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Woman dies after crash

By Kelly Cantwell Editor A Goshen woman died on June 2, following injuries from a May 28 crash in Union Township. Around 4 a.m., Union Township police officers responded to an accident on Stonelick Olive Branch Road and Old state Route 74. A truck driven by Olivia Smith, 17 of Columbus, hit a deer and [ Read More ]

Driver dies in car crash

By Kelly Cantwell Editor A crash on state Route 125 in Union Township left one dead on June 2. Judy Atkins, 84 of Cincinnati, was driving a 2001 Chevrolet Venture north on Rohling Oaks Drive and Eric Jackson, 35 of Amelia, was driving a 2014 Dodge Ram truck east on state Route 125. The Ohio [ Read More ]

Local columnist publishes first novel

By Lauren Fisher Sun intern For Rick Houser, the backcountry roads and farmlands of Clermont County have been a home, a workplace and a community to lean on. Now, they serve as a backdrop for his first book, “There Are Places I Remember.” In his debut novel, Houser hopes to provide readers with a glimpse [ Read More ]

Cranston celebrates 195 years

By Megan Alley Sun staff The community is invited to celebrate the 195th anniversary of Cranston Memorial Presbyterian Church, located in the village of New Richmond, with a special service on June 19. The service, which starts at 10:30 a.m., will include a sermon from Rev. Kris Moore and performances by Ma Crow and the [ Read More ]

Ford given maximum sentence

By Kelly Cantwell Editor David Ford, 38, received the maximum sentence possible after assaulting and raping a woman in Bethel. Ford was charged with three counts of rape, one count of felonious assault and one count of aggravated burglary, all first degree felonies, with a specification that he is a repeat violent offender, said Assistant [ Read More ]

SEM breaks ground on expansion

By Megan Alley Sun staff Staff and residents at Southeastern Ecumenical Ministry Haven in Milford kicked off the health and residential care center’s new construction and renovation projects with a groundbreaking ceremony on May 31. Government leaders from the state of Ohio, Clermont County and the city of Milford attended the event, as well as [ Read More ]

Detention Center receives funding

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The Clermont County Juvenile Detention Center will be providing trauma informed case management and services after being awarded $56,051 from the Ohio Department of Youth Services. The DYS awarded $1,628,804 in funding to 23 counties through the Detention Alternatives and Enhancements Initiative, which was created to keep juveniles from continuing down [ Read More ]

June in Olde Williamsburgh fest is a hit

By Megan Alley Sun staff Organizers of the 20th annual June in Olde Williamsburgh festival said the event was a success, despite weekend rain showers. “I think it went well, considering the wet weather,” said Village Administrator Susan Ellerhorst. The festival, which was held June 3-5 in downtown Williamsburg, featured food vendors and a beer [ Read More ]

New Richmond honors Rick Hilt

By Megan Alley Sun staff Longtime village of New Richmond councilman Richard Hilt passed away on May 31. “There is a void, there really is a void, and it will be hard to fill that void,” Mayor Ramona Carr said. “Rick was so easy going that, to me, he could work with anyone of any [ Read More ]

Rain dampens attendance at Frontier Days

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Despite rain, the 54th Frontier Days celebration, which ran from June 2-5, was a success. “The weekend went very well,” said Karen Wikoff, executive director of the Milford Miami Township Chamber of Commerce, the organization that puts on the event. Attendance was down about 30 percent, largely due to the rain [ Read More ]

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