Fredericktown Girl Scout Troop 1691 visited FT Precision in Fredericktown and went on a guided tour of the facility, learning about STEM careers before doing a presentation for some of the staff members about their current project and upcoming “Sleep Out” event.
As the opioid epidemic grips the county, encountering families and loved ones grieving someone lost to an overdose is becoming more common. To help those grieving, a new Grievers of Overdose support group will be starting at the Hospice of Knox County.
The week of Feb. 12, the Ohio Eastern Star Home and the Country Club Rehabilitation Campus celebrated the 2018 Winter Olympics by holding their own Winter Olympics for residents — complete with the lighting of a torch and friendly competition between the two senior centers.
Knox County 4-H clubs will have a new meeting place in 2019, thanks to efforts to build a 4,600-square feet 4-H Youth Center on land adjacent to the Knox County Fairgrounds and Natural Resources Area.
Knox County Children and Family Services prioritizes the safety of vulnerable children within the county, doing whatever they can to ensure children are in the safest environment possible, and sometimes having to make tough decisions for the well-being of a child.
Saturday night, the YMCA announced its plans and kicked off a $3 million capital campaign by giving current members the first look at the changes, the ability to help select new equipment and options to “Give. Join. Volunteer.”
Nothing makes a person feel quite so patriotic as to spend the better part of a day viewing Bald Eagles that have made their nesting grounds right here in Knox County.
After last month’s announcement that JCPenney would be closing in May, corporate offices have received an influx of calls from consumers in Knox County, hoping to save the clothing store.
Valentine’s Day is the day to show your loved ones just how much they mean to you, typically through giving gifts like flowers, jewelry, and chocolates. With the big day happening tomorrow, how are shops preparing for the influx of customers?
Sunday at the St. Luke Community Center in Danville, Sam Quinones, author of “Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic,” discussed his non-fiction book and answered questions via Skype.