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UC Clermont College hires development director

Tremendous student enrollment growth over the last five years at UC Clermont College recently prompted college officials to create a new positions designed to strengthen the college

Seniors make afghans for county foster children

The Lois Brown Dale Senior Center will soon be losing one of its most active members. Rita Jennings, a regular fixture at the senior center for the past five years, is moving to Florida with her family.

3M Precision Optics to eliminate 150 job

Shifting technology has forced 3M Precision Optics, a television lens manufacturer in Union Township, to eliminate 150 hourly jobs next month.

Township officials accused of threatening eminent domain

The Union Township Trustees meeting held on Sept. 13 was dominated by accusations that township officials were engaging in shady tactics to complete their agenda.

Road rage incident sends two to hospital

Two Goshen men are recovering from injuries received after a West Chester man went on a bizarre, drunken rampage in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Nearly 90 delinquent parents netted in roundup

Finishing off one of their most successful years ever, the Clermont County office of Job and Family Services reported netting nearly 90 delinquent parents in their annual child support offender roundup.


At first glance it is obvious that Loveland Primary and Elementary schools are special.

Tall sunflowers, delicate daisies and bundles of produce shoot up from every possible place on the grounds of the campus located at 550 Loveland-Maderia Road.

Batavia schools brace for long-term cuts in funding

The Batavia Board of Education discussed the state

Mercy Hospital Clermont set to expand campus

Mercy Hospital Clermont will embark this month on an $18 million expansion project. The expansion, which will be done in three phases, is expected to be complete by 2008.

Williamsburg girl spearheading legislative effort

There was standing room only in a Columbus, Ohio Statehouse Senate hearing room Tuesday, Sept. 13, as nine people stood before the Senate Insurance, Commerce, and Labor Committee detailing their struggle with insurance companies not covering the cost of their diabetes supplies.

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