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Friday, January 30, 2015

McNicholas sophomore named to national soccer team -

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Banasch’s Fabrics – Since 1910 -

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Queen City Coin Laundry -

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Fraud Alert: Duke Energy -

Friday, January 23, 2015

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    McNicholas sophomore named to national soccer team

    McNicholas High School’s Sophie Gorman joined elite players from the United States on the NSCA All-American Team. Each year, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) names an All-American team from the thousands of women’s high school soccer players across the country. “Being named an All American was amazing,’ Gorman said. “I didn’t understand the significance until I started getting congrats from the people around me, even including my old coaches.” Gorman is one of only two sophomores of the 44 players named for the honor. The honorees received special recognition at an awards ceremony in Philadelphia on January…

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    Banasch’s Fabrics – Since 1910

    The new location of one of our Cincinnati favorites is right here in Anderson Township   8320 Beechmont Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio (513) 731-5757 “We are so excited to relocate the store in Anderson Township and keep the tradition of Banaschs Fabrics alive. The retail spot we selected on Beechmont offers great visibly, traffic, and a great surrounding community. We hope to have a long and successful business endeavor here in Anderson Township.” – Jen Machenheimer, owner Banasch’s Fabrics opened its doors in 1910 selling fine fabrics to tailors, seamstresses, and designers. One hundred years later they are still providing those…

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    Fraud Alert: Duke Energy

    Thank you to Corporal David S. Boiman, Hamilton County Sheriff’s District 5 Fraud Alert! Beware of recent fraudulent activity targeted at Duke Energy customers Recent scams in Duke Energy’s service territories have left some customers out of money. These customers were scammed by individuals or companies claiming to represent Duke Energy. Duke Energy reminds you to protect yourself by contacting us and local law enforcement if you suspect or experience fraudulent activity. Based on current events, Duke Energy has formed this list of fraud prevention tips to protect customers: Occasionally, Duke Energy MAY call you to discuss your account. If…

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    Daddy Daughter Dance presented by ATPD

    Annual Daddy Daughter Dance from the Anderson Township Parks District ages 2-12 Girls spend a magical evening with their dads or the special guy in their life. Take your special date out to eat, and then come to the dance later for desserts and snacks. A free, professional photo will be provided at the dance to each girl registered. Additional photo packages will be available for purchase. This event is first come, first served. Space is limited! 2015 Dates Times Dance #1: Friday, Feb. 13 6:30-8:30 p.m. Dance #2: Saturday, Feb. 14 2:30-4:30 p.m. Dance #3: Saturday, Feb. 14 6:30-8:30…

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    Anderson Towne Center Development Plans

    Plans Submitted for the Redevelopment of a Portion of the Anderson Towne Center Victory Investments, owner of the Anderson Towne Center, has submitted plans to redevelop the northern portion of the Anderson Towne Center, including partial demolition of the former Kmart and TGI Fridays. The redevelopment proposal entails construction of a new nine-cinema 47,500 square foot dining style Carmike theater, redeveloping approximately 45,000 square feet of the former Kmart for a 25,000 square foot upscale fitness center with  approximately 43,000 square feet of additional retail and restaurant space.  This includes an out lot development on Five Mile, expansion of the…



Meth Lab Explodes in Vehicle

Jan 30, 2015

One pot meth lab explodes in vehicle in Anderson Township Anderson Twp, Ohio, January 29, 2015 – Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil reports a one pot meth lab that exploded inside a vehicle in Anderson Township on January 29, 2015. At approximately 7:15 P.M., Sheriff’s Deputies and the Anderson Township Fire Department were dispatched to the parking lot of the Remke/biggs grocery store at 5218 Beechmont Avenue for a report of a vehicle fire involving a 2000 Dodge Durango. When Sheriff’s Deputies arrived, they discovered the fire had extinguished itself. However, a witness described seeing an explosion occur inside the…


Queen City Coin Laundry

Jan 25, 2015

Providing the community with a clean, safe, fast and friendly place to do their laundry Queen City Coin Laundry is a family owned and operated business right here on the east side of Cincinnati, Ohio. The owner was raised on the east side of town and is still proud to be a resident of the local Cincinnati Community. Since the age of 5 years old, the owner dreamed of owning his own business and treating his customers with unmatched personal attention. In a day and age where customer service has been tossed aside by most companies, Queen City Coin Laundry…

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Affordable Care Act Lunch & Learn

Jan 14, 2015

Find out how you may be impacted by the Affordable Care Act The Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce and H&R Block are ready to help you understand the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you! Whatever you call it – The Affordable Care Act, ACA, ObamaCare, Health Care Reform – it’s all the same. It can be confusing too. H&R Block will walk you through all you need to know to find out if your taxes or your refund are impacted. Free to attend and open to the public! When Tuesday, January 20, 2015 12:00pm – 1:00pm Where Anderson…



Local Couple Honored by Literacy Network

Local Trustee, Josh Gerth, and his wife Melissa, named Literacy Network’s 2015 Handbags for Hope Honorary Chair Couple! From Kim Raterman McDermott, Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati The Literacy Network is proud to name Josh and Melissa Gerth as the Honorary Chair Couple of their 4th annual Handbags for Hope event. Literacy Network President Kathy A. Ciarla stated, “Handbags for Hope is a fantastic night that brings people together to celebrate literacy in our city. A highlight of my evening will be thanking this year’s Honorary Chair Couple, Josh & Melissa Gerth, for their dedication to improving literacy and Josh’s…


The Yellow Ribbon Support Center

The Yellow Ribbon Support Center is a non-profit organization that has sent over 22,700 packages to our troops serving in harm’s way since August, 2004. The Center also provides support for other local military and veteran groups as well as scholarships for military and their families, in memory of SSG Keith “Matt” Maupin. The Yellow Ribbon Support Center was founded by the parents of SSG Keith “Matt” Maupin after he was captured by insurgents in Iraq on April, 9th 2004, to keep his face in the conscience of those most able to find him, his brothers and sisters in arms….


Inter Parish Ministry volunteer gives back

From Karen Durand: Once a month, on a Monday night Tracey Abrams arrives, along with her 5 year old daughter Ava, to take her volunteer shift at Inter Parish Ministry’s (IPM) Choice Food Pantry in Newtown. This single working mother of 3 finds time to volunteer to give back to an organization that once gave so much to her children. Tracey found herself suddenly single with bills to pay and children to feed about four years ago. Through referral she found the help she needed at IPM. Tracey received food, clothing, financial assistance to pay an electric bill and other…


Anderson Tree Lighting has a special meaning

A very special tree filled with a lifetime of memories Donors are the Benassi Family The tree was planted at their home in 1984 by Matthew (Matt) Buehler who at the time was a student at Hocking Tech. However he was an alum from Summit Elementary, Anderson Middle and Anderson HS as well as the cherished son of neighbors and friends of the Benassi’s. For years they had to be very careful not to mow the tree down, as it was truly only a sapling, struggling to thrive and as everyone will see on Saturday, thrive it did into a…