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Mercy – Clermont seeks volunteers

If you want to make a difference in the lives of others, meet new friends, contribute to your community, learn more about yourself and share in Mercy Health – Cincinnati’s mission, Mercy Health – Clermont Hospital welcomes your interest, skills and talent. Clermont Hospital is currently seeking volunteers in the following areas: Circle of Caring [ Read More ]

Play unwraps a hilarious antidote to holiday stress

­­With the holidays just around the corner, the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park has the perfect antidote to seasonal stress: The Second City’s Holidazed & Confused Revue, which offers riotous send-ups of holiday traditions from Nov. 5 through Dec. 31. Chicago’s most famous entertainment export returns after a four-year absence, having twice brought its world-famous [ Read More ]

Clearpath Financial opens in Eastgate

Thomas Candelaresi is pleased to announce the opening of Clearpath Financial in Eastgate. Clearpath Financial is a financial services company concentrating on providing clients with comprehensive retirement planning strategies. Clearpath Financial is located in the Eastgate Professional Building at 4452 Eastgate Blvd, Suite 201A, on the corner of Eastgate Boulevard and Eastgate South Dr., Union [ Read More ]

Couple celebrates 60th anniversary

Edward and Mary Grainger of Batavia Township celebrated 60 years of marriage Sept. 22, 2016. They have five children, seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Special Needs Scholarship application window open

Ohio students with special needs can now apply for a Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship. The deadline to apply is November 15, 2016. The Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship Program is available for Ohio students who have special needs. Recipients can use their scholarship toward services and education costs at the participating school and/or provider(s) [ Read More ]

Wilmington announces graduates

Wilmington College announces the names of graduates earning Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees following the 2016 summer semester. Wilmington College is an independent college in Wilmington, Ohio, with a hallmark for hands-on learning opportunities. Founded in 1870 by Quakers, WC hosts 1,100 students at its main campus and another 200 [ Read More ]

Chamber presents “Light Up Goshen” parade

Goshen Ohio Chamber of Commerce presents the 13th Annual “Light Up Goshen” Parade on Saturday, Nov. 19. Line up is 3:30 p.m. and parade begins at 4:30 p.m. The parade will include youth, business and church floats, antique tractors, local high school bands, several local fire departments, local dignitaries, and a special appearance from the [ Read More ]

Library honors Marion Croswell

The Clermont County Public Library Board of Trustees honored former member Marion G. Croswell following their regular meeting Sept. 12. Mrs. Croswell retired from the board earlier this year and a photo and plaque were hung in the Williamsburg Library that bears her name. The plaque expresses thanks from the board and staff for her [ Read More ]

Teachers attend workshop

Clermont County teachers Kristine Brookover (left) and Samantha Williams (right), both of Bethel-Tate H.S., participated in the Aug. 10 “New Ideas in Chemical Education” workshop at Southern State Community College coordinated by Dr. Donald Storer, SSCC faculty. Participating high school teachers received laboratory materials and learned about “Soy-Based Phosphorus Removal Media” which was presented by [ Read More ]

Goats in the city

By: Morgan Kichler The annual Clermont County Fair has just ended. Ruff n’ Stuff is the local 4-H club in the city of Milford. Because of the suburban zoning laws, most of the club’s members are unable to keep larger farm animals, but club member Grace Porter had an exciting opportunity this year at the [ Read More ]

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