Kelly Long from Hillsboro leads her charolais from PCC Dream Girl out of the show ring at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky. The NAILE is an annual event that attracts thousands of livestock producers from across...
TODAYAlcoholics Anonymous and Alanon meetings, 10-11 a.m., Rainsboro Methodist Church.
This fall, more than 500,000 Ohio hunters decked in neon orange will head for Ohio's fields and forests to hunt for Ohio's half-million white-tailed deer.
This article is a very important one. Many of the residents that move into skilled nursing facilities and assisted living residences can be attributed to falls in the home. Injuries from a fall for seniors can be very serious and in some cases life...
General Election official countThe Highland County Board of Elections will hold the General Election official count at 8 a.m. Monday, Nov. 24 in the board office. The public is welcome to attend.
Nov. 17 arrests:Ronald W. Comberger, 38, Wilmington, unlawful sale of pseudoephedrine.Amy Grooms, 36, Hillsboro, driving under suspension.Brandon Kinzer, 35, Hillsboro, failure to maintain control.
With Ohio schools now required to be in session a certain number of hours annually rather than a specified number of days, Hillsboro Superintendent Jim Smith said this week's unseasonably cold and snowy weather is a good example of how the...
A woman who, along with her husband, was sentenced to prison earlier this year in what the judge called a “heartbreaking” case, was granted judicial release on Thursday in Highland County Common Pleas Court.
Drugs and the way addiction is battled have evolved, according to Highland County Common Pleas Court Judge Rocky Coss who, along with Family Recovery Services (FRS) Director Joe Adray, spoke at Thursday's meeting of the Greenfield Rotary...
A Hillsboro man was sentenced to 29 days in jail after pleading guilty to multiple charges in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday.
A court trial held in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday ended with the defendant being found guilty of speeding.
A Hillsboro man facing two drug felonies appeared for a preliminary hearing in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday.
A court trial held in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday ended with Jack Hope, 86, Hillsboro, being found guilty of not registering the Parker House as a vacant building.
Peyton Kidder of the Hillsboro FFA Chapter and Shelby Dodds and Tommy Free of the Greenfield McClain FFA Chapter were national finalists in the 2014 National FFA Agriscience Fair at the 87th National FFA Convention & Expo held Oct. 29 to Nov. 1 in...
TODAYBoy Scout Troop #171, 9-11 a.m., Camp Bowage off Greystone Drive, Hillsboro. For more information call 393-9065.
Christmas Bazaar in Greenfield
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Burglary, drugs and a sex-related crime are among the offenses that earned four defendants prison time during hearings in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday.
The county auditor has certified $9.5 million in anticipated revenue for next year, an increase from this year's $9.2 million, according to the Highland County Board of Commissioners.
The Ohio Department of Transportation's new Highland County facility was dedicated Wednesday and a ribbon-cutting ceremony held to commemorate the occasion.
A recent investigation of flyers placed in area mailboxes led to a Hillsboro man being charged with inducing panic.
Bonds were set for three defendants who appeared on bench warrants in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Wednesday.
Highland and two neighboring counties have the highest infant mortality rates in the state, according to information released Wednesday by U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown.
The cold and snowy weather did not prevent workers from continuing the curb replacement project in Hillsboro this week. Safety and service director Todd Wilkin said that the project is funded through a $30,000 CDBG grant and $3,000 in city funds, and...
Ron Priest was sworn in Wednesday as the new captain with the Hillsboro Police Department, with mayor Drew Hastings saying that he believes the department is “headed in the right direction.”
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