MOUNT VERNON — Three years ago the Knox County Sheriff's Office joined law enforcement's elite by becoming internationally accredited.
MOUNT VERNON — The city of Mount Vernon intends to apply to the Ohio Department of Development for funding under the Community Development Block Grant Small Cities Program.
MOUNT VERNON — The first of a 10-part lecture series on the U.S. Constitution was opened by series organizer Phillip Lehmkuhl on Wednesday evening at the Mount Vernon Memorial Theater.
MOUNT VERNON — Local Attorney John Aebi spoke during the second half of the constitution lecture series on Wednesday night at the Memorial Theater.
MOUNT VERNON — The use of broadband technology in education, health care, and industrial sectors continues to advance as does the need for accessibility in rural areas.
DANVILLE — Stricter security measures will be in effect when school starts in Danville this month.
MOUNT VERNON — Area veterans were treated to another round of "Thank you" on Wednesday when the Knox County Veterans Service Office hosted an open house with refreshments, entertainment and a fun time of gathering with friends.
MOUNT VERNON — Patricia Mickley is the recipient of the Knox County Board of Realtors' 2010 Crystal Mile Award.
NEW CASTLE — Tensions have been rising to a high pitch recently between representatives of New Beginnings Ministries in Warsaw and the adult entertainment club The Fox Hole in New Castle.
MOUNT VERNON — At the former Moundbuilders Guidance Center, recent budget slashes, personnel reductions, and cuts in services have been felt deeply by staff and clients alike.
MOUNT VERNON — A normally docile cow went on a rampage this morning at United Producers, on Harcourt Road, injuring two employees.
MOUNT VERNON — A Mount Vernon police officer was dispatched to the parking lot at 109 W. Ohio Ave. Friday night about 11:30 p.m. to investigate a crash in the lot.
UTICA — On Monday, due to financial constraints, the North Fork Board of Education made further reductions in staff: High school special education teacher Kevin Murphy and cafeteria workers Faith Bruckelmyer and Debra Duffy.
MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon City Schools have been working over the summer to improve safety and security for students and staff, as well as general visitors, to the schools.
MOUNT VERNON — A dog owned by Joanna Bidwell, 60, Howard, was euthanized Monday following injuries sustained after being left inside a vehicle Sunday while Bidwell shopped at a local retail store with her sister.
MOUNT VERNON — Following a cab driver's charge of operating a motor vehicle under the influence, Safe Cab will close for a monthlong suspension starting Sept. 1.
FREDERICKTOWN — The Fredericktown Village Council met in regular session Monday evening at the Fredericktown Municipal Building with Dave Glass presiding in the absence of Mayor Roger Reed. Also absent was Councilman Paul Seymour.