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Above, families take to the lanes during The Autism Support Connection's (TASC) Bowling and Pizza Party at Galaxy Family Bowl in Hillsboro on Saturday, April 6. There was a full house for the first … more
The Burke family knows firsthand how important different therapies can be to the development of a child with special needs. Since Jason and Gina Burke’s son Camden was diagnosed with 5p minus … more
It’s a celebration ten years in the making, as The Briar Rose in downtown Litchfield marks its tenth anniversary this month. Owner Danell Fogle said she bought … more
The HHS Art Club will be hosting an art studio on Saturday, April 20 for kindergarten through fifth graders. The theme for the art studio will be Earth Day. In each session, students will make … more
Members of the Stamp Out Cancer team presented a check for $150,000 to the Montgomery County Cancer Association on Wednesday evening, April 10, at The Event Center of Montgomery County, following … more
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) Director John J. Kim announced $25.1 million is being awarded to 20 applicants for electric vehicle charging infrastructure under the Driving a … more
Hendricks Home Furnishings, the region’s quality furniture store, is celebrating its 75th year focused on serving longtime and new customers. The family-owned business was founded in 1949, when … more
After meeting in closed session for an hour and 22 minutes on Thursday, April 4, the members of the Litchfield City Council determined that more time was needed to act on the … more
“$1 million. I’m still trying to wrap my head around it,” said Zach Wygal of Stamp Out Cancer. “Going into this Stamp Out Cancer season, we knew it was a possibility. At the … more
Imagine Hillsboro and Hillsboro Health Junior Board are organizing the annual spring cleanup on Saturday, April 20, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Residents in need of help clearing leaves, brush and simple … more
In March, eleven 20-foot containers loaded to the gills left Love Packages in Butler. The cargo: boxes of Christian literature in English. From Butler the containers went to the rail yard in St … more
BLH Computers will host their annual electronics recycling drive from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 27, at the former recycling building in Litchfield, located on the corner of Illinois and Ryder … more
Bank of Hillsboro has announced the newest addition to its team, Kord Lewey, who joins as the commercial ag loan officer. With a strong background in agriculture and a deep connection to the local … more
With the help of the whole community, including Breakaway, Envision Witt, Witt Lions Club, Witt Fire Department, Witt Public Library, Hillsboro FFA, Witt Casey’s and the Easter Bunny, Witt held … more
Bank of Hillsboro Director Harry Hutchison celebrated his retirement on Thursday, April 4, with an open house reception held at The Abbey on Broad in Hillsboro. Hutchison was honored by friends and … more
When this year's sold-out Stamp Out Cancer fundraiser takes center stage on Saturday, it's poised to celebrate a gigantic milestone, raising over $1 million for the Montgomery County Cancer … more
Much of the discussion at Hillsboro’s City Council meeting held Tuesday evening, April 2, dealt with finances balanced against the needs the city has for infrastructure improvements. All … more
The average American spends 4.1 years at a job, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. To spend 20 years in a position is something remarkable. 50 years? That qualifies as incredible. … more
The Lincolnwood High   School production of Peter Pan Jr. kicks off this weekend. The first show will be held on Frjday, April 5, at 6:30 p.m. Another evening show will also be held at 6:30 p.m. … more
Second grade students at Beckemeyer Elementary School in Hillsboro held their annual program on Tuesday, March 19 at 6:30 p.m. The theme for this year’s program was “Yee-Haw! A Rollicking … more
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