On April 29, the Board of Clermont County Commissioners showed their commitment to honoring the value of seniors by proclaiming the month of May to be “Older Americans Month” in Clermont County, Ohio. Every year since 1963, May has been the month to appreciate and celebrate the vitality and aspirations of older adults and their [ Read More ]
By Jordan Puckett Sun staff The Clermont County Records Center and Cintas Document Management will be holding a free Shred Day on Saturday, May 18 in Batavia. Members of the public are invited to come and watch the disposal of their personal documents as a way to prevent identity theft and raise awareness of the [ Read More ]
The Miami Township Police Department has arrested Frank W. Schmidt, a white male, age 23 for the Felonious Assault of a sixty year old female while in the parking lot of Kroger located at 6388 Branch Hill –Guinea Pike. The assault occurred on Monday April 29. The victim and witnesses told police that the suspect [ Read More ]
By Jordan Puckett Sun staff Global Environmental Services is partnering with Jungle Jim’s International Market to sponsor a free electronics recycling event in the Jungle Jim’s parking lot on Saturday, June 1 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. GES has been in business since 2008. They are certified to recycle electronics and have done free [ Read More ]
By Jordan Puckett Sun staff Sporty’s Pilot Shop, the largest pilot shop in the world, is hosting their annual Fly-In on Saturday May 18. This event has been going on for about ten years and attracts over 1,000 attendants each year. Last year, over 200 pilots and their passengers flew in to the Clermont County [ Read More ]
By Jordan Puckett Sun staff The Bethel Ministerial Association operates a free clothing store on West Plane Street in Bethel. The store is run by a group of volunteers and is open to the public. A wooden sign on the sidewalk and brightly colored blouses in the window attract passersby to the store. Upon entering, [ Read More ]
Girls with Brownie Troop 40411 presented Batavia Township Trustees with cookies during their meeting May 6 and thanked them for allowing the troop to meet at the Batavia Township Community Center.
Batavia Township Trustees recognize Deputy Nick Goslin, who will be leaving the township and working with the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office, and Deputy Matt Early, who will be taking over at the township during their March 6 meeting. From left are Trustee Bill Dowdney, Goslin, Early, and Trustee Jim Sauls.
By Kristin Bednarski Sun staff The Cincinnati Reds Rookie Success League will return to Batavia Township this year. The Reds Rookie Success League is a character-building baseball camp for children that meets two times a week for four weeks in the summer. The camp will run from June 10 to July 2 this year and [ Read More ]
Staff report The Village of New Richmond was awarded an Ohio Public Works Commission State Issue 2 Grant to be used to upgrade the Bethel New Richmond Road Water Pump Station. According to a release from New Richmond Administrator Dave Kennedy, the grant totaled $109,025 with the village providing a local match of $13,475. “The [ Read More ]