MOUNT VERNON -- Downtown Mount Vernon comes alive on the First Friday of every month thanks to the Heritage Centre Association's goal to maintain a vital downtown.
GAMBIER -- For Gambier resident Chrissie Laymon, selling produce at a farmer's market is not a weekly occurrence.
MOUNT VERNON -- Last Friday's storm resulted in significant power outages in Ohio, but that specifically did not cause the blood supply shortages for the American Red Cross in Ohio.
MOUNT VERNON -- The city continues to clean up following the storm last week that left thousands without power for several days, and downed trees and branches all over the city.
MOUNT VERNON -- Electric power has been restored to the Knox County Memorial Theater, just in time for the cast and crew of "Grease"to run their final rehearsal Friday before tonight's opening performance.
MOUNT VERNON -- Numerous retailers benefited from the selfless generosity of Lanning's Foods when electricity was knocked out from last weekend's windstorm.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County Compost Facility on Thayer Road will remain open as Knox County residents clean up storm damage.
MOUNT VERNON -- Due to the recent power outages, the Mount Vernon City Schools Board of Education has canceled its regular scheduled meeting for Monday.
NEWARK -- Apple Valley residents who depend on The Energy Cooperative for power will see an interuption in power this morning.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon 12-year-old All-Stars leftfielder Kaden Daniels smacked a grand slam to highlight a nine-run first inning. Mount Vernon went on to cruise past North Fork, 14-4, in Friday evening's District 5 tournament game.
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