The New Richmond Village Council stands united in its beautification efforts. Council has recently taken decisive steps to improve the appearance of Front Street, but that is only the beginning.
Hopes that an agreement had been reached concerning the status of the Milford sixth grade band proved to be in error, as no consensus has yet been made between the Milford School Board and a private fine arts association.
The successful completion of a summer program left organizers of the Junior Police Academy aglow and enthusiastic about another happy return of the popular youth activity.
Anyone who’s ever found themselves up a creek may want to take advantage of a class being offered by the Soil and Water Conservation District. “Quickstart Your Canoe,” a training course for the amateur paddler, will be held on Aug.19 and 26 from 1-5 p.m. in the Stonelick State Park.
Ted Strickland’s “Turnaround Ohio” bus tour will be in Clermont County Saturday, Aug. 19. Strickland, the Ohio Democratic gubernatorial candidate, will be appearing at Union Township’s Veterans Memorial Park beginning at 9 a.m.
Batavia Holy Trinity Church commemorated 100 years as a local parish by inviting the Clermont County community to a festival Aug. 12.
Many residents of Owensville woke up Aug. 10 to find their automobiles had been illegally entered into overnight and their personal belongings stolen.
The village, which has been seeking annexation from surrounding property owners for years, is examining an apparent boon to their efforts that came from a March 29 decision from the Ohio Supreme Court.
Williamsburg resident Sharon Wood raised $1,802 for the University Hospital’s Burn Institute in a raffle that took place at the Williamsburg Chase Bank Aug. 12. “The catalyst for raising money started seven years ago when my husband Robert Wood was killed in a gas explosion in 1998,” Wood said. “The first year after he was gone, I started thinking that I would like to give back to the community that had given he and I so much.”
Four individuals were arrested last week on drug charges after alert Meijer employees reported some suspicious purchases. Three men and a woman were arrested in separate incidents Aug. 1.