MOUNT VERNON -- Changes in traffic patterns are in store for area motorists once the construction projects on Coshocton Avenue are complete this fall.
MOUNT VERNON -- 4-H members with a passion for sewing and style, brought their projects to the Mount Vernon High School to be judged Thursday.
MOUNT VERNON -- Scheduling live bands for entertainment at local bars can almost be an art in itself.
MOUNT VERNON -- Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it also may have caused more than a few bee stings.
MOUNT VERNON -- Soon, probably in August, representatives of the Knox County Auditor's Office will fan out across the county, inventoring every parcel of property in the county.
MOUNT VERNON -- The early voting window for the Aug. 7 special election is now open for Knox County residents living in the North Fork and Clear Fork school districts and will close Aug. 3.
MOUNT VERNON -- The opening of The Station Break at its new location has been delayed until state inspectors can approve the facility.
MOUNT VERNON -- A request was approved by the Knox County Board of Commissioners on Thursday morning for B&J Drilling to apply salt brine at two of their addresses of business.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Mount Vernon 10-year-old All-Stars batted around twice in the second inning and once, each, in the first and third innings, as they bombed North Fork, 25-0, in Thursday's run-rule-shortened District 5 Little League Tournament game.
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