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The Litchfield community has plenty of treats in store this upcoming Halloween. Kicking off the schedule is the ‘Witches Night Out’ at the Briar Rose, located at 216 N. State St., on … more
These First Community Bank of Hillsboro co-workers were having a “roar-ing” good time as they stepped off at the annual Hillsboro Rotary Club’s Halloween Parade on Friday afternoon, … more
Trick-or-treaters followed the yellow brick road to the Land of Oz on Friday, Oct. 13, during the Litchfield Park District annual Trunk or Treat at Walton Park. A long line of children passed haunts … more
Halloween is just around the corner, and the Hillsboro community has several upcoming events for some spooky good fun. Trick-or-treating hours in Hillsboro, Schram City and Taylor Springs will be … more
The Litchfield City Council approved changes to purchasing thresholds for the city’s department heads, city administrator and mayor during their meeting on Thursday, Oct. 19, in an effort to … more
On Wednesday, Oct. 11, Hillsboro Area Hospital launched a new recognition program, “The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses.” The award is part of the DAISY Foundation's mission to … more
Montgomery County Health Department announces Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, Oct, 28. Items that can be dropped off at the collection sites include prescription medications, over the counter … more
Litchfield Health and Rehab Center is hosting its annual “Trunk-or-Treat” on Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 6 to 8 p.m. The free community event will be held in the parking lot of the skilled … more
Several local residents joined the fight for suicide awareness and prevention at the Out of the Darkness Walk held at the University of Illinois in Springfield on Sunday, Oct. 15. Summer Smith of … more
Pre-Kindergarten staff for the Hillsboro School District were recently recognized at the prestigious bi-annual “Sharing a Vision” Early Childhood Conference in Peoria for being the … more
Hundreds of community members joined together for the annual Fields of Faith event, held this year at Staunton High school on Wednesday evening, Oct. 11. The special event was organized in … more
The company that hopes to place energy-producing wind turbines in the Panhandle area of Montgomery County expects to have a permit application filed with the county in January, company officials said … more
School board president Chad Ruppert opened the regularly scheduled meeting of the Nokomis School Board meeting to order promptly at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, with the customary reciting of the … more
At the end of their regular meeting on Tuesday evening, Oct. 17, members of the Litchfield School Board spent about two hours in closed session at the Unit Office in Litchfield. One of the items … more
Audience attendance was sparse at Hillsboro’s City Council Tuesday evening, Oct. 17, and the city’s business was efficiently dispatched. Public Safety Commissioner Tommy Justison was not … more
A pedestrian was struck and killed in an accident on Route 16 in front of Illinois State Police headquarters west of Litchfield Tuesday night, Oct. 17. Rachel L. Marsala, 38, of the Litchfield area, … more
On Tuesday, Oct. 24 at The Event Center in Taylor Springs, located at 11198 Illinois Route 185, Chris Fields will be sharing how, with God, faith and family, he took control of his life and his … more
The third full week of October marks National School Bus Safety Week, and a chance to remind local drivers of helpful tips to keep school children safe. For many children, school marks the first time … more
It’s almost Halloween, and the churches of the Greater Hillsboro Ministerial Fellowship are ready for their annual trunk-or-treat ‘Hill-o-ween’ event. Everyone in the community is … more
It’s officially home. A brand new sign has been installed this month marking the Haven Home of Hope, located at 205 Pleasant Street in Hillsboro. The grand opening of the home was held on July … more
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