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Dayton woman charged in fatal hit-and-run

WILMINGTON — A Dayton woman has been arrested and charged in the Aug. 19 hit-and-run incident that killed 27-year-old Daniel Smith.

History Center’s ‘Talking Tombstones’ cemetery walk set for Sept. 23

WILMINGTON — People are dying to get in for the Clinton County History Center’s Talking Tombstones — the third annual cemetery walk hosted by the organization.

GOP legislative leaders’ co-chair flap has brought the Ohio Redistricting Commission to a standstill

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s latest attempt to draw fair political maps crumbled amid Republican infighting Wednesday, begging the question of whether a commission unable even to appoint its co-chairs will be able to negotiate a bipartisan redistricting solution within the few short weeks it’s been allotted.

Today in History

Today is Thursday, Sept. 14, the 257th day of 2023. There are 108 days left in the year.

‘It hits close to home’

WILMINGTON — Local residents are invited to participate in a meaningful event on Saturday, Sept. 30 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the corner of Walnut and Main streets near the Clinton County Veterans Memorial. The event, known as “Silent Watch,” is organized every September to raise awareness for Veteran Suicide Awareness Month.

Larrick returns to direct The Murphy Christmas show

The Murphy Theatre announced this week that Timothy Larrick is returning to direct the annual Christmas show.

Clinton Co. Health District to host car seat giveaway event

WILMINGTON — The Clinton County Health District is hosting a free community event for Clinton County-eligible residents to get a free car seat or to have any safety seat inspected by trained technicians on Friday, Sept. 22.

Today in History

Today is Wednesday, Sept. 13, the 256th day of 2023. There are 109 days left in the year.

Americans can now get an updated COVID-19 vaccine

Most Americans should get an updated COVID-19 vaccine, health officials said Tuesday.

Apple’s new iPhones get faster chips, better cameras and new charging ports

CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — Apple on Tuesday unveiled its next generation of iPhones — a lineup that will boast better cameras, faster processors, a new charging system and a price hike for the fanciest model.