MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County Engineer's Office is assessing over 400 miles of county roads in order to determine what roads will be resurfaced and which roads will be repaired.
GAMBIER -- Passion for design in rural settings drives professor Dewey Thorbeck.
AMITY -- When Delores Zeller visited Amity Cemetery on Wednesday, she discovered that the marble angel which had adorned the top of an infant sister's grave, had disappeared.
UTICA -- It is illegal in the United States for individuals and organizations to put material in other people's mailboxes.
MOUNT VERNON -- Only 10 days remain for individuals to complete and file their federal, state and city income tax returns for 2012.
MOUNT VERNON -- The month of March found blood supplies lower than at other times of the year and below planned quantities for the month, both nationally and in Knox County.
MOUNT VERNON -- In last year's appearance at the boys volleyball state semifinals, the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets were missing two things: Communication and aggressiveness.
HOWARD -- The cold weather in March and early April played havoc with the ability of area baseball teams to get their outfield defense ready.
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