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Make a difference in Milford

Families, church groups, organizations, businesses and youth groups are all encouraged to roll up their sleeves for three hours to help beautify and clean up Milford. The City of Milford will be hosting the Fall Litter Clean Up, in collaboration with “Make a Difference Day”, from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct, 25 rain [ Read More ]

Health Improvement Plan targets areas for improvement

A product of more than two years of collaboration, public forums and online surveys, Clermont County’s 2014-2019 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) identified four key health issues that need to be improved in the county: • Obesity • Tobacco use • Drug addiction • Mental health Clermont County Public Health and its many partners, including [ Read More ]

Cooking class at Living Spaces to be taught by local chef

Amy Tobin, Creative and Culinary Director of the Event Center at the New Riff Distillery in Northern Kentucky will be the guest chef at an upcoming cooking class at Living Spaces Custom Designs. The class will be held from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6 at the Living Spaces Design studio at 350 East [ Read More ]

New Richmond to host Veterans Day Parade

New Richmond will host the 2014 Clermont County Veterans Day Parade at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11, a day after the opening of the village’s Veterans Museum. The parade will form on Front Street at the Sycamore Street intersection and will proceed up Front Street to Western Avenue and will conclude at Washington Street. Color [ Read More ]

Pierce Township promotes police officer, hires another

The Pierce Township Police Department has promoted one officer and hired another. Julie Poe was promoted from Officer to Sergeant at the Township Trustee meeting on Oct. 1. She joined the Pierce Township Police Department in January 2004 and has worked in the Patrol Division including case investigations and as a field training officer. She [ Read More ]

Clermont Chamber of Commerce endorses levy

The Clermont Chamber of Commerce has announced its positions on one local tax levy that will appear on the Nov. 4 ballot. The position was determined after review of questionnaire responses, interviewing levy sponsors, and through discussion in the Government Affairs Council, with final action by the Chamber Board of Directors. “For over 40 years [ Read More ]

CASA event to be held at Baxla Tractor

A fundraising event for CASA for Clermont Kidswill be held at Baxla Tractor in Batavia, from 6 – 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23. The Clermont County Farm Bureau has teamed up with Baxla Tractor Sales to raise awareness about CASA for Clermont kids, by hosting a fun evening for Ladies to learn about the operation [ Read More ]

Community shred day to be held in Milford

Before you toss old bank records and tax statements, take a moment and put the sensitive documents in a bag or box and circle Oct. 25 on your calendar. The City of Milford and Cintas Document Management will be sponsoring a free Community Shred Day from 9 a.m. to noon Oct. 25, in the Municipal [ Read More ]

Property owners get some spirited help at the Recorder’s Office

The airy and bright Recorder’s Office in Clermont County doesn’t appear to lend itself to spooky tales, but at least a few times each year, Clermont residents walk in with one thing on their mind. A haunted house. They’ve seen, or heard, or felt something strange in their house. Now they need a ghostbuster. Well, [ Read More ]

Iraq War veterans can claim Ohio Veterans Bonus

Veterans who served in Iraq have taken advantage of the Ohio Veterans Bonus in increasing numbers this year, but time is rapidly running out to claim this benefit – the deadline for those who served in Iraq is Dec. 31. The Bonus team is approving an average of more than 160 applications each week. The [ Read More ]


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