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New community center dedicated

The Batavia Township Board of Trustees dedicated the new community center July 16. The dedication ceremony began with a ribbon cutting ceremony, with introductory remarks by Clermont County Historian Richard Crawford. Despite the heat, the open house and ceremony attracted about 75 people. Attendees were invited to tour the new $1.4 million, 6,000 square foot building before enjoying ice cream, cake and other refreshments.

Two injured in motorcycle-deer crash

The meeting of an errant deer and a motorcycle resulted in an air care flight for two Cincinnati adults Saturday night.

Owensville resident publishes first book

Owensville resident and first time author Pamela A. Lewis has published

Miami Townhip man charged with violating Ohio

When it comes to supplying alcohol to underage people and underage alcohol consumption, the Miami Township Police Department has zero tolerance.

Wright resigns from Milford post

Milford Assistant City Manager Jeffrey Wright has resigned. His resignation letter was read by Milford Council Clerk Joanne Trilety at the Council meeting July 5.

Donohoo is new Rotary president

Lifelong Batavia resident Daren Donohoo, 36, formally took assumed the office of Batavia Rotary Club President at a

Band may return for Milford kids

The school board of Milford Schools is planning to continue exploration into the usage of an offer by private citizens to fund a band program that was cut from the school budget after an operating levy failed earlier this year.

Man found dead in Tate Township

Clermont County Sheriff

Bethel Mayor in coma after aneurysm

Members of the family of Mayor David Simpson of Bethel are requesting prayer after the mayor collapsed Monday morning due to a brain aneurysm. As of Tuesday afternoon, Simpson remained in critical condition at University hospital, said his daughter, Shanna Seibert, after he slipped into a coma.

Sewer replacement to begin in Milford

When it comes to summer traffic, detours stink, but a plan that could shut down traffic at times in downtown Milford is hoped to come out smelling like roses. A proposed sewer line project that will run down the center of Milford

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