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Goshen man convicted

Michael C. Potee, Jr., 36 of Goshen, was convicted by a jury of Involuntary Manslaughter, two counts of Corrupting Another with Drugs, Trafficking in Heroin and Trafficking in Drugs on April 22. The charges stemmed from Potee selling heroin that was laced with fentanyl on May 20, 2015 that resulted in the death of one [ Read More ]

Adventure challenge course coming to Batavia Township

Clermont County Public Health and the Batavia Township Trustees are offering a free one mile Family Fun Adventure Challenge course on Saturday May 7. The course will begin at 11 a.m. at the Batavia Township Community Center Park, located at 1535 Clough Pike, Batavia, OH 45103. Beginning at 8 a.m. Batavia Township Trustees will be [ Read More ]

Eastgate roundabout is now open

One week ahead of schedule, the roundabout at Eastgate South Drive and Clepper Lane is open to traffic. The new roundabout serves traffic to this busy retail area at five separate entry points (three public roadways and two private property drives). As with any change in traffic patterns, it will take drivers some time to [ Read More ]

U.S. Route 50 widening to start

Widening and pavement resurfacing on U.S. 50 and a portion of SR 286 in Marathon, Jackson Township, requires closing the roads. The west end of U.S. 50 will close first, including a portion of SR 286. Immediately following completion on the west end, the east end of U.S. 50 will close for 60 days. Beginning [ Read More ]

Two arrested for child endangering

On April 19 around 12:40 p.m., The Union Township Police Department and the Clermont County Narcotics Unit executed a search warrant in the 4200 block of Clough Lane, in Union Township. During an outside search of the residence, officers located evidence of a small methamphetamine lab. An infant child was also found inside the residence [ Read More ]

Milford’s Kutcher a finalist for Managing Partner of the year

Brian Kutcher of Milford, Ohio was named a finalist for Texas Roadhouse Managing Partner of the Year award, which is the company’s highest honor. He and 20 other outstanding managers were chosen from a pool of more than 450. “These 21 managing partners kicked it to the moon and back in 2015,” said Texas Roadhouse [ Read More ]

When it’s hot outside, Stay Cool-Stay Hydrated-Stay Informed!

By Lori Watkins Extremely hot weather can cause serious health effects such as heat exhaustion, heat stroke or even death. Infants and young children are especially sensitive to the effects of extreme heat and rely on others to keep them safe. Know the risks and consequences of leaving kids alone in hot cars! Even great [ Read More ]

TQL Foundation makes $100,000 donation to Anderson Hospital

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, compassionate, quality care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that the TQL Foundation has made a generous donation supporting Mercy Health – Anderson Hospital’s renovation and expansion project. The TQL Foundation, founded by the CEO of Total Quality Logistics, the freight brokerage firm located in Eastgate, [ Read More ]

Batavia School Foundation announces inaugural grant awards

Students, staff, and members of the Batavia Local Schools community have a lot to look forward to this spring and beyond thanks to inaugural grant awards from the Batavia School Foundation. Staff members throughout the district submitted applications sharing their visions for projects to enrich the academic experiences of their students and the community as [ Read More ]

Students compete in ExploraVision

ExploraVision is a competition for K-12 students to combine their imaginations with the tools of science to create and explore a vision of a future technology. Students work in groups to select a technology to explore what the technology does, how it works, and how, when and why it was invented. The students then project [ Read More ]

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