MOUNT VERNON -- Most anybody who walks the streets around downtown Mount Vernon has more than likely crossed paths with one of Mount Vernon's most selfless citizens.
MOUNT VERNON -- Budget meetings have monopolized city officials'time this week and the process will continue next week, Mayor Richard Mavis reported at his weekly press briefing on Friday.
MOUNT VERNON -- As the new tax year started June 21, Knox County Treasurer Sandra Mizer informed city and county officials of a change in the order in which collected delinquent taxes would be distributed, a change which was not implemented without an opinion from the county prosecutor's office.
MOUNT VERNON -- Some would say that America's justice system and the media focus too much attention on criminal defendants and too little on their victims.
MOUNT VERNON -- Knox Community Hospital, the county's third largest employer, will see a reduction of its work force after managers determine how to eliminate positions in the varied departments.
UTICA -- An annual tradition will once again be renewed when the Christmas Walk on Main will take place in downtown Utica on Wednesday.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets waited until the last few minutes of Friday's game to develop opening night jitters.
SPARTA -- It's not a conference rivalry, yet, but this backyard showdown always has all the look and feel of one.
MOUNT VERNON -- As more and more women join the ranks of hunters in America, entire families are becoming involved in the sport.
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