A Sabina man was sentenced to prison Monday after admitting guilt in Highland County Common Pleas Court to burglary.Brian May, 27, Sabina, pled guilty to the second-degree felony and was sentenced to four years in prison.
Personnel with three of the county's fire agencies participated in a training exercise on Saturday just outside Hillsboro at a small home donated by its owners.
Wyatt Jones and Rachel Onusko (in the center) were crowned king and queen Saturday at the 2015 McClain High Junior Senior Prom. They are pictured with their dates, Sarah Everhart and Reid Garrison.
At the close of early voting at 2 p.m. Monday, 101 voters had cast ballots so far in the Democratic primary for mayor of Hillsboro, and both candidates say they are ready for the final results when the polls close Tuesday.
Millie Kuhn will once again be set up at the 2015 Hills and Dales Training Center Spring Craft Show selling her handmade treats. This year's craft show will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 9 at Hills and Dales. The event is sponsored...
Recipients of the Highland County 4-H Endowment Scholarship are, from left to right, Kaylee Achor, Halee Allen, Kylie Allen, Caitlyn Arledge, Julie Arnett, Kylie Douglas and Cheyanne Miller. Missing from the photo is Megan Mustard.
Wilmington College senior Caitlin E. Schafer, of Hillsboro, is the recipient of the Academic Excellence Award in biology. The presentation was made at the college's 34th Annual Student Recognition Ceremony recently.
The April 14 meeting of the Lynchburg Three Arts Club was held at the home of Ellen Pennington. The president, Pennington, opened the meeting by having Wendy Johnson read the club collect.
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Firefighters responded Monday morning to a fire in Hillsboro that is being blamed on a short in a water heater, and residents escaped safely because a Good Samaritan alerted them to the danger.
The Times-Gazette won three awards Sunday in the annual Ohio Associated Press awards ceremony held in Columbus.
Scenes from Thursday night's Times-Gazette Salt Homemakers Show at the Patriot Center at Southern State Community College. Bottom photos rotate automatically when loaded, or click on arrow to advance. Click on any photo for larger version.
Thousands of dollars in prizes were awarded Thursday night at The Times-Gazette Salt Homemakers Show at the Patriot Center at Southern State Community College. Grand prize winners were, from left: Ken Ludwick, $100 from The Laurels; Rosemary Preston,...
The Hillsboro Bible Baptist Church will celebrate its 40th anniversary with an event in June that will include a guest speaker, a BBQ meal, a time capsule, and a concert.
A primary election affecting only Hillsboro residents will be held Tuesday, May 5.The only contested race on the ballot is the Democratic primary for Hillsboro mayor between Steve Williams and Pam Limes.
The Highland County Homeless Shelter received more than a ton of food donated from local residents who attended Thursday's Times-Gazette Salt Homemakers Show at Southern State Community College. Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barerra helped...
The bright and open program area, the secured, enclosed dayrooms surrounding it, and the individual rooms within the dayrooms are all deserted as the at-risk youth who call this home for a time are engaged elsewhere in their various activities for the...
A Winchester man who previously pled guilty to a sexual offense against a minor has been sentenced to prison for five years.Charles L. Fancher, 66, pled guilty to second-degree felony sexual battery in April.
A now adult-aged male has been found to be guilty of a sexual offense that is alleged to have happened four years ago when he was 14 years old.
The same week that the Highland County Family YMCA grabbed a lifeline from the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati and agreed to become a branch of the Cincinnati organization, the YMCA in neighboring Clinton County announced that it is closing its...
A small portion of the crowd that attended a Let's Do Brunch women's initiative event Friday at the Southern State Community College atrium in Hillsboro is shown. The title of the presentation by Cincinnati resident Shari Goldsmith was...
A Leesburg woman “turned” a non-jailable offense into a 30-day sentence after being found in contempt of the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday.
The Highland County Homeless Shelter continues to receive the support of St. Mary's Episcopal Church and most recently received a grant through the efforts of the church from the Episcopal Community Services Foundation. These funds will help...
On April 17, Jamie Roberts' kindergarten class at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary held a “wedding ceremony” while learning about the letter “Q.” The other three kindergarten classrooms attended as guests, as well as Joni...
The Concord Jr. Farmers held their meeting to elect officers on April 17.
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