The Hillsboro Police Department has released the following information:
A fundraiser is being held to support the families of the three people killed from the apparent explosion and resulting fire at Jimbo’s Auto Repair in Hillsboro, plus the family of Desiree Pleasure, who died after apparently going into cardiac arrest at the same time as the fire on Nov. 28.
Gas prices have continued to fall even further despite oil prices climbing, according to a news release and statistics from the American Automobile Association (AAA).
A re-enactment of a night in Bethlehem with a life-sized nativity scene will be held at the Hillsboro Global Methodist Church at 135 E. Walnut St., Sunday, Dec. 10 from 5-7 p.m.
The villages of Greenfield and Lynchburg will be celebrating the holiday season with Christmas parades on Saturday, Dec. 2 and Friday, Dec. 8, respectively.
The Highland County Sheriff’s Office has released the following information:
This picture is from last year’s Hillsboro Lighted Christmas Parade. This year’s parade will be held starting at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2. The route for this year’s parade is as follows: It will exit from the main entrance of the Highland County Fairgrounds onto Fairground Road, continue to John Street and Fair Street, onto Elm Street to Walnut Street, turn left onto East Walnut, turn left on South High Street and turn onto Beech Street. All walking units will begin at the old high school parking lot and will feed into the parade as directed. If the parade has not passed the point of clearance to return to the fairgrounds, the walking units will be asked to remain in the holding area at the green space until the rest of the parade has passed by to continue back to the fairgrounds. The walking units will exit into the green space until they can safely cross Elm Street.
Gas prices have continued to fall even further following the Thanksgiving holiday season, according to a news release and statistics from the American Automobile Association (AAA).
Highland County has seen the number of COVID-19 cases fall significantly recently, but they are still up compared to around a month ago, according to The New York Times COVID-19 Tracker.
The Greenfield Police Department has released the following information: