MT. VERNON — — While the wintery weather kept many people inside on the day after Christmas, some ventured forth working to clean sidewalks and driveways, while children out of school took the opportunity to make snow angels, snow men and enjoy snowball fights. More pictures of area residents digging out of the storm are available in our your pics gallery online at www.register-news.com.
MVTHS School Report Card data won't change
Mt. Vernon Township High School's 2012-2013 state test results will remain the same as what's listed in the district's recently released School Report Card.Continued ...
Aggregate plan helping residents save
MT. VERNON -- Residents who are in the city's electric aggregate are seeing a 14 percent savings over last year, according to Jeff Haarmann of Affordable Gas and Electric. "We initially anticipated a 26 percent savings for those in the aggregate," HaContinued ...
Christmas Parade to light up town
MT. VERNON -- Downtown will be lit with a "Star-Spangled Christmas" for the Christmas parade on Saturday. According to parade organizer John Scrivner, the theme was chosen in honor of the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. He expects the floaContinued ...
Grinch to visit the Granada
MT. VERNON -- Residents will be able to enjoy a childhood favorite film during the Granada Theater showing of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." An annual tradition, the Dr. Seuss classic film will be shown at 4 p.m. at the theater, with doors openingContinued ...
Six sheriff candidates in primary
MT. VERNON -- A sixth sheriff candidate filed for candidacy prior to the deadline, setting up three candidates for each party in the March 18 primary. David G. Morris, a Republican, filed on Monday resulting in a battle among he, John Scott and JohnContinued ...
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