A youthful group of Mount Vernon swimmers got a taste of district competition Friday and, for the most part, held its own.
Entrepreneur Nicole Van Der Tuin, a 2007 graduate of Kenyon College, will share her experience as a financial technology pioneer in this year’s Kenyon Unique lecture Saturday, Feb. 23, at 8 p.m.
United Way of Knox County is proud to invite all community members who have contributed to the organization over the past year to participate in its upcoming annual meeting.
A Centerburg woman and her mother who ran animal rescue operations in both Licking and Knox Counties were sentenced by Judge David N. Stansbury in Licking County Municipal Court Friday on animal cruelty charges.
An acclaimed, newly restored independent film from the 1960s with local connections to Kenyon College and southeastern Ohio, “Spring Night, Summer Night,” will be shown during a free screening Thursday at 7 p.m. in Kenyon’s Gund Community Foundation Theater.
Two Knox County residents were sentenced to Intervention in Lieu of Conviction (ILC) after pleading guilty in two separate drug-related cases in Mount Vernon Common Pleas Court on Thursday.