MOUNT VERNON -- Malaya Sherman accepted her trophy for winning first place at the AmeriCheer Winter Open National Championship in Columbus on Feb. 9.
MOUNT VERNON -- The 23 contestants in the 2013 Distinguished Young Women contest enjoyed the first of their service club luncheons, mingling with members of Kiwanis Club on Monday at the Alcove.
MOUNT VERNON -- Apple Valley resident Lisa Miller is happy to be home after being aboard the disabled Carnival Triumph cruise ship.
MOUNT VERNON -- The United Way realized a successful 2012 campaign surpassing its goal.
MORGAN TOWNSHIP -- Residents along Morgan Township's Debolt Road are looking forward to being inconvenienced later this year by a highway project made possible in large part by Ohio Department of Transportation funding.
FREDERICKTOWN -- Second reading of the annual appropriation ordinance was the only official action of the Fredericktown Village Council, Monday, other than paying bills, but they touched on several other subjects.
MOUNT VERNON -- Schools are always looking for innovative ways to help students learn, and the students at Dan Emmett Elementary School need the community's help to win a $10,000 NBC4 Make a Difference Grant for two programs Tutoring Your Way &Connected Our Way.
COLUMBUS -- Knox County school board member Dr. Marguerite Bennett has been named to the Ohio School Boards Association Board of Trustees.
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