MOUNT VERNON -- Consistent with the entire church's value of ministry through a servant's heart, the Mary and Martha's care group raised funds this year to help make Christmas a little merrier for children who might otherwise do without this year.
MOUNT VERNON -- The opportunity to win a storage shed for $1 and to help a local homeless shelter at the same time is now presented to the Mount Vernon community.
MOUNT VERNON -- Representatives of the Knox County agricultural community met with the county commissioners Monday to urge them to continue to fund an agricultural extension educator for the county.
MOUNT VERNON -- For many people, online shopping is as tied to Christmas as the ribbon around the packages.
MOUNT VERNON -- Advocates of rural preservation told the Knox County commissioners Monday that their proposal for creating a new Knox County Agricultural Easement program will have to wait until the end of January or February to take form.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon City Council approved a measure Monday night in a special session that will create a revenue source to fund the future expansion of Sandusky Street.
DANVILLE -- Danville Village Council members discussed a variety of projects and proposed projects at its meeting Monday.
MOUNT VERNON -- The 2012 Food for the Hungry campaign reached beyond its goal this year, thanks to the generosity of groups, individuals and businesses in Knox County.
MOUNT VERNON -- Knox County Auditor Jonette Curry was installed as Secretary/Treasurer of the Northeast District of the County Auditors'Association of Ohio for 2013, at their annual Winter Conference.
COLUMBUS -- If a group of schools gets its way, Danville will never again have to face Newark Catholic in any playoff.
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