Hundreds of students, parents and visiting veterans turned out to honor Memorial Day last Friday at the 29th annual Willowville Memorial Day Parade. The yearly event on Schoolhouse Road continued a tradition of growth and excitement as students from every grade level in the elementary school contributed to the day
Supporters of mental health treatment in the county are jazzed about being wined and dined this week. The second annual Jazz in June benefit will be held June 8 to benefit the Clermont Counseling Center.
While Clermont County may not be known for the sight of people sleeping in the street or on park benches, the issue of homelessness continues to be a growing problem for many Clermont County residents.
While other Ohio counties and states around the nation are seeing news of illegal immigrant roundups, there is little chance of a similar activity being executed in Clermont County, said Sheriff Tim Rodenberg. According to a statement issued by Sheriff Rodenberg, there has been little to no activity or issues involving illegal immigrants in the county, and there is little cause to believe that there will be any in the near future.
The American Micro Products Company in Batavia held its second annual Nascar Days on May 20. There were games, door prizes, and a raffle. A car from the Kentucky Speedway and three other local dirt track race cars were there for everyone to see.
A Williamsburg High School teacher received an unexpected class interruption last week when an Air Force recruiter stopped in to deliver a high honor. Rick Healey, a technology teacher at Williamsburg, was honored as an outstanding technology teacher, an honor that Healey said that he didn
A day of celebration, education, and support for our military, their families, and the community was held on the Clermont College campus May 20. In honor of Armed Forces Day, Operation Spotlight Military was created by Event Coordinator Mia Supe.
At its annual community breakfast May 18, the University of Cincinnati Clermont College dedicated its new West Woods Academic Center building with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The West Woods Academic Center, which is the fifth building built on the campus in six years, is a two-story, 14,000 square foot addition at the west end of the Peter-Jones Building, connected via a two-story bridge.
This week, the federal government has been making every effort to take a bite out of crime, and hopefully reduce the amount of drool as well.
The Bethel Village Council presented its first reading of a new ordinance that, if adopted, could lead to the construction of a new municipal building for the village.