- Alkermes assists with Habitat project - 6:22 pm
- Clinton County’s use of juvenile detention beds outpacing funds - 5:51 pm
- Clinton-Massie’s Class of ‘16 - 4:25 pm
- Solar-powered plane in Ohio after flight from Oklahoma - 2:32 pm
- Ohio gas prices continue to increase heading toward holiday - 11:36 am
- BHS students demonstrate physics - 11:21 am
- Earning, and showing, respect keys for WPD - 5:40 pm
- Clinton County grand jury indicts Bennett in fentanyl case - 5:26 pm
- Wilmington Council passes first reading on earnings tax - 5:18 pm
- Judiciary committee considers zoning, hotel taxes - 5:00 pm
- WHS names May Students of Month - 3:39 pm
- City honors WHS basketball - 2:43 pm
- Clinton County receives brownfields grant - 2:33 pm
- CMHS Chamber Singers Superior - 12:59 pm
- Ohio unemployment rate rises to 5.2 in April - 11:29 am
- Ohio to open cap on boozier beer - 10:14 am updated: 3:12 pm.
- Is there anyone watching you? - 7:22 pm
- Are you a fuse-lighter or a hole-borer? - 7:21 pm
- Clinton County municipal sentences come down - 6:39 pm
- Wilmington finance committee recommends tax increase - 5:47 pm
- Police: Wilmington driver in crash that killed Texas man - 5:03 pm
- WPD: Meth lab, drugs seized - 4:55 pm
- Wilmington police warn of tax scams - 4:14 pm
- OSHP: Warren Co. pursuit ends in arrest, ends kidnapping - 3:49 pm
- Former Sabina police officer arrested - 3:39 pm
- CMH sets ‘Wild About Alaska’ blood drive - 2:52 pm
- Clinton Countians OCA’s BEST - 2:16 pm
- Athens, Ohio to hear proposal on disposable grocery bag fee - 9:17 am
- Patrol: 4 family members die in car-truck collision in Ohio - 9:15 am
- East Clinton shelves $20 general fee - 6:04 pm updated: 6:05 pm.
- More than 70 register as participating athletes for May 21 Special Olympics - 5:59 pm
- Wilmington FFA honors its own at annual banquet - 4:54 pm
- WHS student earns honor - 3:13 pm
- Annual Bike Rodeo set for Saturday - 3:12 pm
- More work, more pay? New rule extends overtime to millions - 3:04 pm
- Art by Pip - 2:20 pm
- Ohio court: sex offender registration law not retroactive - 2:17 pm
- Trial reset for Ohio man who rushed stage at Trump rally - 10:33 am
- Gov. Kasich signs $2.6 billion construction budget - 10:32 am
- Celebrating change: Clean Acres women’s recovery home celebrates one year - 9:21 pm
- CM Elementary principal leaving - 5:02 pm
- Ohio Senate debates shielding victims’ addresses - 9:52 am
- Clinton County felony sentences handed down - 6:49 pm
- Clinton County Port Authority authorizes leases - 6:05 pm
- Wilmington council’s tax debate takes shape - 5:12 pm
- Who knew? Murphy’s a zoo - 5:06 pm
- WNJ reporter earns first place in AP competition - 12:55 pm updated: 3:24 pm.
- American Legion recognizes members - 12:02 pm
- OSHP: Sabina driver dies of apparent heart attack - 11:30 am
- Ohio gas prices up from a week ago - 10:35 am
Wilmington Council passes first reading on earnings tax
WILMINGTON — Council members approved, in a 6-1 vote, a first reading on a resolution placing an earnings tax on the November ballot. A second r...
Judiciary committee considers zoning, hotel taxes
WILMINGTON — Wilmington council’s judiciary committee requested and will consider legislation to amend the hotel lodging tax code, and wil...
WHS names May Students of Month
WILMINGTON— The Wilmington High School May Students of the Month:• The Business Department recognizes Maddy Hodge for the time and effort ...
City honors WHS basketball
Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth recognizes the Wilmington High School boys basketball team for its achievements, declaring Thursday to be “Wilmi...
