The Supreme Court late Monday blocked early voting scheduled to start Tuesday in Ohio.The last-minute decision means early voting will not start on Tuesday, but instead will be delayed one week, the Associated Press reported.
The old school in Buford recently became the home of classic country music, local performances, and overall “good family fun,” according to volunteer Pat Mallot.
Two defendants on Monday were sentenced to treatment and community control after previously admitting to probation violations.
Updated from 11:20 a.m. post.Firefighters responded on Monday morning to a fire in a trailer park off Johnson Street in Hillsboro.
The smell of sauerkraut, the steady hum of many voices engaged in conversation and the sounds of the accordion and tuba lent to a festive air during Greenfield's Oktoberfest on Saturday.
With most college students now back to campus, many of their counterparts who graduated last spring may find themselves still looking for a job.
October is the start of our busy holiday season here at the Leesburg Library.
Members of the Country Quilters of Highland County traveled to the Ohio Veterans Home in Georgetown recently with Hillsboro VFW Post 9094 to present handcrafted quilts for the veterans in residence at Georgetown. The Country Quilters of Highland...
Heartland of Hillsboro residents are pictured enjoying an annual pool party at the home of Patty Roades, Heartland activities director.
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TODAYTops, 6 p.m., Tree of Life, 545 N. 6th St., Greenfield.Narcotics Anonymous, 6:30-8 p.m., Peace Lutheran Church, 231 Harry Sauner Rd., Hillsboro. Call 937/763-0750, Arnold.
Southwest Regional Medical Center shut down on Friday, Sept. 26 at 5 p.m. due to financial issues.
Following a plea agreement that ended in suspended sentences, a Hillsboro woman was sentenced to 112 days in jail on probation violations in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday.
A Hillsboro woman who has had a history in the Hillsboro Municipal Court was told that Friday's suspended sentence was her “last chance” on reporting probation.
An electric aggregation issue that Lynchburg Village Council approved and was supposed to be on the November general election ballot will not be there because the company that was supposed to take care of it dropped the ball.
A Lebanon woman pled guilty to operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI) on Friday – an offense which Hillsboro Municipal Court Judge David H. McKenna said was her fourth charge of that type in his courtroom.
The Greenfield Historical Society will hold its 8th annual History Day on Saturday, Oct. 4 at the society's complex of historical buildings on the east edge of Greenfield, near the SR 28 bridge from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Farm Credit Mid-America, an agriculture lending cooperative serving farmers, rural residents and agribusinesses throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, recently contributed $1,500 in funding to support the Highland County Extension Support...
Bryce Stanley received an Outstanding of the Day at the 2014 Ohio State Fair for a Measuring Up 4-H project. Also receiving awards at the Ohio State Fair: Clock trophies went to Trinity Edenfield for Sew Fun and Quinn Walker for Self-Determined...
Kim Boyer, Robyn Coomer, Randy Butler, and Jenny Cameron attended the 104th annual Convention of the Ohio Association of Realtors on Sept. 8-19 in Cleveland. The OAR is the largest professional trade association in Ohio. During the 3-day convention,...
TODAYAlcoholics Anonymous and Alanon meetings, 10-11 a.m., Rainsboro Methodist Church.
A free Rock The Hills concert is coming to Hillsboro.
As part of its efforts to serve the community, the Greenfield Rotary Club on Thursday hand-delivered dictionaries and thesauruses to elementary students in the Greenfield school district.
For periods of time on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning, those driving through the intersection of High and Main streets in the center of Hillsboro were moving at the direction of officers with the Hillsboro Police Department because the traffic...
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