ifty years ago, a young Danville woman decided to try to send a special Christmas present to her fiancé in Vietnam.
A preliminary hearing in Mount Vernon Municipal Court for Sabian D. Chatman, 35, of Columbus, was waived Tuesday afternoon after Chatman had secured representation by the Knox County Public Defender’s Office, according to the Municipal Court Clerk’s Office.
The city Parks Department can use controlled hunts to try to help thin the goose population at Ariel-Foundation Park thanks to City Council passing an ordinance Tuesday allowing the hunts.
Jacqueline Kay Johnson, 74, of Mount Vernon, passed away Sunday, Dec. 25, 2016, at Riverside Hospital in Columbus.
She was born Sept. 24, 1942, in Flint, Mich., to the late Neil and Olive Edith (Holdorff) Downing Sr.
Robert “Bob” Milligan, 69, of Mount Vernon died Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 27, 2016, at home surrounded by his loving family following a courageous battle with the effects of Agent Orange.
Mount Vernon City Council spent time discussing the renovation of the plaza building to meet security directives issued by the Ohio Supreme Court during Tuesday’s meeting.
This holiday season, dancers, band members, coaches and parents will be traveling from all across the country to Tampa, Fla., for the opportunity to dance at this year’s annual Outback Bowl halftime show.
The Department of Public Safety has been working for the last several years to program the newest version of the Automated Title Processing System. It is scheduled to “go live” over the New Year’s weekend.
Two people were taken to Columbus hospitals following a one-car crash at 10:49 p.m., Sunday night, just outside of Mount Vernon city limits.
According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Ashley Beardsley, 27, Mount Vernon, was flown by MedFlight helicopter to Ohio State University Hospital.
As it enters 2017, the Alcohol and Drug Freedom Center is poised to expand its efforts at fighting drug addiction. The expansion, part of a strategic plan adopted in October, is designed to meet community needs for responding to a growing and changing problem, said Executive Director Jeff Williams.