MOUNT VERNON -- A Mount Vernon Police Department sergeant filed a discrimination lawsuit against the chief of police and other city administrators on the same day he failed to appear for a disciplinary hearing.
CENTERBURG -- A modular home at 2621 Larimore Road was fully engulfed in fire when firefighters from Central Ohio Joint Fire District responded just before noon on Thursday.
MOUNT VERNON -- Monday's bombing in Boston is an atrocity that might seem to have little in common with the crime of domestic violence.
MOUNT VERNON -- If the 2014 election for governor was held today, Ed FitzGerald would have the enthusiastic support of the Democrats who attended the party's annual Spring Dinner Thursday at Parkside Restaurant &Tavern.
MOUNT VERNON -- Disaster struck Howard Thursday, but nobody in the town noticed because it was only in the form of a "table top"exercise conducted by the Local Emergency Planning Committee.
MOUNT VERNON -- A nurse practitioner's office, a bakery and conceal-carry manufacturing are among the new businesses which are springing up around Knox County.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County Career Center school board on Thursday took action to move forward with the construction of a building addition to house the JROTC and sports medicine programs and advanced $200,000 from the general fund to the building fund to cover initial costs.
MOUNT VERNON -- The bodies of Krystal (Day) McGregor, 20, and her husband Paul "P.J.,"31, McGregor were found Thursday in their mobile home located at 900 Harcourt Road Lot 38 in the Westgate Trailer Park.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets played a road game at The Hive on Thursday.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets tennis team struggled Thursday against a stiff breeze and an Olentangy Orange team that was just a little bit more experienced.
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