John who? Olivia who? Forget Travolta and Newton-John. Ashleigh and Nick Zarley light up the stage as Mount Vernon's hottest couple in MTVarts production of "Grease."
LOUDONVILLE -- Native American dancers will converge at the Mohican Reservation campground for the 28th annual Great Mohican Pow-wow beginning Friday and continuing through Sunday.
MOUNT VERNON -- It didn't take long for the Mount Vernon Planning Commission to reach a decision on the proposed rezoning of lots on Sandusky Street from Neighborhood Commercial to General Business.
MOUNT VERNON -- Produce was distributed at The Station Break, Mount Vernon, in conjunction with the Mid-Ohio Food Bank on Wednesday.
MOUNT VERNON -- Women's health care, particularly women's reproductive health care, is an area that is frequently neglected by women for a variety of reasons.
After a silence of about three weeks, I.N.H., the Banner correspondent with the 43rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, had another letter in the paper on June 17, 1862.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County 9-1-1 Board acted Tuesday to begin the process of consolidating the two call centers by the end of 2013.
FREDERICKTOWN -- The Fredericktown school board on Tuesday ratified agreements with both the teachers'association and the classified workers'association that continue the freeze on base salaries.
MOUNT VERNON -- It was a battle all the way, but the Centerburg 9- and 10-year-old All-Stars proved just a little too aggressive on the basepaths as they ran past the Mount Vernon 9-year-olds, 18-12, in Wednesday's District 5 Little League tournament game.
MOUNT VERNON -- It's not the way Mount Vernon Post 136 wanted to play going into the district tournament.
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