MOUNT VERNON -- It wasn't a full house, but about 30 people attended the Community Town Hall meeting sponsored by the Knox County Democratic Women, Tuesday night.
MOUNT VERNON -- Today is National Walk to School Day, an event that was first organized by the Partnership for a Walkable America in 1997 as a way to build awareness for the need for walkable communities.
MOUNT VERNON -- Two residential structures were announced as recently demolished, and two more were ordered to be demolished when the Mount Vernon Dilapidated Buildings Commission met Tuesday morning in City Council chambers.
MOUNT VERNON -- The messages of determination and faithful obedience will be heard at the 16th annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast this Saturday at The Station Break.
MOUNT VERNON -- Dan Emmett Elementary School is keeping pupils'energy going with fresh fruits and vegetables, thanks to a grant from the Ohio Department of Education.
MOUNT VERNON -- In one of the loudest and most thrilling matches all year, the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets handed Big Walnut its first loss in Ohio Capital Conference play on Tuesday.
MOUNT VERNON -- It wasn't the way the Mount Vernon soccer team wanted to send out its seniors.
DANVILLE -- The Danville Blue Devils faced a stiff challenge from the visiting East Knox Bulldogs in Mid-Buckeye Conference volleyball action on Tuesday.
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