News Archive

Village Association is restoring historic lampposts

They have illuminated the past and are now almost ready to shed light on the future of the village of Batavia. Always mindful and devoted to preserving the rich history of Batavia, The Village Association of Batavia is in the process of restoring the unique custom-made lampposts that have been lighting the village bridge over the East Fork of the Little Miami River for nearly a century.

Bethel’s Down Home Christmas will be held Saturday, Dec. 1

This year’s annual Down Home Christmas celebration in Bethel will be expanded to include activities sponsored by the Grassy Run Historical Arts Committee and Bethel Burke Park Cabin Committee. “A Pioneer Christmas” will be held in conjunction with the Down Home Christmas parade and celebration, and will include a number of activities centered around the Accord Cabins in Burke Park. The goal is to celebrate Christmas the “pioneer way.

Annual Hometown Holidays event celebrated in Milford

Milford’s 23rd annual Hometown Holidays Frosted Event was once again a holiday success. Twinkling, scintillating lights, the exuberant laughter of children, the delightful bell-jangling clod of horse feet, and a merry saxophonist performing Christmas music were but a few of the mirthful sights and sounds that accompanied festival-goers as they casually strolled through the decorated streets of old Milford Nov. 23-25.

Batavia Township recognizes Boy Scouts

The Batavia Township Board of Trustees expressed gratitude to a Boy Scout last week for his beautification efforts at the township park. Daniel Donaworth, a scout looking to complete a project for his Eagle Scout ranking, approached the township to see if there was anything he could do in the park to help out. The township was able to oblige, giving Donaworth the chance to go the extra half mile.

Two more drug arrests made in Union Township

The investigation is deepening into drug possession charges for a Union Township family. A search warrant executed at a residence on Oct. 22 by the Union Township Police and the Clermont County Narcotics Unit resulted in the arrest of a 17-year-old on drug and weapons charges.

UC Clermont Education Club collecting school supplies

The newly-formed Education Club at UC Clermont College is holding a school supply drive. The Education Club, which was formed last month, is attempting to acquire as many school supplies as possible to be donated to the inner-city school called the Bond Hill Academy in Roselawn.

Increased patrols are paying off in New Richmond

To ensure the safety of all students attending New Richmond schools, the New Richmond Police Department is spending more time patrolling the school zones and enforcing the posted speed limits this school year. According to New Richmond Police Chief David Willoughby, the amped up enforcement efforts have already yielded some major results.

Homecoming party held for local soldier

Clermont County celebrated the return of Army Specialist and local hero Scott Compton with a surprise homecoming ceremony Nov. 26. Arriving at what he had been led to believe was a surprise party for his grandmother on the Clermont County fairgrounds Nov. 26, an astonished Compton entered the multi-purpose building decorated in his honor to a standing ovation and thunderous applause.

Free car seat check offered at Union Township Fire Department

To ensure your child’s car seat is properly installed, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the Union Township Fire Department are offering a free car seat check

Former coaches appear in court

Two former coaches in the Goshen school district appeared in court Tuesday, Nov. 13 in Clinton County to answer for charges of contributing to the unruliness of a child and providing alcoholic beverages to minors.


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