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Crossty sentenced to 20 years in prison

On Dec. 16, Charles “Rome” Crossty was sentenced to 20 years and nine months in prison as a result of being found guilty of 11 counts of drug trafficking and one count of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity in Clermont County. Crossty was found guilty after a three day bench trial that took [ Read More ]

Commissioner picked to be CCAO president

The County Commissioners Association of Ohio announces that Clermont County Commissioner Ed Humphrey has been elected to serve as President of the 2017 CCAO Board of Directors. “I’m honored to have been chosen to help guide CCAO’s leadership as we work to achieve our mission of advancing effective county government,” Humphrey said. “Counties provide services [ Read More ]

Student donates to autism unit

Milford graduate Aaron Strait has used his talents to give back to his high school. Aaron, who graduated from Milford High School in 2011, visited the high school on December 7, and donated $850 to the autism unit. Aaron presented the check to his former teacher Trena Panko. Aaron earned this money through the sales [ Read More ]

Two sentenced for endangering children

On Dec. 12, Ronald Meyer and Katrina Custer were sentenced by Clermont County Court of Common Pleas Judge Thomas Herman. Custer had previously pled guilty to Endangering Children, a felony of the third degree, and Corrupting another with Drugs, a felony of the second degree. Meyer had previously pled guilty to Illegal Manufacturing of Drugs, [ Read More ]

Workplace generation issues expert to speak in Greater Cincinnati 1/24

The great generational shift underway in the workforce today should be on the radar of every business. It presents a whole new set of challenges for employers in every industry, employees of all ages and managers at every level. This is the shift that demographers and workforce planners have been anticipating for decades. This turning [ Read More ]

Students Win Forest-Aires’ Scholarships for 2016-2017

The Forest-Aires is an Anderson-based women’s chorus that passes the appreciation of vocal music to the next generation by donating its proceeds to music study for young students in high school. Six greater Cincinnati students are winners of The Forest-Aires Women’s Chorus scholarship awards for the 2016 – 2017 school year. The winners receive private [ Read More ]

Gold Wing Road Riders make donation

The Gold Wing Road Riders association Chapter E-2 of Eastern Cincinnati presented a donation to Major Knickerbacker of the Salvation Army on Dec. 10. The event was organized by Bill and Kathy Martin, Public Relations Coordinator for Chapter E-2. The donation was presented to Major Knickerbacker in Batavia, which consisted of toys, cash and checks. [ Read More ]

SR 132 closing for culvert work

Culvert work requires closing State Route 132 beginning Monday, Dec. 19. SR 132 will be closed just south of Chapel Road (8.102 mile marker) for three days beginning at 7:30 a.m. Monday and will be reopen to traffic at approximately 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 21. The detour will use SR 125 and SR 222. [ Read More ]

Students recognized by Batavia Rotary

Maggie Bierman and Lucas Herron were honored as October’s Student of the Month by the Rotary Club of Batavia, Ohio. Batavia Rotary chooses a Student of the Month from Clermont Northeastern (CNE) and Batavia High School (BHS) September through May of each school year. Students are chosen for their class work and volunteer hours that [ Read More ]

UC Clermont to host writing conference

College writing instructors and disciplinary writers from across the Midwest will gather at UC Clermont College next June during a national summer conference sponsored by the Conference on College Composition and Communication. UC Clermont is one of just four institutions to host the organization’s 2017 regional summer conferences — Boston University, Virginia Commonwealth University and [ Read More ]

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