Three Batavia Elementary School students are enjoying a little fame after their individual masterpieces were judged top fare by the Ohio Art Education Association. Currently, the three projects are on display in Columbus where they are a part of the annual Youth Art Month exhibit. The three students, Leah Neff, Elizabeth McRoy and Eric Saylers, each turned in impressive work, said teacher Elissa Luther.
An elaborate if ill-conceived robbery at Dave
While perhaps a bit shy of a Hollywood production, several local actors-for-a-day who participated in the filming of a jury training video for the Clermont County Court of Common Pleas gathered March 9 for a cast party and viewing of the new release.
The Batavia Township Trustees, who have been discussing the possibility of hiring a second full-time sheriff
On May 2, the levy that supports services for abused and neglected children will be placed on the ballot for renewal. According to McCartney, the levy has been an ongoing measure approved by Clermont County voters for about 20 years.
The Amelia Village Council decided at its March 20 meeting to establish a cemetery fund. The move was made in response to past complaints from residents concerning the appearance of the local cemeteries.
An alleged trespassing dispute led to the death of a Union Township boy Sunday when he was reportedly shot by a neighbor. Larry Mugrage, 15, was killed after being shot by 66-year-old Charles Martin after Martin said that the boy stepped into his suburban Union Township yard.
East Fork State Park, the family and friends of Matt Maupin and the rowing enthusiasts of Clermont County are looking for a few good rocks, and the helping hands to lift them.
With the minutes ticking down towards a May 2 election, the Clermont County Board of Elections will not only be facing the voting public with a new system of voting, but also with a new man at the helm. Mike Keeley, who was recently named the new Director of the Board of Elections, will be the public face for the office that administers elections in Clermont County.
A northern Kentucky family recently learned that, when a bunch of people want to spend time making a few home improvements for you, it never pays to take the kindness of strangers for