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...
“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...
Since the city of Hillsboro passed legislation over the summer to establish its own certified building department, officials have received a steady flow of permit requests, totaling about $14,000 in permit fees collected in September...
Bell Gardens Place held a canvas and wine event Wednesday evening. People who signed up were treated to wine and food. A local artist was on hand to teach each of the participants to help them with their first art project. The event was co-sponsored...
It doesn't seem possible, but we are into our Christmas Reading Club. Children age 3 to grade six may sign up. At sign up they receive a book bag, a log, and a McDonald's coupon. They then check out books and keep track of them on their...
Annointed Hearts in SamanthaThe Samantha Freewill Baptist Church will host a special singing event featuring Annointed Hearts at 10:45 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 19.Youth Day Celebration
TODAYAlcoholics Anonymous and Alanon meetings, 10-11 a.m., Rainsboro Methodist Church.
Highland County resident Sarah Young, left, was presented with the Third Overall Points Winner Award for junior exhibitors (ages 9-13) when the Ohio Club Lamb Association had its annual awards banquet recently at the Deer Creek State Park Lodge. The...
Down to just two board members and facing the possibility of losing a trust fund left to it more than three decades ago, the Highland County Humane Society is holding an re-organizational meeting next week.
The long-anticipated improvements and repairs to Greenfield's 29-mile rail spur are closer to getting under way as a bid opening is set for later this month.
Two defendants were sentenced to prison Thursday in Highland County Common Pleas Court after being found to be in violation of community control supervision.
Workers labored on Thursday to replace the finials and roof caps on the old sheriff's office in Hillsboro that now serves as offices for Highland County prosecutor Anneka Collins. Highland County commissioners announced the repairs at their...
A Hillsboro woman is currently being held on a $2,000 bond following her arraignment for operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI) in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday.
A remaining 53 days in jail on probation violations were imposed on a Lynchburg man in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday.
A 14-year-old alleged to have made threats of violence has admitted to misdemeanor aggravated menacing.
A Hillsboro man on Thursday admitted in Highland County Common Pleas Court to sexual contact with a 10-year-old and 7-year-old and was sentenced to six years in prison.
Spaghetti dinnerA spaghetti dinner and raffle benefit for Britney Hertlein will be held on Friday, Oct. 17, at the Lynchburg Firehouse from 5 to 7 p.m.Funding workshop
TODAYBoy Scout Troop #171, 9-11 a.m., Camp Bowage off Greystone Drive, Hillsboro. For more information call 393-9065.
After much deliberation, Hillsboro City Council unanimously approved an emergency ordinance at its Tuesday meeting meant to give the city more control over the use of public rights-of-way by utility companies.
Cooperation with the state was noted in two plea agreements entered into in unrelated cases in Highland County Common Pleas Court hearings on Wednesday.
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