New Richmond Police Chief Karl Hassebrock has his announced plans to retire. In a resignation letter read in council chambers at the Aug. 22 meeting, Hassebrock said that he has appreciated the opportunity to serve as the police chief and will miss the friends he has made over the years.
Felicity-Franklin Schools have earned an effective rating on the state report card for five years now, and superintendent Glenn Moore said that they hope to climb above this plateau soon, hopefully by next year’s test.
The Goshen Local School District is already hard at work in assuring that next year’s rating from the Ohio State Department of Education is excellent.
Rumpke has made plans to automate the Amelia village trash program. It was announced in council chambers at the Aug. 21 meeting that Rumpke will be giving every Amelia resident a new 96 gallon trash can as part of the new system that will make garbage pick-up easier and more cost effective.
The 7th annual Clermont Senior Services Art, Antiques, and Collectibles Auction will be held at Eastgate Receptions Sep. 8. According to Executive Director George Brown, last year the auction raised more than $30,000 to support the work of Clermont Senior Services.
Folks looking for the best in local food and entertainment will find just that and more at the Taste of Clermont, coming to downtown Batavia Sept. 8-10. The Taste, to be held from 6 – 11 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. Saturday, and 12 – 6 p.m. Sunday, will feature returning restaurants as well as several new participants.
The Union Township Police Department is working to revive an old outreach program in the hopes of creating a better working relationship with the people it serves.
Everyone is acquainted with the idea of overcoming adversity. However, it can mean different things for different people. One Bethel woman is not only familiar with the struggle of overcoming adversity, but has now become familiar with what lays on the other side of that mountain.
On the way to eliminating one of the most dangerous intersections in Clermont County, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has discovered an ancient Indian village. The Oberschlake property on the northeast corner of state Route 232 and Swings Corner-Point Isabel Road in Tate Township, less than one mile southwest of Bethel, was being marked for a much safer approach to the intersection when evidence of a very old camp/village was discovered.
Two 16-year-old juveniles have been arrested and charged with the Aug. 10 vehicle burglaries in Owensville.