MOUNT VERNON -- Do you love dogs? Want to help the Animal Shelter care for dogs that need homes? Do you need a calendar for 2013?
MOUNT VERNON -- "Only the strong survive"is just a catchy proverb until it's applied to the most vulnerable of us to highlight the dark reality of abuse and neglect.
MOUNT VERNON -- The deregulation of electric utilities isn't new but many consumers are still confused by what it means and how it affects the price of their electric service.
SPARTA -- A redistribution of leadership is taking place within the Highland Local School District, particularly at Highland Elementary School.
MOUNT VERNON -- Public participation will be permitted at the special work session to be held by the Mount Vernon City Schools Board of Education on Dec. 6, board president Margie Bennett informed the News on Thursday.
MOUNT VERNON -- On Sept. 24, attorneys for the Mount Vernon school board filed a motion with the Supreme Court of Ohio to strike, or disregard, parts of the merit brief John Freshwater filed with the court.
MOUNT VERNON -- The holiday period is in full swing, and schools throughout the area have been busy preparing programs to celebrate the season.
WALNUT CREEK -- The 3rd annual Journey to Bethlehem will be held today and Saturday from 4 to 9 p.m.
MOUNT VERNON -- Waking Dreams Smoke Shop at 37 Public Square was the winner of the 2012 Heritage Centre Association's Christmas window display contest.
A total of 48 new members were inducted into the Laura B. Koons Chapter of the National Honor Society at Mount Vernon High School on Wednesday morning.
FREDERICKTOWN -- The Fredericktown Freddies haven't dominated defensively like this in a long time.
MOUNT VERNON -- Local businessman and former Mount Vernon High School swimmer Josh Kline will put his degree in mechanical engineering to the task of building a better swim team.
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