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"We really couldn't do it without the community," Alora Chandler of Sweet Addictions said in accepting the Business of the Year award along with her husband Matt at the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce … more
Much information was made available on Thursday, Sept. 19, during the monthly Hillsboro Planning Commission meeting in city hall. Seven members were in attendance. The dog park fencing is nearing … more
The Past Veiled Non Profit group is looking for its newest member, who will be unveiled at the 2019 Chamber of Commerce Halloween parade in Litchfield.  Nominations for the honoree will be … more
The Litchfield Community Center was full of sparkle and shine for this year's Party in the Park pageants, held Saturday evening, Sept. 21, with a packed house. Originally, the pageants were set to be … more
Readers that have taken a stroll down the sidewalks of Main Street Hillsboro in recent years have seen his work, but few may know the story behind Brian Lee's personal mission to help renovate and … more
When the siren sounds at 6:30 Monday night, make sure your food donations are outside the front door in Hillsboro, Schram City and Butler, and members of the Hillsboro Fire Department will come pick … more
The Reinventing Central Park committee will officially launch the revival of Hillsboro's Central Park on Wednesday night, Dec. 18, from 5 to 10 p.m. at the Opera House Brewing Company. The … more
The Litchfield Chamber of Commerce will recognize several businesses and individuals at its 73rd annual dinner to be held Thursday, March 26, at the Litchfield Community Center. Cost per person is … more
Lincoln Land Community College (LLCC) is seeking 20 additional students for the Open Door Workforce Equity Initiative program, which provides free career training in highly skilled, in demand … more
Registration for All Illinois Extension Master Gardeners All Gardener’s Day is now open. The half-day event will be held on Saturday, March 14, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Holy Family Catholic … more
Mayor pro tem Katie Duncan chaired a rather short Hillsboro City Council meeting Tuesday evening, Oct. 8; most of the discussion dealt with the city's audit. Patton and Company, PC, employee Kyle … more
The city of Witt has a decision to make about the future of its water operation, and the city council wants residents to have input before the decision is made. In short, the council needs to … more
Robby and Rex Robinson came home to Litchfield Saturday and presented their Homecoming Concert II as a special fundraiser  for St. Francis Hospital and Prairie Heart Institute of … more
Local leaders, neighbors, and environmentalists learned about an elevated level of cobalt in groundwater outside of an ash pond at Coffeen Power Plant, and what the company that owns the plant … more
Near the start of this month's meeting of the Montgomery County Board, Chairman Evan Young read a letter of resignation from board member Dillon Clark of Litchfield, who has been absent from the past … more
The Central Park sub-committee of the City of Hillsboro Natural Resources Committee launched the Reinventing Central Park campaign at the Oct. 5 Imagine Hillsboro European-Style Harvest Market.  … more
 "The decision here isn't about whether or not we are trying to provide the best educational opportunities for our kids," said Hillsboro School Board President Greg Bellaver. "We already do … more
As the result of new regulations, the City of Hillsboro has implemented a new policy that will limit brush pickup in town. The city will only pick up brush on the second and fourth Tuesday of each … more
Members of the Hillsboro School Board continued to fill vacancies during their regular meeting on Tuesday, July 9, at the unit office, including hiring a new assistant principal at Hillsboro Junior … more
"This is not something new," said Health, Welfare and Elections Committee Chairman Chuck Graden. "The county can't afford to do this (recycling) any more. That's what changed my mind. I wanted it to … more
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