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Rebuilt McDonald’s is open

The rebuilt and modernized Hillsboro McDonald’s location reopened for business on Tuesday after more than a three-month hiatus when the old building, which had stood on North High Street for half a century, was razed and a new building sporting an updated, contemporary architectural design and interior was built in its place, according to owner Leigh Chamness.
HILLSBORO, OH
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BRAVO! Italian Kitchen Reopens in Bethel, Ohio

BRAVO! Italian Kitchen , the beloved restaurant located in Bethel, Ohio has officially reopened its doors, with a fresh new look. The restaurant, which will be celebrating its 30th year in the community next month, closed in April following significant damage from a fire. The Bethel BRAVO! has been remolded with updated interiors and the capacity to seat over 270 guests, in addition to an expanded patio with the capacity to seat over 50 guests outdoors.
BETHEL, OH
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Shelter employee allegedly sold dog

Brandon Browning and Justyce Small’s problem began on the last weekend of July when the couple set off for a horse sale in Ohio, leaving their usual dog sitter in charge of their beloved pets. Browning and Small, Flemingsburg residents, bought Puddles, a 2 1/2-year-old Australian shepherd/corgi mix for...
MASON COUNTY, KY
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Babz Bites: Rose of Sharon

When I moved back into my grandmother’s home at 118 East Third Street things had changed more than a little bit. My grandparents purchased the house from Knox & Bros Funeral home in the early 1950’s. Throughout the next few decades, they lived upstairs with seven daughters and worked downstairs where they had a chiropractic clinic. After my grandfather died, the space was converted into additional business space and later apartments.
MAYSVILLE, KY
Ledger Independent

Shelter Dogs of the Week

MAYSVILLE— Growing up with a dog enriches a child’s life in so many ways. Not only can they be best friends, but children who have pets in their lives often have happier mindsets. Sure, there’s the cute, cuddly factor to consider but beyond the obvious attraction of getting...
MAYSVILLE, KY
Times Gazette

Hughes feature is a reader’s favorite

Hello! In the kitchen with Sharon this week is Lisa Sollars. I want to thank you so much, Lisa, for this wonderful recipe along with this nice letter you sent along with it. When I asked you for a picture you didn’t have one so you made the deviled eggs just so I would have a picture. How thoughtful of you. And especially thank you for this great letter you emailed on how you like our weekend edition of The Times-Gazette, and especially how you enjoyed my In the kitchen with Sharon. It means a lot to me for your kind words.
HILLSBORO, OH
Ledger Independent

Czech Republic native’s love of horses and cheese is a winning combination

EWING — Prague’s rich history, Gothic cathedrals and medieval squares are a far cry from Kentucky’s rolling, wooded hills and small-town living, but after 22 years in the U.S., Ewing is where Noemi LaBlanc has put down roots. “It’s beautiful here and the people are friendly,” LaBlanc...
EWING, KY
Times Gazette

Garden club planning for fair

The July meeting of the Hillsboro Garden Club was called to order by president Judith Stivender after the members enjoyed a pot-luck meal. There were some very good cooks present. The 11 members and three guests stood for the pledge of alliance. The roll call question was, “What is your...
HILLSBORO, OH
Times Gazette

Critter Cruise for HCHS

A Critter Cruise was held Saturday by the Ohio Car Shows and Cruise Ins Facebook group at Rocky Fork Lake to benefit the Highland County Humane Society. Eleven cars and a number of pets were registered in the event that saw registrants follow a map to visit a list of places around Rocky Fork Lake and Hillsboro to visit and take photos of with their car or pet.
HIGHLAND COUNTY, OH

Georgetown Kegs-for-a-Cause draws a crowd

On the night of Saturday, July 9, Georgetown saw approximately 2,000 people gather on the Courthouse Square in Georgetown for the third annual Kegs-for-a-Cause. The Courthouse Square was filled with tables and chairs so the attendees could sit, eat, drink, and enjoy friends and music. The beer fest took in a little under $17,000 and will net around $7,000 for the after all expenses are paid. This year the proceeds from the beer fest go toward the splash pad to be built in Kathryn Hanlon Park.
GEORGETOWN, OH