News Archive

June in Olde Williamsburg was a hit

The humid weather could not deter the thousands of people who attended the June in Olde Williamsburg festival last weekend. The annual festival, which was started in 1996 when the village turned 200 years old, took place June 6-8 and was a great success, said Williamsburg village administrator Patti Bates.

Law enforcement to step up patrols on state Route 133

With the news of yet another serious car crash in Clermont County on state Route 133, the Ohio State Highway Patrol, in conjunction with all local and county law enforcement officials, is stepping up enforcement on that stretch of roadway between Bethel and the Ohio River.

Safety services levy to appear on Goshen ballot

The Goshen Township Board of Trustees has unanimously approved a proposed safety services levy. The 4.5 mill levy, which was approved by the trustees in a special meeting May 17, is needed to update the aging, and in some cased outdated, equipment, as well as to purchase new equipment for the township’s fire and emergency medical services department.

Willenburg sentenced to 14 years

Shauna Willenburg, the Brown County resident who caused a wreck in Jackson Township that killed an unborn child last year, has been sentenced to 14 years in prison. An intoxicated Willenburg ran a stop sign and struck a 2002 Buick Rendevous on US 50.

New crosswalk signs go up in Bethel

The village of Bethel has new crosswalk signs. The old signs, which were rusted, had faded over time, and were very difficult to see, have now been replaced with newer, shinier signs. They have a “hurt-your-eyes” green color, said Bethel police chief John Wallace.

Possible heart attack claims life of car crash victim

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is reporting that Morrow resident Thomas L. Williams may have suffered a heart attack that led him to crash his automobile in Goshen Township May 26. The car crash that claimed the life of 56-year-old Williams occurred around 9:53 p.m. on State Route 28 and Goshen Road in Goshen Township.

Frontier Days returns to Milford

The 46th annual Milford Frontier Days festival returns this weekend, June 5 – 8. The Frontier Day’s annual parade, sponsored this year by the Sardinia Concrete Company, kicks off the four-day festival in Milford at 6:30 p.m. June 5.

Closing of Batavia Transmission delayed one month

Ford Motor’s Batavia Transmission plant, which was scheduled to halt production and close May 30, will now stay open until the end of June or early July. The extension announcement, which was made in Clermont County last week, is temporarily some very good news for the plant’s more than 780 employees.

Dunkin’ Donuts open for business in Owensville

Dunkin’ Donuts in Owensville is now open for business. The popular restaurant marked the occasion, which attracted close to 50 interested people, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and celebration in front of the store May 30.

Peregrine falcons banded at Zimmer

You could hear them before you could see them. The incessant squawking of the three newborn peregrine falcon chicks drowned out every other sound as state biologists banded their legs for identification at Duke Energy’s Zimmer Power Station in Moscow May 30.

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