Kathleen Costello Shanahan passed away peacefully on April 9, 2017.
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.
A crew from DLZ Ohio Inc., Columbus, drills through Coshocton Avenue, in front of Chipotle, Thursday, as part of the exploratory process to determine how Coshocton Avenue can be widened to improve traffic flow through the intersection.
“Blue Jacket: War Chief of the Shawnees” by Allan W. Eckert will be featured at the Danville Public Library Adult Book Discussion on Tuesday, at 6:30 p.m., at the Danville Village Council Room.
Changes are in the works at the Ray Richardson Children’s Garden at the Knox County Career Center, which was first dedicated on Sept. 25, 1999. A major renovation is under way to upgrade various areas, install additional seating and increase the opportunities for children (and adults) to exercise their imaginations while enjoying the outdoors.
Mount Vernon Nazarene University recently honored donors and friends at the annual Donor Recognition Luncheon on Saturday, April 1, in Foster Hall, Ariel Arena on the MVNU campus.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month has been nationally recognized since 2001 as a result of decades of efforts by sexual assault organizations and advocates making the discussion of sexual assault rise a national level of prominence.
A funeral service for Ronald Lee Cherry, 70, of Utica, will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 15, at Utica Presbyterian Church, 9 S. Main St., with Terry Holobaugh officiating.