News Archive

Closing puts 159 out of work

Employees of Victory Industrial Products in Williamsburg Township received some shocking news at the end of their shift Wednesday, March 17. The plant on Half Acre Road shut its doors for good as of 3 p.m. March 17.

Spring litter pickup coming April 17 – 18

The Clermont 20/20 Clean & Green Spring Litter Pickup – Great American Cleanup will be held Saturday, April 17 and Sunday, April 18. The event starts at 9 a.m. and concludes at noon unless otherwise indicated.

Amelia is seeking police levy renewals

Amelia Police Chief Jeffrey Sucher said the village has been one of the fastest growing in the county and now the police department needs to grow with it. The Amelia Village Police Department is asking voters to approve two replacement levies to provide operational funds for the department on May 4.

Cameras installed at police department

Would-be criminals beware, the Union Township Police Department is more secure than ever. New security cameras that will cover the rear entrance to the police department and the front entrance to the service department will go online soon.

Easter ducks given a home

Many children will be given cute baby ducklings for Easter, but as spring turns into summer ducklings shed their down for duck feathers the cuteness wears off and the daily chores begin. That is when many domesticated ducks end up in the local pond or lake.

Clermont Counseling Center and Family Service unveil their new name, logo

After three years of discussion and careful planning, two of Greater Cincinnati’s long standing non-profit organizations have combined to form an organization capable of providing counseling services for the entire family across five counties. Clermont Counseling Center and Family Service are now LifePoint Solutions.

Marines answer families’ questions as recruits prepare for boot camp

Master Sgt. Rick St. John welcomed the families of poolees, the men and women who have have enlisted in the marine Corps but have not yet started boot camp, from Clermont, Hamilton, and Brown Counties to an information session Friday night. The annual Family Night is an opportunity for parents to meet several current and former Marines and learn just what their son or daughter can expect in boot camp and beyond.

Bethel requests funding for park projects

The Bethel Village Council has requested funding for several projects in Burke Park and Frank Manning, with the Burke Trust Commission, updated council on the Trust’s investments. Village liaison for the Burke Trust Janice Ireton brought the items before council and gave them an update on her newly formed relationship with the trust.

Seven indicted on 15 drug charges

A Clermont County Narcotics Unit investigation has led to the indictment of seven New Richmond residents on 15 drug charges Wednesday, March 17. The incidents occurred between July 26 and Dec. 6, 2009.

Summerside Woods senior apartments scheduled to open

The rooms are rented and the waiting list is long at Summerside Woods Apartments, which is scheduled to open May 1. The new facility is the sixth housing unit built by Clermont Senior Services since 1998. Currently, the non-profit organization operates facilities in New Richmond, Amelia, Goshen, Williamsburg, and Felicity.


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