Who’s up for some Spring/Summer fun? Memorial Day is just around the corner and Loveland is made for Summer fun! We treasure the bike trail, but we often forget that just down the trail lies a nother wonderful family activity! Loveland Canoe & Kayak is celebrating the 10th year under Bersani management. They are open for the season
The Loveland Police Division has filed charges against five individuals for their involvement in the graffiti incidents in Loveland. A total of forty-five counts of criminal mischief have been filed in Hamilton County Juvenile Court and Loveland Magistrate Court.
The investigation began in March of 2012 after the graffiti began showing up on buildings, street signs, electrical boxes, and railroad control boxes throughout Loveland. Officers used surveillance cameras, undercover and directed patrols in attempts to catch the suspects.
Officer Anthony Pecord took a personal interest in the case and spearheaded the investigation. …
The Loveland Police Division is partnering with the Ohio Department of Public Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to encourage motorists to buckle up. Seat belts are the single most effective piece of safety equipment in a vehicle, yet the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration observational studies show that nearly one out of five Americans still fail to wear a seat belt when driving or riding in a motor vehicle.
Increased law enforcement activity will be conducted during the 2013 Click It or Ticket mobilization period from May 20 …
After Prom Open House
You are invited to the Loveland After Prom Open House on Saturday, May 18, at Loveland High School from 8-10 p.m. This year’s theme is Backstage Pass.
After Prom is a drug and alcohol free safe environment for our junior and senior students. We provide an evening of entertainment, food, games and prizes.
Open House is a time for the community to visit the high school to view our decorations and gift baskets and to try some of the games.
Please come and preview this great event for our students!
-submitted by Misty Cheshire
May and June Cocktails & Clay
Whistle Stop Clay works has had to add overflow nights for Cocktails & Clay!
Friday, May 31st – SOLD OUT
Saturday, June 1st – Space available
Friday, June 28th – SOLD OUT
Saturday, June 29th – Space available
Don’t miss out on this fun event, call now 513-683-CLAY (2529) or register online www.whistlestopclayworks.com to reserve your spot!
Power up for Summer Reading with a free coney from Gold Star
The Public Library and Gold Star Chili want to reward you for participating in Summer Reading! Stop by a participating library branch location to visit the Gold Star Chilimobile, register for Summer Reading, and get a free cheese coney! All ages are invited to sign up at one of the Chilimobile events or go to www.cincinnatilibrary.org/summerread.
12 p.m. Monday, July 15, at the Loveland Branch, 649 Loveland-Madeira Road, 513-369-4476.
All ages – from preschool through adult – can participate in Summer Reading. Sign up at one of three special events this year featuring the Gold Star Chilimobile.
On May 6, 2013, the City of Loveland’s Building and Zoning Office received among the highest ratings offered to building departments by the Insurance Services Office (ISO) after months of review.
ISO reaffirmed the City of Loveland Class 3 rating for both residential and commercial properties. Among communities in Ohio, the Class 3 rating places Loveland in the 72nd percentile for residential and the 87th percentile for commercial, meaning the City of Loveland is a clear leader in ensuring the safety of our residential and commercial structures when compared to our …
Next week, in observation of Crosswalk Safety Week in the City of Loveland, pedestrians and motorists are encouraged to familiarize themselves with crosswalk laws and safety tips to ensure crosswalk safety throughout the community. Drivers are reminded that it is the duty of the operator of a vehicle to yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian lawfully crossing the roadway within any crosswalk in the City. Pedestrians also are reminded not to suddenly leave a curb or other place of safety and walk or run into the path of a …
The Loveland-Symmes Fire Department and Loveland Police Division will oversee a mock car accident and investigation program organized by Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) for Loveland High School juniors and seniors on Thursday, May 16. The program will begin at 1:00 p.m. in the rear parking lot of Loveland High School.
The program will feature wrecked vehicles and a response and investigation of the scene by Loveland’s first responders. The Loveland Police Division will oversee a mock arrest of a student for driving under the influence. The Loveland-Symmes Fire Department will …