MT. VERNON — — The Mt. Vernon Jaycees House of Horror threw open its doors Friday to begin the scare season. The House of Horror is being held at the old train depot at Broadway and First Street and opens at 7:30 p.m. tonight, Oct. 19-20, Oct. 26-27 and Halloween. The haunted house will stay open until everyone has gone through. Tickets are $7 at the door.
Central Christian Church volunteers serve the community
Central Christian Church in Mt. Vernon organized a special community service day April 12, where church volunteers performed a number of service activities throughout the city. CASA of Jefferson County was one of the organizations to receive help through this program.Continued ...
Community Good Friday Service to be held at Good Samaritan
The Jefferson County Ministerial Association will hold a Community Good Friday Service at 12:15 p.m. Friday at the Good Samaritan Regional Health Center Chapel in Mt. Vernon.Continued ...
Officials confirm 1 case of norovirus
MT. VERNON -- Officials of the Jefferson County Health Department say they have received one confirmed lab result of norovirus as a result of its ongoing investigating into a possible food borne illness outbreak. The health department first started rContinued ...
Council considers rate hike
MT. VERNON -- The City Council is considering a water rate increase for the upcoming year. The council met Tuesday to discuss portions of the upcoming budget, which will cover the fiscal year beginning on May 1. Under the public utilities operating bContinued ...
Local school raises money for heart health
MT. VERNON -- For Summersville Grade School math teacher Keyma Mount, participating in this past weekend's South Central Illinois Heart Walk had a very special significance. Mount's daughter, Macy, was born Dec. 4, 2013, with a congenital heart defecContinued ...
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