Publication: Wilmington News Journal

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Mayor proclaims disability awareness month

WILMINGTON — Wilmington Mayor Randy Riley recently proclaimed October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month.Local companies and organizations are encouraged to participate in reinforcing the value and talent people with disabilities add to ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
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Man gets 6 months in prison for weapons charge

WILMINGTON — A local man will spend more time in custody for having weapons when prohibited, including an Uzi and an AK 47.Due to a past felony, Jason D. Stoops, 39, of Wilmington, was not legally allowed to keep firearms. But police seized several guns ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
Entities: Jail, Prison, Criminal, Alcohol
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Promise made, ground broken for Sams

WILMINGTON — When the ground broke Sunday, a promise was made.Approximately 200 people were on hand to help celebrate the groundbreaking for a new home for retired Cpl. Joshua Sams and his wife, Lindsey.The promise of a home was made by Homes For Our ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
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CCCVB wins seven Middy Awards

The Clinton County Convention & Visitors Bureau recently won five first place Middy Awards at the 17th annual Awards of Excellence Luncheon in Columbus.The CCCVB received firsts for a business-to-business magazine advertisement, a direct mail piece, a ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
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‘Wine and Cheese’ raises $2,800 for tree commission

WILMINGTON — The Wilmington Tree Commission recently hosted an evening of “Wine and Cheese, Under the Trees,” in the backyard of Rick and Linda Stanforth, and Hope Taft, Ohio’s former first lady, was the guest speaker.Approximately 55 people were on hand ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
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Children Services celebrates kinship care

WILMINGTON — Clinton County Children Services celebrated Kinship Care families at a recent support group dinner.Job and Family Services stated it is committed to supporting grandparents, relatives and community members who care for children who cannot ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
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How to picture ‘cloud’ computing

“Cloud” computing is one of those terms that pops up all the time, but few people actually understand what it is.The concept has been around since the 1950s when mainframe computers were as big as houses. Mainframes were equipped to do heavy processing ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
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Bats workshop set for Chatfield

FAYETTEVILLE — A free Advanced Project WILD workshop on the winged mammals bats will be held Thursday, Nov. 20.The workshop0 will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Chatfield College on the St. Martin campus, Fayetteville, near Clinton County.Researchers and ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
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Can we ever get back to Mayberry?

Watching some of the primetime, situation comedies that take up air space can certainly be challenging. You can see the easy, predictable joke (almost always based on a not-so-witty sexual innuendo) coming well before the punchline is delivered.“Two and ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - 15 hours ago]
First reported Oct 18 2014 - Updated Oct 18 2014 - 1 reports

Pennewitt named Congressional student of month

Monica Pennewitt, a senior at Wilmington High School, was recently named Congressional student of the month for September by Congressman Steve Stivers.“Monica Pennewitt serves as a model student both in and out of the classroom,” said Doug Rhinehart, ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 18 2014]
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Judge remarks on ‘complexity’ of case

WILMINGTON — Attorneys met in judge’s chambers Friday for half an hour in the case of Phillip T. Davis, who’s charged with 520 counts of criminal activity, nearly all of them for alleged trafficking.When the sides convened in the courtroom, Clinton County ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 18 2014]
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Big half-pipe to be skatepark attraction

WILMINGTON — It may look like a Noah’s ark is under construction but actually it will be a big half-pipe skate ramp, not a ship hull.The ramp, to be built at the current skatepark area in J.W. Denver Williams Jr. Memorial Park, will be 24 feet wide by ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 18 2014]

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Children Services celebrates kinship care [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
How to picture ‘cloud’ computing [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
Bats workshop set for Chatfield [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
CCCVB wins seven Middy Awards [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
Mayor proclaims disability awareness month [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
‘Wine and Cheese’ raises $2,800 for tree commis... [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
Promise made, ground broken for Sams [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
Man gets 6 months in prison for weapons charge [Published Wilmington News Journal - 14 hours ago]
Can we ever get back to Mayberry? [Published Wilmington News Journal - 15 hours ago]
Voters to decide levies [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 18 2014]
Judge remarks on ‘complexity’ of case [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 18 2014]
Pennewitt named Congressional student of month [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 18 2014]
City could save $36K yearly [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 18 2014]
Big half-pipe to be skatepark attraction [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 18 2014]
Help keep C-M in top shape [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 18 2014]
DAR program topic is on women spies during the ... [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
Beggar’s Day is Oct. 30 [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
Wilmington FFA holds organizational meeting [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
3M Club meets Monday at Cape May [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
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Trafficking, burglary send Bloch to prison [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
‘Make a Difference’ targets wooden castle playg... [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
Grand jury indicts 11 on 19 counts [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
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Free dinner at Blanchester church [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
Camp Joy hosts harvet fest [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
McEwen excited about SSCC selection [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
Halloween hoopla hijinks at CM library [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
Midland Baptist Church plans homecoming service [Published Wilmington News Journal - Oct 17 2014]
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