More than a thousand Clermont County residents participated in the Great Outdoors Weekend Sept. 23 and 24. According to organizer Rhonda Barnes-Kloth, the great outdoor weekend was designed as a way for families and residents to get out and take advantage of the numerous outdoor activities available.
A recent operation conducted by the Clermont County Department of Job and Family Services, the Clermont County Sheriff’s Department, the prosecutor’s department and court of common pleas netted a surprising number of wanted individuals.
The West Clermont Local School District is hoping to woo voters into supporting a bond issue in November, and after doing extensive work to see just what voters are willing to support, the district is fielding what it expects will be a winning proposition.
Mental health counseling service professionals in the county are hoping that a levy supporting their efforts will be supported by voters in November and, to that end, they are building a wall to promote their cause.
Expected to be done sometime around the Thanksgiving holiday, road improvements to the Clough Pike Shayler Road intersection should give local motorists something to be thankful for indeed.
Clermont County mental health professional Liz Atwell has been named as the Cincinnati Metro Area Director for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).
The Mental Health Association and the Clermont County Suicide Prevention Coalition held the fifth annual candlelight vigil for suicide victims and their surviving loved ones at the Union Township Veteran’s park Sept. 14.
“I know that drinking and driving is a serious matter. Some of my friends do it, others do not. It all depends on who you hang out with.” Those were the words spoken by a Batavia High School junior (who wanted to remain nameless) before a M.A.D.D. presentation called “The Spot” at the high school Sept. 11.
You don’t know it yet, but tomorrow you might be living next to a star. Jonalee White, a Batavia resident, is currently facing stiff competition in NBC’s new internet star search competition, Star Tomorrow, and hopes to make it to the final cut and a chance to spread a little joy while having a little fun.
Union Township residents who rely on natural gas may soon find themselves in a better bargaining position. Last month, the board of trustees voted to give township voters a chance to decide on the issue of aggregation, which could introduce a little stability into the local natural gas market.