MOUNT VERNON -- Shoppers at Mount Vernon's Farmers Market are sometimes surprised by what's available each week, and what's not available.
MOUNT VERNON -- A former Mount Vernon elementary teacher lost his teaching license Tuesday to the Ohio Department of Education after allegations he was engaged in inappropriate communications with a student.
MOUNT VERNON -- Few household items sound more innocuous than bath salts, and a good soaking in Epsom salts is a time-honored home remedy for sore feet.
MOUNT VERNON -- For the second year in a row, teachers'salaries in the Mount Vernon City School district have been frozen and no steps increases will be awarded.
NEWARK -- A Nashport man entered a not guilty plea Tuesday after allegedly robbing a skilled game parlor in Utica on May 10.
MOUNT VERNON -- Student and staff milestones were highlighted Monday at the Mount Vernon Board of Education meeting.
SPARTA -- It's an awkward time for the Knox County Royals. The players just wrapped up a second-place finish at the Mount Vernon Tournament, and they're preparing for another tourney in West Virginia starting Thursday.
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