Larry Di Giovanni
Three general contractors had their bids opened Thursday for the Central School renovation project, with a local firm — Modern Builders of Mount Vernon — putting in the lowest bid of $3,231,923. Once a bid is awarded, work will likely begin by early June.
Knox County Commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday to “applaud and thank” Gov. Mike DeWine and the state House of Representatives for millions of dollars in additional support for the Indigent Defense Reimbursement system, which is used to pay public defender costs.
Every other Wednesday night, a number of guitarists of varying levels and abilities come out to Amato’s Woodfired Pizza for up to three hours of Open Mic Night music.
The Knox County Fair Board may soon receive state Division of Liquor Control approval for a “beer garden” during the Knox County Fair, which will be held July 21-27 this year at the Knox County Fairgrounds.
Gambier community members and Kenyon College faculty and students gathered inside a packed Harcourt Parish House on Friday to celebrate the legacy of the late Joyce Klein, founder of the Friday Cafe.
The Knox County Land Bank (Land Reutilization Corp.) has been a tax-exempt quasi-governmental entity since it formed in early 2018, but now its official designation has changed as a result of action taken during a busy Land Bank board meeting held Friday afternoon.
Knox County 9-1-1 officials informed Knox County Commissioners Thursday of a new, free browser-based mapping tool called RapidLite, which allows 9-1-1 dispatchers to find the precise location of a person.
As happens periodically every few years, AT&T once again asked the village to reduce the cost of leasing its water tower for cell phone tower use, Gambier Village Council members and their solicitor said Monday.