News
563 results total, viewing 541 - 560
Members of the Hillsboro Area Public Library District Board hosted a truth in taxation hearing and discussed the downtown building project with architects Tuesday, Oct. 15, during their monthly … more
As a service to residents, the city of Litchfield will provide a fall clean-up the week of Oct. 21, weather permitting. Pick-up will begin in Ward 1, and will continue through each of the additional … more
The Montgomery County Sheriff's department said goodbye to one of their own on Tuesday morning, Oct. 15. Law Enforcement K-9 Officer Viper died on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019.  Law enforcement … more
A Raymond man is dead after a single-vehicle auto accident on Sunday evening, Oct. 13, in Farmersville. Ben W. Pope, age 48, of Raymond, was pronounced dead on the scene by Montgomery County … more
A Litchfield man who has been in jail since a Sept. 20 shooting in Hillsboro has been formally charged with two counts of first degree murder, according to Montgomery County State's Attorney Bryant … more
Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce is entering a transition period as Kaitlyn (VanOstran) Fath steps into the position of Executive Director. Fath has been an active member of the chamber's board since … more
An overnight fire destroyed a Hillsboro downtown building early Thursday, Oct. 10. Hillsboro firefighters were called at 3:03 a.m. to 509 S. Main Street in downtown Hillsboro, the home of Rising … 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
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
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
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
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 Litchfield Police Department and members of the Litchfield City Council took time out of the council meeting on Thursday, Oct. 3, to honor a young lady who went above and beyond in assisting the … more
The 2019 Litchfield Pickers Market season wraps up Sunday, Oct. 13, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in downtown Litchfield, 400 North State Street. This market will end with a full fall celebration. In … more
The Montgomery County Health Department currently has the flu vaccine and can administer the shot at the Hillsboro office from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Mondays through Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. … more
The city of Coffeen will host its annual Fall Fest on Saturday, Oct. 12, from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Washington Park in Coffeen. Beginning at 9 a.m., there will be a horseshoe tournament … more
A man who was caught by police with the money moments after a bank robbery in Litchfield over the summer pled guilty to the crime in Montgomery County Circuit Court on Monday, Sept. 30. Gregory C. … more
Students from Coffeen Elementary School made a special trip to the Montgomery County Animal Control Facility on Friday, afternoon, Sept. 27. The students were participants in the school's Reading … more
Using sustainability to impact profitability and return of investment over yield was a recurring theme during a conservation tour hosted by the Montgomery County Soil and Water Conservation District … more
The question of who gets state money for special education may simmer to a boil, members of the Nokomis School Board learned at their meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 24, at the unit office. The regular … more
« Prev | 1 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.