Almost overnight, the regional weather went from hot and humid with 80 and 90-degree days to a much more fall-like atmosphere, with days now chilly and nippy with highs in the 50s and 60s: winter is coming, but what kind of season will it...
An employee of the Georgetown Pizza Hut was taken to Southwest Regional Medical Center Sunday night after she was assaulted by a man attempting to rob the establishment.
The Brown County Medical Reserve Corps Unit is planning a non-medical CPR/AED training certification event for members 4:45 p.m. Tuesday Oct. 21 at Georgetown Church of Christ. Registration will start 4:15 p.m. A light meal, open forum of information...
Kinkead Ridge Winery was inducted into the Cincinnati Culinary Hall of Fame, which honors individuals who have shaped regional culinary heritage, on Sept. 9. The event was held at the Hilton Netherland Hotel, in the Hall of Mirrors.
The Toot'n Tell annual dance will be held Sept. 27 in the multi-purpose building at the Clermont County Fairgrounds in Owensville. The doors will open 6:30 p.m. with music beginning 7:30 p.m.
WILMINGTON – Brittany N. Reynolds Palmer, of Bethel, is the recipient of a $9,800 Academic Achievement Scholarship to attend Wilmington College.
The Clermont Chapter of the PERI will meet at the Batavia Township hall 11:30 a.m. Wednesday Sept. 17. This will be a brown bag lunch. The election of officers will also take place.
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Howdy Folks;Ruth Ann is doing good. She had a bout with wanting to sleep, the diet for the food has helped her to get over this and getting back to feeling good.
LIMA — The intense manhunt for two inmates who escaped the Oakwood prison Thursday evening began seconds after they scaled the first security fence, setting off an alarm.
Child Focus, Inc., a non-profit specializing in health resources for more than 5,000 youths from the prenatal stages to young adulthood, has been in the process of integrating their mental health services with primary care locations, including...
Ohio's state auditor says that an additional reporting requirement for local governments to add future healthcare liabilities to their annual reports “would inaccurately state the position of the government and would be...
A large crowd turned out for Wilson Sroufe VFW Post 9772 first Car Show. The event was held in Mt. Orab Park on Sunday, Sept. 7. Visitors viewed the classic cars while listening to rock and roll music played by DJ Joe Lauders of Lauders DJ Service.
A new world record was broken at the kickoff party for the Old West Festival, which was held Thursday, Sept. 4 at the Eastgate Jungle Jim's location.
Midland Funding vs. Julie Adams, other civilMidland Funding vs. Stefanie Attinger, other civilLVNV Funding vs. Steve Ruby, other civilCincinnati Insurance Co. vs. Gary York, other torts (personal injury)
Tucker Lyle Patten, 20, Mt. Orab, warehouse and cashier and Emily Gayle Bingaman, 21, Mt. Orab, homemakerBenjamin Ryan Hoop, 29, welder and Christian Paige Kirker, 24, Bethel, dental assistant
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Rachel Smith has completed real estate courses at Hondros College of Business in Cincinnati. She has since passed the Ohio Real Estate Licensing Exam and is currently working as a sales associate at Ring Real Estate, located on West Grant Ave in...
Patrick M. Hornschemeier, Trustee to Wayne C. and Debra M. Adkins, 2.13 acres, Lewis Twp., $37,333James D. and Carol T. Fahrnbach to Barbara L. Smucker, Lot 599, Lake Lorelei, $355,350
Cody Robert Dawes, 23, Mt. Orab, machinist and Stephanie Nicole McMullen, 22, Mt. Orab, KrogerJames Brandon Weisner, 31, Russellville, river captain and Rebecca Anna Marie Sutton, 21, Russellville, nurse
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Pisgah Ridge Christian Church will host the 104th Homecoming beginning 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14.
Georgetown United Methodist Church will begin a three-part series on how to live in today's world. The series is called the “3 Rs - Real, Ready and Relevant.”
The Brown County Board of Commissioners met in regular session Sept. 3 with the following members present: Barry Woodruff, President; Daryll Gray, Member.
My apologies for no “news” the last few weeks. My schedule has been somewhat chaotic and throw in the holiday and that's all she wrote…or didn't write in this case.
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