MOUNT VERNON — The Heart of Ohio Tour will return this October bigger and better than ever.
MOUNT VERNON — A piece of machinery overheated at International Paper on Saturday causing a fire.
MOUNT VERNON — A custody dispute at a Coshocton Avenue restaurant involving a small child, resulted in multiple calls to 9-1-1 by observers Saturday evening.
UTICA — Meeting in special session Thursday, the North Fork school board first went into executive session to discuss matters required by law to be kept confidential.
HOWARD — The Apple Valley Property Owners Association elected three new members to the board of directors during its June election.
CENTERBURG — A group of friends in Centerburg are opening their gardens and homes for the Back in Thyme in the Heart of Ohio Home and Garden Tour on Sunday.
FREDERICKTOWN — Initial hope that a Fredericktown building damaged by fire March 28 could be saved, will not be realized after all, according to the building’s longtime owner.
MOUNT VERNON — Bids for the summer street resurfacing in Mount Vernon were scheduled to be opened on Thursday but the process was put off for one week when an error was found in one of the specifications.
MOUNT VERNON — Although the testimony phase in the John Freshwater contract termination hearing has ended, legal maneuvering continues in two related civil suits: Doe versus John Freshwater and Freshwater versus Mount Vernon Board of Education et al.
DANVILLE — For 15 years, Becky Zeune has raised miniature horses in Danville. Her first miniature horse, Patchy, spurred her enthusiasm for the petite equine.
MOUNT VERNON — On a sunny and hot Independence Day on Old Mansfield Road, just north of Mount Vernon, emotions ran as high as the temperature when Uwe Locher was introduced as a new citizen of the United States.
MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon All-Stars got started off on the right foot at the 2010 Ohio Senior Babe Ruth Tournament, held at Memorial Park on Friday night. Mount Vernon beat Springfield, 10-5, in the best-of-3 series, and will look to sweep the Warhawks this morning at 11.
COLUMBUS — A Fredericktown woman has been indicted for theft in office, a fourth-degree felony.
MOUNT VERNON — Many people accept employment and work at a job for financial reasons. Some, however, have other motivations which drive them in doing their job.
FREDERICKTOWN — Baked goods, cheese, honey, maple products and more were available on the square in Fredericktown on Thursday afternoon at the Fredericktown Farmers Market, held each Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m.
GAMBIER — Yellow roses are a symbol of hope, joy and freedom. It is hoped they are also a symbol for a new beginning inspired by the Christian-based documentary film, "Yellow Roses: Real girls. Real lives. Real hope."