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  • Greenfield History Day Oct. 3

    The Greenfield Historical Society will hold its third annual History Day on Saturday, Oct. 3, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. The event will be held at the society’s complex of historical buildings on the east side of Greenfield, near the state Route 28 bridge.
  • Artisan fair seeking new talent
    LEESBURG – In the world of artisan shows and craft fairs, 27 years is a long time.
  • Quail Run Senior Villas opens
    Quail Run Senior Villas, 1201 N. West Street in Hillsboro, celebrated the grand opening of the 42 villa style senior apartments with a Highland County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting.
  • Former Adena patient 'back on track' after suffering stroke
    Hillsboro resident Mary Grooms always had a healthy life. At 59, she was enjoying life, especially her two sons and grandchildren, and during the Christmas season, was looking forward to time spent with family, reliving traditions and exhausting all energy in shopping, baking and enjoying the sounds and sights of the season.
  • Program mixes recycling, fund-raising
    It’s a time-honored tradition with a twist. Along with the usual fund-raising activities at  Got Forgiveness?, Inc., there is a new and profitable way to help our neighbor that benefits the environment as well. Got Forgiveness?, Inc. is tackling the growing problem of electronic waste and literally turning it into cash.
  • Hillsboro Garden Club convenes
    The Hillsboro Garden Club met Aug. 25, at the Floral Hall on the Highland County Fairgrounds. President Dena Benner led the group in reciting the “Pledge of Allegiance,” followed by singing “God Bless America.”
  • Senior Scene: From the HCSCC
    The Highland County Health Department will give flu shots at the Senior Center on Monday, Sept. 28 from 3-6 p.m. Note: This vaccine is for seasonal flu only and is for those ages 3 and over. There is no shortage of vaccine this year. Cost is $20. Medicare Part B and Medicaid will pay for flu shots. No appointment is necessary; patients will be seen on a first come-first served basis.
  • Materkoski, Sanders to exchange vows Oct. 17
    Ron and Jackie Materkoski of Bellaire are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Jill Materkoski, to Craig Sanders, son of Randy and Debbie Sanders of Hillsboro.
  • Henry Fisher's 90th birthday open house Oct. 3
    It is the pleasure of the Henry C. Fisher family to invite you to attend his 90th birthday party open house. It will be held on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 2-4 p.m. at the Wilmington Municipal Building, 69 N. South Street, Wilmington.
  • Girl Scouts hold recognition ceremony at Liberty Park
    The Hillsboro Service Unit, part of Girl Scouts of Ohio Heartland Council, recently held their Recognition and Bridging Ceremony at Liberty Park. The sunshine and wind could not have been stronger!
  • John Louis to appear in Leesburg, East Monroe Oct. 18
    Magician John Louis is coming to Leesburg on Oct. 18.
  • Highland Soil & Water Conservation District's 67th annual meeting & banquet will be held on Oct. 15
    The Highland Soil & Water Conservation District's 67th Annual Meeting & Banquet will be held on October 15th, at
  • Here comes the Haunted Hills! Starting  Friday night ! (October 2)
    Autumn brings lots of special things - things that we all look forward to.
  • Calendar of Events
    Free meal Sept. 26 at Greenfield church
    The monthly free meal at the Greenfield Methodist Church will be held on
    Saturday, Sept. 26 from 4-5:30 p.m. The menu will be chicken casserole,
    green beans, bread, and fruit crisp.
  • Chamber of Commerce sponsors 'Let's Do Lunch' program at SSCC
    "Let's Do Lunch" the women's diversity program sponsored by the Highland County Chamber of Commerce, Southern State Community College, Fifth Third Bank and the SSCC Foundation will be held on Friday, October 9, 2009 in the Southern State Community College Atrium on central campus in Hillsboro
  • New talent sought for Artisan Folk Fair in Leesburg
    By LINDA FUGATE For The Highland County Press LEESBURG - In the world of artisan shows and craft fairs, 27 years is a
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