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County Park District to be on fall ballot

The Clermont County Park District will be on the November ballot for a half mill, 10-year levy in order to fund its continued operations and improvements. The Park District currently operates 5 parks, 3 nature preserves, the Williamsburg to Batavia Bike Trail, and 6 greenspaces totaling over 600 acres. The parks receive about 200,000 visits [ Read More ]

State Route 222 lane closures scheduled

Pavement repair work is scheduled to begin on Aug. 23 on state Route 222. One lane of traffic will be maintained on state Route 222 between Batavia and state Route 125 each weekday from 7 a.m. to approximately 6 p.m. through Friday, Sept. 2. Arrow boards and/or signs will be in place to alert motorists [ Read More ]

SR 743 closure scheduled

Replacing two culverts requires closing state Route 743 next week. SR 743 will be closed between SR 756 and SR 222 for five days from 7:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 29 until 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2. The detour will use SR 756 and SR 222 and is an additional 6.4 miles or approximately eight minutes. [ Read More ]

RiverStage auditions

RiverStage Community Theatre of New Richmond will hold auditions for an original Open-Air Drama “Crossing to Freedom” celebrating the Village of Moscow’s Underground Railroad connection Saturday, Aug. 27 at Market Street Auditorium, 212 Market St., between 1 and 4 p.m. The free show will be performed at the Village of Moscow’s Bicentennial Celebration in September. [ Read More ]

Jungle Jim’s Cigar Festival to begin Aug. 26

Jungle Jim’s Cigar Festival is the premiere destination for cigar aficionados near and far. Now a two day event, we’re bringing in some of the industry’s most respected and sought after brands and vendors and creating the perfect weekend for true cigar fans. It might seem like a big undertaking, but our experts are immersed [ Read More ]

38th annual MainStrasse Village Oktoberfest

MainStrasse Village’s Oktoberfest, named as one of Southeast Tourism Society’s “Top 20 Festivals for September 2016”, invites families and travelers from throughout the midwest to join with local crows in enjoying this festival. A great mix of German and international foods, music and arts and crafts attracts approximately 125,000 people to this popular festival in [ Read More ]

Milford creates Internet Purchase Exchange Location

The Milford Police Department is offering a new safe zone for citizens to complete online transactions. The new Internet Purchase Exchange Location is in the Milford Municipal Building parking lot which is under camera surveillance. The cameras are recording twenty-four hours a day but are not actively monitored so residents are reminded to still use [ Read More ]

Realtors bring “sunshine” to people with disabilities

Realtors from across Greater Cincinnati served up a picnic supper and financial support at the 43rd annual Operation Sunshine, at Stepping Stones’ Camp Allyn in Batavia, serving people with disabilities. “We’re impressed with the work Stepping Stones does,” said Andy Clark of Norwood, events and communications coordinator for the Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors, which [ Read More ]

Patrol asks motorists: Do you move over?

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is asking motorists to help keep their fellow drivers and law enforcement officers safe by following Ohio’s Move Over law. A sergeant with the Chardon Post in Geauga County was struck by a vehicle last week during a traffic stop on U.S. Route 322 near Chardon, Ohio. Thankfully, his injuries [ Read More ]

CEC South annouces 16-17 school year lunch policy

CEC SOUTH announced its 2016-2017 program year policy on Aug. 3 for the Free and reduced lunch program for students unable to pay the full price of meals or milk served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast, After School Care Snack or Special Milk Program. Each school office and the central office has [ Read More ]

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