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  • Keith Morris of Canyon Construction continues improvements at the intersection of Norton and Chestnut streets on Tuesday. The work is part of an improvement project that will widen the intersection and improve the entrance to Rolls-Royce. style=

    Making a new entrance

    Keith Morris of Canyon Construction continues improvements at the intersection of Norton and Chestnut streets on Tuesday. The work is part of an improvement project that will widen the intersection and improve the entrance to Rolls-Royce. (Photo by Chloe Coleman)

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  • Employees of Modern Builders Inc. have been busy this week working on the  Buchwald Center Plaza, at the corner of West Gambier and South Main streets in downtown. Mount Vernon Nazarene University Director of Facilities Services Denny Taylor told the News that the project is still on schedule to be completed by the First Friday event in September.  style=

    Buchwald Plaza taking shape

    Employees of Modern Builders Inc. have been busy this week working on the Buchwald Center Plaza, at the corner of West Gambier and South Main streets in downtown. Mount Vernon Nazarene University Director of Facilities Services Denny Taylor told the News that the project is still on schedule to be completed by the First Friday event in September. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Lori Amstutz has been the owner of Williams Flower Shop at 1145 S. Main St. since 2010. She is planning to mark the 90th anniversary of the opening of the shop with a celebration on July 6 and 7. style=

    Williams Flower Shop set to mark 90 years

    Lori Amstutz has been the owner of Williams Flower Shop at 1145 S. Main St. since 2010. She is planning to mark the 90th anniversary of the opening of the shop with a celebration on July 6 and 7. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Construction work continues on Coshocton Avenue. Workers from Ogleby Construction lay concrete to build curbs and sidewalk on Tuesday near Ruby Tuesdays. City Engineer Cameron Keaton told Mount Vernon City Council Monday night the work is moving foward with few traffic problems. style=

    Curb work continues on Coshocton Avenue

    Construction work continues on Coshocton Avenue. Workers from Ogleby Construction lay concrete to build curbs and sidewalk on Tuesday near Ruby Tuesdays. City Engineer Cameron Keaton told Mount Vernon City Council Monday night the work is moving foward with few traffic problems. (Photo by Chloe Coleman)

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  • Darell Sanson was “made” to take music lessons as a youngster, but developed a deep-rooted passion for playing and performing. style=

    Unwanted music lessons changed Sanson’s life

    Darell Sanson was “made” to take music lessons as a youngster, but developed a deep-rooted passion for playing and performing. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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