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State Route 131 closure extended

Unexpected utility relocation work and rain have delayed the culvert replacement project on SR 131 at the SR 131/132 intersection with Belfast Road. The road is expected to reopen Friday, Sept. 16. The detour continues to use SR 132, U.S. 50, SR 133 and SR 131. Arrow boards and/or signs are in place to alert [ Read More ]

Goshen educator takes skills to the Big Easy

Goshen Middle School math teacher Kelly Denu didn’t take the summer off. Instead, she traveled to New Orleans to present teaching strategies to educators in Louisiana and surrounding states at the 2016 American Society of Engineering Education Workshop on K-12 Engineering Education. Denu’s presentation was designed to incorporate engineering principles into the classroom centering around [ Read More ]

Old Firehouse Brewery celebrates second anniversary on Sept. 17

The Old Firehouse Brewery will celebrated its second anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 17, with a Main Street, Williamsburg street party open to the public. A number of activities will generate money that will be donated to the Williamsburg Police Department. Old Firehouse Brewery, owned and operated by husband and wife team Adam Cowan and Lori [ Read More ]

Taste of the Levee celebrates 10th year

Bring your family, friends and appetite to the 10th Annual Taste of the Levee sponsored by Cincinnati Bell on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Taste of the Levee invites visitors to indulge in some of the most popular food options from a variety of Levee eateries, including: Axis Alley, BRIO Tuscan [ Read More ]

Renovated Stone Creek apartment complex in Union Township to be unveiled Sept. 9

Penklor and DMG purchased the property formerly known as Piccadilly Apartments in early 2016 for more than $6.1 million. Located in a desirable spot just off Beechmont Avenue in Union Township, Penklor and DMG saw the potential of the run-down collection of buildings and, after completing intense negotiations for the purchase, immediately began a full [ Read More ]

SSCC celebrates pinning ceremony

Southern State Community College’s practical nursing class was honored during a special recognition ceremony held Aug. 11 on the college’s Central Campus in Hillsboro. Thirty-eight students were recognized for completion of the college’s one-year certificate program. The Aug. 11 graduates include: from Adams County, Jennifer Baldwin of Winchester, Geneva Chamblin of Manchester, Tonya Evans of [ Read More ]

Free tobacco cessation class offered Sept. 19

Clermont County Public Health is offering a free tobacco cessation class on Sept. 19, from 5:30 – 6:45 p.m. at 2400 Clermont Center Drive, Suite 103 in Batavia. The class will be led by a public health nurse and tobacco treatment specialist. Tobacco use is one of the top health concerns in Clermont County. More [ Read More ]

Suicide Prevention Coalition to hold annual vigil Sept. 14

On Wednesday, Sept. 14, the Clermont County Suicide Prevention Coalition will host its 15th annual candlelight vigil to remember, honor, and cherish the lives of those individuals lost to suicide in Clermont County over the past year. Over 5 million living Americans have lost a close family member or friend to suicide. Anyone whose life [ Read More ]

Celebrity appearances at Jungle Jim’s Fairfield

Jungle Jim’s International Market is excited to announce not one, but three celebrity appearances this month! We are happy to welcome four of the city’s very own Cincinnati Ben-Gals on Saturday, Sept. 10, comedian and talk show personality Adam Carolla on Friday, Sept. 23, and Tom Browning, former Cincinnati Reds pitcher on the Perfect Game [ Read More ]

Brown announces more than $14 million in federal resources

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) announced on Sept. 1 that the United States Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program – which aims to prevent veterans’ homelessness and to quickly rehouse veterans and their families who become homeless – has awarded $14,348,140 in new federal funds to 15 organizations serving [ Read More ]

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