UTICA — What was expected to be a battle of two of the top teams in the Mid-Buckeye Conference was just that Saturday.
UTICA — The East Knox Bulldogs' boys basketball program turned a page on Friday night.
MOUNT VERNON — Playing at home for the first time this season was just what the Mount Vernon High School basketball team needed.
MOUNT VERNON — The traffic lights aren’t leaving Coshocton Avenue.
MOUNT VERNON — The defense rested its case to conclude Friday’s session of the contract termination hearing for suspended Mount Vernon middle school teacher John Freshwater.
MOUNT VERNON — Cautiously optimistic is how Phillip Ball describes the outlook for milk prices in 2010.
MOUNT VERNON — On Friday, Common Pleas Court Judge Otho Eyster sentenced nine men for various crimes, according to Knox County Prosecutor John Thatcher.
MOUNT VERNON — City Engineer Cameron Keaton reports that McKenzie and McArthur streets were both open and ready for traffic.
Legislatures loosen gun laws
An Associated Press review has found that between 2007 and 2008 two dozen states passed new laws loosening gun restrictions. Most changes were in Southern and Western states.
MOUNT VERNON — The recruiting process can vary from level to level and school to school. It is important to know the differences prior to beginning the process.
MOUNT VERNON — The game of college recruiting has changed much over the last decade. Gone are the days of simply rolling out the ball and playing a game. Nowadays, athletes wanting to continue their careers at the next level must treat recruiting as a job application.
MOUNT VERNON — Clothing too close to an over-heated space heater set an upstairs bedroom on fire at 109 N. Division St. early this morning.
MOUNT VERNON — Notices have already gone out for dog licenses for 2010.
MOUNT VERNON — Assuming the full cost of extending the county wastewater system, and then being assessed thousands of dollars in fees to tap into it, is unfair, said a representative of a developer to the Knox County Commissioners on Thursday morning.
MOUNT VERNON — Old railroad properties have been much in the news lately, as county officials have tangled with historical, sketchily documented railroad property issues.
MOUNT VERNON — Henry's At The Historic Curtis Inn has reopened for business.
John Freshwater continues to testify in his own defense in a hearing to determine whether or not his teaching contract with Mount Vernon City Schools should or should not be terminated.
MOUNT VERNON — On Thursday, John Freshwater continued to answer questions during his contract termination hearing.
MOUNT VERNON — Local media outlets will join together this weekend for the 28th annual Food for the Hungry drive, to benefit The Salvation Army and Interchurch Social Services.