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Goshen group holds 9/11 event

By Megan Alley Sun staff On Sept. 11, two Goshen community groups came together to host a Patriot Day outreach and fundraising event to benefit the Goshen Warriors, a newly formed chapter of the Wounded Warrior Project. The event, which was co-sponsored by the chapter and the Bruce Griffin Memorial Scholarship fund, was held from [ Read More ]

Pierce Township looks at options for land

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Pierce Township may be receiving two parcels of land that make up about 147 acres total near the W.C. Beckjord Station because of a 1986 settlement agreement. The agreement, made between the township, the former Cincinnati Gas & Electric Co. and Neighbors Opposing Pit Expansion, was created because the township and [ Read More ]

Milford creates public works department

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The Milford City Council unanimously voted to create a new Public Works Department on Aug. 16 after a recommendation by City Manager Michael Doss. “Creating a public works department, I feel, will provide a much more efficient and effective operation for the city,” Doss said. The department will bring the Water, [ Read More ]

Local store donates horse feed

By Megan Alley Sun staff Louiso Feed & Seed, LLC in conjunction with Nutrena Animal Feeds, has donated more than a short ton of horse food to a local horse rescue organization. “This donation will feed the 11 horses and ponies that are in our care for a month and a half,” said Suzan Edwards, [ Read More ]

OSHP investigates crashes

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The Ohio State Highway Patrol Batavia Post is investigating two crashes that occurred over the weekend. On Sept. 2, Griffin Partin, 18 of Batavia, was driving a 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse eastbound on Old State Route 32 with two juvenile passengers, when he failed to yield while turning left into a private [ Read More ]

School spotlight: School named pull tab donation champs

By Megan Alley Sun staff Ronald McDonald, representing Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati, visited students at Williamsburg Elementary School on Aug. 30 to thank them for making the largest donation of aluminum can pull tabs of any school in the region. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati is a nonprofit organization that [ Read More ]

Housing development moves forward

By Megan Alley Sun staff It was a packed house for the Miami Township Rural Zoning Commission meeting on Sept. 1. Most attended to voice concerns about a proposed zoning change that would allow for 160 single-family homes to be built on 87 acres of existing agriculture land at the southeast corner of Branch Hill [ Read More ]

UC Clermont goes smoke free

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The University of Cincinnati’s decision on Aug. 23 to make the campus smoke free will include not just the main campus in Cincinnati, but the branch campuses as well, including UC Clermont College. “As a university with a health system it’s very important that we take a look at what we’re [ Read More ]

Swing found guilty of lesser charges

By Kelly Cantwell Editor After a two-week trial, former Miami Township Police Sgt. John Swing was found not guilty of all four original charges, but instead was found guilty of three lesser charges. Swing, of Milford, was accused of three counts of gross sexual imposition, a third degree felony, and one charge of assault, a [ Read More ]

New Richmond man killed in car crash

By Megan Alley Sun staff A 69-year-old village of New Richmond man is dead after his car veered off the road and hit a retaining wall in Ohio Township on Aug. 25. Johnny Cresap was driving a 1996 Toyota Tacoma westbound on Bethel New Richmond Road, near Franklin Laurel Road, when the car swerved off [ Read More ]

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