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Local volunteer group feels shunned by village

A local volunteer group in the village of Batavia feels as though they have been shunned by the village.

The Taste of Clermont returns to Batavia

Folks looking for some great local food won

Taste visitors will be able to show support for the troops

Visitors to the 2005 Taste of Clermont may get the opportunity to send troops in Iraq a word of support.

Union Township receives homeland security grant

Union Township Fire Chief Stan Deimling said that his department has accepted a grant in the amount of $268,920 from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that was recently awarded to further training and preparedness for firefighters.

United Way kickoff held

The sounds of a string quartet and sizzling gourmet food marked a posh evening of celebration for the United Way and their supporters during the annual kickoff celebration on Sept. 1.

Eight-year-old Williamsburg girl to lobby at Ohio capital


Batavia Trustees hear from Clermont Senior Services director

About an hour after a ground breaking ceremony for Batavia Township

Groundbreaking held for new Batavia administration building

A portion of a 71-acre expanse off Clough Pike in Batavia Township is being cleared to make room for a new administration building set to open Spring 2006.

Hurricane relief efforts begin in Clermont County

Efforts large and small are being undertaken across Clermont County to help those whose lives have been devastated by Hurricane Katrina.

Man charged with beating man and kidnapping woman

An assault and kidnapping at the Pebble Brook Apartments on Aug. 25 have left one man in serious condition at University Hospital and landed a second in jail.

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