Despite the best attempts of the weather and other factors, the running of what this year was dubbed the Dr. Paul “Doc” Yinger Memorial Rocky Fork Thunder returned to Highland County for a 25th year over the weekend after a one-year...
A report to the Highland County Sheriff's Office concerning an injured female led to a charge of felonious assault, according to an affidavit filed with the Hillsboro Municipal Court.
A Greenfield teen admitted Monday in Highland County Juvenile Court to resisting arrest nearly two weeks ago and will remain in detention until Friday.
Farm Credit Mid-America, an agriculture lending cooperative serving farmers, rural residents and agribusinesses throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, recently contributed $1,500 in funding to support the Highland County Extension Support...
Dollar General hopes to make shopping easier and more convenient for customers in Hillsboro with the grand opening its new store at 1410 N. High St. on Saturday, Sept. 27 beginning at 8 a.m.
A new association was formed Sunday to take the lead in providing the city of Hillsboro with a public dog park.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife (ODNR/DOW,) in conjunction with the Ohio Trapper and Hunter Education Instructor Association (OTHEIA), will host a Deer Hunter Workshop from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Spring Valley...
Patrick Henson and Daniel Miller, both of Greenfield, have been named to the summer semester dean's list at Columbus Sate Community College. To be named to the list, a student must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and be enrolled...
Fall Spaghetti Dinner
TODAYTops, 6 p.m., Tree of Life, 545 N. 6th St., Greenfield.Narcotics Anonymous, 6:30-8 p.m., Peace Lutheran Church, 231 Harry Sauner Rd., Hillsboro. Call 937/763-0750, Arnold.
Emergency services responded to reports of a gas explosion and fire in Adams County just south of the State Route 41 and State Route 136 junction near Roy Pence Road north of Bentonville on Friday, Sept. 19 at 12:30 p.m.
A Sardinia man who allegedly used a golf club during an assault was sentenced to 30 days in jail on probation violations in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday.
The 16-year-old Hillsboro teen allegedly found with her 40-year-old mental health counselor has admitted to felony drug possession and is heading to rehabilitation.
The Greenfield community was treated Friday to a feast at the Community Savings Bank as part of a celebration of the recent merger of the bank with the Home Building and Loan Company.
The 2014 annual meeting of the Highland County Farm Bureau was held recently on the Baldwin Farm in Greenfield.
The Bright Local School District recently challenged teachers, students and the community to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. In attendance was Scott Purdin, the recipient of the donations which totaled about $1,500. Purdin is a Hillsboro man who has...
The Unified Christian Men's Chorus will be in concert at the Greenfield Church of Christ on Sunday, Sept. 21 at 6 p.m. This is a group of men from Clinton, Fayette, and Highland counties who sing Gospel and patriotic songs. The chorus has been...
Benefit for Jessica Myers
On Sept. 4 at 6:16 a.m., the Hillsboro Police Department responded to a complaint of a possibly intoxicated male that was driving a lawn mower on the roadway. Officers located the male and identified him as Randy R. Gillespie of Hillsboro. Gillespie...
TODAYAlcoholics Anonymous and Alanon meetings, 10-11 a.m., Rainsboro Methodist Church.
Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District's station in Paint Township is finally complete and operational, according to Bill Redenbaugh, and an open house is planned for next month with a dedication ceremony for the newly-completed...
The city of Hillsboro and its safety and service director, Todd Wilkin, have been dismissed as defendants in a lawsuit filed by Doug Wagoner Insurance.
A trio of bus garage staff members were recognized at Wednesday's Hillsboro Board of Education meeting for their efforts with the school's Career Based Intervention program.
Following a preliminary hearing in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday, probable cause was found in the case of a Hillsboro man charged with felonious assault.
A Leesburg woman is heading to prison on a methamphetamine-related charge, but the judge said she may have to wait to be released for treatment.
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