Duke Otherwise is returning to Mount Vernon for the holidays Dec. 14.
A Mount Vernon institution will change over to new management Dec. 10, when John DeCosky officially enters retirement. The new owners will not be released until Dec. 10, according to son and sales manager, Michael DeCosky.
The Knox Soil & Water Conservation District is receiving a state match this year of 61 cents for every dollar of Knox County appropriations, which is about “as low as we’ve been [in state contribution] in a long time,” Knox County commissioners heard Tuesday.
Members of Gambier Village Council went into executive session following their regular monthly meeting Monday night, in order to discuss the applications received for the open village administrator position.
The Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets bowling team’s varsity ranks ran in to a tough opponent in a home match against Lexington Monday, while the JV boys picked up an 18-pin win.
Danville resident Shirley Teeter of East Main Street brought before council pictures and a request that the village reimburse her for water damage done to her home while she was in Florida.
Etta Jean Wolford, 91, of Mount Vernon passed away Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, at the Mount Vernon Health and Rehabilitation Center, surrounded by her loving family.
Arnold E. Hamilton, 84, of Mount Vernon, passed away Dec. 1, 2018, at his residence. He was born Dec. 22, 1933, in Woburn, Massachusetts, to Raymond and Louise (Childs) Hamilton.
Fueling both a competitive drive among some of the county’s young students, and a strong desire to give back to those less fortunate, the 20th annual Food for the Hungry school food drive has officially wrapped up this season after a week of collection.
The story of Westerville’s historic Bishop Hanby family and the Hanby House Museum will be presented at the Dec. 5 meeting of the Knox County Historical Society.