BY JOE WESSELSLoveland Local News LOVELAND, Ohio — Significant street resurfacing is beginning this morning in downtown Loveland, likely causing more traffic difficulties. “No parking” signs have been hung around downtown and big dump trucks [Read More ➡️]
In early March, just as Ohioans were learning about the first cases of novel coronavirus in the state, Anna Bondar’s grandfather fell at his Cleveland home.
Luckily, the 92-year old, who lives with dementia, wasn’t injured badly.
The tight-knit family started to discuss the possibility of a nursing home, though they had serious reservations. [Read More ➡️]
This isn’t the worst flooding Loveland has ever seen. Not by a long shot.
“They’ve had it where it has covered Nisbet Park before,” said Otto Huber, Loveland-Symmes Fire Department chief, as he surveyed the water rising from the Linda J. Cox Trailside Parking lot next to Loveland Canoe and Kayak, a river outfitter. “Water comes up from O’Bannon Creek and it’s water all over.” [Read More ➡️]
Next week the market anticipates returning to the Linda Cox parking lot and having regular walk-through service. He said pre-order service will continue for those who would prefer to do it that way. [Read More ➡️]
The Warren County edition of the 22-Ohio county Free Ohio Now protest originally planned for downtown Loveland – which is in Clermont County – Saturday has been moved to Lebanon, Warren’s county seat.
Protesters will now gather at the corner of Main and S. Broadway streets, near the Lebanon City Hall and The Golden Lamb restaurant.
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