WILMINGTON — A free self-protection class will be taught next week to high school senior women heading off to college or entering workplace environments.
WILMINGTON — Wilmington's streets will soon receive a much-needed makeover.
WILMINGTON — During this National Drug Court Month, one local judge says there's something to celebrate.
WILMINGTON — On Saturday, May 23 residents can learn how to use the exercise equipment at the Wilmington Savings Bank Clinton County Senior Center.
Memorial Day weekend ceremonies, parades and commemorations abound in Clinton County. Those local events include:Blanchester
Help Blanchester explode with color and sound on Saturday, July 4 during the Red, White & Blanchester Blue Festival.
WILMINGTON — Agreement on the base salary for Wilmington City Schools (WCS) teachers for the next two school years has been reached — figures left blank when the teachers union and the board signed a three-year contract currently in...
WILMINGTON – The G1 Gateway Zoning change recently approved by Wilmington City Council has been appealed, and may be put on the ballot in November for the voters to decide its outcome.
WILMINGTON — Police charged two people with drug-related charges Wednesday afternoon after they say they found pills in a bottle and a cigarette pack, needles, and a plastic bag containing what they believe to be heroin.
The city of Wilmington has spent weeks sprucing up Sugar Grove Cemetery. And that work is evident as the grounds staff finishes preparations for Monday's Memorial Day ceremonies at the city's recently acquired cemetery.
LEES CREEK — East Clinton, whose middle school was originally built in 1905, is eligible for state funding assistance to build a new facility, but a local match of 20 to 25 percent would be needed.
The Wilmington News Journal is hosting a free 90-minute workshop devoted to growing local business through effective multimedia marketing, hosted by acclaimed author and multimedia marketing expert Mike Blinder.
WILMINGTON — A system of bridges like tunnels running under the city of Wilmington were part of the Clinton County commissioners' discussion on Wednesday.
GEORGETOWN - Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Robert King of Blanchester received recognition for 35 years of service from Captain Paul Hermes Friday morning at the Georgetown Post. He received a certificate and a patch with seven stars, each...
WILMINGTON — The Clinton County Port Authority hosted a thank you lunch for employees of LGSTX, which the port credited with winning the Ohio Airport of the Year Award.
Time for Buddy PoppiesWILMINGTON — Veterans of Foreign Wars posts across the nation, including locally, will continue their annual tradition of selling Buddy Poppies on Friday and Saturday, May 22 and 23.
WILMINGTON — A man is dead after a fatal accident on Interstate 71 northbound early Wednesday morning.
WILMINGTON — Bare Boards Theatre Company will conclude its inaugural theatre season with Shakespeare's timeless tragedy, “Romeo and Juliet.”
COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, along with law enforcement partners in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Federal Trade Commission, have filed a federal lawsuit against four cancer charities and their operators for...
WARREN COUNTY — Utility work will require a short-term full closure on Interstate 71 next week.
ADAMS TOWNSHIP — Clinton-Massie's Board of Education discussed the prospect of a tax issue Monday and the challenge of dealing with revenue projections that change, including the state's currently undetermined school funding...
WILMINGTON – Loren “Lonnie” Stuckert II will take the office of 2nd Ward Councilman in January.
WILMINGTON — The first pre-trial conference between lawyers with TriJet Global Air and the Clinton County Port Authority hinted at the possibility of settling the dispute.
WILMINGTON — In observance of National Police Memorial Day May 15, Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand placed wreaths at the graves of the two Wilmington police officers who were killed in the line of duty. Both officers are buried in Sugar...
SABINA — Sabina police and East Clinton school officials are investigating allegations of abuse by one of the school district's bus drivers.
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