WILMINGTON — Mersch Chiropractic Care held a private ribbon cutting in conjunction with the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, April 1 in celebration of its recent opening.
WILMINGTON — Josh Roth has joined the Clinton County Port Authority staff as the economic development director. He brings over 10 years of economic development experience from a variety of work experiences.
The Murphy Theatre in Wilmington will begin work on project “Restoration and Beautification of The Murphy Theatre,” which will address plaster repair and restoration in the historic, 105-year-old structure.
Residents are invited to celebrate the weekend and watch the games at Ralph’s American Grill. A tribute to the trucking industry, Ralph’s American Grill serves up Americana-inspired meals across separate breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. Introduce your appetite to mouthwatering, chef-crafted items, including custom-blended burgers, artisan sandwiches and steaks, appetizing soups, and salads and pastas, according to a news release. There’s something for everyone to enjoy.
The Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce will host its first “Women in Business” Luncheon on Wednesday, March 8 in celebration of International Women’s Day.
The City of Washington Court House recently presented Horizon Athletic, located at 150 W. East St., with a New Business Plaque. Pictured from left to right are: Joe Denen and Trey Tompkins.
The City of Washington Court House recently presented a New Business Plaque to Champion’s Grill at The Greens Golf Course, located at 703 Highland Ave. Pictured (from left to right) are: Todd Wallace, Joe Denen, Brandi Althouse, Dustin Pfeifer, Jason Mongold, and Chelsie Baker.
WILMINGTON — On Jan. 14 at 10 a.m., a ribbon cutting highlighted the grand reopening of the Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Clinton County.
BLANCHESTER — A local barbecue food truck will now have a brick and mortar spot in the village.
WILMINGTON — A longstanding pharmacy — Kratzer’s Pharmacy — will be closing all its locations except its Mt. Orab location, which will go to an independent pharmacy owner.