MT. VERNON — — Polling places around Jefferson County saw plenty of action with voters lining up early and often. Doris Wallace, a volunteer at the Mt. Vernon 1 polling place at the Jefferson County Highway Department, said voting was “brisk.” At the polling place at Epworth United Methodist Church, volunteer Gaila Morris said more than 400 people had voted by 12:20 p.m.
Toys for Kids
Icy conditions weren't able to slow down the Toys for Kids gift giveaway on Saturday at the Times Square Mall.Continued ...
Accident on Broadway
Mt. Vernon Police Department responded to several vehicle accidents during the weekend as a result of the winter storm that passed through the area Friday.Continued ...
Snow blankets entire region
MT. VERNON — As predicted, a major winter storm has produced a blanket of snow in Jefferson County, causing headaches for motorists, and postponing or canceling many local events.Continued ...
Officials urge residents to stay off roads
The Mt. Vernon Emergency Management Agency is urging residents to refrain from travel if possible due to weather conditions.Continued ...
- CASA advocate for abused children
- Winter storm watch issued
- Holiday Lunch served
- Christmas lights
- Christmas decorating
- Community Thanksgiving draws a crowd
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MVTHS Finance Committee reviews tax levy
The Mt. Vernon Township High School Finance Committee Monday reviewed information related to a proposed 7.91 percent tax levy increase the district is seeking.Continued ...
- Area road conditions improve
- Bid opening set for Thursday
- Accident on Broadway
- MVTHS Finance Committee reviews tax levy
Carl J. Dyel, 93, of Mt. Vernon, died 2:20 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013, at his home in Mt. Vernon. He was born Friday, Oct. 15, 1920, in St. Louis, the son of Otto and Inez (Severns) Dyel. He married Louisa A. Richardson on May 18, 1941, in Perryville,Continued ...
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- Carl Dyel
A 67-year-old caroling tradition
Ruthanna Weber, 98, has been organizing a Kenwood, Md., caroling tradition since World War II when she was in the Navy.Continued ...
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