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Row House Gallery presents The Mini & The Mighty

From Nov. 25 to Dec. 28, Row House Gallery & Custom Framing will host The Mini & The Mighty featuring local artists Margi Hopkins and Robert Coomer. The exhibit is a collision of style, size and media contrasts exemplifying the energy and passion of both artists. Meet Hopkins and Coomer during the opening reception on [ Read More ]

Pierce Township police outline Thanksgiving Seat Belt Campaign

This Thanksgiving the Pierce Township Police Department will be joining in a national effort to send Thanksgiving travelers an important lifesaving reminder to Buckle Up–Every Tri,. Every Time. Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel times of the year, and more people on the road increases the likelihood of a crash. During the 2014 Thanksgiving [ Read More ]

State Special Olympics Event

Four athletes from the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities attended the Special Olympics Ohio State Team Bowling Competition on Oct. 24. Those competing were Tammy Carpenter of Pierce Township, Jackie Foy of Batavia Township, Rocky Arnett of Tate Township, and Delbert Witt of Goshen Township. The team received the Silver Medal, placing second out [ Read More ]

Feeling artsy? Help design rain barrels

All artists, including students and seasoned professionals, are invited to apply to be part of the fifth annual Rain Barrel Art Project, an initiative designed to educate the community about water conservation and pollution caused by storm water runoff. The Rain Barrel Art Project is a joint effort of Save Local Waters, its members and [ Read More ]

Latest Dunkin’ Donuts opens in Mt. Orab

Dunkin’ Donuts, America’s all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, will open their newest Cincinnati –area restaurant located in Mt. Orab at 106 Glover Drive. The restaurant, equipped with a drive thru for busy guests on the go, officially opened Oct. 26. Mt. Orab Mayor Bruce Lunsford helped officiate the ribbon cutting ceremony along [ Read More ]

Grant announces students of the month

October Students of the Month include Katie Elam, a junior in the Cosmetology program, nominated by her program teacher, Mrs. Janelle Baudendistel, who said, “Katie has shown to be a leader in class. She is always positive and steps forward even when the task is undesirable.” Aaron Cunningham, a Construction Technology junior was nominated by [ Read More ]

Students present literacy projects

Goshen teachers Mrs. Smallwood and Mrs. Zurawski’s second grade students presented literacy projects to the Goshen Board of Education on Oct. 10. Macee Steele, middle, presents a timeline of her life to illustrate the writing of a personal narrative. Braylon Settelmayer is on the left.

Mobile mammography vans visit your neighborhood in December

Schedule your annual mammogram today! It’s easy with Mercy Health – Cincinnati’s Mobile Mammography program, which has three mobile units offering you screening mammograms in 15 minutes at locations convenient to your home or workplace. Since January 2013, Mercy Health Mobile Mammography’s newest mobile unit has offered 3D imaging known as breast tomosynthesis that can [ Read More ]

Goshen Schools implements innovative internship program

Preparing students for life after high school has always been the priority for the Goshen Local School District, but now they’re taking another step in equipping their students with a valuable tool to help them navigate their future. Goshen has always been among Clermont County’s highest performing schools, but now they’ve taken a strategic approach [ Read More ]

Project Lead the Way program honored

A local girl named Hope received a new mechanical prosthetic arm, thanks to a group of high school students, a chance connection and a 3D printer. The students—two freshmen, a sophomore, and a senior—were part of the Project Lead the Way program offered by Great Oaks Career Campuses through Milford High School. Using a basic [ Read More ]


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