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MOUNT VERNON — A team of Mount Vernon Nazarene University faculty and staff are exploring how the university can strengthen its ability to ass…
The Food for the Hungry Board of Directors has announced a summer grant program for churches and non-profit organizations in an effort to provide additional food assistance when need may be greater for families with children home from school.
After enormous success with the annual fundraising event, Power of the Purse, Women United, an affinity group of United Way of Knox County, has announced the ability to invest $50,000 into programming in Knox County.
The Knox County Probate and Juvenile Court received a check for $88,369.10 from the Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, which it will use for technological upgrades. The funding was a part of the Ohio Supreme Court's Technology Grant, which provided $2.9 million to courts statewide this year for tech-related projects.
Sen. Rob Portman says Knox County is bridging the gaps between the various groups working to treat and prevent drug abuse.
Residents in the southeastern corner of Knox County will soon have access to a food pantry and other social services in the former Bladensburg Elementary School.
New requirements enacted by the Ohio Legislature mean a longer wait time for minors to marry.
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.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part II of a series that began last month in a story that can be found at this link.