DANVILLE -- Events that draw large crowds, like the one that drew hundreds of visitors to Danville on Monday night, are often remarkable -- in some way.
DANVILLE -- Thirty-one years of baseball memories were crammed into 30 minutes Monday evening at Danville High School.
CENTERBURG -- Senior citizens age 60 and over are served by local providers in Knox County with a variety of services.
CENTERBURG -- After discussion at last night's monthly meeting, the Centerburg Village Council declined to place an electrical aggregation issue on the May special election ballot.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County Historical Society has not received any financial support from the county commissioners for several years, but as Museum Director James Gibson concluded his annual report to the commissioners, he said the society is requesting $5,000.
MOUNT VERNON -- A rise in cases with Children Services at the Knox County office of Jobs &Family Services was the report to the Knox County Commissioners on Monday morning.
DANVILLE -- The Village of Danville recently purchased a new dump truck. Monday, the members of village council approved funds to outfit the truck.
MOUNT VERNON -- Icy road conditions were responsible for a slight bus mishap on Wells Road Monday as Mount Vernon Middle School students were on their way home from school.
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