The Fredericktown Community Fire District is out again this week testing hydrants around the village of Fredericktown.
AREAS OF TESTING 09/16 – 09/20
West Mound Street
Hydrants around Fredericktown PD property
South Main Street
South Main at Sandusky
The Bridge of Dreams on the Mohican Valley Trail was the backdrop of a very special evening for the Knox County Park District. Staff prepared a “Covered Bridge” Appreciation Dinner for our numerous volunteers, supporters, and partners who help in maintaining our parks and trails and help with our public programming.… Read full story
Social media advertising is an effective way for small businesses to get the word out about their products. Unfortunately, the same goes for scams. BBB Scam Tracker (BBB.org/ScamTracker) is getting reports of Facebook and Instagram ads that take advantage of shoppers’ goodwill by claiming to give proceeds to charity.… Read full story
Fredericktown Weekly Police Report – Sep 15, 2019
(Information courtesy of The Fredericktown Police Department)
Shots fired complaint on Salem Avenue.
Parking complaint on North Chestnut Street.
Disturbance on South Main Street.
Juvenile related complaint on North Main Street.
Nuisance violation letter served on North Chestnut Street.… Read full story
Milkweed seed pods are now maturing to the point where they can be harvested! This weekend will be a good time to scout fields and pick pods that are ready for harvest. Pods will appear slightly gray and will have dried out when ready to pick.
We are excited to announce that Kokosing Nature Preserve will be the first of six stops on the 2019 Heart of Ohio Tour highlighting the northeast section of Knox County. Come visit us on October 5 and 6 from 1- 5 p.m.… Read full story
(COLUMBUS, Ohio) — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Columbus Division of Police Interim Chief Thomas Quinlan and Central Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force Director Sgt. Mark Rapp today announced the culmination of a human trafficking operation.
A partnership of over 30 law enforcement agencies and social service organizations yielded 104 total arrests, including 53 felony charges, in an operation named “Fourth and Goal.”
“You don’t know when a man buys sex whether it’s genuine consent or, rather, the victim is being forced with a baseball bat, a knife or the next hit of heroin,” Yost said.