The HealthSource: New Richmond Family Practice celebrated the addition of Michael Dietz, D.O., to the HealthSource of Ohio network with a community open house Nov. 5. Attracting approximately 25 people, the open house was an opportunity for the HealthSource of Ohio organization to introduce this newest provider of medical services to the Clermont County community.
Municipal court defendants will continue to answer to Judge Tony Brock after voters chose him to continue representing the citizens as municipal court judge.
Did Kentucky state prosecutors make a promise to Clermont County authorities not to charge and prosecute Amy Baker with a crime for her involvement in the murder cover-up of Marcus Fiesel?
New tools are becoming available for the fight against methamphetamine, and local deputies are stepping up their efforts to eliminate the manufacture and distribution of the illegal drug in Clermont County.
A Goshen teen with a history of running away may be hiding with a boyfriend, said Goshen Police Department Detective Jeff Lacey, but the mystery of her disappearance remains. Brianne Head, 17, disappeared from her home in Goshen Oct. 8 and has not been seen or heard from since.
Clermont County voters have passed the renewal levy to support the Board of Mental Retardation and Development Disabilities (MRDD). The five-year, .75 mill renewal levy is expected to generate an anticipated $2.5 to $3 million a year.
It was a day in the park with the pugs. More than 300 yapping, costumed pugs – and one screeching pig – invaded Stonelick State Park as part of the first annual Pug Fair charity event Nov. 3. Pug Fair 2007, which was attended by more than 300 people and their pet pugs, was an event designed not only to celebrate the popular breed of dog, but to also raise money for the Ohio Pug Rescue Organization and the Circle Tail Animal Rescue.
The CNE Community Help Center will be permanently closing Nov. 16. The Help Center, which opened with only a $5 contribution in 1983 and has helped close to 30,000 people in the past 25 years, is a very old and dilapidated building with two very large holes in the ceiling.
Voters in the West Clermont School District successfully passed a $30 million bond issue to replace two of the district’s oldest schools Nov. 6. The bond issue, named “Building Futures” by the West Clermont Board of Education, will now allow the district to replace the Amelia Elementary School and the Withamsville-Tobasco Elementary School.
The Milford Schools high school students have something to celebrate – at least they will in about two years. The bond issue placed before voters this election passed by a slim margin of around 400 votes.