United States Navy Landing Ship, Tank 325 traveled past New Richmond, on the Ohio River, on August 29. The ship was heading to Pittsburg from Evansville, Indiana.
Clermont County Commissioners issued a proclamation designating September 11, 2015 as National Patriot Day at their meeting on August 26. From left, Clermont County Commissioner Ed Humphrey, Clermont County Veterans’ Services Commission Executive Director Howard Daugherty and Commissioners Dave Uible and Bob Proud.
By Megan Alley Sun staff The sales office for STONECREEK at todd’s run, a new development in Williamsburg on old state Route 32 near Tri-County Highway, officially opened September 1. The sales office is located inside the newly constructed model home for the development. “This venture is cool, and I’m excited about it,” said Don [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley Sun staff The campaign to legalize marijuana in Ohio rolled into Batavia on August 31. “We’re trying to communicate with voters about marijuana reform,” said Haley Phillippi, Green Rush Bus Tour spokesperson. “We’re getting the message out there so that they can vote yes on Issue 3.” She added, “Today, we’ve had [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley Sun staff The 17th annual Washington Township Autumn Bash is set for September 18 and 19. “This festival has grown into a tradition that has been embraced by the community as a whole,” said Robin Brewer, Washington Township assistant administrator. The purpose of the festival is to provide local organizations, like youth [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley Sun staff The village of Moscow could soon get a communal recycling container. Paul Braasch, director of Clermont County’s Office of Environmental Quality, presented the recycling program to the village of Moscow council on September 3. Braasch offered to have a front loading, multi-material recycling container installed in downtown Moscow. The bin [ Read More ]
By Kelly Doran Editor The new Scene75 location, due to open in the next couple weeks in Miami Township, is taking form. The new location is modeled after the original Scene75 location in Dayton. In July, the building only showed glimpses of the activities to come, but now nearly all the activities and games are [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley Sun staff The cosmetology salon at Grant Career Center is now open after receiving a facelift this summer. The renovation was the first for the salon since the building was built in 1976. “We took a year with planning, and started construction in May,” said Superintendent Lisa Tuttle-Huff. The salon reopened to [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley Sun staff The City of Milford has a new live music venue. Business partners and music lovers Anthony Selm and John Farlow opened the Old Milford Opry in May. “We’re both musicians by hobby, so when the opportunity came up, we decided to open a music venue,” Selm said. “There’s nothing like [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley Sun staff The Milford City Council met September 1 to handle a variety of business matters. During the meeting, Lisa Evans was appointed as vice mayor. Evans replaces former Milford Vice Mayor Jeff Lykins, who resigned August 19 via email to Milford City Council members. The council also appointed Pam Holbrook as [ Read More ]