A crowd of concerned residents were on hand at the Bethel-Tate School Board meeting Tuesday, Nov. 17. Two residents voiced their opinions about why an operating levy failed at the polls on Nov. 3. Bethel resident Steve Dahlheimer said the board should have gone door to door if necessary to get the support needed to pass the levy.
Three Milford residents were in Clermont County Common Pleas Court on Nov. 19 facing charges of conspiracy to commit aggravated murder. Michael Gray, 33, his mother Belinda Gray, 50 and girlfriend Mary Woodrey, 50, were all arrested in August for making arrangements to eliminate a 7-year-old victim of sexual assault and her mother
When the Holtman brothers, Charles and Roger, opened their first donut shop in the Cincinnati area in the 1960s, they began a family business which has endured for three generations.
The Village of Williamsburg is preparing for the annual Trains of Williamsburg Christmas Walk. The event is scheduled 5 – 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4 and will take place in the heart of downtown Williamsburg. Williamsburg art students will be decorating windows at many of the stores and businesses along Main Street.
The seventh annual Down Home Christmas is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5 in Bethel and organizers have finalized plans for the celebration. A Pioneer Christmas will be set up in Burke Park with the Grassy Run and Burke Park Log Cabin Committee hosting the event.
Unwanted animals have several advocates looking out for their welfare in Clermont County and residents of the county have choices when looking for a shelter. Clermont County Humane Society, operated by the county, is one option facing those who want to drop off animals. The Humane Society is a non-profit organization, founded in 1957.
The Most Reverend Daniel Pilarczyk, Archbishop of Cincinnati, presided over the dedication of the recently completed Saint Bernadette Church Sunday, Nov. 22.
Effective Tuesday, Dec. 1, the Clermont County Child Support Enforcement (CSE) division of the Department of Job and Family Services (DJFS) will no longer accept payments for child support. “Because of budget cuts throughout our agency, we will no longer be able to serve as a conduit for these payments,” said CSE Director Brenda Gilreath.
The Miami Township Police Department has formed a partnership with the financial institutions in Miami Township. Customers of a financial institution located in Miami Township may see window clings asking them to remove hats, hoods, and sunglasses and to limit cell phone use while in the bank.
A funding issue with the United States Department of Agriculture has changed the way Williamsburg council intends to proceed with the water treatment plant. At a meeting Thursday, Nov. 12, village administrator Patti Bates made a recommendation to council members about the plant.