Springtime will mean a waggier time of frolicking in the park for all of man’s best friends in Miami Township. Opening on a portion of land in the Miami Meadows Park, a new “Bark Park” will give dogs a chance to run and play without the fetters of a leash.
New Richmond Police Chief Dave Willoughby said that a bizarre accident Dec. 20 involving an allegedly impaired driver could have seriously injured a police officer, but both the officer and the driver of the other vehicle escaped without injury.
Union Township Police are seeking what could be a group of copper thieves of unknown size in relation to the theft of three large spools of cooper wire from a Duke Energy substation.
Following the recommendation of the Clermont County Republican Party, Ohio Governor Bob Taft approved Clermont Assistant Prosecutor Tony Brock as the new judge in the Clermont County Municipal Court.
With the new year approaching and lots of celebrations planned, Safe Communities is hoping that drivers will remember to be responsible around alcohol and that party hosts will serve less alcoholic fare this New Year’s Eve.
Surprise was the theme at Amelia’s Village Council meeting Dec. 18. Anderson Township resident and local philanthropist Tom Riegel came to the meeting expecting to receive a service award; he left as the village’s annual ‘Citizen of the Year.’ “I was totally surprised,” he said. “And indeed, honored.” In hand with a conspiratory invitation from the village, Riegel said that he was led to the meeting with the belief that his decade of professional work for the village was being recognized.
A Union Township man has been indicted on charges of grand theft after allegedly bilking thousands of dollars from good samaritans by making what police say are false collections for a veteran’s charity.
Liz Carroll’s Hamilton County grand jury testimony was released to the public Dec. 18 and her defense attorney wants it to be suppressed in her Clermont County murder trial.
Milford City Mayor Lou Bishop has resigned. Mayor Bishop stepped down from the mayoral post at the city’s regular council meeting Dec. 19, a full year before his term was to expire.
The village of Amelia lost a piece of it’s rich history with the demolition of the old village hall/Masonic Building Nov. 30. Amelia residents Roberta and Claude Dodson, who have owned the building and the property since 1985, decided to level the historic structure due to its unsafe and deteriorating condition.