On Tuesday, the Knox County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting event to welcome Crickets, an antiques store on South Main Street, as a new business in downtown Mount Vernon.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Knox County Chamber of Commerce marked the opening of the Toth and Team RE/MAX Consultant Group, 22021 Coshocton Ave., Howard, on Thursday afternoon.
While the announcement of Payless ShoeSource’s closing in Knox Village Square is still fresh in the minds of local shoppers, those with an affinity for shoes will continue to have options in Mount Vernon.
Central Ohio Roller Derby’s Fannie Maejaelook (Krystal Kettell) fights to get points as Derby City Roller Derby (Louisville, Ky.) jammer, ReXXy Dangerfield (Rebecca Thompson), right, moves in on Saturday, as the Central Ohio Roller Derby opened its 2017 season at home by hosting two bouts.
Members of the Woodward Development Corp., including Larry Grindle, Sandy Crow, Chuck Kindle, Douglas Leonard, Ann Laudeman and Pat Crow, watch as Kurt Waller, Scott Hepburn and Eric Aubihl place a capstone on the center gable of the CB Cooper Building on Tuesday afternoon.
Dave and Carol Ewart begin to cut the ribbon at the grand re-opening of Mid-Ohio Suzuki, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, at 494 Harcourt Road in Mount Vernon, on Friday with the Knox County Chamber of Commerce.
On Friday, the Fredericktown Junior/Senior High School Musical Theatre performed “Calamity Jane,” bringing to life the story of Wild Bill Hickok and Martha Jane Canary, at the Elementary School Commons.