Highland County Recorder Chad McConnaughey will give a presentation describing what happens in his office during a free session offered by the Highland County Historical Society at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23 at the Highland House Museum in...
Health officials in Highland County say they are prepared to take action against the Ebola virus should it strike here, but they're not overly worried about such an occurrence actually happening.
A Hillsboro man pled guilty to multiple charges in two separate case in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday and was sentenced to a total of three years in prison.
Ohio's new system of assigning grades to schools across the state based on their performance was broken down at Monday's meeting of the Greenfield Board of Education.
Scenes from last weekend Opening Night production, the traditional opening theatrical performance for McClain High School students each year, are shown here.
The Highland County Health Department will be conducting an exercise on Oct. 29th 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The department is in need of volunteers from the public who drive to participate in this drill.
A Hillsboro man who was indicted in August on methamphetamine charges – and who also had outstanding warrants on multiple cases in the Hillsboro Municipal Court – was arrested Monday.
Kellie Kiser has been appointed interim director of the Highland County Family YMCA it was announced Monday.
L-C Board of Ed. special meeting
Highland District Hospital is doing well financially and last year saw its fifth straight year with a positive bottom line.
Highland County students will have the opportunity on Thursday afternoon to have a “little more personal” look at colleges and universities, according to Hillsboro High School counselor Joni Layne.
The Hillsboro Garden Club was enlightened Oct. 9 at A Fall Tailgate Event held in Fairborn's Senior Citizen Center by Ohio Association of Garden Clubs Region 16, which was presided over by Linda Morgan of Fayette County.
Supporters of several local food pantries walked through the city of Hillsboro during the 11th CROP Hunger Walk on Oct. 12. Beginning at the Hillsboro First United Methodist Church parking lot, the walkers were led by Valeta Doorneweerd.
A Hillsboro man was sentenced in Highland County Common Pleas Court to two and a half years in prison on Monday after a jury found him guilty of a third-degree felony.
The annual meeting of the Highland Soil and Water Conservation District was held Oct. 16 at the Hi-Tec in Hillsboro. During the meeting several awards were presented and the election of supervisors took place.
The McClain High School Tigerettes and marching band are pictured during the 47th annual Fall Festival of Leaves Parade in Bainbridge. Despite some dreary weather the first two days of the festival, Sunday was seasonable and sunny with large crowds...
The Fall Festival of Leaves queen, her court, and winners from pageants for young ages are pictured Sunday during the Fall Festival of Leaves Parade in Bainbridge. The queen and court, from left, are third attendant Bailey Mosley from Chillicothe High...
After fighting a morning fire in Greenfield, firefighters joined other Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District personnel, along with supporters, elected officials and candidates in the coming election who gathered in Rainsboro on Saturday to dedicate the...
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“This is really cool,” 10-year-old Memphis Beatty exclaimed as he peered out from the 110-foot covered shooting line at the new Fallsville Archery Range that was dedicated Friday.
A Hillsboro man who entered a plea agreement in April appeared for a deferred sentencing in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday.
A case which was originally charged as a felonious assault was recently refiled as a first-degree misdemeanor after a grand jury did not indict the defendant on the felony charge.
Three defendants charged with probation violations, and all choosing to proceed without counsel, on Friday admitted to the allegations against them and are heading to prison.
An imprisoned Greenfield man whose sentence was recently reduced due to a decision by the Ohio Supreme Court was denied early release from prison Friday.
The 47th annual Fall Festival of Leaves queen and court are pictured above, from left, second attendant Kindal Reader, Huntington High School; first attendant Kaylee Hurley, McClain High School; queen McKenna Newman, Chillicothe High School; third...
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