Clermont Senior Services launched their official bid to pass an operating levy in the May 2 election Monday with a campaign kickoff at the Union Township Civic Center. The levy would replace one passed five years ago, and would take effect in 2007.
Hannah Tyler, a senior at Bethel Tate High School said that she is interested in studying different cultures. Tyler worked with Bick Elementary School to bring three speakers in to talk with the students.
The New Richmond Middle School has been preparing since before Christmas to perfect their portrayal of the musical
Milford Police Chief Mark Machan presented a new patch for officers
The Bethel Village Council was forced to tackle an unexpected legacy of the recently dissolved department of public affairs Feb. 27 when Brad and Carla Kerney faced the council concerning a tax assessment of about $12,000.
A two-vehicle accident on Feb. 26 left an Amelia woman dead and her daughter in serious condition at Children
More than 30 individuals and organizations from around Clermont County were honored Feb. 23 at the annual Salute to Leaders banquet hosted by Clermont 20/20. The event, a celebration of the unsung heroes that make communities a better place to live in, was attended by hundreds of well-wishers who saw their family, friends and neighbors recognized for their daily dedication to Clermont County.
After more than 22 years of service with the township that many have come to associate him with, Ken Geis, Union Township Administrator, has announced his resignation and will be moving on to the private sector in late March. Geis, who has served with Union Township as administrator for almost 13 years, will leave a township that the trustees say has shown incredible improvement since he took office.
On Feb. 20, state and local representatives gathered at the Midland Company campus to celebrate the official groundbreaking for their new facility. The new structure, which will connect to the old structure, will add around 205,000 square feet of office space to the company
Six months of investigative work by the Miami Township Police Department netted four teenagers who have been arrested and charged with numerous counts of crimes, including burglary, breaking and entering, theft and criminal damaging. The crimes, committed in Miami and Symmes townships, began in August of 2005.