MOUNT VERNON -- An improvement project to widen and expand Ohio 13 along South Sandusky Street is in the planning phases with the City of Mount Vernon.
DANVILLE -- In this economy, a $7,000 government grant sounds like a good thing, but chances are it's just another in a long list of scams which have swept the area in recently, and John Fongheiser would like people to be on their guard.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Community Foundation of Mount Vernon &Knox County has announced a scholarship to engineering students from any four or five-year engineering school.
MOUNT VERNON -- A Mount Vernon man is in jail awaiting formal charges after assaulting a cashier and taking an unknown amount of money from the register at the Town Centre Marathon, 600 W. High St., just after 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Two Knox County residents have been nominated for acceptance into a U.S. service academy by U.S. Rep Bob Gibbs (R).
CENTERBURG -- The Centerburg school board on Monday learned about the success of the Advanced Placement English literature class being conducted at the high school.
UTICA -- The North Fork school board started out the new year by expanding the opportunities for community members to interact with school board members.
MOUNT VERNON -- The following area offices and businesses will be closed Monday in observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon High School's In The Know team will be on television.
SPARTA -- The Highland Scots treated their fans to three quarters of good, exciting basketball on their home court, taking a 40-31 lead into the fourth quarter.
MOUNT VERNON -- The YMCA is where basketball was invented. And now the Mount Vernon YMCA and its sports director, Eric Boggs, are trying to make sure it remains the sport of choice.
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