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It's one of the first signs that baseball season is almost here, and not even the Astros can steal it. Montgomery County's own little slice of baseball heaven, the Bottomley-Ruffing-Schalk … more
For the 10th year in a row, Stamp Out Cancer organizers  are anticipating a sold-out event.  Last year, more than 600 tickets sold out in eight minutes with anxious buyers camping out as … more
As of Thursday last week, three forged checks have come through local banks, drawn on accounts of victims of the rash of vehicle break-ins Jan. 20 at Fusion Fitness and DaVita Dialysis, according to … more
A Hillsboro man who had been asking police to test his meth for strength was arrested on Monday, Jan. 20, after he allegedly dropped off an envelope of the suspected drug at the Hillsboro Police … more
The Litchfield School District is looking to the future and success of its students, as part of a couple of motions passed at the regular monthly Litchfield School Board meeting, held Thursday … more
President Chad Ruppert called the monthly meeting of the Nokomis school board into session on Tuesday, Jan. 21, with six board members in attendance in addition to Superintendent Scott Doerr, … more
A new policy prohibits leaving boat trailers sitting on the marina parking lot all summer at Glenn Shoals Lake in Hillsboro, but does not leave boat owners without a place to store their … more
The luxury helicopter that crashed Sunday morning in California, killing all nine people on board including former NBA star Kobe Bryant, was once owned by the state of Illinois. The Sikorsky S-76B … more
Imagine Hillsboro's (Reinventing) Central Park committee asked the community to get involved during the group's launch party, the official start of their large-scale renovation project, on Wednesday, … more
Friends and family of the Illinois Army National Guard, 2nd Battalion, 130th Infantry, including Charlie Company in Litchfield, said good-bye to the 400-some citizen soldiers who are headed to … more
The Raymond Village Board accepted two resignations during their meeting on Monday, Jan. 20, including one for Village Clerk Susan Greenwalt effective Jan. 31. Greenwalt's resignation was accepted … more
A motion that would have taken the option of closing Sorento School off the table failed by one vote Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Bond County Community District 2 school board meeting. Facing … more
"Being queen gives me the opportunity to give back to my community," said Miss Montgomery County Fair Brielle Marten of Litchfield. "Our community may be small, but it's so full of love, and I enjoy … more
The premiere of the new Imagine Hillsboro Theater Group will be to a sold-out audience for Saturday night's Mystery Theater at The Abbey on Broad. Because seating capacity has been reached, … more
Police in Hillsboro, Vandalia and Litchfield are investigating a rash of vehicle break-ins that all appear to be connected to a black male in a white Mercedes SUV with Missouri license … more
"In distribution, we came from the 19th century into the 21st century overnight," President Earl Flack said of the December morning the new McKay Napa distribution center opened on the west side of … more
A request for additional funding for the Lake Lou Yaeger pump station and force main project by Crawford, Murphy and Tilly Engineering drew discussion between the aldermen on Thursday, Jan. 16, as … more
Hillsboro Planning Commission Chairman Tom Gooding welcomed commissioners Mike Ryan, Mark Osborn, Dave Booher, Don Karban, and Michelle Ondrey to their monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon, Jan. 16. … more
Nokomis Park District was awarded a $350,000 grant for the Memorial Park Pool project on Friday, Jan. 17. The park district was one of 85 recipients to receive a grant from the Illinois Department … more
Sam Anthony Lucania will be sharing his story of hope and recovery with students at four local high schools on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 28-29, and at a free public event on Wednesday evening at … more
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