Monthly Archives:: June 2011
GAMBIER — The farm at 22569 Hopewell Road, southeast of Gambier, has been in the Dudgeon family for 200 years.
NUNDA — A new school is taking shape on Nunda Road.
CENTERBURG — The final evening of the Heart of Ohio USA Days brought out droves of people to Centerburg Community Memorial Park on Saturday.
MOUNT VERNON — As spring rolled into the summer of 1861, residents of Mount Vernon, like people nationwide, were anxious for news.
associated press Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed New York’s gay marriage bill, starting what is expected to be a crush of gay weddings starting in 30 days.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon City Council will be holding two special meetings this coming week in an effort to get several pieces of legislation passed.
CENTERBURG — Gray clouds threatened rain all evening, but aside from a few scattered drops, the weather failed to disrupt the second night of Centerburg's Heart of Ohio USA Days at the Centerburg Community Memorial Park.
MOUNT VERNON — The investigation continues into the paramedic certification papers for Mount Vernon Fire Chief Shawn Christy.
HOWARD — With five schools leaving the Mid-Buckeye Conference after the 2012-13 school year, hope for any future of the conference is about to run out.
CENTERBURG — The Uncle Sammy and Little Miss Liberty "pageant" was the highlight Thursday at the Heart of Ohio USA Days festivities.
MOUNT VERNON — The deadline just passed for paying the second half of 2010 property taxes. Who determines how much to pay and what happens if one doesn't pay?
MOUNT VERNON — Measures are being sought to construct a free-standing wall on the north end of Mount Vernon Nazarene University's Buchwald Center on South Main Street.
DANVILLE — District accomplishments were in the spotlight when the Danville Board of Education met Monday.
SPARTA — After 30 years in education, Highland Local Schools Superintendent Tim Hilborn is calling it a day.
MOUNT VERNON — As far as most pupils are concerned, when school is out for the summer, school is out for the summer.
MOUNT VERNON — Bob and Barb Perkins have owned their WACO only two years and this year, for the first time, they flew from their Catawba, N.C., home to the annual WACO reunion at Wynkoop Airport.
"She's a daredevil," said Pat Dunahugh of his 4-year-old daughter, Ava. Ava bounced for several minutes on the Super Bouncer, with bungee cords pulling her up after hitting the trampoline. It is one of the amusement rides at the Heart of Ohio USA Days Festival in Centerburg. The festival runs through Saturday.