MOUNT VERNON -- The removal of the invocation from the legislative meeting of Mount Vernon City Council did more than raise a few eyebrows on bowed heads at City Hall on Monday night.
MOUNT VERNON -- Ever feel like all the things in your life are like a juggling act? For Mount Vernon Nazarene University freshman Jeremy Stanley, it's an everyday occurrence.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis announced plans for the city to annex the old PPG and Lamb Glass buildings in Clinton Township, when City Council met in joint session with Knox County Commissioners, Monday night.
UTICA -- The village of Utica police department is investigating an aggravated robbery at the Skilled Games room, 347 S. Main St., rear, on May 10.
MOUNT VERNON -- Wiggin Street Elementary was the featured school at Monday's Mount Vernon Board of Education meeting. The board formally commended Wiggin Street Battle of the Books team, which won this year's competition.
UTICA -- Glen Richards was introduced as the new administrator/zoning inspector for the village of Utica when Village Council met Monday evening at town hall.
MOUNT VERNON -- Attorneys acting on behalf of the Mount Vernon City school board on Friday submitted a response to John Freshwater's memorandum to the Supreme Court of Ohio.
MOUNT VERNON -- Three city collective bargaining units now have new contracts after Mount Vernon City Council approved legislation Monday night.
PICKERINGTON -- The Danville softball team is back in familiar territory -- the district finals.
COLUMBUS -- The East Knox Bulldogs ran into another pack of Bulldogs from Bloom-Carroll. That group put an end to East Knox's season in Monday's Division III Central District semifinal game, played at St. Francis DeSales High School.
DELAWARE -- It was one of those games where both teams played nearly flawless defense.
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