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Dance classes are coming to Bethel!

Lisa and Jessica Santorelliare bringing classical Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary and Hip Hop dance to eastern Clermont County when the Santorelli Dance Center officially opens Oct. 1. Lisa and Jessie have a combined 52 years of dance education and teaching experience. Both have competed regionally and nationally and have choreographed for several award winning cheerleading [ Read More ]

CCDD hosts Lip Sync Battle

The Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities and the Clermont DD Empowers Me non-profit board will host a Lip Sync Battle on Oct. 1. This event is presented by Paradise Pavilion and Eastgate Brew and View. Sponsors include Ohio Valley Goodwill and Park National Bank. Tickets are $25 each. Those participating will perform their favorite [ Read More ]

Membership Mingle to be held on Oct. 4

Businesses United to Rebuild and Grow is holding an evening membership mingle on Tuesday Oct. 4 from 4-8 p.m. at Old Firehouse Brewery. Stop by at your convenience to meet with our Board of Directors and learn about who we are, what our goals are, and how YOU can help us in our mission. Appetizers [ Read More ]

Playhouse In The Park goes interactive

The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is reaching out to Greater Cincinnati’s young professionals and college students with its new Off the Grid Bar Series. The series brings a varied slate of entertaining and immersive arts events to neighborhood hotspot the Mount Adams Pavilion. The Off the Grid inaugural season launches Oct. 5 and will [ Read More ]

ODNR Division of Forestry urges caution near dead, dying ash trees

As fall color moves across the state, more hikers and hunters will be spending time in Ohio’s forests. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources reminds all outdoor enthusiasts to be cautious of dead or dying ash trees that may now be present in Ohio’s forests and landscapes. “Standing dead ash trees create a safety hazard [ Read More ]

RICK HOUSER
Join Moscow’s celebration

As I have said many times I was raised on a farm on Fruit Ridge Road three miles north of Moscow, Ohio, from the 1950s onward. Moscow is a village that has peacefully existed on the banks of the Ohio River year after year, decade after decades and now century after century. When the frontier [ Read More ]

Tiger Pride Community Wide to conduct a town hall meeting

On Friday, Sept. 23 in conjunction with Ebon C. Hill Intermediate’s Oktoberfest there will be an informational meeting in the multi-purpose “Tiger Room” for the residents of Bethel-Tate Local School District. This meeting is to inform residents about the upcoming emergency operating levy on the Nov. 8 ballot. Issue 14 is a 6.6 mills, five-year [ Read More ]

County Fair Board position opens up

If you are 18 years of age or older and live in Pierce Township, you are welcome to apply for an open director position on the Clermont County Fair Board. Please note that the appointment is temporary since, by constitution, the position will be up for election during the 2017 fair. The winner of that [ Read More ]

Goshen to hold annual senior citizens dinner

The Goshen Local School District will present the 16th senior citizens dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016. The annual event will be held in the Goshen High School gym. The theme this year will be “Glory Days.” If you have pictures of your “glory days” please feel free to bring them by the board office. [ Read More ]

Talk with candidates at roundtable forum

The League of Women Voters, Clermont County, and the Clermont Chamber of Commerce invite you to a Candidates Roundtable Forum at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, at Holiday Inn Eastgate. Candidates in these contested races have agreed to appear: County commissioner, Ohio Senate 14th District, Ohio Representative 65th and 66th districts, U.S. Representative 2nd District [ Read More ]


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