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Wenstrup introduces VA recruitment bill

Congressman Brad Wenstrup (OH-2), a member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee and Chairman of the Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity, has introduced legislation (H.R. 5526) to enhance employee recruitment and retainment strategies at Veterans’ Affairs (VA) medical centers. Due to increasing demand, an aging workforce, and private sector competition, among other factors, the VA is [ Read More ]

Garden Club to meet July 5

The Williamsburg Garden Club will meet on Tuesday evening, July 5 at 6:30 p.m.,  at the Harmony Hill Carriage House, 299 South Third St. Hostesses for the evening are Kathy Pollitt and Pam Dowler. The program will be “Creating a Succulent Wreath” presented by Toni Teague and Cheri Stair.  Members are to respond to roll [ Read More ]

Mercy Health seeking to fill 35 positions

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, compassionate, quality care in your neighborhood through its care network, is seeking 35 Medical Assistants to fill new and open positions at a wide variety of Mercy Health Physician practices located throughout Cincinnati. Mercy Health will hold a Medical Assistant job fair from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, June [ Read More ]

Becker endorsed by small business for Ohio House Seat

The National Federation of Independent Business/Ohio, the state’s leading small business association representing 25,000 entrepreneurs, is proud to announce its endorsement of Rep. John Becker, who is seeking re-election to Ohio’s 65th House District seat. The district is home to 149 dues paying members of NFIB/Ohio. This endorsement today comes from the NFIB/Ohio SAFE Trust, [ Read More ]

Williamsburg has council vacancy

The village of Williamsburg is accepting applications to fill one Village Council position. The term of office will begin immediately upon appointment. The position is for the remaining 3 ½ year term. Applicants must be qualified residents of the Village. Please send a letter of interest and resume to Village Administrator at 107 W. Main [ Read More ]

Poll workers needed for Nov. 8 election

If you are a registered voter in Clermont County, the Clermont County Board of Elections would welcome your help as a precinct election official (better known as a poll worker). You’ll be paid $130 for working the polls on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8. Call the Board of Elections to get signed up at 513-732-7275 [ Read More ]

Veritas Athlete Development to hold ribbon cutting

Veritas is a company dedicated to helping high-school student-athletes with creating college opportunities for themselves.  Veritas supplements college recruiting services with strength and conditioning and tutoring services, in order to maximize the potential of the athlete athletically and academically.  This improves their candidacy to college coaches and admissions, ultimately giving them more options to choose [ Read More ]

Boys and Girls Clubs raise more than $70,000 at Great Futures Celebration

Over 200 people attended the “Great Futures Celebration” to benefit the three Boys & Girls Clubs located in Clermont County. This annual event raised over $70,000 to support the programs and services at the Boys & Girls Clubs in New Richmond, Amelia Middle School and Glen Este Middle School. The evening included a lively balloon [ Read More ]

Honey Hill Farm Petting Zoo to visit libraries

Honey Hill Farm is bringing a menagerie to the Clermont County branch libraries this spring and sum- mer. See cute farm animals that love to be fed and petted as well as more exotic creatures. Mark your calendar. The Honey Hill Farm Petting Zoo is scheduled for: June 29, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Amelia [ Read More ]

Peoples Bancorp Foundation awards $1,000 scholarship

Peoples Bancorp Foundation, a nonprofit corporation formed to make donations in Peoples Bank market areas, awarded recent Batavia High School graduate Alexandra Navarro-Guzman with a $1,000 Robert E. Evans Scholarship. The bank awarded 31 high school graduates scholarships totaling $33,000. Recipients were selected from the bank’s market areas throughout Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia. Peoples [ Read More ]

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