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It took a special meeting on Monday, July 22, for members of the Hillsboro School Board to get the work done required before school starts next month. Board members hired a new teacher and five … more
A man who appeared to be in the middle of an alleged drug transaction when police arrived to serve a warrant, and the woman who admitted she was there to buy drugs, both were arrested during a … more
A Donnellson man who had just begun a career as an Illinois State Trooper was arrested Friday morning, Dec. 6, for sex crimes allegedly committed while he was a teacher in Vandalia. James R. … more
The popularity of Brittain’s Princess Parties (BPP) has proven that no one is ever too old for princesses. The Litchfield-based, entertainment company was founded by Brittain Osborne in March … more
Gov. JB Pritzker announced  Thursday, April 23, a modified stay-at-home order that will go into effect on May 1. Also on Thursday, Christian-Montgomery EMA Director Greg Nimmo announced that … more
“I keep telling people that it’s been like a roller coaster that goes up and down, but even that doesn’t describe it,” said Phil Borgic, owner of Borgic Farms in Raymond, … more
After several months of preparations, the reorganization study for the Hillsboro, Panhandle and Litchfield school districts will be presented on Monday evening, Aug. 12, beginning at 7 p.m. in the … more
In the dictionary, the definition of a revival is a reawakening or a restoration, whether it be mental, physical or spiritual. In Raymond, Revive is the same thing, a reawakening of educational goals … more
Holiday festivities will kick off in the City of Litchfield on Saturday, Dec. 14, with the Litchfield Chamber of Commerce's Country Christmas. The holiday celebrations will begin early at 8:30 … more
A motion that would have taken the option of closing Sorento School off the table failed by one vote Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Bond County Community District 2 school board meeting. Facing … more
It’s been a tough year to make a start in the restaurant business, but chef Ryan Turner is determined to jump in head-first. The Hillsboro native opened the restaurant at the Marina on Glenn … more
President Chad Ruppert called the July meeting of the Nokomis school board into session at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 16, with seven board members in attendance in … more
"I look forward to coming everyday." "Yesterday, I accidentally missed and I felt so bad about it. I just wanted to get over here." "In this school we get to have the connection between … more
In his more than 20 years of service to the Litchfield Police Department, Jason Black has gone from a a dispatcher to a police officer to a sergeant in his hometown police department. As of Thursday, … more
The Raymond Village Board accepted two resignations during their meeting on Monday, Jan. 20, including one for Village Clerk Susan Greenwalt effective Jan. 31. Greenwalt's resignation was accepted … more
The Village of Raymond met at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 15. Valerie Belusko and Ray Marten attended the meeting on behalf of the Montgomery County Economic Development Corp. Mayor Dennis Held opened … more
The Litchfield Chamber of Commerce has rescheduled their Halloween Parade. The parade will now be held on Sunday, Oct. 27. Registration and lineup will begin at noon at Sihler School in … more
A head-on collision on Route 185 two miles west of Coffeen on Saturday evening, Nov. 16, killed four people sending shock waves of grief through Vandalia and its neighboring communities. Four were … more
The premiere of the new Imagine Hillsboro Theater Group will be to a sold-out audience for Saturday night's Mystery Theater at The Abbey on Broad. Because seating capacity has been reached, … more
After an arduous organizational process, a new dock and boat slips have been installed at the South Marina at Glenn Shoals Lake (GSLC) in Hillsboro. The long-term project was completed in mid … more
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