MOUNT VERNON -- Knox County Common Pleas Judge Otho Eyster has ruled the arrest of Richard L. Posey Jr. and the search of the apartment where he was living were legal and the evidence obtained admissible in court.
GAMBIER -- "Where do we get our food?"
GAMBIER -- David Daniels, director of agriculture for the state of Ohio, was the featured speaker at the Rural by Design event held Tuesday in Gund Gallery on the Kenyon College campus.
MOUNT VERNON -- It is said that one man's trash is another man's treasure, and people who volunteer to pick up trash along the county's roadways are finding that to be true.
MOUNT VERNON -- A monthly meeting with the Mount Vernon Dilapidated Buildings Commission on Tuesday morning prompted research by city law director Chip McConville to look into the enforcement of power once an order of condemnation is issued.
The story that the fighter pilots of the 332nd Fighter Squadron, the Tuskegee Airmen, never lost an escorted bomber to enemy fighter action is a myth.
MOUNT GILEAD -- The Morrow County Sheriff's Office is seeking information from the public regarding a woman found early Saturday morning.
MOUNT VERNON -- It wasn't the kind of home debut the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets were hoping for.
UTICA -- Old Man Winter, who has overstayed his welcome, couldn't spoil the Utica Redskins'baseball home opener -- even with icy winds and game temperatures that barely reached 40 degrees.
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