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After meeting in closed session for nearly 20 minutes, members of the Schram City Village Board made a motion to approve summer workforce during their regular monthly meeting on Monday evening, March … more
Continuing a discussion about transitioning Coffeen School to a pre-K center and sending all grade school students to Beckemeyer beginning next school year, the Hillsboro School Board talked about … more
“With our name comes a story,” said Tim McConnell of Shelbyville, who will soon be opening a new restaurant at the Hillsboro Country Club. “We want you to get to know our story and … more
The city of Litchfield took time to honor a 20-year veteran of the Litchfield Police Department on Thursday, Mar. 5, before the start of their regular Litchfield City Council meeting. Brian … more
What began as an alleged drug deal gone bad on Wednesday, March 4, resulted in felony charges against four people, according to Montgomery County Sheriff Rick Robbins. Laura Kampmann, 21, of … more
The City of Hillsboro will hold an “advisory vote” on the March 17 primary ballot that will allow citizens to voice their opinions on the buying and selling of recreational … more
Autographs are nothing new to Jim Leefers of Coffeen. But of the thousands that he has obtained over the years, a recent addition to his collection may be one of the most memorable. On Feb. 10, … more
A proposed bill in the Illinois House of Representatives could mean changes to mascots in 52 Illinois schools. The bill, which was introduced by Representative Maurice West of Rockford, would … more
The Hillsboro Summer Concert Series has announced two bands that will take the stage during this year’s Old Settlers celebration in downtown Hillsboro. “We are really excited for this … more
Imagine Hillsboro Festivals and Events Committee is preparing to host the fourth annual Father-Daughter Princess Ball at The Event Center of Montgomery County on Saturday, March 7, from 6 to 9 … more
One person was killed and two were injured in a three-vehicle accident on Interstate 55 about seven miles north of Litchfield on Monday afternoon, March 2. Robin L. Francis, 82, of Fond Du Lac, … more
Students in the Montgomery County CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) program had audience members on the edge of their seat for the sold-out production of The Leap Year Killer murder … more
In the absence of Mayor Foster, Commissioner Derek Durbin called the meeting of the Nokomis City Council to order on Monday, Feb. 24, in front of a large group of residents, many with opinions on … more
In an effort to combat illness, Madison Park Elementary School in Litchfield is now participating in a national school-health program offered by Kinsa. As part of the FLUency program, the company has … more
CEFS Economic Opportunity Corporation is offering free tax preparation for taxpayers who make less than $56,000 through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) site. The program … more
Summer is much better when music fills the air and as usual the Imagine Hillsboro Summer Concert Series has the community covered. As the series heads into its tenth year, Imagine Hillsboro is … more
The Waggoner Centennial Players are bringing Shakespeare to Montgomery County for their annual production, which kicks off on Wednesday, March 4. This year’s production of “Shakespeare … more
After a hung jury last year, a Peoria man was convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol on Interstate 55 in 2017 after a two-day trial that concluded Tuesday, Feb. 25, in Montgomery County … more
Several hiring decisions were made; bid openings resulted in a motion to table hiring a mowing contractor until the March 10 meeting; and a squad truck purchase from Taylor Springs decision was … more
After meeting for an hour in closed session, the members of the Panhandle School Board acted on a number of personnel items that change the layout of the administration of the … more
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