Featured Story

Council introduces new three-hour parking limit ordinance

1 days 9 hours ago | | | Email

A new uptown parking ordinance had its first reading at Monday’s Hillsboro City Council meeting, but council president Lee Koogler asked the committee that recommended it continue explore the issue due to questions he has on how it would be enforced.The ordinance, according to safety and service director Todd Wilkin, is meant to eliminate employees of uptown businesses from parking in the public spaces.In essence, rather than have a two-hour limit on individual parking spaces in the uptown area, the proposed ordinance states that there would be a three-hour daily, weekday limit on anyone parking in the uptown business district.


Hillsboro may be part of documentary

An independent television production company based in the United Kingdom is producing a “sizzle reel” for what producers hope will become a documentary on the History Channel focused on three small towns in the United States, one of which is Hillsboro.Andy Baybutt, a cinematographer with Double Act TV, is in Hillsboro this week to interview local individuals, and was in attendance at Monday night’s meeting of Hillsboro City Council.Besides Hillsboro, th...

1 days 9 hours ago | | | Email

Rosenberger: ‘We’re moving in the right direction’

Cliff Rosenberger says he is proud to be part of a legislative movement that saw Ohio recover from an $8 billion deficit with skyrocketing unemployment to become a state often cited by national economists as leading the country in rebounding from the economic downturn of five or six years ago.Rosenberger, a Republican incumbent facing a primary challenge from Hillsboro resident Barb Cole for the 91st House District seat, said that more than 238,000 new jobs have been cre...

1 days 9 hours ago | | | Email

Cole: ‘I want to be a citizen representative’

Barb Cole says that she would be an accessible and accountable member of the Ohio House of Representatives if she can defeat the incumbent in the primary and win the General Election this year.Cole is a Republican challenger to State Rep. Cliff Rosenberger in the campaign for the Ohio House 91st District, which includes Highland, Clinton and Pike counties, and part of Ross County.A former president of the Highland County Tea Party, Cole said in an interview la...

1 days 9 hours ago | | | Email

City exploring water and sewer rate increase moratorium

The city of Hillsboro is preparing to do some spring cleaning, both mayor Drew Hastings and safety and service director Todd Wilkin reported at Monday’s city council meeting.They spoke of a possible moratorium on water and sewer rate increases, street and infrastructure repairs, and a local church group that wants to help beautify the city.Wilkin said that because Hillsboro’s water and sewer rates are among the highest in the state, the hope is that bonds the...

1 days 9 hours ago | | | Email

Tennis falls to Washington 5-0

The Hillsboro boys tennis team took on Washington Court House on Thursday and came out on the short end, losing every match and ended the day on the wrong side of a 5-0 score.The following are the scores for the matches:1st singles: Hillsboro’s Alex Rhoads lost to Garret Phipps 3/6, 1/62nd singles: Hillsboro’s Zack Basford lost to Berlin 1/6, 4/63nd singles: Hillsboro’s Michael Gunderman lost to Zack Johnson 0/6, 0/61st ...

1 days 9 hours ago | | | Email

Lady Indians fall to Miami Trace 9-3

The Lady Indians softball team was able to get an early lead in the second inning Monday night on the Miami Trace Lady Panthers after Madison Snyder sent a solo home run flying over the fence. Unfortunately for the girls, it was the last lead they had, as the Lady Panthers scored four runs in both the bottom of the second and in the third to go on to a 9-3 win. The softball team is now 1-4 overall and 0-2 in the SCOL after the loss. Miami Trace is now 5-4 overall and 3-1 SCOL with the win....

1 days 9 hours ago | | | Email

Hillsboro baseball drops second league game to Miami Trace

After losing their South Central Ohio League opener to Washington, the Hillsboro baseball team took on Miami Trace on Monday night for another league game. The Panthers of Miami Trace came into the night perfect on the year, and after a 15-2 run-rule of the Indians, improved to 9-0 overall and 4-0 in the SCOL. The Indians fell to 1-6 overall and 0-2 in the SCOL.The Indians were able to get five hits in the game and were able to strike first in the runs column. Trey Moberly singled ...

1 days 9 hours ago | | | Email


Sponsored By:

Local Gas Prices

Lowest Gas Prices in Hillsboro
Hillsboro Gas Prices provided by GasBuddy.com

Featured Business