GAMBIER — Naming the Gambier Citizen of the Year is a traditional part of the village's Fourth of July celebration.
CENTERBURG — A historic figure from Centerburg is about to be memorialized.
FREDERICKTOWN — The village of Fredericktown held a celebration on the Fourth of July, complete with swimming, fishing, food, and, of course, fireworks.
FREDERICKTOWN — A driver ended up in the ditch at 7:40 a.m. Sunday on Ohio 95, west of Fredericktown.
MOUNT VERNON — They may have had to work a little harder than they had wanted too, but Kiwanis achieved its ultimate goal and won the 2010 Babe Ruth City Tournament on Sunday.
MOUNT VERNON — It was a watershed day for local racing as Pacemakers Dragway Park experienced their most successful day in recent times. Saturday's "Red, White and Vroom" attracted plenty of drivers and even more fans.
MOUNT VERNON — A multitude descended on Mount Vernon's Memorial Park, Friday, with individuals and families arriving early to stake out a good vantage point for the traditional Independence Day fireworks display.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon's Independence Day celebration kicked off with First Friday on the Square — and other locations in the downtown area.
UTICA — Friday was a beautiful day to begin Utica's Fourth of July celebration, along with free parking, free rides and free entertainment, sponsored and organized by Licking Lodge 290 F&AM.
MOUNT VERNON — On Friday, Knox County Common Pleas Court Judge Otho Eyster sentenced one man for felonies and one woman for violating a condition of her community control supervision, according to Prosecutor John Thatcher.
MOUNT VERNON — Work on the Braddock Street bridge is set to begin in the next week.
MOUNT VERNON — With the end of the recent spring high school sports season came the end to the teaching and coaching career of one lifelong Yellow Jacket.
MOUNT VERNON — On Monday, Mount Vernon received a visit from Roger Heim and John Rohr of the Columbus Ohio Division of Fire Bomb Squad.
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Commissioners met Monday with Ron Simpson, Knox County Water and Wastewater Department superintendent, and Jason Figgins, assistant superintendent, about a report recently received from the Environmental Protection Agency about the Little Jelloway Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant.
FREDERICKTOWN — The streets of Fredericktown have seen an increase in traffic this past week as classes with the Knox Campus of Central Ohio Technical College got under way at the old Fredericktown High School.