Firearms instructor and Tate Township resident David Clark was arrested May 11. He has been accused of falsifying certificates that many residents had used to obtain permits from the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office to legally carry concealed handguns.
Matt Maupin has not yet been welcomed home from the battlefields of Iraq, but awaiting his return is the welcome pavilion built in his honor on the beach at East Fork Lake. The pavilion was started last May when Clermont County High School rowing crew students broke ground on the site.
Health Source of Ohio welcomed Governor Ted Strickland to its Eastgate Pediatrics facility May 14. Governor Strickland, who was welcomed by about 70 people, first toured the facility speaking with patients before sitting down to chat with Clermont and Warren County families about their children’s health care concerns.
The Child Focus Inc. initiative known as Head Start is a comprehensive nationally recognized government school-readiness program for all income eligible children who live in Clermont County and in its surrounding areas. Head Start, which maintains a visible presence in every one of the county’s school districts, currently has 600 kids enrolled in the program.
The Clermont County Office of Public Information has once again received national recognition for excellence, earning three superior ratings from the National Association of County Information Officers.
Drawing inspiration from the hit reality show “The Apprentice,” four senior student teams in Milford’s High School Marketing Management and Research Program presented advertising and promotional campaigns May 4 to local consumer products company Harbro, LLC.
Two men and two women are under arrest after they allegedly forced their way into a Goshen man’s home, assaulted him and stole money and painkillers. That man, William Combs, is a cancer patient and was medicated with oxycontin for his condition. Although he did not receive a lasting injury in the assault, the act itself could result in a lasting consequence for his four assailants.
Children expecting to scramble along the parade route for candy at this year’s annual Milford Frontier Day parade are going to be disappointed. To ensure the safety of children, and indeed, all parade-goers, The Frontier’s Day Parade Committee has recently adopted a zero-tolerance policy prohibiting any participating float or motor vehicle from distributing or giving out anything along the parade route.
The Owensville police department is denying a report published in Cincy Business magazine this month that lists the village as ranking fourth in the greater Cincinnati area for issuing speeding tickets.
Some Clermont County Building Inspectors took an opportunity to speak with the public this week. elebrated internationally as Building Safety Week, May 6-12 was an opportunity for building inspectors to speak with people about codes, inspections and other regulations without the necessity of delivering bad news on the job site.