Child Focus hosted a discussion group Nov. 18 to discuss the issue of childhood obesity. The lunchtime discussion, the fourth in a series of five to be held in the greater Cincinnati area, is part of a fact-gathering mission to find ways to combat the trend that is affecting more and more children every year.
At the Nov. 14 meeting of the Bethel Village Council, the board approved the purchase of an $18,000 radar and electronic sign package that Administrator Michael Shiversky said would be a versatile tool for the village.
While most Americans are keen to celebrate Thanksgiving, few take the time to reflect on what the name means. However, while many now simply associate Thanksgiving with turkey and big meals, one Bethel family will be sharply aware that they have something to be thankful for.
A recent inspection by Bethel resident Rus Whitley has led to a clearer plan of action for repairs to the aging Bethel municipal building, which has been experiencing somewhat severe leaking issues during rain storms for some time.
Bethel area residents enchanted by heavenly pies or just concerned with helping to pay the medical bills of a young girl can fulfill both wishes at a bake sale and auction being held at the Blue Haven on Nov. 23.
The Clermont County Jail continues to be a state leader in quality operation after an inspection in October garnered another in a string of 100 percent ratings for the facility.
After approximately five years of discussion and vision, the hike/bike trail that is one day expected to link the villages of Williamsburg and Batavia together with East Fork State Park may soon begin to take shape.
The organization known as the Ku Klux Klan has been targeting areas such as Batavia with active membership recruitment.
A six-year-old boy bitten by a dog last week has reportedly been removed from intensive care after suffering severe injuries to his head and neck.
Unforeseen ballot issues have hampered the election process for the second election at the Clermont County Board of Elections.