MANSFIELD -- When presidential Republican candidate Mitt Romney rallied supporters at PR Machine Works in Mansfield on Monday, he responded to two subjects for which President Barrack Obama has been criticized.
MOUNT VERNON -- The whereabouts are still unknown of Andrew Brown, 16, of Mansfield Avenue, who was reported missing by his mother, Robin Strong, on Sunday.
MOUNT VERNON -- Monday night's Mount Vernon City Council meeting was dedicated to the memory of former council member and past president Chuck Dice.
CENTERBURG -- Proceeding with the solar power project was a good move on the part of the Centerburg Board of Education, according to a presentation during Monday's board meeting.
UTICA -- The steps toward demolition of the Linda Oiler property at 53 S. Central Ave., Utica, are now in the paperwork phase of pre-asbestos abatement.
MOUNT VERNON -- Although the city of Mount Vernon does not have its own set of building codes, commercial buildings are subject to the codes issued by the state of Ohio.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County Humane Society needs money, but the county commissioners said they have none to spare, at least not before next year’s budget.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon City Council members agreed Monday night to start broadcasting committee meetings on Time Warner Cable during a trial period.
FREDERICKTOWN -- Fans of the Fredericktown Freddies tend to describe the high school volleyball team in one word: Improving.
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