Anderson Township

Environment
4:41 pm
Thu October 30, 2014

Proposed Anderson Township mine halted

CABOOM has been fighting the proposed mine for six years.
Credit CABOOM

Six years after Martin Marietta filed plans to build an underground limestone mine, the group opposing it, Citizens Against Blasting on Our Miami (CABOOM) found out Thursday it has been successful in its bid to stop the mine.

Hamilton County Judge Robert Ruehlman scolded the Anderson Township Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) for rubber stamping an earlier decision to allow the mine without even reading it. He said, "For these reasons, this court reverses the second decision of the Anderson Township BZA."

Martin Marietta could still appeal.

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HUUC in Anderson Twp.
1:00 am
Fri September 26, 2014

A preview of the 3rd Annual Labyrinth Arts Festival

The Labyrinth Arts Festival in Anderson Township is entering its third year and it has become one of the area’s more unique gatherings of artists and craftspeople. Organizers Chris Burroughs and Laura Provard join Robyn Carey-Allgeyer to share what visitors will discover at the event on October 11.

Anderson Twp.
1:00 am
Fri August 29, 2014

"Tiki Man" is the new book from local author Thomas Atkinson

Local author Thomas Atkinson spends a few minutes with our Barbara Gray to talk about his new novel, Tiki Man, and short story, Scrap.

Anderson Twp.
1:00 am
Fri June 27, 2014

Local playwright Thomas Atkinson part of New Works Festival in New Mexico

Anderson Township author and playwright Thomas Atkinson recently came in our studio to talk with Rick Pender about how his newest play, Battling the Ghost of Max Schmelling, was selected by the FUSION Theatre Co. of New Mexico to be showcased in their recently completed New Works Festival.

Anderson Township
1:30 am
Fri October 4, 2013

Labyrinth Arts Festival returns on October 12 to Heritage Universalist Unitarian Church

Anderson Township’s Heritage Universalist Unitarian Church is presenting the Labyrinth Arts Festival on Saturday, October 12 at the church on Newtown Road. As Rebecca Pace, the church’s facilities coordinator and Chris Burroughs, chair of the event, explain to Robyn Carey-Allgeyer, this is a smaller, more intimate fine arts festival, allowing art enthusiasts and shoppers to meet and interact with many of the artists.

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