By Megan Alley Sun staff The Clermont County Park District will have many new offerings for outdoor enthusiasts this summer. The electricity at Pattison Lodge has been updated, and the kitchen counter and sinks at Harman Cabin will be replaced. According to the park district’s website, almost 22,000 people attended 296 events at these facilities [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley Sun staff This summer a drinking fountain with a dog bowl will be added to Amelia’s off-leash dog park, an improvement funded largely by Mayor Todd Hart performing marriage ceremonies. “I’ve officiated 90 weddings since I was elected in 2012,” said Hart. “I’m the marrying mayor.” Hart raised about $4,000 last year [ Read More ]
By Kelly Doran Sun staff Joel McClure, who allegedly robbed Main Street Salon at knifepoint, pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery. McClure, 44, will be sentenced May 14 and faces anywhere from three to 11 years in jail, said County Prosecutor Vince Faris. McClure allegedly stole money from Main Street Salon in Batavia on March 17 [ Read More ]
May 2015 was named “Foster Care Month” in a proclamation from Clermont County Commissioners on April 22. From left, Clermont County Commissioner Dave Uible, Clermont County Children’s Protective Services staff member Katie Smith, CPS staff member Karen Hargis, CPS staff member Anne Arbaugh, CPS Assistant Director Tim Dick, Job & Family Services Director Judy Eschmann [ Read More ]
May 10 – 16, 2015, was named “Police Week” in a proclamation from Clermont County Commissioners on May 4. From left, Clermont County Commissioner David Uible, Milford Police Chief Jamey Mills representing Clermont County Police Chief and Sheriff’s Association, and Commissioners Ed Humphrey and Bob Proud.
May 7, 2015, was named “A Day of Prayer” throughout Clermont County in a proclamation from Clermont County Commissioners on April 29. From left, Reverend Clark Hess of Milford First United Methodist Church, Pastor John Martin of Life Church Amelia, Lynn Martin and Clermont County Commissioners Ed Humphrey and Bob Proud.
Lily Hathcock of Bethel presents a red carnation to Bethel-Tate Board of Education member Buffy Clements at the meeting on April 29. The carnation represents Hathcock’s request of the board to put a levy on the ballot that would supplement funding for the school district, which will be cutting $1 million in fiscal year 2016 [ Read More ]
A three-car accident at the intersection of state Route 32 and Bauer Road slowed traffic on April 30. The Ohio State Highway Patrol received the call at 10:32 a.m. and cleared the scene at 11:49 a.m. The Batavia Police Department assisted.
A group of third grade students from Batavia Elementary stopped by The Clermont Sun with teacher Julie Brown while on a historical walking tour of the village of Batavia on May 1.
May 2015 was named “Older Americans Month” in a proclamation from Clermont County Commissioners on May 4. From left, Clermont County Commissioner Davie Uible, Executive Director/Chief Operating Officer of Clermont Senior Services Cindy Gramke and Commissioners Ed Humphrey and Bob Proud.