The Mount Gilead Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is currently investigating a single vehicle fatal crash.
Barred by a protection order from speaking with his kids, a Knox County Fairboard director tried to use a 14-year-old girl as an intermediary, according to police reports.
Following an executive session for compensation of personnel, Fredericktown Village Council voted to place the utilities supervisor and police chief on salary.
The discussion was heated at times, but in the end a majority of City Council wanted the city to honor its commitment to hire three additional firefighters and a police officer.
After nearly 10 years in business, Allison’s Finer Diner will be closing its doors. They will remain open until April 1, Easter Sunday, when they will close after lunch.
An otherwise routine Mount Vernon City School District Board of Education meeting turned emotional Monday evening when the topic of school safety and security was introduced for public comment.
Crowned national champions 34 times in the past 38 seasons, the Kenyon College Lords swimming and diving team will head to Indianapolis, Indiana in search of a record 35th team title when the 2018 NCAA Division III Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship gets underway at Indiana University Natatorium.
After the last football season was over, Danville’s Skyler Durbin was named to the Division VII All-Ohio First Team for his achievements. On Monday, he added a rare double to his All-Ohio status by earning Second Team All-Ohio in Division IV boys’ basketball.
Last month, the Country Club Rehabilitation Campus co-hosted a Sweetheart Dance with MVNU’s Students Making an Impact in the Lives of the Elderly (SMILE) group to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Partnering with Siemens Engineers, Twin Oak students celebrated Engineering Week on Feb. 20 by taking on the STEM challenge to build a bridge that would be weight-bearing and cost effective.