The Eastern Corridor Project recently passed a milestone that could prove to have a profound effect on the daily lives of many businesses and individuals in the area.
Clermont County residents participated in Operation Ohio River Sweep June 17. Sponsored by the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission, Operation River Sweep is an effort to pick up litter and debris from the Ohio River
Current and former Clermont County residents can check the June 22 edition of The Clermont Sun to find out if they are entitled to a portion of the more than $886,658 in unclaimed funds turned over to the Division of Unclaimed Funds in the past year.
More than 50 people will participate in the Clermont College G.E.D. graduation ceremony June 17. Sponsored by the Clermont County Educational Service Center, the G.E.D. program is open to anyone who wishes to work toward a high school diploma.
The life and military service of Lance Corporal Bryan Taylor were celebrated June 8. The celebration, which took place at the Leming House community park amphitheater in Milford, was attended by more than 200 people.
Matthew Giese will never forget how to spell the word mithraeum. It was the word that he misspelled on June 1 at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. to tie for 10th place.
David Hunter has taken a seat on the Milford City Council. The seat, which was left vacant by resignation of Shannon Reynolds in May, received approximately 11 applications.
Two innovative businesses with national clientele each asked for and were granted tax abatement requests to locate their central offices in Batavia Township at the June 6 township meeting.
New Richmond resident Juanita Grizzle, 70, was found dead June 8 after a fire tore through her Front Street home.
The Clermont Mental Health and Recovery Board is hoping to recover a revenue source more than two decades old in the November election with the placement of a half-mill levy on the ballot.