Power boat racing returns to Rocky Fork Lake this weekend, and for the first time in the 25 years the races have been held they will be a three-day event.
A Piketon man avoided prison on Wednesday despite a recommendation for incarceration from Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins.
The Walk for Life has been an annual event at the Southern Ohio Pregnancy Center for over two decades, and while this Saturday's walk will be different from previous years, it will, as always, bring “awareness to the community,”...
A Greenfield man was sentenced in Highland County Common Pleas Court to two years each on two counts of burglary, the minimum sentence for the second-degree felony offense.
A Hillsboro man was cited for OVI Wednesday after two-vehicle accident on SR 73 just south of Hillsboro that closed the road for more than an hour.The accident happened on a curve just outside the city limits at 11:47 a.m.
The new superintendent of the Highland County Board of DD was introduced to the Highland County Board of Commissioners during Wednesday's meeting.
The inaugural Highland County Farm Tour, a joint effort between Highland County Farm Bureau and Highland Soil and Water Conservation District, took place Sept. 13. Over 85 people took part in the event. The tour consisted of stops at the following...
On Wednesday, Sept. 3, Kaylee Achor, Meredith Oglesby and Lizzie Mahan participated in the sheep showmanship at the Highland County Fair.
The 2014 Highland County Fair was a success for the Hillsboro FFA beef exhibitors.
Students of the Hillsboro FFA showed off their SAE projects at the annual Highland County Swine Show.
The annual Mick reunion was held Aug. 19 at Pike Lake outside of Bainbridge. The weather cooperated and there was a good crowd of at least 130.
The toy gurus were meeting in their offices (or playrooms, or wherever toy gurus meet) one day and were trying to come up with some reality-based toys for the next Christmas season. One of the “idea” people in the room came up with a toy...
WASHINGTON C.H. — A Sabina Police Department auxiliary officer was arrested early Sunday morning in Washington C.H. for alleged domestic violence against a 21-year-old woman.
The Highland County Chamber of Commerce invites the community to attend its upcoming Coffee and Commerce on Friday, Sept. 19. The forum will take place in room number 106 at Southern State Community College's Hillsboro campus beginning at 7:30...
Pancake and sausage supper
A Hillsboro woman was sentenced in Highland County Common Pleas Court to nearly five years in prison for probation violations and after entering a guilty plea to a new charge.
During History Day activities on Oct. 4 in Greenfield, volunteers will be at the Old Burying Ground to provide information about the work being done to restore gravestones in the cemetery. Visitors will be able to see the progress which has been made...
There were no injuries Tuesday in this accident involving a Highland County Community Action Head Start bus and a pickup truck on SR 73 in Berrysville. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, both vehicles were southbound when the accident took...
Ida Hecht, the community resource director at Bell Gardens Place in Hillsboro, delivers cupcakes in the shape of a flag to Hillsboro Police Department. Bell Gardens also delivered cupcakes to the Highland County Sheriff's Office and to Paint...
Rainsboro Elementary's principal on Monday told Greenfield Exempted Village Schools Board of Education members that despite the numbers from the most recent report card grades, educators are “excited” by the progress that has been...
A card shower has been requested for Bob and Sandie (Crowe) Summers, who will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 23, 2014.They were married Sept. 23, 1964 at St Paul's Lutheran Church in Lynchburg.
Greenfield's Cleanup and Beautification Day is scheduled Saturday, Sept. 20 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrangements have been made with Community Sanitation of Ohio to place a dumpster near the railroad across from the Waddell Company on S.
WILMINGTON — Saying the circumstances differed from many cases where a person abuses their elected office, a local judge Monday said he was deviating from his usual policy and would not put the offender behind bars.
In a region with a low graduation rate and high unemployment, career technical centers such as the Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development provide a valuable service, according to its president and CEO.
Former Hillsboro firefighter David Snider Jr., who originally faced a charge of fifth-degree felony theft, pled guilty to a reduced misdemeanor charge on Tuesday as part of a plea agreement.
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