They’re back! The Raggedy Ann and Andy statues that were stolen on Oct. 10 have both been returned to their home at the Just 4 Fun store located at 1105-B Ohio Pike near Amelia. They went missing from the Just 4 Fun store in the early morning hours of Oct. 10. and were returned one week later on Oct. 17.
Citing the extensive media coverage of the case, attorneys for Union Township resident David J. Carroll Jr. are requesting that his murder trial be held outside Clermont County.
To ensure the success of all incoming freshman, Amelia and Glen Este High schools have implemented ninth grade transition programs for the 2006-2007 school year.
The Union Township Board of Trustees reluctantly acknowledged a changing of the guard Oct. 10 when longtime clerk/fiscal officer Rozanne Evans officially announced her retirement. Shortly after the meeting began, Evans read from a statement to the board and public attending the meeting, describing her tenure with the township, the growth and challenges that accompanied it, and the need to pass the work on to someone with more energy to spare.
The Clermont County Park District is offering many autumn events to encourage residents to spend time outdoors. Most programs are free and held rain or shine.
The University of Cincinnati Clermont College dedicated its new flag plaza Oct. 4. The new flag plaza is located at the front entrance of the campus and now includes the U.S. flag, the Ohio state flag, and the U.C. flag.
The impending and controversial closing of the Felicity National Guard Armory has raised many questions and our elected officials are searching for answers.
Clermont County mental health and wellness community agencies and organizations stand united in their efforts to promote advocacy and awareness for mental health issues. The alliance, which was formed in September, is a new, volunteer group of county professionals who are committed to staying connected by pulling shared resources and expertise in creating a united front in destigmatizing mental health issues.
Local historian and author Richard Crawford has released a film documentary and tour of Clermont County’s most haunted and supernatural places.
The good news emerging from a report by Bethel grant consultants Brandsetter Carroll is that the village has definitely been awarded a grant to update their antiquated traffic light system.