Arriving on two Head Start buses, the 2010 Ohio Junior Miss participants started Thursday off with a little education and a lot of interaction with the preschoolers at the New Hope Early Education Center.
Dave Southward, superintendent of the Knox County Educational Service Center, is retiring after serving 40 years as an educator.
Current customers of National City Bank will see a few new signs around town but can expect service from the same employees as National City Bank closes its doors today and will reopen Monday as PNC Bank.
A county-by-county study released Wednesday comparing the health of residents gives health officials a starting point in the ongoing effort to make them healthier.
One of the delights of living in a community with lots of talented performers is that a variety of acts can be assembled into a cabaret evening of entertainment without the full-blown logistical nightmares of six weeks of rehearsal for a large cast.
Eleven candidates for the 18th District congressional seat have filed their petitions with the Tuscarawas County Board of Elections.
There will no longer be sled riding at Chapel Hill Golf Course on the steep drive off Johnstown Road.
Snow isnít just an inconvenience to motorists, it can get in the way of official county utility business.
Knox County 9-1-1 Coordinator Brian Hess met with the board of commissioners Thursday afternoon to seek a resolution from the commissioners approving of the new 9-1-1 contract Hess negotiated between the county and the Fraternal Order of Police, the union for the 9-1-1 dispatchers.
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