Monthly Archives:: December 2010
MOUNT VERNON — The holiday season is a festive time, a time to celebrate with friends and reconnect with family members.
MOUNT VERNON — The former Mount Vernon Middle School at 301 N. Mulberry St. has been sold.
MOUNT VERNON — The Supreme Court of Ohio unanimously upheld a disciplinary counsel's recommendation to suspend attorney Scott Pullins' law license indefinitely.
MOUNT VERNON — On Thursday, Christmas came early for a handful of shoppers at the Goodwill store on Parrott Street.
MOUNT VERNON — With 2010 ready to come to a close, Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis reported on several issues being reviewed by city officials as well as other projects occurring this winter.
CENTERBURG — Central Ohio Joint Fire District rescuers needed only 16 minutes to cut a car apart and rescue the driver trapped inside in a crash Thursday morning.
MOUNT VERNON — Today will be the last day of business for the Family Dollar Store at 1401 Coshocton Ave.
CENTERBURG — Each morning, about 75 Centerburg Middle School students start the school day by participating in a special intervention period.
When I was a kid, every year on Christmas Eve our dad would unmercifully tease my brothers and I about the prospect of opening "just one" present that night.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Jon Lurie is alive to enjoy Christmas with his son, thanks to some quick thinking by those around him.
SPARTA — The Highland Scots boys basketball team defeated the Fredericktown Freddies, 38-31, in a battle between two very tired teams on Thursday.
The Supreme Court of Ohio upheld a disciplinary counsel’s recommendation to suspend local attorney Scott Pullins’ law license indefinitely. related document Ohio Supreme Court Ruling: Disciplinary Counsel v. Pullins (PDF)
FREDERICKTOWN — It happened again — only in reverse.
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Board of Health took up the issue of conditions at 3 Maplewood Ave. in Mount Vernon, which is owned by Patrick E. Cagnon, at the behest of the Mount Vernon Dilapidated Buildings Commission during Wednesday's monthly meeting.
MOUNT VERNON — A Mount Vernon man accused of stealing a donation kettle from The Salvation Army made a not guilty plea in Mount Vernon Municipal Court on Tuesday.
The East Knox Lions Club recently put some of their fundraising money to good use.
Betty Wertz, 82, Mount Vernon, was not injured when her car slammed into this driveway retaining wall Wednesday at 4:14 p.m.
SPARTA — Classes may be off for two weeks at Highland High School, but the boys basketball team isn't taking a break.