Jim Venters, a business development director for the Bracken Ridge Center for Professional Development, celebrated his 50th birthday in an odd fashion. The running enthusiast threw off the prime opportunity to take a day of relaxation and, instead, ran 50 miles in just under 10 hours. The day began for Venters with the 5:13 a.m. kickoff of the run to commemorate his 5:13 a.m. birth some 50 years before.
In a March 24 ceremony at the Smith Martial Arts Academy in Loveland, Grand-Master Randolph Smith, Sr. and Operations Manager R.J. Trustey, donated $250 to the the Greater Cincinnati Eastern Chapter of the YWCA. Accepting the donation on behalf of the YWCA was the Eastern Area House of Peace Domestic Violence Services Director Cara Good and YWCA Court Advocacy Coordinator Laurie Coots.
Over the Rainbow
If you are looking for an evening of fun, entertainment, and fantastic food, look no further than the Clermont Inn. The Clermont Inn Players, a local performing troupe, have been been presenting
Goshen Middle School hosted its annual district God, Flag, and Country Oratory Competition March 4. The three classroom winners were Libby Merfert, 13, Elizabeth Rogers, 13, and Tyler Nants, 14.
Central Joint Fire and Emergency Management Services is currently inviting anyone who lives or works in Batavia or Batavia Township to join its first Citizen Fire Academy. The Academy, which begins April 12 and will last 10 weeks, will hold class every Wednesday night from 6 to 9 p.m. There will be one Saturday class from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A forum held by the Clermont County Affordable Housing Coalition and the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati drew officials from around the region to learn about the latest efforts by the organizations to combat
An unexplained assault in the parking lot of a Clermont County restaurant led to the death of a Clinton County man. According to a press release from the Miami Township Police Department, Robert McClees, 51, died after receiving a single punch to the head as he walked into Pete
Milford City Manager Loretta Rokey announced at city council
Members of the Batavia Township Board of Trustees are hoping to reap the benefit of the recent tax increment financing deal they cut with the county through the construction of some roadways within the township.