Rastin Observation Tower at Ariel-Foundation Park will be open from dawn until dusk, weather permitting, today through Monday and Dec. 22-27.
Retired Master Sergeant and JROTC instructor Craig Cox, left, accepts a $1,000 check from Pat Barnes, middle, a member of the Lucy Knox Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, and Sandy Coffing, right, CEO of CES Credit Union, for Wreaths Across America.
The students raised over $400 for Pennies for Patients to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Teachers and staff members were also duct-taped to the walls, had students do their makeup, kissed a goat and filled their mouths with marshmallows before reciting the alphabet
The Foundation for Knox Community Hospital will host its annual Voting Board Member meeting at a reception in The Grand Hotel on Thursday, Dec. 1, from 5:30-7 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public.
Ariel Corp on Tuesday honored the Knox County Career Center’s JROTC program with a special plaque of appreciation for the cadets’ commitment to the community and nation.
Kenyon College has announced its plans for the 2016 Snowflake Gala benefiting Knox County’s Food for the Hungry, which will take place on Friday, Dec. 2, in Kenyon’s Gund Commons Lounge.
After gas line work at the intersection of Wooster Road and Curtis Street on Monday, this crew was busy rebuilding the street by pouring a new divider and replacing the bricks.
The annual Food for the Hungry Drive got off to a great start with the collection of 14 pallets of food at elementary schools in Mount Vernon, both city schools and St. Vincent’s.
Mount Vernon City Law Director Rob Broeren was questioned about the exclusion of an officer when he spoke to officials with the village of Danville on Monday.