City Council Monday approved legislation enacting the promises they made if the .5 percent income tax was passed.
For the first time, Edward Jones Financial Advisor Sara Mankins, of Mount Vernon, attended Barron’s Top Women Advisors Summit held in Palm Beach, Fla., Nov. 29 – Dec. 1.
One of Central Ohio Technical College’s longest serving employees and Licking County’s top law enforcement officer were recognized by the COTC Alumni Council on Dec. 5, at its annual holiday reception.
A group of about 40 members of Perry Chapel Church, including pastor Dave Fowls, traveled around the rural area outside of Bladensburg, singing Christmas carols for people at their homes on Sunday night.
Saturday’s Kilted Klassic was dominated by Division I schools, giving some local schools an opportunity get some big time experience and a few hard knocks.
Roy and the late Glenda Waldron were honored with the Stephen W. Zelkowitz Award Saturday during the Food for the Hungry drive Saturday at Memorial Theater, as family members proudly looked on.
Words such as charitable, magnanimous and munificent barely begin to describe the extraordinary generosity of Knox County as citizens opened their hearts and purse strings to support the 2017 Food for the Hungry Drive, donating a record $313,691 in cash donations and 21 truckloads of food items.