Windy conditions expected this afternoon ahead of a strong cold front. Southwest winds will increase through the day, gusting as high as 45 mph this afternoon.
Rain showers are likely as the cold front moves east across the area tonight, with winds becoming northwest behind the front, slowly decreasing through the overnight into Sunday morning.… Read full story
Volunteers were caught enhancing the KGT again. Tim, Dick, Don, and Randy spent the day pulling over 100 posts along the trail. The trail will look more like a park and less like a parking lot at two crossing and the mowing team will certainly appreciate the removal of the obstacles.
Have you heard? Ariel-Foundation Park will be creating a wildflower meadow near the West Lake toward the back side of the park. As part of the plan, we will plant the 50 native trees of Ohio with walking paths for educational outings in the future!… Read full story
Join us at Velvet’s Ye Olde Mill on Monday, April 2nd at 11 am for the opening of the Mill for the season! The FIRST guest to arrive at Ye Olde Mill on Monday, April 2 will receive complimentary lunch for two and Velvet’s incredible signature ice cream sundae, The Licking Legend.… Read full story
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) hosted a news conference call with college newspapers and radio stations to discuss his efforts to restore net neutrality rules, which the Federal Communications Commission voted to gut in December 2017.… Read full story
The City of Mount Vernon is planning a boil advisory on April 3, 2018, for a valve installation on North Main Street. Please see attached map for boil advisory location. This notice is being sent out to inform the customers, allowing them time to prepare for the boil advisory on April 3, 2018.
Warrants were issued this week by the Mount Vernon Municipal Court for the arrest of the following individuals. If you have any pertinent information about someone on the list, please contact law enforcement. Thank you. #WeeklyWarrants