A spring tradition that just about anyone can take part in while helping a good cause will return to Rocky Fork State Park on Saturday, April 11 when SATH hosts its 19th annual Walk and Roll-A-Thon.
A Winchester man pled guilty in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday to a sexual offense against a minor and is facing a mandatory prison term when he's sentenced next month.
Put on some red and donate some green on Saturday to help the local American Red Cross of Highland and Clinton counties.
A Hillsboro man is facing multiple charges following alleged Tuesday night incidents that reportedly included an assault.
A Washington C.H. man appearing on a bench warrant in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Wednesday may be furloughed from a 60-day jail sentence if he can pass a drug test.
Members of the Hillsboro FFA gave a presentation on food security during Wednesday's meeting of the Highland County Commissioners. They discussed challenges to feeding the world's growing population, such as issues with food distribution,...
A resolution was reached in the contested value of a property in the Hobart Drive project, Highland County Commissioners said during Wednesday's meeting.
Highland County Commissioners proclaimed the month of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month during Wednesday's meeting.
Wholesome Hearts Pet Center, located at 536 N. East St., Hillsboro, held a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday, March 31 to celebrate joining the Hillsboro business community.
Bright Elementary has announced the honor roll for the third nine weeks of the 2014-2015 school year.2ND GRADE—MRS. DOCTER, MRS. MURPHY
Good Friday, Easter servicesThe Emmanuel Christian Church, Cameron Drive, Greenfield, has announced services for Good Friday and Easter.
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Hillsboro's police chief will discuss why methamphetamine and other drugs are a growing problem in Hillsboro and try to raise public awareness on the issue at a public forum Thursday night at the Hi-Tec Center.
The city of Hillsboro has announced that sometime in the middle of this month a construction project will take place on or near Vine, West South, and South Elm streets in Hillsboro.
More than 500 people celebrated the Easter season last Saturday during the Pancake Extravaganza with the Easter Bunny & Friends at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. In one picture are some of the children who attended and some of the...
The annual Trout Derby and Fun Shoot returns to Rocky Fork State Park this Saturday where youngsters will have a chance to fish, shoot guns and bows and arrows, receive a free lunch, and have a chance to win any of dozens of prizes.
The Hillsboro Uptown Business Association will unveil a new First Friday event this week when it hosts its inaugural Chocolate Walk.
Hillsboro's city law director said Tuesday he will likely ask the Ohio Supreme Court to review a ruling from an appeals court that rejected a city ordinance on indigent burials.
Six defendants have entered guilty pleas in Highland County Common Pleas Court this week and all but one is set to be sentenced in May.
A now 18-year-old will be in the youth prison system for at least another year following his admitting in Highland County Juvenile Court to felony offenses.
At a special board meeting on March 30, the Bright Local Board of Education selected its next superintendent. The board voted unanimously to select Ted C. Downing as superintendent, effective Aug. 1, 2015.
Scenes are shown from last weekend's production of “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers” at McClain High School in Greenfield.
National Cooperative Bank (NCB) has announced that Rodney Donley has joined as assistant vice president in its Ohio Lending Division. In this capacity, Donley will originate and market real estate, installment and commercial loans for the Ohio...
The Whiteoak Jr./Sr. High School has released the perfect attendance lists for the third nine weeks of the 2014-2015 school year.7th GradeSummer BrownR.J. BurbageJared Cline
Yard Waste Facility openThe city of Hillsboro Yard Waste Facility will be open on Friday, April 3 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 4 from 8 a.m. to noon.
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