Help for the victims of Hurricane Katrina has been pouring out of the tri-state area. Aid agencies, shelters, the Department of Job and Family Services and other groups have been working around the clock to ensure everyone who has sought refuge in the area finds the support they need.
A flawless and concerted effort by West Clermont Schools staff and the Union Township Police Department turned a potential debacle into a safe and successful drill last week.
An open house was held at the Ohio National Guard Armory in Felicity Sunday, Sept. 11. The armory is home to a company of the 216th Engineering Battalion, whose members returned from Iraq in February of this year.
Hundreds of children at Pattison Elementary School, 5330 South Milford Road, donned red plastic firefighter helmets Friday, Sept. 9 to honor the 4th anniversary of Sept. 11.
The village of Bethel will soon be sending one of its own police officers to help aid in the recovery of those areas devastated by hurricane Katrina.
Five round tables adorned with red plastic sheets that covered most of the table top sat under a white tent just off Main Street in Batavia this weekend.
A local volunteer group in the village of Batavia feels as though they have been shunned by the village.
Folks looking for some great local food won
Visitors to the 2005 Taste of Clermont may get the opportunity to send troops in Iraq a word of support.