The Bethel Village Council meeting on March 13 began with a packed crowd of residents who gathered in the council chambers to witness their loved ones being recognized by the village for their decision to join the army and defend the United States.
On Wednesday, March 8 Amelia village council met in an informal informational meeting to discuss the future of economic development for the future of the village
Clermont County resident Leo Bradley was recently promoted to full professor at Xavier University. He has been a professor of educational administration at Xavier for 15 years.
Each week, the Seniors Thursday morning gathering at the Milford Fire facility brings in seniors from around the community to enjoy breakfast and the company of one another.
A public hearing of the Bethel Village Council held on March 13 concerning future electric utility rate hikes drew only one resident, but exposed a potential billing problem for the second time in as many meetings for the village council.
The Yellow Ribbon Support Center has set up a new way to honor fallen heroes from the Tri-state area. The Support Center has set up a scholarship fund in honor of all of the soldiers from greater Cincinnati who have been killed in action or who are connected to the Tri-state area to honor those fallen soldiers.
Residents of Clermont County were invited out twice this week to the county engineer
In a short ceremony held Monday in the Clermont County Municipal Courthouse hallway, Judge Thomas Herman accepted the donation of a large painting of the Roman goddess of justice Justitia. The sizable painting was crafted and donated by a local group of artists.
The Clermont County voting public got its first chance March 7 to experience the new polling machines that will be used in Clermont County elections as part of a retooling effort to make elections more accurate and accessible to the public. The effort, sponsored by the Help America Vote Act, is a direct result of the 2000 presidential election that saw multiple ballot recounts and raised questions about the accuracy of voting methods in the United States.
And you think your commute is rough. Cincinnati Nature Center executive Direct Bill Hopple will be taking his work to new heights this summer when the hiking and outdoor enthusiast will climb the highest peak in North America, Mt. McKinley, as part of a combined personal quest and fitness promotion for the Nature Center, which will kick off in the next few weeks.