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Veterans can get Ohio ID card Nov. 12 at UC Clermont Veterans Breakfast

Clermont County veterans can obtain an Ohio Veterans ID Card at a Veterans Breakfast being held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12, at UC Clermont College. The breakfast will be held in the student lounge (Jones 99). Thanks to recently passed legislation, Ohio Veterans ID Cards can be issued to veterans who have [ Read More ]

Clermont County fair gets a new face lift

After years of planning, fundraising opportunities, donations, and community support, the Clermont County Fair Board is very proud to announce that the fairgrounds is under construction for the building of a brand new 21,000 ft. show arena with enclosed pens for hog, sheep, and goats. The first step is the removal of all the existing [ Read More ]

Old 74 widening will improve safety and access

Clermont County Engineer Pat Manger said that this work is needed to improve safety and access in and around the project area. “Old SR 74 is being widened to include a center turn lane,” said Manger. “Center turn lanes are used to improve safety and the flow of traffic on local roadways,” Manger continued. “They [ Read More ]

Pinebrook honored at Chamber breakfast

Pinebrook Retirement Community has been named the 2016 Business Advisory Council “Employer of the Year” in celebration of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. This award was presented at the Clermont Chamber of Commerce Business@Breakfast on Friday, October 21. The Business Advisory Council (BAC) and Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCDD) have been proud to [ Read More ]

Goshen Chamber of Commerce to hold Light Up Goshen parade

Come join in the fun of this great Goshen Township event sponsored by the Goshen Chamber of Commerce. This year’s parade boasts to be bigger and better than the past. The evening includes…the parade, which includes the Goshen and CNE Bands, many locally made floats, many local fire dept. truck participants, antique farm tractors and [ Read More ]

City Barbeque honors military with free meal on Veterans Day

On Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11, City Barbeque will provide a free sandwich platter to all military veterans and troops. “Honoring the service of our veterans and active military is something that is very important to us,” said Rick Malir, CEO and founder of City Barbeque. “At City Barbeque, we can show appreciation by serving [ Read More ]

Judge James Shriver elected Chair of the Ohio Judicial Conference

Judge James A. Shriver of Clermont County Common Pleas Probate/Juvenile Division was elected last week Chair of the Ohio Judicial Conference. He begins his two-year term on Oct. 1. “I am both humbled and honored that the judges of Ohio have placed their confidence and trust in me to lead the Ohio Judicial Conference in [ Read More ]

New Christmas Shoebox drop-off location to open in New Richmond

During National Collections Week for Samaritan’s Purse’s Operation Christmas Child (November 14-21st) the First Baptist Church of New Richmond will be opening their Hilltop Youth Center as a Regional Relay Center. This new Regional Relay Center will allow individuals or churches wishing to contribute shoebox gifts to Operation Christmas Child and its worldwide evangelistic outreach [ Read More ]

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 ]

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