One of SATH's biggest annual fundraisers for Kamp Dovetail is coming up Saturday and executive director Linda Allen said that if it's going to be the success it's been in the past, it needs help.
Hillsboro special board meeting
Two mothers won back custody of their children in separate cases in Highland County Juvenile Court on Monday.
A Bainbridge man appearing on a warrant that was issued last October was arraigned on first-degree misdemeanor assault in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Monday.
U.S. Representative Brad Wenstrup will be the featured speaker at the annual Highland County Lincoln Day Dinner on Monday, March 9. Congressman Wenstrup is beginning his second term representing the people of Ohio's Second Congressional District...
One barn was totally lost and another sustained minor damage in a Monday morning fire on Sinking Spring Road in Brush Creek Township.
A Hillsboro man is facing a first-degree misdemeanor for carrying a concealed weapon after Hillsboro police reportedly found brass knuckles on him.
A Bainbridge woman facing a new theft charge was sentenced to more than 230 days in jail after appearing on a bench warrant in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Monday.
The staff at the Leesburg Library is hoping that the wintry weather is behind us so our patrons can venture out to visit us during the month of March. We invite you to join our Knit Together group which continues to meet every Thursday from 5:30 to 7...
A continuing education training will soon be available in Piketon, sponsored by the Area Agency on Aging District 7 (AAA7). Substance Abuse in the Elderly: The Hidden Epidemic will be held Wednesday, March 11 from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at the...
For the second year in a row the Highland County Chamber of Commerce has announced that there will be a Highland County Night at the Reds, and this year the chamber has arranged an easy way to make the trip.
In just a couple of weeks the Highland and Clinton County communities will gather to honor local heroes at the 2015 American Red Cross Heroes Awards Breakfast.
At least two companies have come in under the state's estimated cost for the entirety of the Hobart Drive project, and according to the county engineer, if everything checks out a contract should be officially awarded sometime next...
A Hillsboro woman appearing in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday after failing a drug test was sentenced to 45 days in jail.
New class at Rainsboro Church of Christ
If Ted Strickland's life and career represent anything, it's a lesson in perseverance.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has announced the dates for its annual trout release. The date for Rocky Fork Lake release generally coincides with the popular Trout Derby and Fun Shoot sponsored annually by the Highland County Rod & Gun Club...
Most people who consider assisted living worry that they will lose their independence. They fear they can no longer drive or eat out or attend the restaurants and functions they have done for years.
Chris Dodds and his homeroom class at McClain High School recently worked together as a group to raise funds to support a local charity. Dodds' class chose to purchase a new ping-pong table for New Directions, Greenfield's communitywide...
The Hillsboro Police Department released the following reports on Feb. 26:AREESTS/CITATIONSSami Jo Stanfield, 30, of South Salem, bench warrant failure to appear.James Dakota Levi Boyd, 21 of Greenfield, theft.
When staff members at Hillsboro Middle School/High School see a student in need, there's a “Spirit Fund” they can turn to for help. But the fund is not bottomless, so a couple of school librarians decided to do something about...
The play has been in Highland County before and its message evidently hit its mark.
Three felony cases were dismissed without prejudice – meaning that they could still be refiled and go before a grand jury – during proceedings in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday.
A Loveland man nearly went to prison after admitting to probation violations, but was given another chance in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Thursday.
A rural physician who travels to multiple counties to treat his patients, M.D. Brian Jolitz is a crusader of sorts for underserved women on the eastern fringes of Cincinnati. He sees nearly 375 patients each month and performs nearly 30 surgeries. An...
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