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Scene75 owner excited for Miami Township location

By Kelly Doran Sun staff For Jonah Sandler, chief entertainment officer of Scene75 Entertainment, opening a second location in Miami Township is similar to returning home. Sandler is a Sycamore High School graduate from the Montgomery area and was hoping to one day open a location near where he grew up. After searching for a [ Read More ]

Former Frisch’s employee denies claims of stealing

By Kelly Doran Sun staff Michael Hudson, former assistant treasurer for Frisch’s Restaurants, and a Union Township resident, is denying the claim he stole from the company. The company filed a lawsuit against Michael Hudson, his wife, Pamela Hudson, H-3 Development, LLC, WPMH Properties, LLC and Wade Pyles on January 20, according to court documents. [ Read More ]

Historic covered bridge restoration almost complete

By Kristin Rover Sun staff The historic covered bridge on Stonelick Williams Corner Road is nearly complete with just minor construction remaining to be done. The bridge should be complete in about a month, according to Clermont County Engineer Patrick Manger. Construction crews are adding more wind bracing in several spots as well as fire [ Read More ]

Students recognized for success in speech contests

By Kelly Doran Sun staff Two Williamsburg High School students were recognized for their success in speech contests on March 16. The Williamsburg Board of Education highlighted the success of sophomore Morgan Campbell and freshman Emily Benton during their monthly Moment of Excellence during the board meeting. Campbell was one of 24 students in Mark [ Read More ]

Miami Twp. resident recognized

By Kelly Doran Sun staff Rosa Miller did not expect to be recognized by the Miami Township Trustees when she walked into the meeting on February 17. However, the meeting began with Fire Chief Steve Kelly speaking about Miller’s actions on a flight she took in February, after which he presented Miller with a Meritorious [ Read More ]

Williamsburg awarded STEM funding from Duke

By Kelly Doran Sun staff Students in science classes at Williamsburg Middle/High School will soon be able to get their hands on advanced data collection devices after a grant from Duke Energy. “I believe the more opportunities we give them in the bricks and mortar of Williamsburg High School, the better positioned they are to [ Read More ]

Girls on the Run program makes a positive impact

By Kristin Rover Sun staff Every Thursday a dozen fifth grade girls at Amelia Elementary School meet after school, complete an inspirational lesson, talk about their thoughts and go for a run. The girls are a part of a Girls on the Run team, which encourages girls to be positive and build confidence by using [ Read More ]

Wolfpen closed after landslide

By Kelly Doran Sun staff A March 14 landslide caused about 100 feet of Wolfpen Pleasant Hill Road to wash away, forcing the county to close the road. Drivers wishing to use that section of road have to take a detour utilizing U.S. 50 and state Route 131, said Clermont County Engineer Pat Manger. The [ Read More ]

Dispatch center considers a new computer system

By Kelly Doran Sun staff The Clermont County Communications Center may be the first county dispatch center to implement a computer aided dispatch system. The center’s current system needs to either be upgraded or replaced, said County Administrator Stephen Rabolt. Rabolt is considering switching to a CAD system that the state of Ohio already has [ Read More ]

Easter egg hunts are planned in Clermont

By Kristin Rover Sun staff Several communities have Easter egg hunts planned leading up to the holiday. The village of Amelia: The village will have their annual Easter Egg Hunt from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. March 28 at Spencer Shank Park in the village. The event includes an egg hunt as well as other activities for [ Read More ]


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