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Members of the Litchfield city council approved a motion to contract Crawford, Murphy and Tilly Engineering to provide pre-bid and bid services for the city hall HVAC replacement design project … more
"A hero is someone who runs towards danger while others are running from it." Jody Grove will do just that as she takes on her new role as cop in the small community of Raymond. Mayor Denny Held … more
"Camren loved golf. It was one of his passions," said his mom, Brandy Chausse. "I'm hoping this course will help get other kids excited about golf too." Camren's Mini Greens, a free, nine-hole … more
Runners and walkers all over the world helped to raise $13,000 for INAD research as part of the third A Grace-Filled Journey 5K Run and One-Mile Walk, held Saturday, Aug. 31, in Hillsboro. "We are … more
"The goal is to get a library card in the hands of the kids in the school district," library director Shelly Kolb said of an expansion of the Hillsboro Area Public Library District to nearly all of … more
Raymond Village Board met at 7 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 2, for a regularly scheduled meeting. In Streets and Alleys, Trustee Poggenpohl reported two places in Raymond that are having issues with junk … more
Roger Shipley's RC Jet Rally will be held Friday Sept. 6 through Sunday, Sept. 8, at Litchfield Municipal Airport. The annual RC Jet Rally will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept.  … more
It’s been a good summer for music, especially alumni of the Hillsboro Summer Concert Series.   Hounds won the reality show Who Will Rock You, while Old Salt Union saw their recent album … 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
"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 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
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
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
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
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
Local leaders learned important information about the upcoming 2020 Decennial Census at a meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 21, hosted by the Montgomery County Board and Montgomery County Clerk Sandy … more
The Litchfield School Board will host its first community listening session on Tuesday evening, Sept. 3, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Litchfield Public Library, located at 1205 S. State Street. "We … more
Perhaps it was the pressure of a longer than usual agenda; perhaps it was the presence of a full house of spectators; for whatever reason Hillsboro's city council moved swiftly through their meeting … more
The 113th Witt Labor Day celebration will be held this weekend, Saturday, Aug. 31 through Monday, Sept. 2. The three-day celebration will kick off on Saturday, Aug. 31, with an open house at the … more
The Illinois Enterprise Zone Board approved fourteen applications to establish or renew enterprise zones received for evaluation this year. The following Enterprise Zones were recently approved by … more
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