Mount Vernon City Councilís legislative meeting was dominated by discussion of the tractor-trailers in the cityís residential neighborhoods, mainly the East High Street area.
Two new council members and a new mayor were welcomed when Utica Village Council met Monday evening at town hall.
All appears to be going well in the initial stages of the new Collabor8 program with Knox County Jobs & Family Services.
Allen Stockberger will serve as president of the Knox County commissioners in 2012.
The old dog pound, now used by the Knox County Humane Society, needs repairs and the cat building parking lot is plagued by potholes, humane society representatives told the county commissioners Monday afternoon.
State Rep. Rex Damshroder, R-Fremont, in December introduced a bill which would suspend retirement payments to public employees who are still working in the public sector.
The Village of Utica Police Department is investigating an attempted robbery at Hometown Market, 322 S. Main St.
The social problem known as bullying is one that has recently been in the spotlight and has been facing students nationally and at varying ages.
Mount Vernon City Council discusses legislation that would require city departments that report to the safety-service director to keep an inventory of any item valued at more than $100 and all hand tools and equipment.
A former city employee changed his plea from not guilty to guilty Monday in Mount Vernon Municipal Court on charges of petty theft.
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