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Cincinnati-Eastside Rotary supports garden

In spring of 2010, faculty and staff who were planning Earth Day at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College located in Batavia, resolved to develop a small community garden to help serve those in need. The inaugural 25’ x 25’ space yielded 381 pounds of produce which was donated to area nonprofits who managed distribution. [ Read More ]

Club to host Thanksgiving Dinner

The Robert Williams Boys & Girls Club in New Richmond will host a Thanksgiving dinner on Friday, Nov. 18 from 6-8 p.m. River Hills Bank is sponsoring the dinner and will provide turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, gravy, and a wide array of desserts. Employees of River Hills Bank will also serve as volunteers to help [ Read More ]

Felicity FFA receives new welder

By: Kolbie Brandenburg, FFA Reporter On September 14, 2016, Lincoln Electric granted the Felicity-Franklin FFA chapter a new welder in recognition of member Sydney Snider’s past year of service as Eastern Region Vice President of the National FFA. The welder, a Power Mig 210 MP, is a high tech, touchscreen, 3-in-1 welder retailed for $1,100. [ Read More ]

Dealer sentenced to 15 years

John Wade, 46, of Cincinnati has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for selling a mixture of heroin and fentanyl that led to the overdose death of a Clermont County man in 2015. Benjamin C. Glassman, Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio, Timothy J. Plancon, Special Agent in Charge, Drug [ Read More ]

Franklin Township Historical Society

Franklin Township Historical Society met on Oct. 15 at the Franklin Township Building at 9 a.m. We discussed the current raffle of the quilt being held to raise money for the 200th birthday of the township. If you are interested in helping with the 200th birthday celebration, please join us at our next meeting which [ Read More ]

Community Service programs provide an alternative for youth offenders

Several days a week, Nikki Nicodemus climbs into her Juvenile Probation van and makes sure that the youth offenders who have been assigned to Community Service get to their workplace and do their job. She’s been doing this for 11 years. She loves it. Summers and spring break are particularly busy, when most of the [ Read More ]

ECOT Junior High Honor Roll announced

The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT) -Ohio’s largest charter school- announced today that 341 students were named to the school’s latest “Honor Roll” for Junior High School. Students ending each quarter with a 3.0 GPA or above will be named “Honor Roll”. Among the 341 students named to the “Honor Roll” 6 are from the [ Read More ]

TQL sets record with Loads for a Cure

Total Quality Logistics’ sixth annual Loads for a Cure campaign set a record in 2016. The freight brokerage firm moved a company-record 29,187 loads between Oct. 17 and 23. TQL Vice President Gary Carr presented the American Cancer Society with a check for $29,187 during a ceremony today at TQL. (See video here.) “I am [ Read More ]

Ohio’s Winter Crisis Program begins Nov. 1

Clermont County Community Services and Ohio Development Services Agency will help eligible Ohioans stay warm during the cold winter months. The Home Energy Assistance Winter Crisis Program provides eligible Ohioans heating assistance if they are disconnected from their heating source, threatened with disconnection or if they have less than 25 percent supply of bulk fuel. [ Read More ]

Gaslight Theater Players auditions Nov. 13-14

Gaslight Theater Players announce their audition dates for their winter production — “FOOLS” — Sunday, November 13 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM and Monday, November 14th from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM at the Gaslight Theater in Georgetown. “FOOLS” is a comic fable by Neil Simon, set in the small village of Kulyenchikov, Ukraine [ Read More ]

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