The Mount Vernon City School District is doing fine financially, though shortfalls may appear after the next two years.
The Loudonville High School Robotics Team 598A made their way down to Louisville, Kentucky back in April to compete in the VEX Robotics World Championship, or as some of them like to say, the Olympics of robots.
Knox County Commissioners approved an amended agreement Tuesday that will deliver more funding to The Winter Sanctuary, Inc., the area’s homeless shelter on West Vine Street in Mount Vernon that is open in the winter months through April.
The crosswalk signal on the southeast corner of Main Street and Ohio Avenue was severely damaged on Monday afternoon when a semi truck went onto the curb and struck the signal while turning onto East Ohio Avenue.
Seven local students are preparing for the final round of Power of the Pen, a statewide creative writing competition for seventh and eighth grade students. The finals will take place this Thursday and Friday at the College of Wooster. The students say they are ready.
Shredded paper from Zelkowitz, Barry and Cullers managed to escape their trash receptacle, piling up in storm drains, along sidewalks and in flower beds throughout the downtown.
The Village of Fredericktown sent out an application for close to $1 million in grant funds for downtown revitalization, sending with it multiple letters in support.