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Jungle Jim’s International Beer Festival is back, better than ever!

Entering it’s 11th year, Jungle Jim’s 2016 International Beer Festival may as well just be getting started. The Craft Beer Boom, our RateBeer “Top Beer Retailer” standing, and the growing popularity of our Pint Nights, special beer events, and Beer­related newsletters have kept us on our toes, but more importantly, have made us thirsty for [ Read More ]

Event aimed to validate self image

Recently, approximately 100 young women from the Glen Este and Amelia campuses attended the first annual West Clermont Young Women’s Leadership Summit at the UT Civic Center. The purpose of the all-day event was organized to validate students’ self-image and we are over-whelmed by the support we’ve received from local communities and women in leadership [ Read More ]

Clermont Chamber of Commerce gives hospital volunteer award

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality care with compassion in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that the Clermont Chamber of Commerce named Clermont Hospital volunteer Flo Smith the winner of the Jackson Township Award at its Salute to Leaders event. The Chamber recognized Smith, who began volunteering at Clermont Hospital in [ Read More ]

Planning a renovation? Don’t forget about your septic system

Are you planning on upgrading your home or property this summer? Maybe your plans include putting in a new swimming pool, building a detached garage, or adding a new family room or master bedroom suite. If your home has an onsite septic system, the plans must be approved by Clermont County Public Health, before building [ Read More ]

Clermont Transportation Connection adds 12 buses

The Clermont Transportation Connection (CTC) has added 12 buses to its fleet. The new buses seat 16 passengers, and accommodate two wheelchair passengers, said Lisa Gatwood, Director of CTC. Eight buses, which were purchased from 2006-09, will be auctioned off. The new buses cost about $892,000 and were paid for primarily through grants, Gatwood said. [ Read More ]

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park celebrates 2015-2016 highlights

Today the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park announced that it will cap its 2015-16 season with the launch of a vibrant new logo and brand identity. The new look is the most significant change to the Tony Award-winning theatre’s visual identity in 25 years. “While our mission remains the same, now more than ever we [ Read More ]

I-275 closures near Clough Pike

Work on the Clough Pike Bridge over Interstate 275 will require various lane closures on I-275 southbound about a mile south of state Route 32 beginning Wednesday, June 8 between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. These lane restrictions will occur nightly until approximately Thursday morning, June 30. Arrow boards and/or signs will be in place [ Read More ]

National Museum of the U.S. Air Force fourth building now open

Visitors from around the world can once again walk in the footsteps of presidents, astronauts, test pilots and those brought out of captivity as the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force opened its fourth building on June 8. The new $40.8 million, 224,000 square foot fourth building, which was privately financed by the Air [ Read More ]

Nominations open for Orpha Gatch Citizenship Award

Women who volunteer to make their community better are sought as nominees for the 20th annual Orpha Gatch Citizenship Award. Presented by the Clermont County League of Women Voters, the award honors women for outstanding volunteer and civic service. Nominations are due June 30. Visit for a nomination form. Winners will be announced at [ Read More ]

Garden club to meet

The Williamsburg Garden Club will meet on Tuesday evening, June 7th at 6:30 pm at the Presbyterian Church, 2nd and Gay Streets. Hostesses for the evening are Carol Keller and Gwen Smith. Guest speaker will be Susie Steffensen. She will present a program about herbs. Members are reminded to bring their memorabilia to be included [ Read More ]

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