MOUNT VERNON — Adults who experience severe and persistent mental illness have a safe place in Knox County to find peer support, help with accessing services, and assistance with everyday tasks which can be difficult for someone on the journey to recovery.
MOUNT VERNON — Party! Party! has moved to 14 E. Gambier St., and will be open for business starting July 30.
MOUNT VERNON — Glenn Spray, a long time Indian artifact collector, will be sharing part of his collection with the people of Knox County.
MOUNT VERNON — No one ever said winning a state championship would be easy. The Mount Vernon Sport-N-Shoes All-Stars found that out the hard way on Thursday night.
MOUNT VERNON — Surrounding its treatment foster families with support and guidance, The Village Network creates a web of resources that cultivates not only strong foster families but strong extended families that encompass both the foster and biological families.
MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon Police Department investigation has concluded the shooting out of a MOTA bus window on June 28 was accidental.
MOUNT VERNON — Like educational entities around the state, the Knox County Educational Service Center is tightening its belt.
MOUNT VERNON — The recent death of a Fredericktown man in a one-car fatal crash brought the highway fatality total in Knox County to eight so far this year.
MOUNT VERNON — Word on the street over the past number of months has been Kroger will be expanding its business on Coshocton Avenue, utilizing plaza space to the west of its current facility.
MOUNT VERNON — Shop 'til you drop has never been better for those quilting enthusiasts. Ten shops will be participating in this summer's Quilt Spree today through July 31.
MOUNT VERNON — Attics and closets sat empty Tuesday as local residents lined the halls of the Holiday Inn Express clasping their antique treasures to be valued during the Treasure Hunters Roadshow.
MOUNT VERNON — The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected four of Scott Pullins' requests in his objection to a recommended indefinite suspension.
MOUNT VERNON — A Knox County man was sentenced recently for charges related to burglaries and a planned assault at the Knox County Jail.
MOUNT VERNON — Back in November, Ohio voters passed an amendment to the state constitution which allows the construction of casinos in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus and Toledo.
DANVILLE — The Danville Board of Education accepted the resignation of Edward Honabarger as physical education/health teacher on Monday.
MARENGO — State Rep. Margaret Ann Ruhl and Ohio Department of Transportation officials met for an informative meeting on the construction projects for I-71 in Morrow County, Thursday morning in Marengo.
MOUNT VERNON — A suspect wanted in connection with the raid on two methamphetamine labs the morning of July 14 has been arrested.
China rushed to keep an oil spill from reaching international waters, while an environmental group tried to assess if the country’s largest reported spill was worse than has been disclosed.