The North Fork Board of Education on Monday voted to enter into an active planning process to prepare for conditional approval to participate in the Classroom Facilities Assistance Program.
The Mount Vernon Board of Education on Monday issued special commendations to outstanding students Noah Shremshock, who is in the top 1 percent of students nationwide and a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship program.
State Rep. Rick Carfagna is thrilled that the computer science bill he introduced last March, along with Rep. Mike Duffey, has unanimously passed the both the House and Senate and is awaiting the signature of Gov. John Kasich.
As church bells tolled in the distance, citizens from throughout the community, military veterans, JROTC cadets, family members and those in the military observed a moment of silence at Mound View Cemetery during Saturday’s Wreaths Across America Remembrance Ceremony.
Fredericktown Alumni unite. The call is on to participate in the “Bring Gus Home” campaign to benefit the Fredericktown Alumni Scholarship Fund.
The Knox County Educational Service Center on Wednesday again discussed the situation with the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow private charter school. Although it has been ordered to reimburse the state at least $60 million, it has not yet done so and continues to lodge appeals in court.
On Nov. 30, Knox County Career Center was recognized with a bronze award for its implementation Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports during a ceremony at the Mid-Ohio Conference Center.
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.