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The Hillsboro City Council accepted a resignation from councilman Michael Murphy as the first action agenda item when they met Tuesday evening, April 12; Murphy had served as Public Safety (fire and … more
The Nokomis City Council met Monday, April 11, at its regular meeting and continued to advance projects discussed at the previous meeting.  Commissioners approved a request by Police Chief … more
Members of the Schram City Village Board approved a resolution to approve the 2022 Motor Fuel Tax (MFT) at the amount of $28, 640 during their regular monthly meeting held Monday evening, April 11, … more
The superintendent shared parent and staff survey results with members of the Hillsboro School Board during their meeting on Tuesday, April 12, at the unit office. "The survey was conducted in … more
Three Litchfield people were arrested on warrants  for unlawful delivery of methamphetamine between April 7 and April 10 in what the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office called the second … more
The City of Litchfield welcomed one new volunteer firefighter and honored an exiting one during the city council meeting on Thursday, April 7, at Corwin Hall. With his family in attendance, Jeremy … more
Shop Hillsboro returns this weekend, with a retail Easter egg hunt event set for Saturday, April 16. Just find the special Shop Hillsboro Easter Egg hidden at any of the participating sponsors, … more
Honoring the qualities of good citizenship, members of the Christiana Tillson chapter of the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) hosted their annual Good Citizen Awards brunch on Saturday … more
In November 2021, Hillsboro native Neal Strausbaugh was named the crew chief for Tony Stewart Racing’s Top Fuel team, after working more than 20 years in the industry. But his passion for … more
“I learned in seminary that when you pray, you have to move your feet,” said Major Chase Wilhelm of Fillmore. Wilhelm, who has previous experience in military combat zones, spent two … more
Following a motion to approve the March 21 meeting minutes, it was all business for members of the Raymond Village Board who met for their regular meeting on Monday evening, April 4, at the village … more
Bike Hillsboro, a faction of Imagine Hillsboro’s Parks and Recreation Committee, is planning a community work day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 10, at the Sherwood Forest Campground … more
The Autism Support Connection (TASC) has a whole slate of events planned in celebration of Autism Awareness Month in April. TASC will hold its regular monthly support group meeting on Thursday, … more
A suspect who was wanted after the murder of two women in Collinsville Saturday morning, April 2, was shot by law enforcement near Pana after a chase that began in Hillsboro. The suspect, Adam … more
Summer is much better when music fills the air and Imagine Hillsboro has the local community covered. Heading into its eleventh year, the Hillsboro Concert Series has a big summer coming up. The … more
Democrats in the Illinois Senate on Friday announced a $1.8 billion package of mostly temporary tax relief proposals that they hope to include in the Fiscal Year 2023 budget as the legislative … more
In March, McKay Napa Auto Parts is once again growing, adding the Charleston store to its family of central Illinois stores. “The Charleston store was independently owned, and when the owner … more
The only things Aerio, his wife,  Dorothy “Dot,” and sister, Lena Lucchi kept when they closed Lucchi’s Market, a decades long staple in the Coalton-Nokomis area, on May 12, … more
Nokomis Mayor Michael Holliday presented a certificate of commendation to police officer Racheal Ehrhardt for her work that led to the apprehension of an alleged sex criminal.  Presented at … more
Dollar General (DG) is excited to announce its new store at 415 N Spruce Street in Nokomis is now open.   “We’re glad to have a grocery store  in town again. Everyone has … more
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