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Walking for a good cause

Clermont County residents used their feet to raise money and awareness for premature babies at the March of Dimes WalkAmerica which took place at the Legendary Run Golf Course on April 29. An estimated 300 people from Clermont County and surrounding areas registered and participated in the annual WalkAmerica event to help the March of Dimes in its fight to save premature babies.


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LEAD Clermont to hold Leadership Day

LEAD Clermont, a Clermont 20/20 organization comprised of both business and community leaders, is holding its 6th Annual Leadership Day at the Oasis Conference Center on May 10.

Students and educators honored at

More than 300 people showed up to recognize and honor educators and students at the Milford School District

New Richmond mayor proclaims motorcycle awareness month

New Richmond Mayor Terry Durrette has proclaimed May as Motorcycle Awareness Month. Reading the proclamation at the April 25 Village Council meeting, Mayor Durrette, who drives a motorcycle himself, told residents to be aware that warmer weather means more motorcyclists on the roads and highways.

Board of Health closes Eastgate Buffet restaurant

Based upon the continued failure of the Eastgate Buffet to comply with food safety regulations, the Clermont County Board of Health moved April 12 to revoke its food service license.

Senior Services levy passes, to expand services

Nearly 3,000 voters made the difference for Clermont Senior Services, whose levy passed, allowing them to not only continue, but expand basic services to the aging population of Clermont County.

Schmidt bests challenger McEwen

Well after 1 a.m. the morning after the election, with a small percentage of the votes in Hamilton County yet to be counted, the unofficial results in the primary race for the second congressional district seat currently held by Jean Schmidt appears to be a win for Schmidt and for democratic hopeful Victoria Wulsin.

Man drowns in river during cleanup effort

A Williamsburg man died over the weekend when an environmental cleanup project turned deadly. Greg Stahl, 31, apparently drowned after attempting to cross the East Fork Little Miami River east of Milford while picking up trash along the riverbank.

Voters reject Milford school levy at the polls

A deficit of more than 1,000 votes will end a lot of things in Milford Schools, including the popular neighborhood schools program and about 100 jobs, said a school representative Tuesday night after the elections.

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