The city of Milford held its regular council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 1. During the session, council members expressed their distaste concerning the proposed House Bill 304.
Two individuals and an organization were recently honored by the Clermont County Chamber of Commerce (CCC) at its annual pacesetter awards banquet.
The Adams Clermont Solid Waste District has announced that Staples will conduct a week-long computer recycling event at its Greater Cincinnati stores from Nov. 12 – Nov. 20.
The Second Annual American Military Cemetery Memorial Service was held at Union Township Veterans Memorial Park Saturday, Nov. 5.
Mental health recovery efforts in the county appear to be in danger of being hampered in the near future after the failure of a tax levy renewal in the Nov. election.
The Clermont County Office of Economic Development has launched a new economic development website highlighting the many amenities the county has to offer businesses.
Exposing the dangers of an unfortunate fad that has swept the county, a documentary concerning the effects of methamphetamines called
The village of Batavia has decided to honor Harris Wright with the Citizen Of The Year award. Mayor John Thebout made the announcement on Monday, Nov. 7 at the Batavia village council meeting.
While the West Clermont Schools bond issue was defeated only narrowly, the margin was wide enough to send the message that several hundred more residents of the district who voted Tuesday were unwilling to provide additional funding for school building projects.
For many Clermont Countians, the pattern is a sad one