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While members of the Schram City Village Board approved electrical aggregation for the pumping stations during last month’s meeting, their attention shifted to residential aggregation this … more
St. Agnes Catholic Church in Hillsboro is getting ready to take on a large-scale construction project to expand their parish center in an effort to better serve their growing congregation, in … more
The Hillsboro Area Health Foundation annual Valentine Gala had a different feel this year.  Instead of celebrity waiters in vests and bow ties, this year’s event featured a few hearty … more
It was a relatively long evening for Hillsboro’s city council Tuesday, March 9, primarily because of a lengthy closed session regarding potential discipline of a city employee. The results of … more
Montgomery County voters elected a new state’s attorney while favoring Republicans in every single race, and voters in Litchfield let city hall know they are in favor of the sale of … more
With heavy hearts, members of the Waggoner Centennial Players have announced the decision to cancel this year’s annual dinner theater, due to the ongoing pandemic. However, in order to … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board approved a project spearheaded by the Raymond Boy Scouts Troop 277 to construct a firepit by Memorial Park during their meeting on Monday evening, March 1, at the … more
Montgomery County resident Chelsey Jeffers is currently a graduate student, pursuing a masters of arts degree in history  at the University of Illinois-Springfield, and is seeking help from her … more
The Montgomery County Health Department does not want Super Bowl parties to turn into super spreaders, so is encouraging anyone who attended such gatherings to get tested for COVID-19. The health … more
Members of the Hillsboro Public Library Board and their architect opened eight tightly-grouped bids on Wednesday, March 10, to complete renovation work at the former downtown bank building that board … more
In an effort to support small business this holiday season while maintaining safe shopping amid the pandemic, the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce is changing Small Business Saturday into Small Business … more
While hearts have always been synonymous with February and Valetine’s Day, one particular heart has extra special meaning this year for one Litchfield couple. James Randle had a life-saving … more
During their regular monthly meeting, members of the Montgomery County Board learned Chris-Mont Emergency Managment Agency (EMA) Director Greg Nimmo has resigned, effective March 12. The board met … more
The body of a Central Illinois hero from the Korean War will be passing through Montgomery County on his return home after 70 years on Monday, May 10, and the Illinois Army National Guard is asking … more
With new mitigations in this area and a continued rise of positive cases of the COVID-19 virus, health officials remind local residents of some of the protocols put in place to keep the community … more
The Montgomery County Planning Commission and the county’s Economic Development Committee met Monday evening, Nov. 2, for a final discussion about the revisions suggested by the planning … more
As Montgomery County begins to receive its first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, frontline health care workers will be the first in line to be vaccinated. Montgomery County Health Department … more
Raymond Village Board met at 7 p.m. on Monday night, Nov. 2. Those in attendance were Mayor Denny Held, trustees Robert Pennock, Bruce Poggenpohl, Greg Bernhardt, Dan Hough and Bill Krager, Treasurer … more
The Montgomery County Health Department reports 92 new COVID-19 coronavirus cases and one more death. The death, the 21st in the county, was the third this month, a month in which 499 new COVID … more
There will be contested races in one of the four school districts headquartered in Montgomery County at the April 6 consolidated election after the filing period ended on Monday, Dec. 21. According … more
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