MOUNT VERNON -- Some negotiations were in order when Mount Vernon City Council met with the Knox County Commissioners Monday night to discuss the 2013 jail contract.
MOUNT VERNON -- The laundry room at the Curtis Inn has been cleared to reopen, Mount Vernon Fire Chief Chris Menapace reported.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon City Council is one step closer to acquiring an "eye sore"on Coshocton Avenue that will eventually rid motorists of a traffic nightmare at a confusing intersection.
MOUNT VERNON -- As long as human nature remains flawed, there should be no shortage of work for Knox County Prosecutor John Thatcher and his staff.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon City Council was brought up to speed regarding the proposed changes to the county's 911 system during a joint meeting with the Knox County Commissioners Monday night.
WALHONDING -- A 10-year-old Coshocton County girl died Friday at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus from injuries sustained from an ATV accident on Thursday, Nov. 22.
MOUNT VERNON -- Knox County Commissioners spent more than an hour Monday meeting with representatives of Meritain Health about the administration of the wellness portion of the county's health insurance plan.
MOUNT VERNON -- Airport shuttle service, gun holster bags and an insurance office are among the newest business ventures around the Knox County area.
MOUNT VERNON -- David R. Scott Jr., 38, Mount Vernon, being held in the Knox County Jail on charges stemming from the death of Kendrick Breece, 4, was allegedly assaulted in the jail on Oct. 22.
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