Larry Di Giovanni
Offering a chronology of Knox County Information Technology Department tasks completed since he became county IT director in 2019, Kyle Webb provided a thorough report of those accomplishments to Knox County commissioners during their regular meeting Tuesday.
The Knox County Land Bank is unable to proceed on acquiring a multi-family dwelling because tenants in one unit who received eviction papers decided to move back in, land bank board members were informed Friday.
Ryan Fitzgerald, RN, a 23-year-old Emergency Department nurse at Ascension Macomb Hospital in Warren, Michigan, only graduated last December from nursing college at nearby Oakland University.
May 15 and May 21 are going to be big dates in Knox County and all of Ohio, Knox Public Health stated in a coronavirus-related update released Thursday afternoon.
Knox Public Health Commissioner Julie Miller said she has contacted Ohio Health Director Amy Acton and Gov. DeWine about her recommendation that businesses still waiting to reopen — such as sit-in dining for restaurants, hair salons and barbers, and fitness centers — be given a specific reopening date with safety requirements.
There is a definite surge happening in Knox County right now — not a surge in new coronavirus cases, not yet anyway — but in the number of families seeking food assistance.
Monday evening, Gambier Village Council became the 29th municipality in Ohio to pass an anti-discrimination ordinance that bars discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations and public services.
Steve Fender of Fender’s Fish Hatchery, located near Coshocton, released hundreds of fish, including some large trout, into Ariel-Foundation Park’s center lake Friday.
Knox County’s response rate for households completing the 2020 US Census is better than the national average, but a bit less than the Ohio average to date, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.