MOUNT VERNON — For Women Only, an educational series, held its third program, "In the Pink," Tuesday evening at Knox Community Hospital.
MOUNT VERNON — The efforts of a local feline advocate group, Whisker Connection, to assist in an animal hoarding situation in southern Ohio will be featured on an upcoming episode of Animal Planet.
DANVILLE — A garden tractor was reported stolen Tuesday morning from the outside lot at Jelloway Valley Equipment near Danville.
GAMBIER — The College Township Trustees wish to inform all township residents that the recycling trailer at the College Township Fire Station will now be operating on a limited basis beginning in November.
UTICA — According to Superintendent Scott Hartley, Monday's meeting of the North Fork Board of Education was largely routine.
DANVILLE — School bus drivers were recognized and commended Monday at Danville's school board meeting.
UTICA — The Utica Merchants Association will be hosting a Meet the Candidates event Tuesday, Oct. 26, at 7 p.m. at Newton Elementary School.
MOUNT VERNON — Encouraging young people to be involved in the world around them and to grow into responsible citizens have been goals of parents and teachers almost since the beginning of time.
MOUNT VERNON — That noise you heard throughout Mount Vernon? It's was Ohio State alumni shouting "O-H!"
MOUNT VERNON — Matt Smith is the new head coach of Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets baseball, the school announced.
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Commissioners met with Judge Otho Eyster on Monday morning to discuss budget matters.
MOUNT VERNON — A new visiting judge has been assigned to the Thatcher/Bailey case by the Supreme Court of Ohio.
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Commissioners met Monday afternoon with Kim Horn, director of the county board of elections, and board member Carol Sue Owens to hear a request for funds.
DANVILLE — Danville Village Council members heard a proposal for supplemental insurance for its employees.
MOUNT VERNON — From city gazebos to waste and fraud in government spending, Monday's Up for Discussion explored local and national topics.
MOUNT VERNON — Judging from the reactions of the individuals who took part, Sunday's Life Safety Expo held at the Mount Vernon Fire Department was a resounding success.
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Sheriff's Office has a new second in command. Sheriff David Barber has promoted 46-year-old Lt. David C. Shaffer of Fredericktown to the position of captain.