Promont Museum in Milford will be celebrating Clermont County Museum Day with free admission and an art show that will feature a number of different disciplines.
The next step in a controversy surrounding the proposed construction of a racing cart track and club in Jackson Township remains to be seen after a board of zoning appeals hearing on the case was canceled.
An innovative and growing grassroots business is hoping to relocate into Batavia Township, and a tax abatement granted by the trustees on Sept. 5 is expected to have sealed the deal.
The many friends of a Felicity man are hoping to provide a little joy and help into the life of the family that has seen a lot of hardship lately. Garvey Kaylor, 53, has been fighting cancer for nearly a year, and that struggle has inspired his friends to organize a benefit to help him and his family deal with medical bills.
Violence believed to be targeted at dogs has resulted in damages to equipment in Miami Township that could add up to $20,000.
The Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board kicked off its mental health levy campaign with a rally Aug. 31.
If one were to rank familiar sights around the region, signs pleading with voters to pass a school levy would be high on the list.
Whether or not to appeal to voters with a levy is one of the decisions that Pierce Township will have to face after a preliminary budget forecast shows the police department facing a devastating deficit by as early as next year.
How could they have done this to a child? That is the question that outraged child welfare workers, grief counselors, and concerned community members struggled with and tried to find answers to at a forum held for the community at the Union Township Civic Center Sep. 1.
Clermont County prosecutors have announced that the county will pursue murder charges against David and Liz Carroll for the death of their developmentally disabled foster child Marcus Fiesel. A Clermont County grand jury has handed down the following indictments after convening for more than 60 minutes on the morning of Sept. 6.