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‘Disgraced’ launches Cincinnati Playhouse’s Shelterhouse season

Some plays seem ageless, while others are uncannily current. Disgraced is the kind of play that succeeds in being both timeless and timely. Winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for drama and a 2015 Tony Award nominee for best play, Ayad Akhtar’s Disgraced makes its regional premiere to open the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s [ Read More ]

Freedom Center to host Dr. Manisha Sinha on Sept. 20

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will host award-winning author, historian and Draper Chair in American History at the University of Connecticut, Storrs Dr. Manisha Sinha on Tuesday, Sep. 20 at 6 p.m. Dr. Sinha, the second speaker in the 2016-2017 John & Francie Pepper Freedom Lecture Series, will discuss her latest work, The Slave’s [ Read More ]

Interstate 275 lane closures scheduled for pavement work

Paving 2.12 miles of Interstate 275 between Bargs Salt Run Road and Aicholtz Road is scheduled to begin next week. Beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19, various lane closures on I-275 from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. each weeknight until 6 a.m. the following day. Traffic will be maintained. The anticipated completion date for [ Read More ]

Engineer announces year-long closure on Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill

The Clermont County Engineer’s Office today announced that major safety improvements will be made on a section of Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill Road. This work will require a full closure on Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill Road that will begin approximately 500-feet north of Raintree Drive and continue for approximately one-half mile south. The road will be closed to through [ Read More ]

Great Oaks holds Parent Preview Days

Each year, 8th and 10th graders at the 36 school districts served by Great Oaks have the chance to visit the nearest campus, explore a variety of careers, and spend time in the professional labs. Before they do, though, parents are invited to see what their kids will see. The four Great Oaks campuses will [ Read More ]

EC Bible Church to host gospel meetings

Evangelist Gary Bill will hold special Gospel Meetings at EC Bible Church ( Sept. 25-28. Evangelist Bill delivers warm-hearted, passionate, and Scripturally faithful gospel messages. He is a gifted evangelist seeking to serve the Church of Jesus Christ. EC Bible Church extends an invitation to come and hear Gary Bill preach. If you are looking [ Read More ]

Eastern Area United Way honored

The Clermont Chamber of Commerce Foundation will honor United Way of Greater Cincinnati as its 2016 Career Prep Program of the Year at is Partnership Celebration Sept. 20. “The award is for Sarah Ghee’s inspiration and invaluable work in establishing the Speed Mentoring program for our Work Readiness Initiative,” says Susan McHugh, program director of [ Read More ]

Miami Township to hold Legacy Day for past Fire/EMS personnel

Calling all members of Day Heights, Miamiville, Miami East, Miami Central, Milford-Miami Twp EMS, & Milford Life Squad! If you are a former member of any of these departments, or you know someone who was, please pass along the information for our 3rd annual Legacy Day, where we remember the good times and thank our [ Read More ]

Outdoor weekend lets residents sample programs

What: Area’s largest outdoor events sampler returns to the Tri-state Sept. 24 & 25. Green Umbrella is excited to present the 13th Annual Great Outdoor Weekend on Saturday, Sept. 24 and Sunday, Sept. 25. This outdoor events sampler will give Greater Cincinnati residents the opportunity to sample the best outdoor recreation and nature awareness programs [ Read More ]

131 closures scheduled

Pavement work requires lane closures on SR 131 in the city of Newtonsville beginning next week. Beginning Thursday, Sept. 15, there will be various lane closures in both directions of SR 131 from SR 727 east to the Brown County line. One lane of traffic will be maintained with flaggers. Arrow boards and/or signs will [ Read More ]

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