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FREDERICKTOWN -- Fredericktown Village Council moved in an emergency resolution Thursday to continue tax exemptions for a local equipment supplier.
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CENTERBURG -- Unmasked, unvaccinated students who are exposed to the COVID-19 virus will be required to quarantine.
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Sam Filkins, vice president of the Knox County Land Bank, said Luke Nelson's planned rehab of 604 E. Ohio Ave. is "the best outcome for the neighborhood because the property will reflect the historic charm it once had when it is done.”
For months, one of Knox County's most visible commercial properties – the one-acre plot at 989 Coshocton Ave., in front of Harbor Freight and Fiesta Mexicana – has been under renovation. According to city records obtained by Knox Pages, this property will soon become home to the world's largest coffee chain.