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Chatfield College is a finalist for a grant

Chatfield College has been named as a 2016 finalist for one of four grants to be awarded by Impact 100, a collective-giving group of women philanthropists dedicated to improving lives in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky community. Since 2001, Impact 100 has donated more than $3.2 million to area non-profits. This year, the organization will award [ Read More ]

Cincinnati Playhouse offers classes

The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is once again offering acting classes for young performers ages 3 to 14, with a schedule of classes that will tap young imaginations in creative and confidence-building ways. Designed to strengthen communication skills and develop a sense of community, the classes will focus on individual and collective skill development [ Read More ]

All Creatures Animal Hospital holds VetCamp

All Creatures Animal Hospital’s VetCamp is held annually for students interested in the field of Veterinary medicine. Participating in VetCamp allows students to experience a week in a high paced, multi-veterinary practice. Students ‘rotate’ through all aspects of the hospital; Grooming, Boarding, Surgery, Inpatient and Outpatient, seeing everything from puppy vaccines to Orthopedic surgeries. The [ Read More ]

Nature Center’s Nature PlayScape celebrates 5 years

When the Marge & Charles Schott Nature PlayScape at Cincinnati Nature Center opened its rustic wooden gates in the spring of 2011, it was an unprecedented and forward-thinking move on the part of the Nature Center to connect a new generation with nature. Spurred by Richard Louv’s book, Last Child in the Woods, and with [ Read More ]

Pierce Township to hold special meeting

The Pierce Township Board of Trustees are holding a special meeting to discuss acquisition of properties from Tri-State-Improvement Corporation (Duke Energy, Inc.) as pursuant to the Settlement Agreement of Sept. 30, 1986, and to discuss such other matters as may come before the Board. This special meeting will take place on Monday Aug. 29, 2016 [ Read More ]

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 ]

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