The Clermont County Task Force will meet on April 27 to finalize plans for the May 4 National Day of Prayer. The National Day of Prayer was organized by a joint effort of Congress in 1952.
Continuing their efforts to improve the quality of life for Clermont County residents, Clermont 20/20, Inc. and Clean and Green Collaborative are looking for volunteers to participate in the 8th Annual Clean and Green Spring Litter Pick-up.
Although the matter is still in the process of being worked out, the Bethel Village Council announced during its April 10 meeting that business owners in the village should expect to pay for the cost of electricity supplied to their property, even if that electricity was supplied through to an inappropriate practice on the part of the village.
In an effort to keep up with the rising need for affordable senior housing, Clermont County Senior Services recently began work on acquiring a grant to build a new senior independent living facility.
An apparent murder/suicide attempt in the early morning hours Monday, April 17 resulted in the injury of the attacker, according to the Clermont County Sheriff
The state requirement to select a deputy director for the Clermont County Board of Elections remains unfulfilled after an April 18 meeting, in which the vote over veteran deputy director Kathy Jones once again ended split along party lines.
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Senior citizens from around the county will soon have another chance to gather for fun and learning at the third annual Super Senior Saturday, sponsored by the Milford Miami Township Chamber of Commerce.
The Union Township Fire Department took a giant leap toward the purchase of a new thermal imaging camera with a donation by American Legion Post 72 at the April 11 meeting.
On April 15, Bethel Mayor David Simpson, along with Clermont 20/20, Inc. student representatives and the Easter Bunny, officially opened Burke Park for the season. Many people showed up for the ribbon cutting ceremony and all of the planned activities. After the Mayor officially opened the park, the Easter Bunny led the children in an Easter egg hunt. Following that, there were outdoor games and activities. There was also a free lunch.