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Energy broker names new CEO

One of Ohio’s largest energy brokerage firms, Energy Alliances Inc., has named a new CEO and owner, landed several major deals and made big changes as it celebrates 30 years in business. The moves are designed to position the multi-million dollar energy supply and consulting company that started in 1985, for future growth. This strategy [ Read More ]

Hirsch promoted to sargeant

Rob Hirsch was promoted to a sargeant for the Miami Township Police Department during the Miami Township Trustee meeting on April 19, 2016.

National Safe Boating Week honored by local US Coast Guard Auxiliary

Boating safety advocates across the U.S. and Canada have teamed up to promote safe and responsible boating, including consistent life jacket wear every time boaters are on the water, during National Safe Boating Week, held from May 21-27, 2016. Your local U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Division 5, would like to remind everyone to wear your [ Read More ]

Rookwood discussion at Milford Historical Society’s Collectors Club

The Greater Milford Area Historical Society (GMAHS) is pleased to announce an exceptional presentation for its May Collectors Club meeting. George Hibben, senior sales associate of the Rookwood Pottery Company will lead a discussion on Rookwood pottery. The session, free and open to the public, will start at 7 p.m. on May 25 at Promont, [ Read More ]

Batavia residents arrested

On May 12 at approximately 3:35 p.m. Union Township Police Officers became involved in a vehicular pursuit, crossing multiple jurisdictions, initiated by Cincinnati Police Officers in Hamilton County. The vehicle was stopped in the area of Broadwell Rd. in Hamilton County and the driver, Jeffrey Scott Abrams of Batavia, was subsequently arrested. Mr. Abrams was [ Read More ]

Get rid of prescriptions drugs at drop boxes throughout the county

Clermont County has a number of permanent prescription drug drop box locations throughout the county. “It’s important to dispose of medications in the home that have expired, or are no longer used,” said Karen Scherra, Executive Director of the Clermont County Mental Health & Recovery Board. “It’s especially important to get rid of opioid pain [ Read More ]

Mercy Health – Anderson HealthPlex offers free East Side Fun Run starting May 19

Looking to have fun, meet new people, get in some exercise and enjoy tasty local brews this summer? You can do all four at the East Side Fun Run, a new, free program available at the Mercy Health – Anderson HealthPlex. Anderson HealthPlex and Tri-State Running Company have teamed up to offer a series of [ Read More ]

Fundraiser to be held for Bruce Griffin Memorial Scholarship

On May 21, 1966, 18-year-old Bruce was the first person from Clermont County to be killed in the Vietnam War. To learn more about Bruce’s story and the other Clermont County residents that gave all during the Vietnam War, please read Gary Knepp’s book, Beyond the Names. Please join us at Goshen Middle School on [ Read More ]

Students help at Batavia Swim Club

On Friday, April 29, members of Batavia High School’s National Honor Society and Student Council participated in the school’s first community service event at the Batavia Swim Club. Students spent the day raking leaves, planting flowers, painting murals, washing chairs, and cleaning the kitchen at the swim club in order to help prepare for the [ Read More ]

Freddy’s holds fire education day

Amelia fire department representatives were onsite at Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers on May 7, to provide fire education and training to local residents. A fire truck and an ambulance was stationed in the parking lot. Attendees received a tour of the vehicles and learned several aspects of fire and rescue safety. Attendees also received [ Read More ]

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