Red, white, and blue stars lined the gymnasium walls of Bethel’s William Bick Primary School at a veteran’s celebration assembly Nov. 8. In honor of Veteran’s Day, the kindergarten through second grade students at William Beck spent a week preparing and organizing the celebration, said veteran’s committee chair and teacher Angie Eads.
While November is often associated with Thanksgiving, a national observance is hoped to expand the theme of thanksgiving into a whole new realm.
The Union Township Board of Trustees discussed a few zoning issues at its Nov. 14 meeting, including a proposed amendment to their zoning text and a related development to the Ivy Pointe commerce park.
With winter weather on the horizon, local emergency response agencies are warning residents that being prepared is the best defense against the snow, ice and cold.
The village of Amelia thanked and honored local veterans and current members of the military at its third annual Salute to Heroes ceremony. The celebration and ceremony, which took place at the Amelia Elementary School on Veteran’s Day, was attended by more than 100 people.
A man is being sought by Union Township police in the hopes that he can shed light on a theft that occurred on Oct. 12 at Wal-Mart in the Eastgate area.
A Lynchburg man is dead after he apparently took his own life following a car chase with police. According to the sheriff’s department, Wayne Township police were dispatched at 8:30 p.m. to investigate a reckless driving report involving damage to mailboxes and signs on Newtonsville Road.
The Batavia Township Trustees are hoping to smooth things over at their old township hall after a slight catastrophe occurred during the reconstruction of the parking lot.
A joint celebration was held at an open house at the Clermont Counseling Center in Amelia Nov. 3. The open house, hosted by the Southern Ohio Health Services Network (SOHSN) and the Clermont Counseling Center (CCC), was a way to celebrate the two organization’s combined efforts in the grand opening of their brand new medical facility.
Clermont Count Sheriff Tim Rodenberg is commending the professionalism and restraint of an off-duty deputy after he was assaulted but able to detain his assailants involved until help could arrive.