Every year, Grant Farms, located east of Owensville, gives the people what they want
The Southern Ohio Association of Realtors celebrated the installation of new officers last week at the Eastgate Holiday Inn over breakfast, honoring the accomplishments of the past year and looking ahead to what the new year may bring.
Clermont County and Batavia Township may have reached an agreement concerning the Tax Increment Financing districts that has been a result of legal wrangling and negotiations between the two entities for a couple of months.
A 52-year-old resident of Union Township was recently sentenced to five years of probation after leaving the state with a minor that was not a member of his family.
Amelia has decided to give village employees an extra paid personal day. At the Dec. 5 council meeting, council voted unanimously to add an additional paid personal day to each village employee starting January 1, 2006.
Dock Shannon Jr., 80, of Milford, died on Dec. 4, 2005. He was born on Feb. 2, 1925, the son of the late Dock and Louella Shannon. He was a WWII veteran of the Navy.
The holidays are a time of giving. There are a variety of charitable organizations asking for your help, but it
On Sunday, Dec. 11, Amelia will celebrate its 25th annual Christmas parade with an
In an effort to enhance the experience for a host of Clermont County residents, the former location on Foundry Avenue for services from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles and additional services from the Clermont Auditor and Clermont Common Pleas Court has moved to 457 West Main Street in Batavia.
Sixty-four years ago, Americans were devastated by the tragedy of Pearl Harbor. Today, Clermont County still recognizes these American heroes.