A packed crowd full of questions seemed to be an encouraging sign for members of the Bethel Village Council charter committee who have been seeking input on the creation of a charter form of government for the village.
While owner negligence was in-part to blame for a series of car break-ins over the past few weeks in Miami Township, neighbor vigilance was responsible for catching the thieves in the act on Feb. 2.
Joe Golfman goes about his day much as he has for years: spending time with his great granddaughter, tinkering with things around the house, lending a helping hand to a neighbor in need or working on a miniature model of one of the many war machines that he saw first-hand as a soldier in Patton
Milford Schools Superintendent John Frye has begun to outline more clearly where possible cuts may be made should an upcoming operating levy not be passed by voters. The vote will be held on May 2 for the 7.9 mill levy which, if passed, would cost the owner of a $100,000 home $242 a year.
A chaotic and tumultuous series of events led to an accident and brief police standoff on IR 275 Feb. 2 when a Cincinnati man allegedly beat one man, shot his girlfriend, kidnapped her and then led police on a high-speed chase before crashing and attempting to take his own life.
Nine students from the seventh and eighth grade classes of Felicity Franklin Middle School headed to Columbus Jan. 21 to participate in the National Engineers Week Future City Competition. The students received three special awards: best use of energy, best moving part, and best use of water resources engineering.
The Clermont Chamber of Commerce recognized five businesses Feb. 3 at its annual small business awards luncheon. Marking the event with the participation of around 300 local business and political figures, the celebratory meal also featured a presentation on the development of Cincinnati and the impact that it will have on the region.
The difficult decision on what to do concerning the placement of a new bond levy for West Clermont Schools will be, in part, guided by the residents of the district, said Wendy Planicka, Communications Coordinator for the district.
Lt. Paul Hermes of the Batavia Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol said that a two-month long target enforcement zone along state Route 125 began earlier this week. During the time of the target enforcement, Lt. Hermes said that
Using interactive presentations, movie clips and lots of other cool things that glow or make noise, members of Discover Health Now taught children at Batavia Elementary about how to avoid the playground specter of the bully during a day of special education on Jan. 27.