The night was so humid you could almost see the moisture suspended in the air. But that did not stop the members of 12 Relay For Life teams from completing their 18-hour mission at Glen Este High School June 24-25.
New Cuts in federal funding for schools are being felt locally. At their regular meeting on June 20, Batavia School Board members discussed the repercussions of the cutbacks.
Another round of layoffs have been announced at what was once Clermont County
It was like a scene straight out of
Volunteers from several local organizations got together Tuesday, June 14, to clean up a section of the East Fork of the Little Miami River in Batavia Township.
Bethel residents and business owners have been stuck in a hairy situation, said Susan Conley, owner of the Bethel Hairitage, a beauty salon in the village.
A long legal battle between a nude dance club and Union Township reached a potential end June 21 with a sixth district court of appeals verdict upholding the township
David staved off Goliath for the fourth straight year in Clermont County with another series of top honors for the Clermont County Office of Public Information in the national arena.
A few hundred well-wishers gathered June 21 at the Clermont County Fairgrounds to celebrate the life of Lance Corporal Nick Erdy, 21, who died in Iraq on May 11.
The Clermont Chamber of Commerce announced the appointment of a new president of their organization Monday during a legislative luncheon held at the Holiday Inn at Eastgate. The luncheon, which featured two speakers, Ohio Senate President Doug White and Ohio State Representative Jeanne Schmidt, served as an ideal forum amongst Clermont County’s movers and shakers in the business and development world for the long-awaited announcement.