On the fifth day of this month, a new pizza parlor opened up in town; but, this pizza parlor is unlike any other in Knox County: Amato’s Woodfired Pizza, 668 N. Sandusky Street.
It was a fancy night out Thursday evening at Ohio Eastern Star, as Knox Community Hospital’s Center for Cancer Care hosted the 11th Annual Cancer Survivor Recognition event in the Gallagher Center.
Saturday’s Farmers’ Market welcomed vendors with sunny skies and warm temperatures offering goods such as honey, maple syrup, flowers, organic meat products, local cheeses, peanut brittle and countless vegetables.
On April 15, 2016, a little warrior named Maci was born into the Whisner family — Josh, Karissa and their then 1 1/2-year-old son, Jake. Within the past 14 months, the family has battled through many life-and-death situations in order to keep her safe and healthy, but it was Maci who, despite her diagnoses of several fatal congenital heart defects, not only has survived, but has inspired countless families around the world
Shortly after Mount Vernon’s MC Sports closed up shop, Brian Hess of Utica purchased many of the store’s display units for the opening of his new business, Elite Preparedness, 25580 Bell Church Road.
“I bought the wall units, aisle shelving and I bought all the gun display units,” Hess told the News.
On Saturday, from 1-3 p.m. at Walmart by the car wash, 1575 Coshocton Ave., Michael Erow of Millwood is having a computer round-up day in order to collect used computers, flat screens, tablets and laptops from community members.
On Sunday’s warm evening, surrounded by wildflowers, fields and woodlands, Trent and Missy Kaufman hosted The First Presbyterian Church of Mount Vernon’s Youth Fellowship Grill and Chill at their property known as Camp Runamuck, 10320 Tucker Road.
Sunday, held at the Career & Technology Education Center of Licking County, 124 Utica High School students graduated during the North Fork Local School District’s 131st high school commencement program.
While spending some time up north visiting family this past week, I had the opportunity to engage in one of my favorite outdoor activities — fishing.
At dusk, while sitting at the edge of the dock, listening to the lulling sounds of crashing waves and watching the sun’s waning light glitter across the water, I suddenly realized my florescent orange bobber had disappeared from sight.