The West Clermont Board of Education has directed that Sept. 11 be officially recognized as ‘Police and Firefighter Day’ in the school district.
Mayor Kevin Perkins of Bethel announced his resignation Sept. 11 due to his imminent transfer out of state for his job.
If you are interested in history, nature, walking, pleasant weather and a free luncheon, then Mt. Moriah Cemetery has an offer you can’t refuse. Their first ever “autumn adventure” and second annual history tour is scheduled for Sept. 30.
The first of three celebrations of milestones in the new wing of Mercy Hospital Clermont was celebrated Sept. 6 when the facility was officially dedicated with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Work began on the new three-story wing in September last year. Now, a limited portion of the structure is furnished and operational, with two more phases already underway to complete the facility.
There was something for everyone at this year’s Taste of Clermont. Organizers said that the Taste, which took place Sept. 8-10, was an enormous success. The event, which is sponsored and organized by the Village Association of Batavia, is an annual event conceived and designed as a family-oriented event.
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.