The Union Township Trustees crowded their May 9 meeting with a series of introductions, welcoming a host of new or promoted employees to the family during their regular monthly meeting.
After residents of the Braxton Park subdivision in Batavia Township complained to the trustees about increased traffic and crime in their community, efforts made by the township
The Village of Amelia is applying for a Community Block Development Grant to preserve and restore the historically significant Morse House. The Morse House, located at 44 Oak Street, was built in the 1850
Milford City Council member Shannon Reynolds has resigned his position. The resignation, effective May 30, was read to Mayor Lou Bishop and council members at the May 3 meeting. Reynolds, who has served for two years and five months, works full-time for EMC, Inc., a Boston-based computer storage company.
A long lull in large zoning hearings ended last week when the Batavia Township Board of Trustees reviewed and denied a planned development case that would have added nearly 60 condominiums to the township.
The Village Association of Batavia is launching a new monthly event designed to bring people into the village.A flower and plant sale, which will be held from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday, May 13 at Haglage Park on Main Street will be the first in a series of
Shortly after voters acted to defeat a school levy placed on the May ballot by Milford schools, the board moved to counteract what they feared was an attempt to further sap funding from the schools by, ironically, circulating a petition to reduce school funding.
Clermont County High School rowing crew students broke ground May 7 on the Matt Maupin Welcome Pavilion project, to be built at East Fork State Park. High school students representing seven High schools from the county have been involved in
East Fork State Park held its 20th Annual Gold Rush Days Campout on May 5, 6, and 7 to kick off the 2006 camping season. Gathering at the Park Campground in Williamsburg, the public celebrated local history and participated in numerous fun activities such as primitive cooking, sundial reading, fire starting, knife and tomahawk throwing, black powder demonstrations, panning for gold, and scouting, tracking, and survival techniques. There was also a free lunch, a cornbread cook-off, and old-fashioned bean soup for everyone.
It is estimated that a rape occurs every two minutes in the United States, and that a woman is battered once every nine seconds, and that one of every three girls and one of every five boys will be victimized by a friend or relative.