MOUNT VERNON -- Demolition will begin April 13 on another dozen projects under the Moving Ohio Forward Demolition grant program.
FREDERICKTOWN -- Fredericktown Free Will Baptist Church welcomed Matt Pond in early March as its associate pastor and youth director.
CENTERBURG -- The Path of Holy Week provides members of the Centerburg United Methodist Church and the community with the opportunity to reflect on Jesus'journey to the cross in preparation for Easter.
BLADENSBURG -- Ever wonder who put the live ducks in the Bladensburg barbershop 70 years ago? Know what happened to the first guy who wanted to open a saloon in Bladensburg? Interested in finding out about frontier justice, Bladensburg style?
GAMBIER -- When Kenyon College administrators began considering outsourcing maintenance management in 2012 as a cost-saving measure, there was a public outcry, division and opposition.
FREDERICKTOWN -- Fredericktown families with elementary school pupils found out that reading can be fun.
MOUNT VERNON -- As American National Can Co. was closing the Mount Vernon plant, it offered items of interest to the Knox County Historical Museum.
GAMBIER -- Including animation, painting, quilling and sculpture, the work of Kenyon College senior studio-art majors is on display at the Graham Gund Gallery through Sunday, April 14.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has awarded a NatureWorks grant in the amount of $12,000 to assist the Knox County Park District and Knox County Commissioners in constructing a small children's playground in Mount Liberty adjacent to the Heart of Ohio Trail.
MOUNT VERNON -- About the only thing that Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets softball coach Mike Marcum can be sure about, for now, is that the season starts on April 6.
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