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Union Township, West Clermont approve TIF

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The Union Township Trustees and the West Clermont Board of Education approved a tax increment financing district resolution recently for a property on Glen Este-Withamsville Road. The property, owned by 360 Properties Development, will become the site of new luxury apartments. Union Township approved the TIF on Oct. 27 and West [ Read More ]

Retired military veterans presented with diplomas

By Megan Alley Sun staff On Nov. 3, Goshen Local School District held a graduation ceremony and presented diplomas to four former high school students who left school early to serve in the military. Allen Donahue, Arthur Hickey, Thomas Holland and Hershel Campbell were honored at the Veterans Diploma Celebration, which was held in the [ Read More ]

Brewery may open in Milford

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The city of Milford may be the next local community to boast a microbrewery if plans are approved. Dan Lynch, of Loveland, and Joe Brenner, of Maderia, plan to open the Little Miami Brewing Company at 208 Mill Street in downtown Milford next year. Lynch and Brenner, who are brothers-in-law and [ Read More ]

School spotlight: Student earns perfect score on AP exam

By Megan Alley Sun staff A Milford High School student was recently notified that she had achieved a perfect score on the Advanced Placement United States Government exam she took in May, which makes her one of only 25 students in the world to do so this year. AP exams are college-level tests administered by [ Read More ]

Bethel voters repeal income tax

By Megan Alley Sun staff On Nov. 8, voters in the village of Bethel approved a ballot initiative that will repeal the village’s 0.5 percent income tax, which was adopted by council on Sept. 10, 2015. The initiative was approved with 61.58 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results from the Clermont County Board [ Read More ]

Miami Township man stars on Jeopardy!

By Megan Alley Sun staff The dreams of one Miami Township man were realized when he recently appeared on the game show Jeopardy! Ken Hirsh is the director of the law library and professor of practice at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. He started watching Jeopardy! in the late 1960s, when he was [ Read More ]

Paddling for a Cause donates to The Cure Starts Now

Organizers of the annual Paddling for a Cause event presented a $6,372 check to The Cure Starts Now Foundation during a ceremony on Oct. 18, 2016, at the Cardboard Boat Museum in New Richmond. From left, Tom Lemon, museum volunteer, Rick Merk, The Cure Starts Now Foundation representative, Angie Williams, Rich Jetter and Bill Graser, [ Read More ]

Lack of Democrats in county races

By Megan Alley Sun staff This year, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads the party’s ticket in her race for the White House against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, but in Clermont County, no Democrats are running for any of the county’s partisan seats. The Democratic Party did not put forth a candidate in the [ Read More ]

Pierce Twp. approves subdivision design

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Pierce Township Trustees approved a preliminary development plan for a 219-home subdivision during a special meeting on Oct. 25. The project, called Prestwick Place, is a 109.53 acre subdivision. Representatives from Fischer Homes asked the trustees to approve the plan with 229 homes, which is a density of 2.09 homes per [ Read More ]

Highway crew finds stranded driver alive in ravine

By Kelly Cantwell Editor A Williamsburg man was found in his car on Oct. 31, possibly more than 24 hours after he crashed. Ryan Ninichuck and Jeff Armstrong, both highway tech workers for the Ohio Department of Transportation, were driving on state Route 133 on Oct. 31 when they saw a dead deer on the [ Read More ]


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