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Bathroom renovation cost causes controversy

BLANCHESTER — At Thursday’s Blanchester Village Council meeting, council member Tyler McCollister abruptly left the meeting after the council approved a $23,594 renovation for the men’s bathroom in the village municipal building.

Fashion & fun fundraiser at Aging Up Center

WILMINGTON — The 1st Annual Fall Fashion Gala was held Saturday afternoon at the Clinton County Aging Up Senior Center.

Clinton County honors veterans

The annual Clinton County Veterans Day Program was held Friday morning in the Clinton County Courthouse.

Man sentenced for vehicular homicide

WILMINGTON — A Blanchester man has been sentenced to prison time for his role in a fatal car accident.

Trooper treats at Highway Patrol post

WILMINGTON — The Ohio State Highway Patrol Wilmington Post hosted its annual trunk-or-treat Monday night, sponsored by the OSHP Wives Association. First responders and community groups handed out sweet treats to costumed kids — in-between and even during the rain showers.

Annual Soup & Chili Luncheon held Friday

Locals came and enjoyed warm food on a brisk Friday at the Annual Soup & Chili Luncheon. All the proceeds collected will go to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter.

Interstate 71 bridge repair project to impact traffic

CLINTON COUNTY – As work continues on a bridge replacement project on Interstate 71 in Clinton County, daytime and overnight traffic restrictions will be in place this week.

WCS fourth-graders learn at Fort Ancient

The entire fourth grade of Wilmington City Schools recently took a field trip to Fort Ancient Earthworks & Nature Preserve in Oregonia.

Wilmington City School District responds to concerns about ‘After School Satan Club’

WILMINGTON — A notice circulating on Facebook about the “After School Satan Club” indicates it will hold seven events, once a month, starting on Nov. 28 and ending on May 15 at Roy E. Holmes Elementary School.

Clinton County Municipal court reports

WILMINGTON — The following report is compiled using a disposition report provided by Clinton County Municipal Court. The information includes the defendant’s name, age, residence if listed, charge(s) disposed, fine, court costs assessed, jail sentence and any special conditions. An appointed interim judge currently oversees the court, which administers the law in criminal misdemeanor cases.