstrup is able to fit his military service into his August [ Read More ]

Register now for technology summit

Prelunch Keynote Speaker for the Business Technology Summit 2014 will be Dave Knox, CMO for Rockfish, one of the fastest growing digital agencies in the country, and a co-founder of the The Brandery – one of the top 10 startup accelerators in the U.S., recognized by Ad Age as “1 of 25 Media People You [ Read More ]

Iraq War veterans need to act on bonus soon

The Iraq War Bonus will be ending at the end of this year, in December. Time is running out for veterans who have not applied, as the end of the year will be here soon. The Ohio Department of Veterans Services and your local Veterans Services Commission of Clermont County wants all veterans to be [ Read More ]

Few chances left to see ‘Our Town,’ ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ in Batavia

The Batavia Theatre Project offers several ways to see Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” on a budget, such as Pay What You Can nights and half-price Rush Tickets. Thursday performances on Aug. 14 and 21 are Pay What You Can performances. Patrons can see this critically acclaimed play for a donation. The theater is also offering [ Read More ]


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