JTM Food Group broke ground again at their Harrison campus on Saturday, Jan. 7, in preparation to build another facility which will provide the food company with the ability to produce nearly 1.5 millions pounds of products each year.

The Harrison Branch of the Cincinnati Public Library has a history reaching back in time to 1880. When the village was just thirty years old, a private Library Association was formed in Harrison under independent ownership and dues.

Harrison Finance Director Catherine Stockoff finds it refreshing to be in a job where the city was already financially stable.

Catherine Stockoff finds it refreshing to be in a job where the city was already financially stable.

The Brookville native started as financial director for the city of Harrison in November, and already has found herself in the throes of the job. The first few weeks at the job were spent writing out the budget for 2017.

Abby working hard at Skyline. She prefers working in the dish room instead of the dining room because it is quieter.

When Abby Keenan was diagnosed with Autism at age 3 her parents worried about  what would happen to her as an adult. After being a student at Harrison High School and Abby met Jamie Johnson and Emily Holbert, the intervention specialist, her parents decided Abby will be all right in life.

Marc Emral/The Journal Press: Unilock Inc. general manager Glen Wiley speaks to the Hamilton County Rural Zoning Commission Dec. 15. Unilock wants to build a plant to manufacture pavers and retaining walls on 39.9 acres of land in Harrison Township.

Residents of he Candle Light Mobile Home Park in Harrison Township are being given notice they will probably have to move - in about seven years.

That is what came out of a Hamilton County Rural Zoning Commission hearing Thursday, Dec. 15, after a request from Unilock Inc. to rezone the property was continued until next month.

Marc Emral/The Journal-Press: Trish Schwing stands with her father-in-law Lowell Schwing in front of the Hamilton County Rural Zoning Commission asking for a zoning change so Lowell can reopen his bicycle shop on Harrison Avenue. The commission OK’d the zone change.

A bicycle shop will soon return to Harrison Avenue.

The Hamilton County Rural Zoning Commission gave its OK for Lowell E. Schwing to reopen his bike shop at 10421 Harrison Ave. after being closed for more than a year.

Harrison Finance Director Catherine Stockoff finds it refreshing to be in a job where the city was already financially stable.
Abby working hard at Skyline. She prefers working in the dish room instead of the dining room because it is quieter.
Marc Emral/The Journal Press: Unilock Inc. general manager Glen Wiley speaks to the Hamilton County Rural Zoning Commission Dec. 15. Unilock wants to build a plant to manufacture pavers and retaining walls on 39.9 acres of land in Harrison Township.
Marc Emral/The Journal-Press: Trish Schwing stands with her father-in-law Lowell Schwing in front of the Hamilton County Rural Zoning Commission asking for a zoning change so Lowell can reopen his bicycle shop on Harrison Avenue. The commission OK’d the zone change.

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