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AAA to host free Senior Driver Safety Event in Miami Township

As baby boomers begin to age, many expect to work and remain active longer than their parents did, prolonging their need to drive. However, data indicates that more and more senior drivers are encountering issues while behind the wheel. Over the last five years, there have been more than 217,000 crashes involving a driver 65 [ Read More ]

Restrictions removed for gun owners with a concealed license

Buckeye Firearms Association is pleased that Senate Bill 199 took effect Tuesday, March 21st. It makes a variety of improvements to Ohio law that allow Ohio gun owners with a Concealed Handgun License (CHL) to more fully exercise their rights. Beginning today, business entities, property owners, and public or private employers can no longer ban [ Read More ]

Severe Spring Weather: 5 ways to financially protect yourself

Ohio’s spring weather can be destructive but following several proactive steps will help ensure you and your family are financially protected, said Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor. Spring Severe Weather Awareness Week is March 19-25 and Taylor shared 5 ways that you can avoid costly setbacks. “Keeping safe and being able to recover because you had [ Read More ]

Williamsburg Local Schools are seeking a candidate for school board after Brent Keeton announces resignation

Williamsburg Local Schools are seeking candidates to fill an open Board of Education seat. Board member Brent Keeton announced he is relocating and submitted his resignation at the district’s regular business meeting on March 20th. “We hate to lose Brent from our team,” Greg Wells, Williamsburg Board President, said. “He is a great listener, intuitive, [ Read More ]

Lupus call-in support group every month on Wednesday

The Lupus Foundation of America, Greater Ohio Chapter will host its monthly Call-In support group on Wednesday, April 12 from 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. Please call 1 (888) NO-LUPUS or visit to register and receive the call-in information. This support group is an open environment that encourages discussion among lupus patients and their [ Read More ]

On March 29, grab a sub at Jersey Mike’s and all sales to go toward CancerFree Kids

On Wednesday, March 29: Eat a sub, help a charity 100% of sales at Jersey Mike’s Cincinnati area locations will be donated to CancerFree Kids WHO:  Jersey Mike’s Subs caps off its 7th Annual “Month of Giving” fundraising campaign with its “Day of Giving” initiative to support neighborhood needs. WHAT:  Come enjoy a delicious sub [ Read More ]

Attorney General DeWine warns more tax scams reported with filing

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warned that more consumers are reporting tax-related scams with about four weeks remaining until the April 18 filing deadline. In 2017, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office has logged more than 150 tax scams thus far in March, compared to 80 in January, and 175 in February. “As we get further [ Read More ]

Mercy Health – Anderson Hospital is the first in Cincinnati and in U.S. to install a Next Generation Cardiac Mapping System to treat its patients

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality, compassionate care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that Anderson Hospital is the first facility within a three-hour radius of Cincinnati to install the EnSite Precision™ cardiac mapping system, which provides automation, flexibility and accuracy for diagnostic mapping used in ablation procedures to treat patients [ Read More ]

Rep. Becker: Bill passes – certified mail for lawmakers is not needed

State Representative John Becker (R-Union Township) announced passage of House Bill 34, which gives state agencies, local governments and other government entities an alternative to sending documents via certified mail, a practice that costs these organizations significantly more money than utilizing traditional first-class mail. House Bill 34, sponsored by State Representatives Steve Hambley (R-Brunswick) and [ Read More ]

Clermont County hotels show strong results in 2016

Hotels in the county had a 4.75 percent increase in revenue per available room, according to the Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau. CVB President Mark Calitri cited numbers from Smith Travel Research, a company that tracks hotel supply and demand. “Our hotels, their general managers, and their associates are on the front line generating [ Read More ]

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