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State Senator Andy Manar (D-Bunker Hill) is teaming up with local authorities again this year to host a convenient opportunity for residents to drop off unwanted and unused medications at area … more
Over 60 fourth through eighth grade students from around the state have gathered for a week of exciting hands-on learning during the 17th annual Litchfield Summer Gifted Academy held June 9-14, at … more
Lincoln Land Community College is looking for volunteer tutors to assist with the adult education program at its Hillsboro, Litchfield and Taylorville locations.  Laura Lessman, LLCC adult … more
Warmer temperatures have finally arrived in Montgomery County, and members of the Raymond Village Board discussed improvements to Shoal Creek Golf Course at their regular meeting on Monday evening, … more
"We are a company committed to doing business the right way," Vistra Senior Director of Community Affairs Brad Watson said in a conference call to local officials  on Thursday, Aug. 29, … more
The Montgomery County Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO) board is seeking young students for their program. The program is called CEO because the program, which began in 2015-2016, has … more
On Friday, March 1, 2019, Donna Luck of rural Hillsboro retired as a Hillsboro School District bus driver. Although she still subs from time to time, she has gathered years of memories that will … more
As the school year winds down, plans for the Lincolnwood High School roof replacement project are speeding up as the Panhandle School Board met on Monday, April 15. Panhandle Superintendent Aaron … more
With approval from the Hillsboro City Council earlier this year, organizers of the third A Grace-Filled Journey 5K and one-mile fun run event have set this year's date on Saturday, Aug. 31, in … more
The Hillsboro TIF district has generated $511,000 to date, representatives from the taxing bodies in the district learned at a meeting on Thursday, Aug. 29, at city hall. Tax Increment Financing … more
The 2019 Montgomery County Farmer’s Institute and Household Science Section will be held this weekend, Saturday, Sept. 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the University of Illinois Extension Office … more
Old Settlers opened with a community worship service in a new, shady spot on the east side of the Beckemeyer School grounds in Hillsboro. The site of the community worship service links present … more
A new store is joining the ranks of businesses located along Hillsboro's Main Street. Blackboard Mercantile, will neighbor with Evi Salon in the downtown building located at 229 South Main … more
It was a time to remember those lost and encourage those still in the battle against addiction during SAAD's third annual National Overdose Awareness Day event on Saturday evening, Aug. 31, on … more
Despite the non-stop rain Saturday evening, the Panama VFW Post 6628 hosted its 72nd annual mulligan on a beautifully sunny Sunday, Sept. 1. A lot of work goes into hosting the mulligan. Beginning … more
Voters in Montgomery County will fill seats on school boards, at city hall, in park and library districts, and regional school boards at the consolidated election on Tuesday, April 2. Polls will … more
With less than one month to go, siblings Grace and Charlotte Herschelman of Hillsboro just signed up to participate in this year's A Grace-Filled Journey 5K and one-mile event on Saturday, Aug. 31, … more
Litchfield native Chuck Pryor, a state trooper in Texas, is recovering after being shot on Saturday, Aug. 31, in Odessa, TX. According to news reports, Pryor was attempting to pull the shooter … more
In celebration of Autism Awareness Month (April), TASC (The Autism Support Connection) has planned some special activities for families affected by autism. On Thursday, April 4, a TASC Support … more
Before the regular Litchfield City Council meeting on Thursday, Aug. 1, members of the community got the opportunity to see some of the tentative plans for the proposed Route 66 Crossing Sports Park, … more
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