NEW CASTLE — Zoning regulations put in place by many Knox County townships have helped curb the desire for a nearby strip club to expand its operations into Knox County.

 

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3 Responses to “The Fox Hole staying put”

  1. david

    You’re comparing a war half the world away with a strip club rumor in Knox County Ohio? Do people ever take their tin foil hats off to let their heads cool?

  2. Alumni

    Let’s see……..We’ve criminally invaded two countries, bombed, maimed and killed their citizenry, stolen their natural resources yet we remain so moral.

  3. Jacob

    A strip joint? No way? But a rent-to-own scam joint like Aaron’s? Sure, go right ahead!

    … Tell me what’s worse: going to a crappy little bar to see boobies, or being taken advantage of by scam artists to rent a couch or TV. Yet, which type of business does Mount Vernon welcome with open arms, and which is prohibited from setting up shop?