Several Memorial Day observances are planned this weekend across Highland County.In Hillsboro, VFW Post 9094 will host ceremonies that begin at 10 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial beside the Highland County Courthouse.
LEES CREEK — East Clinton, whose middle school was originally built in 1905, is eligible for state funding assistance to build a new facility, but a local match of 20 to 25 percent would be needed.
A Hillsboro woman pled guilty to two counts of theft during her arraignment in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday.
A few months ago we started out on a journey but had to turn back because of ice and snow. I said we would return after the great ice melt down of 2015. This trip is a “take two” of our country drives.
A Lima man with a 24-page criminal record, who allegedly hid in a tree after assaulting the owner of a local motel, pled guilty to multiple charges Friday in Hillsboro Municipal Court.
A Hillsboro woman is facing two first-degree misdemeanors after allegedly holding the camera while two teenagers Skyped nude videos of themselves.
Sheriff Donnie Barrera reports for the week of May 11-17 that the Highland County Sheriff's Office received 421 911 calls, answered 173 requests for service, dispatched 117 fire and EMS runs, took 30 offense reports, and investigated five...
The First State Bank team has announced the donation of $1,250 to the Highland County Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. According to Sharon Bedard, director of Highland County Habitat for Humanity, the funds will be used toward local building projects...
The Hillsboro Elks announced their Student of the Year in May. Lynchburg-Clay senior Neil Rowlands was presented a certificate of achievement and gift card at the school's award day ceremony. Pictured are Neil and Lynchburg-Clay counselor...
Army Pvt. James P. McPhail has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Benning, Ga.
The Lynchburg Medical Center held an official groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday, May 20 to kick off construction of a new medical office building that will be located adjacent to the existing building at 8900 SR 134 in Lynchburg. The ceremony included...
Several resignations and a long list of hirings were approved at Wednesday's Hillsboro City Schools Board of Education meeting.
A Seaman woman was found to have violated her probation and was sentenced to prison following evidence presented Thursday in Highland County Common Pleas Court.
The Hillsboro Lions Club has made several donations to support local organizations. Pictured is Lion John Dodds, representing the Highland County Prosecutor's Victim Witness program. Dodds is a former volunteer with Victim Witness and received a...
Pete Pence introduced himself to Greenfield Village Council members at Wednesday's meeting and left with a donation from the village to help Grow! Highland County meet its goal of becoming self-sustaining.
A Hillsboro man who faces a sexual battery charge in Florida appeared on multiple charges in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday.
The Freestore Foodbank 2015 Hunger Walk 5K Run will be held from 9-10 a.m. Monday, May 25 at the walking track at Southern State Community College in Hillsboro.
“It's important to retain history for the future, for the future will soon be history.”
On Saturday, May 16, Lynchburg held the 6th annual Clean Up Green Up event. Dodging the rain showers, volunteers walked all streets and alleys picking up litter. More volunteers planted flowers in Agness Park and in various areas on Main...
Lisa Padgett, left, accepts a grill for her son Mike, who was the winner of the Hillsboro Dog Park Association grill raffle. Presenting the award is Elisha Morris, secretary-treasurer of the association, holding Brutus.
After a very cold and snowy winter, the Hillsboro Garden Club was happy to reconvene and welcome Ray Koch, Master Gardener Coordinator for Highland County to our meeting in March. He presented a very informative talk on preparing garden beds to...
Whiteoak Alumni Banquet
TODAYAmVets Post 61 Bingo, 11541 North Shore Dr., doors open at 5:30 p.m. and Bingo begins at 7 p.m.
The Highland County Board of Commissioners is considering the hiring of a deputy director as Job and Family Service's current director plans to retire within the next year.
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