Clinton County receives brownfields grant
WILMINGTON – The Clinton County Port Authority and the Clinton County Regional Planning Commission received word this week that the Port Authori...
CMHS Chamber Singers Superior
CLARKSVILLE — The Clinton-Massie High School Chamber Singers earned a Superior (1) Rating during the Ohio Music Education Association’s Hi...
2016 Softball Regional Pairings
Dates, Locations and Times Subject to ChangeRecords Indicated Are as of District Final from Available InformationRankings are from Latest Coaches Asso...
2016 OHSAA Baseball Regional Pairings
Dates, Locations and Times Subject to ChangeRecords are as of District Final From Available InformationRankings are from Latest Coaches Association St...
Durant, Westbrook lead Thunder in blowout win over Warriors
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and the Thunder gave the Warriors as complete a beating as they experienced during their re...
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as greatest race
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Ryan Hunter-Reay admits to being biased when asked about the greatest race in Indianapolis 500 history. He also makes it cle...
The Latest: Defending champ Wawrinka drops 1st set to Rosol
PARIS (AP) — The Latest on the French Open (all times local):___2:20 p.m.Defending champion Stan Wawrinka has made a less than ideal start at th...
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Trump, Hastings & the ‘Never’ crowds
Ever since Donald Trump got into the presidential race, the parallels between Trump on the national level and Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings on the loc...
Dells celebrate 40 years
Randy and Diane (Webb) Dell of Wilmington are celebrating 40 years of marriage. They were married May 8, 1976.They have two sons and four daughters ...
Dunns celebrate 60 years
Olaf and Helene (Williams) Dunn of Sabina are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.They were married May 6, 1956 at the Cotties Corner in Piketo...
Fitzpatrick, Akers to wed
Mr. and Mrs. Danny and Stephanie Stewart of Wilmington and Mr. and Mrs. Andy and Stacey Fitzpatrick of Washington Court House, along with Mr. and Mrs....
Taylor, Bredshall to wed
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Bredshall of Wilmington announce the engagement of their daughter, Elena Renee Bredshall, to James Antony Taylor, son of Barrie T...
Butler, Masella engagement
Vicki L. Butler of Kettering, daughter of James L. and Carol Butler, and Gregory Walker Masella of Kettering, son of Sharon Walker and James Masella, ...
Showing respect for our flag
There are some citizens and others who want to be shown respect in this nation. Maybe if they showed our nation’s flag simple respect then they ...
Switch from full season to shorter season corn varieties?
We all know the story — much of Ohio has been dealing with cool temperatures, and saturated soil conditions have delayed corn planting. Accordin...
Open meetings, executive sessions
When the Lockland School District (just north of Cincinnati) Board of Education received notice from the Ohio Department of Education that district em...
Used to further political agenda
Do you actually believe that the Secret Service would permit an adult male to enter the same restroom that was being used by one of President Obama...
Progress in battle against opiates
Every week, I read heartbreaking stories about how the lives of families across the country have been devastated by drug use. A study by the U.S. Depa...
Community welcomes Dr. Lovano
The Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday welcoming general surgeon Dr. Rachel Lovano to Surgical Ass...
Rome Jewelers, Everyday Chic debut in new location
Rome Jewelers and Everyday Chic Boutique are open for business at their newly renovated and expanded location in the historic Samuel Walker building a...
Chamber sets 2 open house events
Join the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce for an open house as they welcome general surgeon Dr. Rachel Lovano to Surgical Associates of S...
NCB donates to Blan Youth Baseball
NCB donated $2,500 to the Blanchester Youth Baseball organization. The money will be used to supply each youth with a uniform for this year’s pr...
SCO OB/GYN holds ribbon-cutting
SCO OB/GYN celebrated a ribbon-cutting in recognition of Dr. Rachel Kaplan and the now-complete renovation of their offices on Thursday, March 31 at 6...
First State Bank loan office debuts
First State Bank celebrated the grand opening of a loan production office in Wilmington with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday at 832 Rombach Ave. in t...