June 5-9 was the Habitat For Humanity Home Builders Blitz Week. The blitz is an effort to construct 400 homes nationwide during this one week. In the greater Cincinnati area, three homes will be built this week from foundation to completion. One will be built in Latonia, Ky., one in Lawrenceburg, Ind., and the third one in New Richmond.
Harold Walters Jr. has taken a seat on the Amelia Village Council. At council
The Village of Neville dedicated a new park/walking trail and boat ramp on June 4. The celebration marked the dual dedication of the Village of Neville
Do you like good music? Do you have a thing for the way a breeze feels when it
Batavia resident Bob Russ has started his own sign business called Little Miami Signs. Last summer, the lifelong Clermont County resident got the news of a downsizing at 3M Precision Optics where he had been employed for many years.
Supporters of mental health treatment in the county got jazzed about being wined and dined last week. The second annual Jazz in June benefit was held on June 8 to benefit the Clermont Counseling Center.
Clermont teens will have the opportunity to learn about law enforcement at several junior police academies being held this summer.
The 44th annual Milford Frontier Days were once again in full swing June 1-4. The festival kicked off on June 1 with the Frontier Days parade. According to the Milford Miami Township Chamber of Commerce, the Frontier Days parade is the largest parade in this part of the country.
Hundreds of eager animal lovers gathered May 26 at the Cincinnati Zoo to take part in the grand opening of a new Australian-themed exhibit featuring a wide variety of animals from the land down under.
Fair housing is a program that helps people realize just what is legal and not concerning housing issues. The program is designed to fight discrimination on issues such as race or sex, and to help people with disabilities find the type of housing help they need.