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.
The Clermont County YMCA will be slipping gracefully into it
Uncertain funding and diminishing tax dollars have prompted the Clermont County Public Library to institute a charge for some of the movies available at area branches for public consumption.
Nearly 20 years of yuletide tradition will kick off again on Dec. 9-10 in Williamsburg with the annual
Voters within the Milford Exempted Village School district will be faced with a call for help this May when the district will in all likelihood run out of operating funds.
The board of Batavia Township Trustees met in executive session with their law director on Nov. 28, a meeting which they later confirmed was to discuss legal matters concerning the possible formation of Tax Increment Financing districts within the township.
The Board of Batavia Township Trustees is putting out a call for interested township residents to fill vacancies on the board of zoning appeals. The BZA, which works within the township
The village of New Richmond is set to honor its 2005 citizens of the year. The ceremony, which will be held at the gazebo in New Richmond at on Dec. 2 at 6:30 p.m., will spotlight John Hale and his late wife Peggy as, said New Richmond Mayor Terry Durrette,
Councilman Jim Weaver of the village of Williamsburg has tentatively completed his