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Pi Day observed by students in Williamsburg

Pi, that illustrious, irrational, and infinite mathematical constant, was celebrated at the Williamsburg local school district March 14. Pi Day, as it has come to be known, has become a national math holiday and the Williamsburg middle and high school students have been participating in the event for the last eight years. One class of Williamsburg math achievement students, who celebrated Pi during the whole week with activities concentrating on circles and their formulas, were challenged by Kellerman to open up a business, sell Pi T-shirts, and give some of the proceeds to the leukemia/lymphoma society – but with a sweet twist.

Governor attends TATA grand opening

TATA Consultancy Services, one of the premiere information technology, business solutions, outsourcing, and consulting companies in the world, celebrated the grand opening of its brand new North American Delivery Center in Milford March 17. Attended by many local and state officials, and presided over by Ohio Governor Ted Strickland, the grand opening celebration included an official ribbon-cutting, opening and closing addresses, a lamp-lighting ceremony, and a facility tour.

Sheriff’s Office investigates Tate Township death

The Clermont County Sheriff’s Office has begun an investigation into the death of a Tate Township woman.

Engineer’s Office stayed ahead of last week’s big snow storm

Extraordinarily prepared for all emergency snow events, the Clermont County Engineer’s Office was able to stay on top of the the foot of snow that fell on the county last weekend. “We got hit pretty hard, but we had a plan, we stuck to that plan, and we executed that plan very well,” said county engineer operations deputy Rob Alfieri.

Arrest made in stolen property case

The Clermont County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office announced this week an arrest in a case involving stolen goods. Larry Strong and two juveniles were indicted on charges involving stolen equipment in several counties.

West Clermont Board of Education is exploring its funding options

The defeat of West Clermont’s Issue #7 last week has not deterred the West Clermont Board of Education from beginning to explore other available funding options. The board will be considering how best to proceed with securing the replacement of that needed lost revenue in the coming weeks.

West Clermont board unanimously approves employee contract deal

Members of the West Clermont Education Association (WCEA) have reached a contractual settlement with the West Clermont Board of Education. The Board of Education unanimously approved the contract agreement with the WCEA based upon the recommendation of superintendent Gary Brooks at the board’s regular meeting March 10.

Voters turned out in record numbers

Democrats may or may not be taking a greater hand in politics in Clermont County in 2008. The March 4 primary saw an unexpected rise in the number of voting Democrats, but despite the record turnout, there is little yet that can be determined concerning what it all means.

Meth bust made in Batavia Township

An investigation last week led to a rare sort of meth bust in the county. Deputies searched a house in the culmination of a three-month investigation March 6 and discovered a meth lab on the premises. Two residences in the Greenbriar Estates mobile home park in Batavia Township were searched simultaneously, and each turned up evidence of methamphetamine manufacture.

Skate park progress discussed by Bethel Council

The village of Bethel has held the first meeting in what is hoped to be a continuing process to create a skate park. Councilman Tim Cherry said that the first meeting to get input on a proposed skate park was well-attended by the public, and helped generate a basic plan to flesh out for the park’s creation.

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