MOUNT VERNON -- In recognition of National Public Health Week, the Knox County Health Department presented five individuals with its Partner in Public Health Award this morning during the agency's eighth annual breakfast event.
GAMBIER -- The message of Easter comes to life Friday at Community Christian Fellowship when it presents the Easter pageant "The Greatest Story Ever Told."
UTICA -- Preliminary work at Devon Energy's drilling site in Morgan Township is almost done and the big equipment will start moving in next week.
HOWARD -- The second burglary in less than a week in Howard was reported early Wednesday morning.
MOUNT VERNON -- Civil War-era newspapers once published in Mount Vernon will come to life again in digital format thanks to a grant from The Community Foundation of Mount Vernon and Knox County and the Ariel Foundation.
DANVILLE -- The search continues for security cameras at Danville Memorial Park.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon's Yellow Jackets lost to Olentangy Orange for the second time this week on Wednesday afternoon, extending the undefeated Pioneers into extra innings before dropping a 4-3 decision at Jackets Field.
MOUNT VERNON -- It started out bad and got worse for the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets (1-3) as they were overwhelmed by the visiting Delaware Pacers, 14-7, in Ohio Capital Conference softball action on Wednesday.
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