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MONTGOMERY

Work continues on the Montgomery & Pfeiffer Road project. Portions of the brick...

FRIDAY

Work continues on the Montgomery & Pfeiffer Road project. Portions of the brick paver sidewalks were removed, incl. excavation of the roadway for the right turn lane, and sub-based material and storm water infrastructure were installed. The expected completion date on this project is June 30.

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BLUE ASH

Two Blue Ash residents rode to school in style today! Alyssa Uhlman was the winn...

FRIDAY

Two Blue Ash residents rode to school in style today! Alyssa Uhlman was the winner of the Public Works Ride to School contest. Alyssa chose to ride in the City's new Vac-Con truck and also invited her brother, Luke, to ride along with her. Blue Ash's Service Superintendent Josh DeHart picked Alyssa and Luke up from their home and drove them to school where they were greeted by their principal. Congratulations Alyssa!

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SYCAMORE

There's still time to be a part of the Sycamore Athletic Boosters annual golf ou...

TUESDAY

There's still time to be a part of the Sycamore Athletic Boosters annual golf outing on Saturday, May 8. Check out the Boosters website for more info. www.sycamoreathleticboosters.comWelcome to another great year of Aviators sports and our annual membership drive. Our student-athletes benefit from first-class facilities and...

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BLUE ASH

Join the City of Blue Ash on Monday, May 25 as we honor the brave men and women...

FRIDAY

Join the City of Blue Ash on Monday, May 25 as we honor the brave men and women who have served our country.

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SYCAMORE

New Board of Education member Paul Balent (center) was sworn in at last night's...

THURSDAY

New Board of Education member Paul Balent (center) was sworn in at last night's Board of Education meeting. Welcome Paul!

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MONTGOMERY

Did you know that the home of Paul Diekmeyer Jewelery, 9426 Shelly Lane, used to...

FRIDAY

Did you know that the home of Paul Diekmeyer Jewelery, 9426 Shelly Lane, used to sit on the northwest corner of the intersection of Montgomery and Cooper Roads? The Pure Oil Gas Station was built in 1931 and is a cottage style design. In 1958, Marion (Shelly) Kjellenberg, publisher of the local newspaper, bought the station and had it moved to this location, saving it from demolition. Only a handful of these stations remain nationwide. The building represents both a vanishing architectural style and a way of life.

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  • Mon May 25

    Memorial Day - Sycamore Schools District Offices Closed

  • Mon May 25

    Sycamore Schools - No School

  • Mon May 25

    BAMSO - Memorial Day Concert with Cincinnati Youth Symphony Concert Orchestra

  • Mon May 25

    Memorial Day MORE

  • Thu May 28

    Sycamore Junior High Spring Concert

  • Wed Jun 03

    Edwin H. Greene Intermediate 6th Grade Celebration

  • Wed Jun 03

    Blue Ash Elementary 4th Grade Celebration

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