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Hillsdale County election results

Reading Com­munity Schools  During the Nov. 5 election, voters of Hillsdale and Branch counties approved the granting of a $6.5 million bond to the Reading…

Local attorney files candidacy for State House

Attorney Andrew Fink ’06 will run as a Repub­lican to rep­resent Michigan’s 58th Dis­trict in the State House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives. He made the announcement…

Stadium Roller Rink owner Doug Ingles to run for county commissioner in 2020

Longtime Hillsdale res­ident and former mayor Doug Ingles will chal­lenge County Com­mis­sioner Ruth Brown for the Dis­trict 1 County Com­mis­sioner seat in 2020. Ingles moved…

Hillsdale County Toys for Tots is collecting donations for families

Each year the Hillsdale County Toys for Tots Cam­paign pro­vides more than 200 children with Christmas gifts, and this year local busi­nesses and orga­ni­za­tions…

Student vehicles involved in city-wide car thefts

The Hillsdale Police Department responded to 21 com­plaints of vehicle thefts over a seven-day period starting Tuesday, Oct. 29, according to Hillsdale City Chief…

Hillsdale County Sheriff cuts midnight patrol, cites staff shortage

Hillsdale County Sheriff Tim Parker sighs as he looks over a sheet scribbled with shifts for the week –– he just doesn’t have enough…

State Health Department recognizes Hillsdale County schools as ‘cardiac-emergency ready’

Three Hillsdale County schools have been des­ig­nated as cardiac-emer­gency ready by the Michigan HEARTSafe program: Jonesville High School, Jonesville Middle School, and Hillsdale County…

Hillsdale Historical Society honors renovated homes and barns

The Hillsdale County His­torical Society held its 38th annual “Restoration, Preser­vation and Beau­ti­fi­cation Awards” on Oct. 28 at the Will Car­leton Poor­house, where the…

Cottage Inn Pizza to open at its new location in the early months of…

Hillsdale’s Cottage Inn Pizza should be oper­ating out of its new location at Silos Fun Park by mid-January or Feb­ruary of 2020, according to…

City Council votes to extend the deadline for demolition of the Westwood Street property

The city council voted unan­i­mously in its Nov. 4 meeting to extend the deadline from Nov. 16, 2019 to July 1, 2020, for either…

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