COLUMBUS – The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be highly visible and cracking down on impaired drivers during the Fourth of July holiday reporting period, which begins at 12 a.m. on Monday, July 3, and ends at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, July 4.… Read full story
The office of the Mount Vernon Grapevine will be closed on Monday, July 3rd, and Tuesday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. We will return on Wednesday, July 5th. We hope that you will have a very safe and happy 4th of July weekend.… Read full story
MOUNT VERNON – Twenty-Nine individuals were found guilty after arraignments and hearings that were held in the Mount Vernon Municipal Court.
June 26, 2023
Jason Moore, 45, of Danville, was found guilty of two counts of public indecency.
Joashua Pruitt, 41, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of receiving stolen property.… Read full story
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife recently concluded an investigation into reports that Lake Fish Company of Sandusky illegally took walleyes that were supposed to be donated to a Sandusky charity in 2021.… Read full story
A relative of jellyfish and corals regrows its entire body with help from “aging” cells.
Insights into healing and aging were discovered by National Institutes of Health researchers and their collaborators, who studied how a tiny sea creature regenerates an entire new body from only its mouth.… Read full story
Due to improved air quality conditions in many areas of the state, Ohio EPA has cancelled the statewide Air Quality Advisory. Smoke from Canadian wildfires is now having less of an impact in the state. The most recent statewide advisory expired at end of day, Thursday, June 29. … Read full story
Want to take a free online parenting class this summer?
and sign up for Triple P Online or Teen Triple P Online!
(We offer free coaching calls too if you would like some in-person or virtual support:).
The convenience to learn on your own schedule, with the benefit of local support.… Read full story
Many scams start with an intimidating phone call. A “debt collector” needs you to pay immediately. Or a “police officer” claims to have a warrant for your arrest. The latest variation involves a phony process server and a non-existent court case against you.