The Fine Arts Fund of Greater Cincinnati will be holding its 20th annual fine arts sampler weekend on Feb. 11-12 to kick off its annual fund-raising campaign. The sampler weekend, Cincinnati
As part of an ongoing push to drive the economics of Clermont County to a more prosperous level, the Clermont County Commissioners announced Jan. 19 that a contract had been made with a local private sector economic development group to plot the county
God bless the bravery of a three-year-old girl. Eva Williams, 3, along with her father, mother and younger brother, reunited Jan. 18 with the three firefighters who rescued her from a slick situation on Dec. 10. That afternoon, Eva learned the hard way what it means to be on thin ice.
At Clermont Northeastern Elementary School, third and fourth graders recently celebrated their second annual
A committee formed by the Bethel Village Council proposed at the Jan. 23 meeting that the village pursue the formation of a charter. The proposal, made by councilman John Swarthout, was made in the hopes that a charter would update and streamline the way Bethel is governed.
Just days before Ford rocked the region with the announcement that they were closing the Batavia Transmission plant, the Board of Clermont County Commissioners announced the acquisition of 30 acres of land, with 70 more under contract, to create an office park in Union Township.
In order to raise awareness about dog registration, adoptable pets, and proper pet care, the Clermont County Auditor
The future has grown more uncertain for workers at Batavia Transmission, as well as for residents of Clermont County, with the announcement Monday morning at 10:30 a.m. that Ford intends to close the plant and cease all operations from it. The closure, which would take place sometime in 2008, will essentially eliminate the 1,745 jobs currently in place at the plant.
The village of Amelia has decided to hire Michael Reed, of Pt. Pleasant, to recreate their Web site. The web site was originally created by elementary school students as a class project.
A Batavia man was arrested Jan. 11 after the Milford Police investigated a forged prescription report at Krogers. According to police, Ronald B. Peveler, 43, of Bas Road in Batavia, was arrested for forging prescriptions and is also facing other charges.