CLARKSVILLE — The Clinton-Massie Local School District’s Board of Education meeting held on Wednesday night at the middle school saw an inspiring showcase of student-led initiatives and innovative educational approaches aimed at enhancing student experiences and preparing them for the future.
WILMINGTON — Wilmington College’s Watson Library shared a unique resource to help ensure that Sugar Grove Cemetery records are preserved not only for posterity but also so citizens of today can access information about the facility and those whose earthly remains are buried there.
Residents across Clinton County are grappling with cellular service outages affecting major providers like AT&T, Cricket Wireless, Verizon, and T-Mobile, among others.
WILMINGTON — Tomorrow marks the beginning of early voting in Clinton County, offering residents the opportunity to cast their ballots ahead of the primary election on March 19. Early voting will continue until March 17.
WILMINGTON — On April 8, a solar eclipse is scheduled to grace the skies to the northwest of Wilmington and in western Ohio. According to the Clinton County Emergency Management Agency (EMA), the eclipse will commence at approximately 3 p.m. local time in Greenville, Ohio and is anticipated to reach its peak around 3:10 p.m in the West Cleveland area.
BLANCHESTER — As part of an investigation into drug trafficking, four people were arrested Friday when a search warrant was served at 413 S. Broadway St., according to Blanchester Police.
WILMINGTON — Homelessness was the major talking point at Thursday’s Wilmington City Council meeting.