A dedication ceremony was held at Washington Township Park Saturday, Oct. 8 to rename state Route 756 in honor of the 216th Engineering Battalion.
In about one year, the doors of a new senior housing complex, which will soon be under construction on Amelia-Olive Branch Road, will be open. Groundbreaking for the 40-unit independent-living complex was held Oct. 7 at First Baptist Church of Amelia. The complex, which has been in the planning stages for nearly two years, will be the fifth senior center run by Clermont Senior Services.
With crossed arms, indifferent expressions and dragging feet, six teenagers housed at the Clermont County Juvenile Detention Center enter a room unlike most in the facility.
As of Oct. 5, police were searching for a 52-year-old church choir member who they believe left town with a 16-year-old Glen Este High School junior.
The New Richmond community came together Saturday, Oct. 1 to celebrate the opening of a new jungle gym play set at Union Square Park.
The Clermont County Chamber of Commerce has a new president and he is setting his sights high for the community.
Since 1983, the American Psychiatric Association has sponsored Mental Illness Awareness Week, which is designed to draw attention to mental disorders as well as educate the nation about symptoms and treatments for mental disorders.
New Richmond voters will have a choice of three candidates this November to fill four open seats on village council. Two of those candidates are current council members and one is a political rookie.
This year, four candidates are up for election to village council for four open seats in the village of Amelia.