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TQL supports heart health

Total Quality Logistics has a number of initiatives underway to help raise awareness and funds for heart health during the American Heart Association’s American Heart Month. The American Heart Association is the largest voluntary health organization working to prevent, treat and defeat heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular illnesses. TQL – headquartered at 4289 Ivy [ Read More ]

Duke Energy conducting residential gas line inspections

Duke Energy, through its contractor, The Southern Cross Co., will conduct mandatory interior gas meter and line inspections in area homes and small businesses. The inspections maintain compliance with federal and state pipeline regulations and help ensure Duke Energy is able to deliver natural gas to its customers in a safe and reliable manner. Inspections [ Read More ]

Protecting Southwest Ohio’s beautiful prairies

Ohio State Nature Preserves are beautiful natural areas where many of the state’s endangered species are thriving and rare geologic features are protected, thanks to the generosity of Ohioans who have donated a portion of their state tax refunds to the State Nature Preserves Fund. Donations to this fund protect the best of Ohio’s natural [ Read More ]

Ohio Reports First Zika Virus Case in Returning Traveler

The Ohio Department of Health is reporting Ohio’s first case of Zika virus in a returning traveler from Haiti, a 30-year-old Cuyahoga County woman, city of Cleveland. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was reporting 35 cases of Zika virus in 12 states and the District of Columbia prior to Ohio’s case. Zika [ Read More ]

Tracy Hagedorn joins Sibcy Cline Realtors

Kellie Barter, Vice President/Sales Manager of the Eastgate office of Sibcy Cline Realtors®, is pleased to announce that Tracy Hagedorn has joined Sibcy Cline as a Realtor®. Hagedorn has a Bachelor of Arts degree in organizational leadership from Baldwin Wallace University.Prior to beginning her real estate career, she had 15 years of experience as a [ Read More ]

Airport viewing area upgrade

Collin Gallagher, affiliated with St. Veronica Troop 135, completed his Eagle Scout Service Project at the Clermont County Airport. The project consisted of improving the airport viewing area by adding park benches, erecting a jungle gym, and providing landscaping to the area. Collin’s goal in his Eagle Scout Service Project was to create a social [ Read More ]

Great Oaks offers information sessions for adult career training

Now is the time to plan a new career in construction, heavy equipment operations, medical office management, welding, dental assisting, and other fields. Programs for industry certification in more than a dozen occupations begin at Great Oaks Career Campuses in August, and can be completed by June. “We encourage people to begin the process now,” [ Read More ]

Oasis Rail Transit open houses scheduled

Offering a new transportation alternative to the Greater Cincinnati region that will help reduce dependence on car-based travel, Oasis Rail Transit is a commuter rail line that would transport residents, workers and visitors between downtown Cincinnati and the communities extending east through Hamilton County and into western Clermont County. Oasis is a core component of [ Read More ]

Patti Trapp joins RiverHills Bank

RiverHills Bank is happy to announce the addition of Patti Trapp to the bank’s residential mortgage lending team. With 30 plus years of real estate, legal and lending experience in southwestern Ohio, Patti is excited to focus on helping homebuyers in Adams, Brown, Clinton and Highland counties. Based in Milford, with five locations throughout Clermont [ Read More ]

Commemorative stamp for disabled veterans

“It’s about time, after all its’ been nearly fifty years,” said Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter #63 (Clermont County) Adjutant Raymond Hutchinson. The DAV Chapter Adjutant was referring to the last time the United States Postal Service (USPS) issued a commemorative postage stamp honoring the DAV. In 1970, USPS issued a commemorative stamp recognizing the [ Read More ]

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