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Roney’s holds groundbreaking ceremony

By Kelly Doran Sun staff A beloved community restaurant will be opening in Milford after being closed for almost a year. Roney’s will open in four or five months at 314 Chamber Dr. in Milford, said Chance Truemper, vice president of Cincinnati United Contractors, Inc. A small crowd gathered at the future site of Roney’s [ Read More ]

Armed man allegedly robs Batavia salon

Staff report A man allegedly stole an undisclosed amount of money at knifepoint from a Batavia business in mid-March. Joel McClure, 44, allegedly stole money from Main Street Salon in Batavia on March 17 at 6 p.m., Batavia Police Chief Michael Gardner said. During the robbery, McClure brandished a knife, Gardner said. He fled the [ Read More ]

Principal passionate about helping students

By Kelly Doran Sun staff Denise Amiot’s love for teaching is evident in the way she speaks about it. Amiot is the assistant principal at Amelia High School and an adjunct professor at Xavier University. She has been in education for over 30 years, during which time she has been featured in the Sterling Registry [ Read More ]

Police find their policies successful

By Kelly Doran Sun staff Cases like the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, and Eric Garner in New York City have brought attention to, among other issues, how police officers use force when interacting with a citizen. Union Township, Milford and Miami Township police departments all willingly hold themselves to the Commission on [ Read More ]

Grant salon to be renovated

By Kelly Doran Sun staff The cosmetology salon at Grant Career Center will soon be getting the first renovation since the building was built in 1976. What was state of the art then has become outdated, said Superintendent Lisa Tuttle-Huff. The area needs renovated so that students are getting an experience similar to what they [ Read More ]

Tom + Chee founders speak at UC Clermont College

By Kelly Doran Sun staff Grilled cheese celebrities Trew Quackenbush and Corey Ward hoped that University of Cincinnati Clermont College students learned that starting a business is hard work. “Nothing is ever going to be easy but perseverance, hard work, that’s what’s going to pay off,” Quackenbush said about starting a business. Clermont College’s Professional [ Read More ]

Truck flips on I-275

By Kelly Doran Sun staff Traffic was slow southbound on Interstate 275 on March 30 after a driver lost control and his vehicle overturned. Aaron Garner, 32 of Goshen, was driving a 2007 Chevy 3500 for Blue Sky Lawn, of Cincinnati, when the left rear tire fell off, causing Garner to lose control of the [ Read More ]

Aviary to open in Clermont

By Kelly Doran Sun staff Clermont County will likely be adding an aviary to its list of attractions in the next couple of years. Jeff Hartnady, a resident of Ohio Township, hopes to open Spencer Park Aviary in Pierce Township during the summer of 2016, but that largely depends on fundraising. Spencer Park Aviary is [ Read More ]

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 ]

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