Monthly Archives:: September 2010
MOUNT VERNON — The fountain at Mount Vernon's Public Square will soon be getting a new lease on life.
MOUNT VERNON — When Kevin Mishey, owner of Mid Ohio Suzuki-Honda-Yamaha-Kawasaki, learned his security alarm was activated early on Labor Day, he knew it could not be good.
UTICA — "Utica's Birthday, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow — The Legacy Lives On," was the theme of the 78th annual Utica Homecoming when the four-day festival opened Wednesday evening.
MOUNT VERNON — Just a few short years ago, cellular telephones and text messaging shook the communications world. Now, social network media on the Internet, such as Facebook and MySpace, provide the opportunity for people to stay connected with family and friends.
MOUNT VERNON — Dennis Bullock, Butler, pleaded no contest to aggravated menacing charged in Mount Vernon Municipal Court following an incident Aug. 1 when he fired a shotgun hitting a vehicle that turned around in his driveway.
MOUNT VERNON — Barb Annett's cat, Buddy, who was shot with an arrow last Saturday, is doing well.
CENTERBURG — The season's mid-point will see a pair of teams that are looking to quickly regroup after being stung in different ways.
MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon football team put all the pieces together last Friday in a 39-9 victory over Delaware Hayes.
MOUNT VERNON — With the city's purchase of the former Hiawatha School complete and City Council's approval to bid for demolition, the former education institution will be demolished before year's end.
MOUNT VERNON — When Barb Annett, who lives at 14500 Old Mansfield Road, returned home Saturday night she found an upsetting sight — her cat had been shot with an arrow.
FREDERICKTOWN — It was a battle between two top teams in the Mid-Buckeye Conference. And it showed.
MOUNT VERNON — Being outshot by a large margin, the Mount Vernon girls soccer team may have felt a sense of relief getting a 1-1 tie with Watkins Memorial.
FREDERICKTOWN — The Fredericktown Freddies boys performed as expected, while the Freddies girls lived up to their billing in Tuesday's 2010 Fredericktown Invitational at the Kokosing North Fork Dam.
An interactive timeline has been posted that chronicles shootings and other acts of violence on U.S. college campuses.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon City Council addressed two separate infrastructure issues Monday night concerning the Coshocton Avenue project and the crossover route from Ohio 229 to U.S. 36.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon Police Chief Mike Merrilees presented an overview of the Mount Vernon Police Department during City Council committee meetings Monday night.
MOUNT VERNON — Township trustees from Hilliar Township met with the Knox County Commissioners on Monday afternoon to discuss Otter Fork Road, a part of Otter Fork subdivision near Centerburg.
FREDERICKTOWN — Joe Cherryholmes describes himself as an average fisherman. On the first day of autumn, however, he was anything but average.