Seniors Alison Goolsby and Trey Moberly were crowned king and queen Saturday at the 2015 Hillsboro High School Prom.The grand march for the formal prom was moved inside the high school due to rain and cool weather.
After three previous attempts for early release from prison, a Sardinia man was again denied judicial release in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Monday.
A Hillsboro man facing two drug-related felonies was sentenced to 60 days in jail on another charge after he appeared in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Monday.
A Leesburg man is facing multiple charges, including a firearm felony, following a traffic stop by Hillsboro police on Saturday.
Hikers will get the chance to enjoy a guided walk at Fort Hill on Saturday, May 2, which will highlight not only the area's ancient sites, but also its natural beauty.
The village of Greenfield was recognized on April 17 as a Tree City USA community, fulfilling a dream that has been several years in the making, according to city manager Ron Coffey.
Greenfield's Spring Cleanup Day is scheduled for Saturday, May 9 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Approximately 170 first-graders in the Greenfield Exempted Village School District were given redbud seedlings as part of Greenfield's Arbor Day Observance on April 24, and trees were planted at two nursing homes in Greenfield as...
More than 30 local residents took advantage of a perfect day to fly a kite on Sunday when Walmart teamed up with the city of Hillsboro to hold the second annual “Go Fly a Kite With the Mayor” day. This year's event was held on the...
G3 and the McClain FFA Chapter are once again making garden plants available to the public. The plants will be on sale May 4, 5, and 6 from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the Vo-Ag Building at the corners of Fifth and Lafayette streets in Greenfield.
Recipients of the Five Points Implement Scholarship are Courtney Cummings and Brenna Simmons (not pictured).
Ohio is known for its world-class fishing and on May 2 and 3 you can experience it for free. All Ohio residents are invited to take part in Ohio's annual free fishing weekend, without purchasing a fishing license, according to the Ohio...
As part of an ongoing dual bridge replacement and realignment project on Bridges Road in Highland County, contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the Highland County Engineer's Office are moving into the next phase of...
Care-A-Van at Rocky Fork Truck Stop
A Wilmington woman appearing on a new charge in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday was sentenced to nearly 40 days in jail on probation violations.
Greenfield will join the nation on May 7 in observing the annual National Day of Prayer.
The Alternatives to Violence Center's 4th annual Tea for Tweens, Teens and Queens is set for May 2 at the Hillsboro High School from 9-11:30 a.m.
The 2015 Highland County Relay For Life has been scheduled for June 26-27 and this year's organizers want you to know the event is for everyone.
Two teenagers who allegedly got into some trouble this week have been ordered in Highland County Juvenile Court to detention until further hearings are held in their respective cases.
Sentencing was deferred for a Mt. Orab man after he pled guilty to first-degree misdemeanor vehicular homicide in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday.
As part of their service projects, volunteers from the GE Peebles Test Operation site were planting flowers and vegetables in the courtyard of The Laurels of Hillsboro on Friday. Members of the GE community have had family members at The Laurels in...
Hillsboro City Council will hold a special session Monday to consider a number of items, including further discussion of the YMCA issue.
For several years, the village of Greenfield has observed Arbor Day by planting trees at Edgewood Manor and Hearth & Care, as well as by distributing seedlings to all of the school district's first-graders. Those pictured on Friday as they...
The 2014 Highland County Friends of 4-H Award recipients were awarded on April 20 during the awards portion of the Member, Officer & Adviser Conference held at Hillsboro High School.
Cheyenne Miller was renewal recipient of the Darrell and Jane Tissot 4-H Endowment Scholarship. Missing from the photo are Brenna Simmons and Victoria Walker.
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