News Archive

Reward is being offered for escaped fugitive

A reward is being offered as the hunt for Clermont County escaped fugitive Christopher Crosby continues. Crosby, 25, has been on the run since last month after failing to appear for a sentencing hearing for several burglaries and a home invasion in 2007.

Fire department receives grant

The Stonelick Township Fire and Rescue has received a $15,000 grant from the Firemen’s Fund Insurance Company in Morrow, Ohio. Presented to the fire department by Firemen’s Fund representatives Jim Hawley and Dan Fosnot at the trustee’s regular meeting July 2, the $15,000 has enabled the fire department to purchase much needed items not covered in the department’s annual budget.

Town hall meeting held in Union Township

The Clermont County Board of Commissioners hosted a town-hall style meeting at the Union Township Civic Center June 27. Attended by 50 people, the town hall meeting was held as a chance for Union Township, Pierce Township, Amelia, and the West Clermont School District to update the county on programs and initiatives in place for the months and years ahead.

Proposed annexation causes a stir in Owensville

The proposed annexation of 83.373 acres of farmland from Stonelick Township into the village of Owensville has sparked a controversy. In a June 25 public hearing that attracted more than 50 concerned parties, the Clermont County Board of Commissioners are now engaged in hearing testimony from those in favor and those opposed to the annexation before grappling with whether or not to grant the annexation petition.

$196 million lottery prize claimed by anonymous party

The winning lottery ticket that was sold in the village of Amelia recently was presented to lottery officials Friday by an attorney representing a client who wishes to remain anonymous. The $196 million lottery ticket, sold May 16 at the Main Street Wine and Spirits store in Amelia, will pay the undisclosed winner 26 annual payments.

Amelia student participated in Ohio Boys State

Chris McCormick wants to be a lawyer, and after participating in the annual Buckeye Boys State two weeks ago, he is more sure of that career choice than ever before. McCormick was one of three students chosen from Amelia High School to attend the nine-day Buckeye Boys State event held at Bowling Green State University June 14-22; after two dropped out, he alone was representing the school.

County honors military personnel for service

U.S. Navy Command Master Chief Glenn Welling and Lance Corporal Tom Desgrange are the latest members of the military that the Clermont County Commissioners have honored and recognized for their exemplary military service to their country.

School board hears levy opposition

A member of Preserve Our Schools, a community group organized to oppose the Batavia Local School District’s proposed school construction project, addressed the board of education at its June 23 meeting.

YMCA has a new executive director

Deborah White has been named the new executive director of the Clermont Family YMCA. White, who was introduced to the Clermont community in a meet and greet event held at the Batavia YMCA facility June 30, was chosen from a number of interested candidates after a nation-wide search to replace former director Whit Hickman.

Neville celebrates bicentennial

The village of Neville celebrated its bicentennial with a festival June 28. Attended by approximately 1,000 people, the festival was designed not only to celebrate 200 years as a municipality, but to allow native Neville families a chance to recognize and reunite with loved ones.


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