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Garden Club announces Christmas tour

On Saturday, Dec. 5, the Williamsburg Garden Club will sponsor a Christmas Home Tour from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at five locations in and near the Community. The tour will include four decorated homes and the Williamsburg First Presbyterian Church. Featured will be a home built in 2004 having many different collections including numerous [ Read More ]

Show organizers announce event details

The Cincinnati Horticultural Society has released the theme and some special event highlights for next year’s Cincinnati Flower Show, taking place from April 13-17, 2016. The 2016 show themed, “An International Adventure,” will return to Yeatman’s Cove on the banks of the Ohio River in Downtown Cincinnati next April. The show will feature several new [ Read More ]

Online students meet in Milford

Ohio Virtual Academy (OHVA) students from the area attended the school’s Fall Fun and Food Drive event on Nov. 10 in Milford. OHVA is a statewide online public community school. Students worked on an art project about gratitude, and families donated non-perishable food items that will go to the Holy Trinity Parish Ministry food pantry.

New film on suffrage available

In time to join the conversation around the movie Suffragette, and in honor of the 40th Anniversary of the formation of the Office of Women’s Studies at the Ohio State University, the award-winning film, Oh Dear: A History of Woman Suffrage in Ohio is available for digital download. ( In 1975, just after Ohio State [ Read More ]

May your days be merry and bright and may all your energy bills be light

The lights and sights of the holiday season make everything merry and bright. To help customers plan and manage their displays, Duke Energy offers a holiday lighting energy calculator that estimates holiday lighting costs: “An easy way to save money during the holidays is to estimate your energy costs before decorating to incorporate budget-friendly lighting [ Read More ]

49th annual Frontier Christmas Dec. 5-6

Celebrate an Old Fashion Christmas with bagpipes, dulcimers, musicians, carolers, Kris Kringle, a Christmas play and so much more. Washington, KY, an American village that dates back 230 years has become a tradition in many families in the area dating back to their parents and grandparents to get in the holiday spirit by attending Frontier [ Read More ]

TQL holds veterans luncheon

­Total Quality Logistics and its military employees – including veterans, reservists and National Guard members – celebrated Veterans Day with a luncheon on Nov. 11 at company headquarters. Vice President of Sales Gary Carr – himself an Army National Guard veteran – welcomed about 40 employees, as well as Yellow Ribbon Support Foundation founder Keith [ Read More ]

Christmas Home Tour

The Williamsburg Garden Club Christmas Home Tour will take place on Saturday, Dec. 5 from 1-5 p.m. The tour will be self-guided and will feature four fully decorated homes and the Williamsburg Presbyterian Church. There will be craft items for sale, carolers performing, light refreshments and a raffle drawing for some fabulous items. Tickets are [ Read More ]

Annual drive-by will take Thanksgiving food and money donations

On Nov. 19 and 20, community members will be able to give monetary and food donations to needy families in the village just by driving by the Batavia Presbyterian Church on the corner of North and Third Streets. During these two day from 7-9 a.m. and 4-6 p.m., congregation members will gather donations from anyone [ Read More ]

Goshen Twp. resident elected to planning board

Wendy E. Moeller, AICP, principal/owner of Compass Point Planning, has been elected to serve as a Director on the American Planning Association’s (APA) Board of Directors. APA is a 38,000-member organization that provides leadership in the development of vital communities. Moeller will serve as one of the 13-members on the APA Board of Directors, governing [ Read More ]

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