MOUNT VERNON -- Sunday night events, which ended with the death of William E. Myers, 51, of Centerburg, began about 10 p.m. when Deputy Lee Eppich parked his cruiser outside the Centerburg village offices and went inside for a few minutes, Knox County Sheriff David Barber told the News. When he came outside shortly after 10 p.m., the cruiser was missing and there was broken glass where it had been parked.
MOUNT VERNON -- One of the essential protections afforded American citizens by the U.S. Constitution is the right to a trial by jury.
MOUNT VERNON -- Knox County Common Pleas Court Judge Otho Eyster has granted a second continuance in the trial of Shawn Christy.
MOUNT VERNON -- A fire which apparently started in the kitchen on Sunday caused only moderate fire and smoke damage to the home of Neil and Debra McIlvoy on Gilchrist Road, but more than 100 animals died as a result.
MOUNT VERNON -- Efforts may be escalating in attempts to collect delinquent sewer bills in the Clinton Township Water District.
CENTERBURG -- A day that began with shocking news of the shooting death of local resident William Myers ended with a routine meeting of the Centerburg Village Council last night.
DANVILLE -- The Village of Danville is looking at sprucing things up this spring.
MOUNT VERNON -- No injuries were reported in a truck-deer collision which occurred at 5:16 a.m. Monday on Ohio 229 near Cochran Road.
MOUNT VERNON -- For the second straight year, the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets took on the Logan Chieftains in the baseball sectional semifinals.
DANVILLE -- It didn't take long for the Danville softball team to assert its dominance Monday.
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