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Members of the Schram City Village Board held a public hearing regarding the Rebuild Illinois public infrastructure grant prior to their regular monthly meeting Monday evening, June 8, at the village … more
The Montgomery County 911 Emergency Telephone System Board (ETSB) reconsidered a decision made last month, and voted to move their operation center from the Montgomery County Jail in Hillsboro to … more
The Hillsboro School Board prepared for next school year by hiring new staff at the end of their meeting on Tuesday, June 9, at the unit office. School board members, administrators, department … more
Aristede Ephron resigned from the Bond County Community School Board on Monday, Feb. 3, after the school district learned last week that his appointment last summer violated school code. Ephron … more
Cases of COVID-19 coronavirus in Montgomery County continued to increase over the holiday weekend after weeks of stability. After reporting increases from 41 to 44 the first half of last week, the … more
Fern Burke, who worked for many years behind the scenes helping to make sure Old Settlers ran smoothly, will be in the limelight during the Big Parade this year as the grand marshal. Burke served … more
S.A.A.D. (Standing Against Addiction and Drugs) will host an open house on Tuesday, Aug. 27, beginning at 4:30 p.m. The open house will focus on Heroin Opioid Prevention Education (H.O.P.E.), … more
The Montgomery County Clerk's office announces that applications for vote by mail may now be requested  for the Tuesday, March 17, 2020 General Primary Election. Voters may also vote early in … more
Sixteen-year-old Karrigan Hart’s life is going to the dogs, quite literally. Hart, who has been competing in agility trials with her two-year-old Yorkshire Terrier named London since last … more
In his first meeting at the helm of the Litchfield School District, Dr. Greggory Fuerstenau dispatched of district business in just 41 minutes. Dr. Fuerstenau started as the new superintendent of the … more
Coffeen's volunteer firefighters, join firefighters across the country, to ask the citizens in their community to make a donation to the Muscular Dystrophy Association on Saturday, Aug. 31. The local … more
Members of the Panhandle Board of Education met on Monday, Nov. 25, passing the 2019 preliminary tax levy and discussing several items. According to Superintendent Aaron Hopper, the equalized … more
Route 16 between Hillsboro and Litchfield was closed for two and a half hours on Tuesday, Feb. 4, when a drilling company came into contact with a gas line. Four members of the Litchfield Fire … more
“How can we vote to undo something that we didn’t do?” said Montgomery County Board Chairman Evan Young. Amid growing initiatives to open county businesses, leadership of the … more
For the second time in four months, a vote to amend an ordinance allowing for the retail sale of adult use cannabis in the city of Litchfield passed, but not by enough. After failing to get the … more
A grant application to develop a sports complex in the city of Litchfield was one of 12 motions approved during the city council meeting on Thursday, July 18, at Corwin Hall. The motion approved a … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board hired Jody Grove to become the new Raymond Police officer during their meeting on Monday, Aug. 19, at village hall.  She was hired at a rate of $17 per … more
Four candidates have filed for nomination for three countywide offices up for election next year, and 15 candidates have filed for 11 available county board seats, according to information provided … more
Cara Noyes announced plans to bring a shared co-working space, The Hilltop Co-op, to Hillsboro at Imagine Hillsboro Technology Committee's most recent Tech Night on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the Opera … more
Organizers in Irving have finalized plans for this year’s Irving Memorial March on Sunday, May 24. The program begins at the Irving United Methodist Church at 1 p.m., where flag carrier … more
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