MOUNT VERNON -- As the school year winds down, it's the season for 12th graders to reflect on their high school careers and make important educational and career decisions.
MOUNT VERNON -- Downtown Mount Vernon was the place to be Friday evening when the Heritage Centre Association's First Friday festivities resumed after a winter hiatus.
MOUNT VERNON -- The city has been notified that hot mix will finally be available next week, so the street department will be able to begin making permanent repairs, Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis reported.
Taking it to the streets
MOUNT VERNON -- On Friday, Knox County Common Pleas Court Judge Otho Eyster sentenced Rodney J. Snyder, 37, Mount Vernon, to a five-year prison term for the illegal manufacture of drugs, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the production of methamphetamine and endangering children.
MOUNT VERNON -- An informational meeting designed to establish a Neighborhood Watch program for residents around Knox Lake will be held Monday, May 7.
MOUNT VERNON -- The anticipated showdown between the Centerburg Trojans and the Fredericktown Freddies in the 4x800 relay highlighted the girls'portion of the lightning-shortened 2012 Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular at Yellow Jackets Stadium on Friday.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Mount Vernon boys showed their dominance in the field events Friday in the Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular.
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