Attorney General Dave Yost announced Friday a multi-state settlement that will provide $6.8 million in debt relief to about 870 former ITT Tech students in Ohio. Nationally, the 43-state settlement will result in debt relief of $168 million for more than 18,000 former students.
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MOUNT VERNON — Council members heard for the first time on Monday the recommendations of the Storm Water Advisory Committee (SWAC), the group …
ASHLAND – Ashland University has created an “Eagle Opportunity” program that will provide a tuition free education to those incoming qualified students who major in teacher education for the fall semester of 2019.
A $6.8 million bridge project on Mount Vernon Avenue will have a significant impact on the city’s transportation infrastructure which will merit advantages to motorists, cyclists, walkers and runners.
A woman's request three years ago got ODOT's attention, and pedestrians will be all the better for it.
Mount Vernon City Council approved the second round of infrastructure projects on Monday. Projects include a new water line from Yellow Jacket Drive to Cougar Road.
Under a draft agreement from the county prosecutor's office, the village of Centerburg would own 49 percent of Memorial Park. Hilliar Township would own 51 percent.
The Knox County Veterans Service once again return money to the county's general fund, this time to the tune of $35,000.