News Archive

Displaced Clermont workers to benefit from grant

Clermont County will have the chance to participate in an innovative new approach to job development, thanks to a state grant for workforce development. Tim McCartney, Director of the Clermont County Department of Job and Family Services, said that Clermont County’s participation in a regional workforce group will give it a slot in the program, which will begin soon with the help of a $645,000 grant.

Township forms new body to deal with greenspace

The Pierce Township Trustees have voted unanimously to create a greenspace committee. The committee, which was established through a vote at the trustees’ regular meeting March 13, will consist of five township residents appointed by the trustees.

New Richmond Police begin Passport training

Identity thieves should think twice before striking in Clermont County. Identity theft, which is rapidly becoming a common type of fraud, occurs when a person uses someone else’s personal information to obtain credit or avoid criminal liability.

Felicity students send Stanley packing

The kindergarten class at the Felicity-Franklin Elementary School is once again sending Flat Stanley out into the world on his many adventures. The Flat Stanley Project is based upon a series of children’s books by Jeff Brown. In the original book, Stanley Lambchop wakes up one morning only to find that he has been flattened by a bulletin board that fell on him while he slept.

In Search of Frogs program to be held at Chilo Lock 34 Park

Nature lovers will be able to share in the romance of spring by spying out some hopping froggy love on March 30. The annual “In Search of Frogs” event at the Chilo Lock 34 Park will give people a chance to get up close and personal with some of Ohio’s most amorous little amphibians as the little four legged casanovas trill out their love in search of a mate.

Egg-Stravaganza coming to Miami Township Civic Center March 31

Miami Township residents can take in a little Easter fun on March 31 when the township holds the annual Easter Egg-Stravaganza. The event will feature a range of Easter activities for children of all ages. The hunt, she said, will be replaced with a series of indoor activities that helps to cancel out the chance of a cancellation by bad weather.

Trustees discuss land lease for a new homeless shelter

The discussion of plans to provide a long-term land lease to Clermont County Community Services to construct a new homeless shelter continued at the March 7 Batavia Township Trustees meeting with a presentation on the engineering involved in the project.

The trial of ‘the woman who couldn’t cry’

The recent murder case involving the death of three-year-old Marcus Fiesel has managed to attract national attention. This is very similar to a 1952 murder case that was tried in Clermont County Common Pleas Court. This is the second part of a two-part story about the Dovie Dean murder trial. During the trial, Dovie Dean became nationally famous as “The woman who couldn’t cry.”

Bethel’s new municipal building gets closer to reality

Bethel Village Council is digging deeper into plans to construct a new municipal building, moving discussion to finalizing a budget for the facility to present to the winning bidders. After hearing from five engineering firms, the village has unofficially narrowed their choice to two, and will begin checking references in the near future.

Milford residents recognized

The Milford City Council recognized the accomplishments of a few outstanding residents and a couple of dedicated junior high students at its regular meeting March 6. Receiving the recognition were the seventh and eight grade students who participated in the county’s Make A Difference Day and the churches involved in organizing the Milford Area Black History Project held in February.


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